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The Truth About Lennon

Narrated by: Kai Kennicott, Wen Ross
Length: 6 hrs and 59 mins
Categories: Romance, Romantic Comedy
4.5 out of 5 stars (51 ratings)

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Lennon Barrick-St. James is making headlines as New York City's hottest new socialite. Only she isn't new at all. One well-intentioned night gone horribly wrong has landed the daughter of vice presidential candidate Christopher St. James on the front page of every newspaper and magazine in the country.

Forced by her father to stay out of the limelight, Lennon flees to the quiet town of Heaven, Texas, where she vows to lie low and avoid men. Well, except for the sexy biker she just ran off the road - she definitely won't be avoiding him.

Noah Cunningham already has one girl in his life, and he sure as hell doesn't need another. Especially the beautiful and sinfully sweet angel that just descended upon the quiet little town he calls home.

The only problem is that the more time he spends with Lennon, the more he wants to be with her. And that's just not going to work for Noah. He's already been burned once, and he's not so sure he's ready to go down that road again.

Noah has spent the last five years putting his life back together after secrets and lies ripped it apart. So what will happen when he learns the truth about Lennon?

©2017 K.L. Grayson, INC (P)2017 K.L. Grayson, INC

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Sexy Single Dad Romance!

If you could sum up The Truth About Lennon in three words, what would they be?

Sexy, Father, Omissions

What did you like best about this story?

I liked that above everything Noah was a father first. For better or for worse, he put Nova's needs before everyone else's and was willing to sacrifice anything to keep her safe and happy.

What does Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Kai and Wen give such emotional performances! They really bring Noah and Lennon to life and make the scenes more moving and poignant. Their voices compliment each other wonderfully and they have amazing chemistry.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When Lennon's lies by omission came to light and Noah confronted her. I could feel both their hearts breaking.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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A SWEET DRAMA-LITE BEACH READ

Two things drew me to this book - the cover and the word biker (yes I'm that shallow).. ok ok maybe three things because the story sounded good too (there is that better?). But what I wasn't quite prepared for was such a sweet listen and anyone who doesn't like insta everything should move on out and look elsewhere because this sweet as candy listen would surely put a diabetic in a coma.

Socialite Lennon (aka Leni) has escaped some pretty awful press leaving shocking headlines with damning pictures behind so she's come to Heaven to lie low, lick her wounds and start over.. but, before she's even made it to her new house, she knocks a gorgeous man off his bike. He turns out to be Garage owner Noah a doting loving father to an adorable five year old daughter and very quickly they become a happy unit of three. During the two weeks they've been together Noah has opened up and told Leni everything about his past and she has given him truths too.. but not all of them (and you know where that's going to lead don't you). So, when the past comes a knocking on Leni's door, the poop hits the fan big time and, by the time the cat's long out the bag, things had quickly gone from good to bad and this Romeo and Juliet part ways under a cloud of hurt, anger, remorse, regrets, bitter words, sorrow-filled pleas and heartache all round.

Cut the sex scenes and this could be made into a Disney film.. complete with Noah's two Princesses because, once I had the image of tweeting rainbow coloured birds flying above the heads of the h/h, there was simply no going back. Yes, it had sex and Noah liked to be alpha in the bedroom, it also had a few sweet secondary characters too and a wicked stepmother.. no no sorry scratch that wrong book.. a wicked ex and a wicked Mother who broke the spell of a HEA for this couple whose dreams disappeared, like Cinderella's coach, in a puff of smoke.. ozone friendly of course! But love conquers all they say and it isn't too long before the Prince kisses the sleeping... sorry sorry wrong book again!! eh-hum before these two lovers are basking in their sugar sweet Epilogue. Dual POV and a team of dual narrators who stick to their own gender's voices making scenes flow naturally so the book smoothly runs from one chapter to another without any inconsistencies, flaws or wrongly paired narrators - Kai and Wen you rock.

Worth a credit? Well it depends on what you're looking for.. if it's an easygoing light fairy (sorry forgot the l - sweet but nope no fairies here) fairly.. yes fairly drama free listen then you've just found your next listen - but if you're looking for more then carry on looking. I enjoyed it, it made a long commute bearable so, for me, I've no complaints.

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My Two Pennies

Kai and Wen have done it again with another incredible narration. The emotions felt through the story are on point and they have you hanging on each and every word. I enjoyed this book. Lennon escapes the life she had and settles into Heaven, as much as you try to run from your past it will always catch up to you. Noah has grown up and living the complete opposite lifestyle from Lennon he just doesn't know if yet. This story has ups downs, laughter and tears. I love seeing the connection that's formed between everyone it will definitely bring a smile to your face and then we're hit in the face with what happened in Lennon's past and if you're like me you'll be screaming at Noah to just stop and listen for a moment. We're given full closure on the events that take place when all is said and done. I fell for all the characters, there's no way you won't. Highly suggest you one click your copy. This is my unbiased and voluntary review.

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How can he believe her?

Where does The Truth About Lennon rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It ranks in the top 20. Decent story, the ending was a bit weak, but love is always a good story

What does Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

They bring the different characters to life. It's like looking at a picture and then a 3-d graphic, there is more detail and depth.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It had moments of humor, a lot of frustration and jaw-dropping "I can't believe she said that" moments.

Any additional comments?

