She'll risk anything to save her child…even the truth.
It's taken nine years and a cross-country move, but Audra Valentine Wheyton has kept her secrets safe. She's created the perfect life - a husband who loves her, a daughter she adores, and a position as head writer for an award-winning daytime soap. When her husband dies suddenly, Audra returns to her hometown for the funeral and faces a community that has not forgotten her meager beginnings and a man who has never forgiven her for marrying his brother.
Jack Wheyton is a successful pediatric neurosurgeon who is about to become engaged when Audra walks back into his life with her daughter. He forgave his brother long ago for taking something that had been his, something he hadn't even realized he wanted until it was gone. But forgiving Audra is another story…and forgetting her? Near impossible. When a shattering illness strikes Audra's daughter, she turns to Jack to save her child and risks exposing a secret that will change their lives forever.
©2012 Mary Campisi (P)2013 Mary Campisi
This is a very good audiobook and very well narrated. I really enjoyed it!
She was a very talented narrator
Yes, it's one you don't want to put down
I truly recommend this book because it is such a touching story and the ending was well worth it
Yes, I would. And I did. I laughed, I cried, I empathized, and I enjoyed listening to Anne Hancock do a brilliant job of portraying the characters of the main and supporting personalities
Audra went back in her mind, while speaking to Jack after Christian's death. She re-visited her affair with Jack. The thoughts overwhelmed her and she relived her time spent with him. The pathos of her musings was like heartbreak, because she had loved him so much.
Her ability to be the character she was portraying at any given moment. I enjoyed listening to her because her voice modulations were so beautifully done.
I appreciate and enjoy Mary Campisi's writing style. She paints word pictures of the events and draws her audience into the lives of her characters. She is one of my favourite authors and I recommend her writing because of her ability to be real and how very effective is her capacity to allow her public to become enamoured of her story line, as she deals with issues that are sensitive and not usually discussed.Keeping secrets and running away never solves problems. I empathized with Audra though, she made a tough call but her inner strength brought her through.This is a great read from Mary Campisi and a marvelous listening experience from her very able narrator Anne Hancock.
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