She was running toward her future. He was running from his past. When their worlds collided, nothing could prepare them for what was to come.
Reeling from Luke's betrayal, Embry Jacobs is lost and looking for answers. His lies have ripped them apart, forcing her to question everything she thought she knew about the man she loves. But to give Luke another chance, she'll have to forgive his lies and risk her already fragile heart.
Luke Brody's past has finally caught up to him - in more ways than one. After losing the only woman he's ever loved, he'll do anything to get her back. But when he finally has the chance to make things right, unforeseen circumstances threaten to tear them apart once more. When the truth comes out, will it set them free or break them both?
©2014 Rose Hunter (P)2016 Rose Hunter
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The narrators - I'm always a little cautious trying out new-to-me narrators because that can make or break an audio experience. It doesn't matter how much I love the story, if I can't stand the voice reading it to me, it's going to suck and I was SO glad that I enjoyed Stephanie and Soren as much as I did because they brought life to a really amazing book.
Oh...there are so many to choose from - I'm torn between the car ride to the cottage on Tybee Island or the Epilogue...both for VERY different reasons, but they're epically amazing in their own ways.
I thought they did a great job - they didn't over do the accents but did a great job bringing all of the characters to life. I really liked what Stephanie Rose did - I loved her as Embry and even the tone she took with doing Luke's voice worked really well for me.
All of it! It's a rollercoaster of emotions, in the best ways possible - RE Hunter did a fantastic job of weaving emotion through the story.
This is everything that I was looking for in the follow up to Undone - Luke and Embry are one of my favorite couples and I love them to bits, so I'm beyond thrilled that it blew me away as much as it did.
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