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Up to Me

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: M. Leighton

Narrated By: Kate Rudd, Benjamin L. Darcie

Publisher: Brilliance Audio

Date: August 2013

Duration: 6 hours 33 minutes


For Olivia, romantic bliss has never felt as right as it does with Cash. Unpredictable, except when it comes to satisfying her desires, Cash has a well-earned ‘bad boy’ reputation, but he’s turning his life around with the one woman who accepts him for who he is. Until strangers from the past turn Olivia and Cash’s world upside down. What they want is something only Cash can give them. And if he doesn’t deliver, then they’re taking the one thing that Cash values the most. Olivia always knew that in falling for Cash she was likely to get burned. But this new threat is beyond anything she imagined. Now she has to trust Cash with her life — and for Olivia, that’s much easier than letting go and trusting him with her heart.


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  • Penny Ann Lupton

    I loved Down to You—it’s one of my favorite Contemporary Romances. I had high hopes for Up to Me, and I liked the book, but I didn’t love it. Personally, I like the romance part of a contemporary romance and this book lacked a bit in the romance. There was a lot of sex, and those scenes were hot and well written, but I missed the romance. There was also a lot of mob story, but it was kind of like a lot of movies I’ve seen and didn’t keep me enthralled the way I wanted. One of the things I loved so much about Down to You was the angst. There wasn’t any of that in the sequel. I was also a bit disappointed by ****SPOILER ALERT*** Cash’s reaction to finding out Nash was still alive. He spent years feeling guilty for his death. I’d have thought he would be happier. Instead they were spiteful to each other. I was also angry that Cash’s father allowed him to bear the guilt of his brother’s death knowing he was alive. I thought that was a crappy thing for a parent to do. ] I know it was added for shock value, another twist, but I was mad. Despite all that, I still enjoyed it. If you compare to most books it’s excellent. The problem is the author set a very high expectation after book 1 and I wanted more.

Up to Me

by M. Leighton

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