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Title:   Just Let Me Love You (Judge Me Not #3)

Author’s Name:   S.R. Grey

Release date:   January 25, 2015

Publisher:   S.R. Grey Publications

Age Group:   New Adult (recommended for readers 17+ due to mature content)

Genre:   New Adult Romance/Coming of Age






No one ever said a lasting love would be easy.

When Chase and Kay hit the streets of Las Vegas, the goal is simple—rescue Will, Chase’s brother, from making the biggest mistake of his young life. But keeping Will out of trouble turns out not to be the only obstacle in Chase and Kay’s path. Finding himself back in the city that broke him, Chase’s heartbreaking past threatens to derail all the progress he’s made.

However, Chase is determined not to let that happen.

While striving to help Will before he implodes, Chase seeks to come to terms with the things that almost destroyed him. He soon discovers that the answers to the most complicated questions sometimes lie in one’s own heart. You just have to be willing to dig deep enough to find them.

Can Chase succeed in doing that?

Just Let Me Love You is a story of healing, letting go, and trusting love to guide you. The conclusion of the Judge Me Not trilogy brings everything full circle.




* A review copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review *

~ 3.5 – 4 Stars ~

Like the blurb says…..Just Let Me Love You is definitely a story of healing, letting go, and trusting love to guide you.

This is the third and final book in the Judge Me Not series by SR Grey. I thought this was a really enjoyable read and a greta conclusion to Chase and Kay’s story. My only real complaint about the book was that I thought it seemed a little rushed at times. With the way book 2 ended I kind of expected more drama to this story. Now don’t get me wrong there is drama and some tense moments, but this is where I thought it was rushed a little bit. There are 2 main dramatic points to this book and I thought they could’ve been built upon more. I just felt that they were kind of glossed over and resolved a little too quickly for me. But with that said, I still really enjoyed this book and series. That is the reason for the mixed rating. I gave the 4 stars to the overall series and this final conclusion to Chase and Kay’s love story, but the 3.5 stars went to the fact that it rushed the dramatic spots.

I thought SR Grey did a great job at finishing Kay and Chase’s story. She also did a wonderful job giving us really great characters. I thought Chase and Kay were likable and relatable. I LOVED watching them both grow over the course of this series. Their story really shows that with faith and love you can overcome anything. Chase and Kay had some real ups and downs, but in the end their Love won out. I thought this book was more about Chase’s healing process than Kay’s. Kay started her healing in book 2 and because of that she was able to stand by Chase and help him heal. One thing I will say about Kay and Chase in this book is, boy did they steam up the pages of this one. Talk about some steamy scenes 😉

I don’t want to give anything about the plot to this book away, so I am going to just say that I was surprised by somethings and happy that all my questions were answered and everything ended the way it should. Overall I was left with a big smile on my face at the end of this book.

I would recommend this series!!!. I definitely think it is worth the read and I think many would enjoy it.











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Other Books in Trilogy :

 I Stand Before You (Judge Me Not #1)

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Never Doubt Me (Judge Me Not #2)

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S.R. Grey is an Amazon Top 100 and Barnes & Noble Top 100 Bestselling author. She is the author of the popular Judge Me Not series, as well as the Inevitability duology and A Harbour Falls Mystery trilogy. Ms. Grey’s novels have appeared on Amazon and Barnes & Noble bestseller lists in multiple categories, including #1 on the Barnes & Noble Nook Bestsellers list last year.

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