Marla Cahill survives a horrific car accident, but comes out of it with near total amnesia - unable to recognize her own face. Now, confined to the Cahill mansion among strangers who claim to be her family, she begins fearing for her life. Someone was counting on Marla's death in the accident - and they may finish the job the moment her memory returns.
©2000 Susan Lisa Jackson; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC
"Lisa Jackson is the best exciting new name in romantic suspense. If She Only Knew needs to be read with all the lights on." (BookCrazy Reviews)
I live in Michigan and have been a member of auible since it's onset. Hobbies are photography and writing...I am in the process of formatting my first novel for kindle and I hope everyone will read it. I LOVE AUDIBLE and listen to at least 3 unabridged books a month. !
I have never read or listened to a book that painted the heroine in such an unattractive light.
Visions of the main character laying in her own vomit, did not evolke any emotion in me, because the writer never developed an emotional link between the main character and the reader.
The narrator tried to develop a voice to suggest how it would sound if the main characters jaw was wired shut...but he never lost the lisp..throughout the whole book....
Also the narrator was too raspy and unbelieveable in the love scenes. The voice was a struggle to listen till the finish.
This was a great mystery that kept me guessing. I thought that I had it figured out several times but I was wrong. I loved the narrator. He was perfect for this book! I'll be looking for more Lisa Jackson. I hope that the same narrator will be used.
Retired high school English teacher. I liked and worked with the at-risk student. Interested in about everything, but I love a good story.
The plot and characters were a bit weak, but not bad. The narrator should be replaced.
Often individuals reading books assume that reading a book is just that -- reading Asthe words. Little interest in the voice is evident and there are problems with the pacing of the narration.
Do these people read the book before they read it aloud? It seems to me that pre-reading ought to be a requirement to improve the narration.
I do enjoy Lisa Jackson books, but wasn't crazy about the narration of this one. It takes away from the book
This one was not as good because of the narrator.
Yes, it was.
Will listen to more of Lisa Jackson because she is a good author
The twist and turns of the plot, keep you guessing!
It's not what you think
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