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Publisher's Summary

Twenty-three-year-old Ren Haynes returns home after graduating college with two goals - start his engineering career and claim the heart of his parents' 31-year-old divorced neighbor, Stacey Williams.

Stacey is nursing her broken heart and shattered ego. Not only did her ex-husband have an affair, he got the woman pregnant. Picking up the pieces of her life isn't easy, so when Ren taps into her need to feel desired again, she finds herself in a position she never imagined. 

Can Ren help to rebuild her confidence and convince her that age is just a number?

©2017 Jessica Jayne (P)2018 Jessica Jayne

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A Light and Sexy Listen

Overall 3.5 stars Performance 4 stars Story 3 stars This was a sweet and sexy younger man/older woman romance. This is my first book by the author and though I did enjoy it, I do wish there would have been more back story and build up for Ren and Stacey. Even just a few glimpses into their earlier friendship/relationship within the last year or two would have been helpful to set the stage for what was to come. Instead, the story starts off with a bang (pun intended), and I felt like I was playing catch up with the emotions for the majority of the story. I did appreciate that the author was realistic with her portrayal of this trope (the fears, concerns, challenges, and stigma) and found the chapter where Ren's mother confronted Ren and Stacey extremely moving and powerful. I also loved Ren's father and how supportive he was of his son. There wasn't too much external drama and though I liked that the story stayed focused on Ren and Stacey, it also meant that there wasn't much movement to the story/plot. I enjoyed both narrators, but Joe Arden really stole the show. He captured Ren's youthful vulnerability and sexy swagger so perfectly that I really looked forward to his chapters the most. Overall, this was a light and sexy listen.

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Sexy AF!!

I really liked this listen! The narrators were awesome of course. The story was great slightly older woman young hot neighbor. She is his everything so hot so sexy:)

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Nice One!!

It had been a while since I last listened to an audiobook. I already planned on starting listening to them again with my maternity leave coming up. And I was thinking it would be perfect to listen to more audiobooks when our baby girl is born. So when I saw a sign up to become a part of the Caffeinated PR Audiobook service it felt like destiny. Soon after signing up the sign up for ‘Let Me Love You’ came along and I was super excited when I received the email which allowed me to start listening right away. In ‘Let Me Love You’ we meet Stacy Williams, a recently divorced thirty one year old. Stacy’s divorce has done a number on her. Her husband had an affair with a younger woman and has gotten her pregnant. Stacy wanted to start a family for years but her husband always said it wasn’t the right time. Now heartbroken she is slowly getting back on her feet. When her neighbors handsome twenty three year old son Ren Haynes moves back after finishing college she is surprised to find he is interested in more than just friendship with her. Ren has been in love with Stacy for years, and now she is divorced he is determined to make her see he is the one for her. After I started ‘Let Me Love You’ I had my reservations about this story. I don’t really like stories that got a lot of sex in it right from the beginning. I don’t mind sex in a book at all, but there has to be romance for me to enjoy reading or listening to it. And in the beginning of this book I missed the romance. Sure I got that Ren was in love with Stacy. But Stacy’s attraction to Ren kind of felt like coming out of the blue. I also thought the whole age difference of eight years was not so much, but maybe that’s just me. Thankfully I kept going and started enjoying this book more and more. The connection between Stacy and Ren started to develop and I enjoyed listening to Ren’s pursued of Stacy. It was especially fun to read how Ren was determined to show Stacy how serious he was about them. And the way he faced his aggravating mother was pretty good. This audiobook isn’t very long, which is a shame because I loved the two narrators Joe Arden and Samantha Cook. They definitely did a great job in narrating this book. I enjoyed listening to Samantha’s voice, but above all I loved listening to Joe Arden. His voice is just so nice to listen too and it made me want to keep on listening till the very end. Overall this was a nice audiobook and the perfect one to get me back in the audiobook scene. It wasn’t perfect, but definitely made for a fun listen.

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I ❤❤❤❤❤ This Story

Jessica Jayne is a new to me author and I love the twist on this love story. Hot 🔥🔥 and sweet at the same time. As always Joe Arden is perfect as Ren and Samantha Cook is excellent as Stacey.

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Age ain't nothing but a number

This book was amazing. It follows Ren who is in love with Stacey who is 8 years his senior and his next door neighbor. Done with college and after finding Stacey now single after her divorce, Ren finally has his chance to be with Stacey. He knows it won't be easy to get her to see how perfect they are together, but love is never easy. Stacey never realized that Ren had feelings for her. There are so many obstacles that they must face in order to be happy. Stacey just has to decide if loving Ren is worth it all. It's an amazing story showing how one man will not let anyone come between him and the woman he loves, that includes his parents. The narrators gave the characters such life and had me hanging on to every word. I was not disappointed.

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Insecure heroine

This heroine was so whiny and insecure. She continuously telling him to find someone else his age, yet she still wanted him. Her character was so frustrating that it was hard to like her or enjoy the story. No wonder her ex had affair! Although I don’t like or believe that cheating is okay but she probably push him to sleep with the other woman.

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Not worth your time!

I was not overly impressed with this book, the female lead was incredibly whiney, and it ends very abruptly. My opinion is don't waste a credit!

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Very good

This is the first book that I have listen to by this author and I was more than happy with it. It’s not a typical May/ December romance and I really enjoyed the fact that the woman was the older participant. And there is nothing better than Joe Arden playing a 20 something man who knows what he wants in a woman and isn’t afraid to go after it.

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I did love this book, but I’ve gotta say that I wish there had been more of a buildup or history showing WHY he loved her. I just didn’t buy in early in the book. Later I let that feeling go, but it was just hard to believe that much love was there without any buildup to it.