Let It Be Me

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Berkley Publishing Group, 2013 - Fiction - 311 pages
31 Reviews
London weather is chilly—and the social scene even more so.
Luckily, Bridget Forrester is just getting warmed up…


Bridget longs to meet a gentleman who doesn't mention her beautiful sister upon shaking her hand. But since being branded a shrew after a disastrous social season, Bridget knows she's lucky to even have a man come near her. It's enough to make a lady flee the country…

So Bridget heads to Venice for music lessons with the renowned Italian composer Vincenzo Carpenini, with whom she's been corresponding. But not only is Carpenini not expecting her, he doesn't even remember her! His friend, theater owner Oliver Merrick, does, though. And one look into her tantalizing green eyes has him cursing his impulsive letter-writing, which brought her across the continent. Yet before Merrick can apologize, Carpenini has ordered her away.

Little does either man know that they will soon be embroiled in a wager that will require the beautiful Miss Forrester's help—or that there'll be far more at stake in this gamble than money…

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Review: Let It Be Me (The Blue Raven #5)

User Review  - Alexa - Goodreads

An unusual romance, in that the love story is almost secondary to the other events going on. A sweet story, with a remarkably likeable pair of protagonists. I like the way she lets the reader and the characters gradually get to know each other. Read full review

Review: Let It Be Me (The Blue Raven #5)

User Review  - Mrs Giggles - Goodreads

Kate Noble has some good things going for her. If she's in the right mood and the planets are aligned properly, she can create a fantastic heroine. Unfortunately, her stories in the past were such ... Read full review

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Kate Noble loves books, romances especially. But coming from a family of doctors, scientists, and mathematicians, she didn't discover she was adept at writing until, oh, about junior year of high school. This discovery came as something of a relief, as she was hopeless at memorizing Latin names for all the bones in the human body. The Heisenberg uncertainty principle eludes her to this day. Kate lives in Los Angeles.

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