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Hotline Girl Audiobook

Hotline Girl

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Publisher's Summary

Arabella Rose is the county's best suicide hotline telephone operator. But very few know the personal reasons behind her passion, until a call from a strangely compelling man shakes up her entire world.

©2016 RJ Conte (P)2016 Clean Reads

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    Alliji Florida 08-03-16
    Alliji Florida 08-03-16 Member Since 2006

    God's girl

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    "Refreshing Modern, Tastefully Written"
    If you could sum up Hotline Girl in three words, what would they be?

    Emotional, witty, freeing


    Which character – as performed by Piper Lewis – was your favorite?

    Toby Beastly


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    When Toby opened his heart to love.


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    Arabella Rose lost her father to suicide and feels the need to pay off her debt to her loved one. She puts in long hours on the hotline and the calls tend to have similar elements until she receives the call that rocks her world and rips open her heart.

    I enjoyed this refreshingly modern retelling of a favorite fairy tale. Suicide is an emotionally laden subject but the author’s use of tasteful wit and banter lightens the mood as a beautiful story of forgiveness unfolds.


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