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Don't Let Go

By: Sheryl Wright
Narrated by: Melissa Moran
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Publisher's Summary

Unemployed university professor Tyler Marsh is pounding the pavement looking for a job. After a year of rejections based on her over-qualification, she's dumbed down her resume in a desperate attempt to get her foot in the door somewhere—anywhere! Then, Buffalo's leading marine engineering firm offers her a low-level placement as a personal assistant.

Chief Innovation Officer and wounded veteran Georgie DiNamico doesn't want an assistant or anyone else bothering her. She has her work, her dog, and her nightmares to keep her company. Heir-apparent to her family's engineering firm, a head injury suffered in Afghanistan has left her feeling too broken for anything else.

Georgie has no use for the helper that her family insists she hire. But when Tyler's resume lands on her desk, along with a company background check listing the advanced degrees she omitted, Georgie sees an opportunity to add a researcher to her R&D team.

Tyler quickly realizes that her new boss is not the damaged goods everyone sees. She recognizes something special in Georgie DiNamico, garnering trust, loyalty, and something more . . . something Tyler hasn't thought about for a very, very long time.

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Sheryl Wright (P)2022 Tantor
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Romance

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Good Book

Reading the summary I was not expecting the main character to have a hard time communicating. The author took a different approach and reminds one not to judge too quickly. Georgina is smart as heck and has a big heart.

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Excellent book

A captivating story, wonderful MC, a family that is rare. I would like to have a part two to this book, just because. Narration was excellent and very fitting to this book.

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Excellent.

I loved Don't Let Go. This has been one of my repeat/comfort reads for years. So happy to have the audio edition. Wonderful story. Great narration by Melissa Moran.

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Just ok

Could of been better. Way to much minutia, repetitive paragraphs in multiple chapters. The story of Georgie in the bar is discussed at least 4 different times in 4 different chapters. Nothing changed, just repeated. I tuned out a few times and didn't miss a thing. So many different family members you need an org chart prior to reading.
The plot was new and story itself was good, just to much inane chatter. I liked that the topic of mental health was talked about, although the word 'crazy' was over used. The MC was not crazy, damaged yes crazy no.
The narrator was just ok, this was not one of her better performances. Unlikely to listen to this duo again.

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Excellent !!!! This is a winner.

Where to even start. When I read the synopsis a week ago, maybe, I immediately decided to purchase, only to find to my dismay I had to wait with the pre order. So worth the wait. It is such a good listen. Fantastic story line and just when I thought I knew what was going to happen Ms. Wright decided to engage me even more because it didn't go the way I thought. Ha. What's not to love about this book, well I can't think of anything.
The MC's OMG , Georgie, can I just squeeze your loveable self and wonderful, wonderful Tyler....so perfect for each other. There are many characters in this story, we get to see their families and visit the past a bit and glimpse at what it would take to bring these two women together. Sherly Wright has written a beautiful and engaging story. Well done Ms. Wright, well done.
Melissa Moran, take a bow dear lady, your narration was splendid. Made my listening experience most enjoyable. 5 stars.

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  • 12-03-22

Intriguing f/f romance - loved it!

This story has a great plot with complex, sometimes larger than life, but all the same very believable characters. The plot has a lot of engaging dynamics and kept my interest at all times despite the fact that the number of characters and the structure of the story made it difficult to follow a few times. That said, I found it difficult to stop listening to this audiobook and often went late into the night.

Following some parts of the story was made extra difficult because one cannot check back through the text in audiobook format. For this reason it might be better to read rather than listen to this book. However, I think you would loose a lot because Melissa Moran does a great job narrating and really brings the story to life. She differentiates between the characters through different styles of speech, conveys the characters emotions and the mood of the story very well indeed.

Sheryl Wright handles the character development and the romantic attraction between the two main characters beautifully. Georgie, in particular, is a wonderful character. I could imagine working in her company and would love to spend my life around these people. I miss the characters now the audiobook has ended and would love Sheryl Wright to write more about them.

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  • 09-19-22

This Book has been Brought to Life

This is one of my go to books when feeling down. so when I heard a recorded version had been released I waa a bit nervous. I shouldn't have been as the narration was perfect.

the way the author had Shown George's difficulties but the way Tyler helped her was very heartwarming. also the family rivalry brought a realistic side to the story.

All I ask for now is the follow-up book is recorded by the same narrator.