Audiobook Review: P.S. It’s Always Been You: Part 3. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

P.S. It’s Always Been You: Part 3 by Lauren Blakely

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hunter Armstrong sauntered back into my life unexpectedly, all lopsided grin, mischievous eyes and rugged determination. Not to mention a huge heart. He’s nearly impossible to resist, but that’s what I have to do as we follow the clues in a trail of love letters from a century ago. But with every new twist in the story, this treasure hunter seems to set his sights more firmly on reclaiming my heart. I desperately want to believe him, but the trouble is I don’t know if I’m simply getting swept up in the past, or if we can truly try again for a brand new present.

P.S. It’s Always Been You

His mulligan!





The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💛🖤💜💙❤️
Chemistry: 🧪🧪🧪🧪🧪
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 😏🙃🙂🤓🥰

The heroine(s): Presley – determined not to give hunter a second chance. Presley is working with Hunter on a project/treasure hunt and she is doing her best not to fall for him again. He walked away from her once, choosing a job over her and she is afraid he hasn’t changed.

The Hero(s): Hunter – a famous adventurer, he once left Presley and did his best to forget about her. Ten years later he can’t stop thinking about her and now that he is working with her, he is determined to start things up again.

The Story: Presley and Hunter are on a treasure hunt and they are getting closer with every love letter they find. The letters are romantic and bring up feelings they thought were long buried. They live and work thousands of miles apart and don’t think they can make things work, but want to try.

The narration keeps getting better, Scott Eastwood was a bit stilted in book one, getting betting in book two and in this one was even better. Of course I could be getting more used to him as I go, but I think he has improved quite a bit. Andi Arndt was brilliant as usual, she has a great voice and perfect cadence.

I really enjoyed where this story went and how the characters grew and overcame their obstacles. And the treasure turned out to be even better than they had hoped.

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