I was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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Lots of love and good feelings

If you are looking for a read with a lot of feels and emotions, this book is for you. I found it a refreshing change of pace for me. Lennon and Noah have a chemistry that is hot and beautiful. This chance meeting leads Lennon, the daughter of a famous actress and the Vice President nominee's daughter to the love of her life. Noah, a single dad with a past he is still dealing with does his best to try and resist her, but they are meant to be. I love single father stories, and Noah is just so sweet with his daughter, Nova. This combination of characters, along with the supporting cast of Mikey and Charlotte complete the warm and fuzzy feelings that happen in Heaven, Texas. But in Washington DC and Hollywood, things are not so warm and fuzzy. When Lennon's past catches up with her, is Noah able to put it aside? You will have to give this book a listen. This couple will win your heart, but the real star is Nova. She is so cute and adorable, you root for her happily ever after.

Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross give a flawless narration. These two can narrate anything and draw you into that world when you are listening. It is like you are one of the characters right along with the story. Love this team!

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Great story, Terrific performance

Fun banter, great chemistry, and a sexy single dad. And that's just the beginning of The Truth About Lennon. Noah and Lennon are just so good together that you can't help but root for them. They're sweet and sexy and everything in between. We do, of course, have the required bit of angst, that bit of turmoil to test our couple. It's not hard to figure out where that turmoil is going to come from, but that lack of surprise didn't diminish my enjoyment of the story at all. The only thing I didn't care for in the story was that pivotal moment, that turning point when one of them realizes they've made a mistake, that they've acted rashly. It wasn't the moment itself, it was more the circumstances that brought about the realization. I'm trying not to give spoilers, so I'll just say that it felt a little shallow for that character. And that brings me to one of the things I loved most about this story. KL Grayson gives us some beautifully drawn characters in this book. Both Lennon and Noah are wonderfully developed, and the story is thoroughly engaging from start to finish. There's a kind of charm about the whole thing.
Then we come to the performance and make no mistake, it is a performance. Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross breathe life into these characters. Every emotion comes through in their voices, and before you know it, you're completely lost in Noah and Lennon's love story. There were a couple of points when the emotion is so strong that I was crying right along with the characters, and that's not something I do often. I love what this duo brings to each and every conversation, and their voices suit these characters perfectly. Everything, from the witty banter to the steamy fun to the emotional misunderstandings, it's all there in the performance. Kai Kennicott is great as Lennon. She brings out the frustration Lennon feels over her current situation as well as her nervousness about settling in Heaven, Texas. Then we have Wen Ross as Noah, and I'll just say that I'm pretty sure if you look up sexy male voice, you'll find a picture of Wen Ross. Holy moly, Noah is as sexy as sexy gets, and while Grayson's writing goes a long way into creating this hot single dad, Wen Ross' voice ramps it up a few notches more.
I really can't say enough about this story or the performance. It's all top-notch as far as I'm concerned, and I can't wait to check out more books by KL Grayson as well as more of Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross. All three have fallen on my radar in a big way with The Truth About Lennon.

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Can I give it 10 stars?

Omg! This was my first book by this author and it was so beautifully written. I was hooked from the beginning . I immediately fell in love with Lennon, Noah and Nova. Actually all the characters were amazing. Lennon hides a little secret from Noah about who she really is. Will it ruin their relationship or is their relationship strong enough to endure it and move on? Beautiful, steamy, amazing characters, wonderful story line. As always Kai & Wen did such a great job narrating and bringing not only the characters but, also the book to life. Looking forward to more books by this author.

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I enjoyed it

The Truth about Lennon was a sweet single dad love story with a little angst towards the end, that held my interest throughout. I liked the characters, both Noah and Lennon were so perfect together. They had great chemistry, I liked how easy their relationship felt, and I loved how they met. The secondary characters greatly added to the story and provided support and balance to the main characters when needed.
The story had an almost insta-love feel to it and I enjoyed it. I would recommend this novel to all lovers of contemporary romances.
The audible version was narrated by Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross. These two are without a doubt a fantastic duet narrating team. Their voices are clear and understandable and they infuse the right amount of emotion into the story. It was a pleasure listening to them narrate this novel.

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Perfect Duet!

The Truth About Lennon is a beautiful love story with a bit of angst. Secrets revealed splashdown on the narrative creating a mix of vibes. Character's are compelling and loveable, except for Lennon's mom. I adored Noah's daughter Nova and Noah's determination to put his daughter first and foremost above himself and others. The writing style is engaging.

Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross duet narration performance was perfect. I absolutely loved their performance together and the creative style of performing.

Overall a fun listen with a scrumptious narration.

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The rich girl and the single dad mechanic

Lennon is forced to leave NY and the paparazzi behind and sojourn to Heaven, TX. While enjoying the scenic drive, she runs into a motorcyclist. She wheedles her way into the exam room to make sure that the man, Noah, is ok by saying that she's his fiancee'...so begins the relationship between Lennon and single-dad Noah. In spite of Noah's original objections to anything more than friends, the pair eventually give in to the insane mutual attraction and begin a relationship. But, can you really have a relationship when one party isn't truthful? Lennon is holding back some very important information about herself and her background. Will this relationship last or was it doomed from the motorcycle crash? Wonderful story with lovable sub characters...especially Noah's 5yo daughter! Great HEA...so worth the read/listen!