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Let It Be (A Sometimes Never novella) by [McIntyre, Cheryl]
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I’m the happy one. The dependable one.

The shoulder. The anchor. The pillar. The rock. The matchmaker.

I’m the one you call when you’ve had a bad day. When you need to vent, or scream, or cry. I will always be there to comfort you. It’s a gift. A talent. A role I’ve happily played. I’ve helped my friends become who they were meant to be. I’ve watched them move away, find love, start their lives.

But what about me?

When does my life start? Where is my happily-ever-after?

My name is Guy Handlin, and this is my story.

*This novella is a New Adult M/M romance. Recommended for 17+ due to harsh language, sexual situations, and adult themes.

**Let It Be is a companion novella to the Sometimes Never series, however, it can be read as a stand-alone book.

***Please note this novella deals with dark subject matter.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1328 KB
  • Print Length: 134 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Cheryl McIntyre (18 August 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MV37930
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #223,640 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By crashqueen73 TOP 500 REVIEWER on 29 March 2015
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Well this one was a little weird! And definitely NOT enough. And a little out of left field. It just wasn't what I was expecting at all for Guy. He really didn't sound like the same dude, except for the gay part.

Where did Ian come from? I read all of the books except for Blackbird and I never heard a mention of Ian or if he was mentioned he didn't make ANY impression on me at all because I cannot remember him being mentioned.

So I didn't really like the relationship that much because I just had no idea who he was other then a dude that had issues. I did not connect with this one at all really. And I liked Guy in all the other books. I wish his happily ever after could have been a little happier and "fuller". The story was just so short.

A bit of a let down.
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I absolutely will go back and read the whole series. This is my first Cheryl McIntyre book that I just had to buy after reading a review on On Top Down Under's blog review. I loved the reallness of the characters and the honesty of writing. Cheryl, you are a gifted writer. Keep going!
I can relate to the feelings of anxiety and depression and I think the admissions that come with the POV writing style really make this story flow.
Loved the characters. Loved the friends. Loved the story. Loved everything.
Nothing I didn't like. It made me smile, laugh, cry, but ended feeling really at peace.
Thank you Cheryl.
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I've read the whole series and was moved to laughter and tears many times. The emotion you infused into the characters was so real. I'm also sad you have finished with the series. What's next?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Silver lining. 24 August 2014
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Gahhh I love this series and every book by Cheryl.

From the start you can tell this is going to be a bit gloomy. Also if you know the characters at all. If you haven't read the series I highly suggest you should just to get a back story and a feel for the characters. I loved also having Park, Chase and Hope in here. I love them all and it's always nice when they come in and support their friends. Ian attempted suicide and is in rough condition. He has been battling his demons and Guy isn't sure he will pull through so he stays by his side and reminisces back to an unconscious Ian some of their memories. It was very, very sad and was playing at the heart strings. You really didn't know if he would wake up or not. And I am not going to tell you if he does or doesn't. It was sad and beautiful and I loved every second. Cheryl does it yet again. Amazing, short read! I highly recommend everyone read this amazing series. The writing is flawless and the characters are transfixing.

"I want him. All of him. For now. For tomorrow. Forever."

"You're perfect. You're perfect to me. You're perfect for me."

"I love you," I say. "Five-ever" I nod. "Because forever isn't long enough."
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5.0 out of 5 stars Just beautiful 25 September 2014
By mjlovestoread - Published on
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I have loved every word of the Sometimes Never series and am thrilled with this last novella.

Reading about Guy and his love for Ian blew me away. I have always enjoyed Guy and the special bond he had with Hope. He deserved a good man in his life and Ian is that one. Watching through both their eyes in Let It Be about how they dealt with being a gay couple was at times painful. But it was true and even through the pain, there was always love and hope and yes even faith that it could all work out.
Cheryl McIntyre has taken a difficult subject and given it the respect it deserves. What Ian goes through is something that is so common place. Yet it doesn't have to be filled with shame. Instead the author showed that when you are truly loved, anything is possible.

This entire series has been so wonderful and I will miss these characters so much. I was happy to see Hope be there for her friend and see how far she has come from that damaged girl from long ago.

I applaud the author for consistently giving us stories that warm the soul. It is a true pleasure reading her books.

A huge 5 stars and highly recommended. You will not be disappointed.
4.0 out of 5 stars Great courage and story of acceptance and fighting for a future of love and hope 12 November 2014
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This is the culmination of Guy's story from the Sometimes Never series. Guy is the the anchor in all the previous 4 novels in the series and it was great to get his story of romance and hope for a future with someone that anchors and completes him. Guy is the reason behind the character and strength that is Hope, his foster sister/cousin from Sometimes Never series. He is the Brother to Misty and Step Brother to Annie from Always Forever and Long After, novels in the series. He is the bandmate to Chase, Park from these novels male characters.
To not tell his story would have left the series with a gaping hole and it is more complete to understand his unwavering loyalty and love for all the characters in his life. My heart breaks for him as he tells his story of not wanting to be jealous as his family members and friends find their future and balance in their lives and wanting to know when he gets to have his forever and completeness.
Great story of finding courage to follow you heart and fight for the one that makes you feel that way, no matter what they are dealing with that keeps them from accepting and working through their own demons.
Thanks for the stories of triumph Cheryl McIntyre!'
This can be a stand alone, but because it is a novella, it would be a much better story and you would understand Guy so much more if you have read the previous 4 novels before you read this one.
This comes after Always Forever in the time line of the stories.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome! 24 August 2014
By Jubie - Published on
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I'm so sad that this series is ending! The Sometimes Never series has been my favorite since I read Sometimes Never and Blackbird! Ms. McIntyre has written each book with so much emotion! Each book has dealt with serious issues/problems that some people experience and how they manage to fight through these demons and come out stronger as well as finding love! Ian's problem with depression that leads him to attempt to end his life is a problem that is more numerous in everyday life than people realize. Thank heavens that Guy realized from the texts sent and was able to get there in time to save him. This short novella tells the story from both pov's giving us more insight to the issues and the support and the unconditional love from friends and family. Must read if you have followed this series! Beautiful ending story to the series.
3.0 out of 5 stars SHOULD HAVE WHEN DEEPER 18 October 2014
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A short story of true love and fear. Fear of coming out, or being outed. lan loves Guy, but he can't or won't be open about it. Guy can't even tell his friends. Truly sad when you can't be yourself.

As much as I enjoy Cheryl McIntyre work, I'm a little disappointed in this story. It's should have been a full novel. She could have really focused on the problem of suicide among gays and lesbians. She has tackled some serious issues in this series like self-harm and domestic violence. I feel if she when a little bit deeper in Ian's feeling and point of view, she could have help others find their a way to accept themselves. Ian tells his parents that he gay and he's depressed, but he not depressed because he's gay. That's all good and well for him, but most young homosexuals do attempt suicide for the only reason is that they're gay. I just feel she's taking the easy out- no pun intended. On the other hand, Guy is the prefect role model. He been out since Jr. High and not caring much about what others felt about him so maybe they equal out. Again, no pun intended. LOL!

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