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  • Interesting and moving. Good music vibes and compelling characters make this (WHAT YOU DO TO ME) good for public libraries.

  • Warm, witty, and as lyrical as a love song, WHAT YOU DO TO ME is Rochelle Weinstein at the top of her storytelling game. A tale of broken dreams and second chances, this insider's look into the glitzy, gritty world of the music industry captivates—and, like a favorite melody, will stay with readers long after the final page. Five huge stars!

    Kristy Woodson Harvey
    New York Times Bestselling Author of The Summer Of Songbirds
  • I love everything Rochelle Weinstein writes, and I am still swooning over What You Do To Me, a story brimming with suspense, rock music, forbidden love, and a heroine who is determined to uncover a decades-long secret. Sexy, sweet, and ultimately so satisfying?you need to read this one!
    Maddie Dawson
    Bestselling Author of Matchmaking for Beginners
  • Sometimes a book gets everything exactly right?the ultimate love story and a heart-pumping mystery all wrapped up in a Daisy Jones & the Six vibe. What You Do To Me is storytelling perfection.

    Annabel Monaghan
    Author of Nora Goes Off Script
  • With a deft hand, Rochelle Weinstein has crafted a fascinating, multi-layered tale expertly weaving between then and now. She introduces not one, but several intriguing elements from the past and how they shaped the present, and I desperately needed to know how everything would end. And all I can say is, what a wild and wonderful ride.

    Tracey Garvis Graves
    New York Times bestselling author of Heard It in a Love Song
  • Long a master of the family saga, Rochelle Weinstein now turns her formidable talent to a passionate and playful love story. What You Do To Me is the story of star-crossed lovers Eddie, a musician, and Sara, his muse, and Cecelia, the journalist who is trying to rewrite their ending?and her own. Fans of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s Daisy Jones & the Six will flock to this sweet and soulful book about first love and second chances, and will be moved and inspired to revisit the playlist of their own lives.

    Pam Jenoff
    New York Times bestselling author of Code Name Sapphire
  • Weinstein had me at music. Throw in a retro timeline that brings back all the 90s feels and I’m a forever fan. What You Do To Me has everything I love in a story: romance, mystery, and suspense, the trifecta of an unputdownable read. Weinstein savvily crafts not one, but two love stories, each with a heart tugging emotional end, wraps them both in some of my favorite tunes from the best decades (IMHO), plus some new ones, and adds in a mystery detailed so visually I could easily picture this on screen. Fans of Daisy Jones & the Six and novels with music themes and persistent protagonists both flawed and edgy will obviously love this book, but I think Weinstein’s novel packs an extra punch for us romantics who grew up falling for a rock star or two, even if he was only a poster on the wall above our bed.

    Kerry Lonsdale
    Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Side Trip
  • Bestselling author Rochelle B. Weinstein had me at ‘mix tape.’ Her nostalgic new page-turner, What You Do To Me hits all the high notes: a strong, determined female protagonist, a dreamy love interest (ahh, the lead singer in a band), forbidden love, family drama, journalistic pursuits, suspense, and second chances. Rolling Stone reporter Cecilia James has committed the cardinal sin: She has become emotionally involved in her story, as she deep dives into finding the truth behind a hit love song while trying to detangle her own messy love life and family secrets. I sang, I wept, I laughed, and I applauded, holding my lighter high for an encore performance. Weinstein’s latest must-read gem doesn’t miss a beat.

    Lisa Barr
    New York Times bestselling author of Woman on Fire
  • Now in a complete and unabridged audio book edition perfectly and adroitly narrated by professional vocal artist Amanda Leigh Cobb, "When We Let Go" is specifically recommended to the attention of those with a particular interest in contemporary family life and women's domestic fiction. An impressive production that will hold the listener's rapt attention throughout, "When We Let Go" is particularly and specifically recommended for personal and community library audio book collections.

    Midwest Book Review
    Praise for the AUDIOBOOK of When We Let Go
  • Of special interest to readers who appreciate well-crafted novels about small town life and the relationships of daughters with their mothers, of loss and love, When We Let Go, is a fully entertaining and at times thought-provoking read from first page to last.

    Midwest Book Review