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If I Don't Have You

Jacaranda Twenty in 2020
Narrated by: Jakobi Diem, Jessye Romeo
Length: 10 hrs and 46 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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Summary

A captivating, sexy romance that explores the limits of love at first sight....

Afro-Brazilian filmmaker Ren is recovering from a romantic betrayal. Kayla is a Black British artist and journalist keen to make her mark. Thrown together during a string of interviews in New York for Ren's latest film, they’re struck by an irresistible attraction. The two surrender to one night of searing honesty and passion, which leaves them with more questions than answers about the future. 

With secrets lurking between them, letting their romance continue could upend the separate lives Ren and Kayla have so carefully built. But can they really risk losing their miraculous connection?

©2020 Sareeta Domingo (P)2020 Audible Ltd

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  • Jeanspin
  • 17-09-20

YOU RUINED IT


The book had a chance with just one narrator, you added the female and everything can tumbling down. Mr. Diem can narrate direction for taking cold medicine and I'm in love, This match was no a good one. NO MORE TALK!!!!! The performance rating was for Mr. Diem.

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  • Kina Foster
  • 13-09-20

The Struggle was REAL!

Great story line but very difficult to finish. I struggled with the narration of the female voice, especially when it was "male". Jakobi did amazing as usual and was often why I kept reading. The voices were so mis-matched. If you can get past the voices it is pleasurable.

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  • Tunicha Briggs-Allen
  • 04-09-20

Decent yet disappointing

The story was pretty good. Jakobi was excellent as always. He sounds so sexy and I could listen to him all day. Jessye, on the other hand, was horrible. Her male speaking voice made them sound illiterate or just plain duh. Disappointing.

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  • Tabitha L Jeffcoat
  • 01-09-20

good but

the story was good and Jakobi was excellent but the female narrator's voice for the Male American almost made me stop listening. She was speaking as if the Male had a speech impediment. super hard to listen too

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  • Goodlistener
  • 16-08-20

Beautiful Love Story

This book is simply a true romance story. I went out on a limb with this one because I am a Urban Lit reader, but this was refreshing. Although a bit long so much so that I wanted to stop listening, but I couldn’t because I just had to see how this was going to end. Nice job to the author. The narrators were good, but the male voice of the female narrator takes some getting use to but the story is interesting enough that you can overlook it.

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  • shwatson
  • 09-08-20

Achingly beautiful

This is an intense love story, balanced in the pain of bad timing. Sareeta’s writing is absolutely lyrical. Loved Jakobi as always in the narration, and I enjoyed Jessye, although her American/male voices were a little off-putting.