Almost 41-year-old Annabelle Morris, wife to multi-billionaire record label executive Charles Morris of Zenith Productions, and mother of two is at a crossroads in her life.
Separated from her husband after walking in on him having sex in the public restroom of a charity event she was hosting, she has arrived on the island of St. John alone and rejected, determined to re-evaluate her life and her marriage. She's tired of being her husband's showpiece while he pretends she doesn't exist. She's tired of trying to make their marriage work for the sake of their two teenage boys.
When she meets Johnny Lightning, a sexy but mysterious piano-playing, bearded sailor, she is tempted to break vows she has never before broken. But Johnny is much younger than she is and seems to be hiding more than a few secrets of his own.
From the laid-back sandy beaches of the Caribbean to the elite circles of Dallas high society, Annabelle is forced to make critical choices.
Is a chance for happiness worth the risk of giving up the life she has always known?
Worth jeopardizing her own and possibly even her children's future?
In the end, will she stay on her present course or brave a new and uncharted one?
Find Me, Remember Me, and Keep Me is a full and complete novel in three separate parts.
©2016 Michelle Mankin (P)2016 Michelle Mankin
I love how caring and sensitive Johnny is. Another incredibly well written book that was a complete experience made even better by Kai and Wen!!! After reading book one I didn't thinknit could get and better and then it did! I can't wait to tell all my friends about this amazing book and if you haven't read any of Michelle Mankin's books please do you are in for a treat!!!
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I love how sensitive and caring Johnny is, yet strong and demanding without being too overpowering. I loved how he builds up Anna's self confidence.
My favorites were Johnny and Anna of course. They're chemistry was undeniable from the start.
There were many moments that stayed with me. My heart swelled from the love Johnny and Anna felt for each other, and there were also times where my heart just broke for them.
I was waiting for this series to be released on to audio, which felt like forever and boy was I not disappointed. Michelle Mankin is one of my "go to" authors so loving the story would be a given, but I didn't anticipate it becoming one of my favorite books ever. This also has become my favorite performance from Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross.
We get more into Charles, Anne's husband in this book. I didn't like him from when he came in with book 1 and yep, still not a fan in book 2. Everything about him is just wrong, you can clearly see that he doesn't care for Anne like Johnny does. Had a feeling about what Johnny did as a profession and in this book we get confirmation. It's a good read though and once again as the book is closing up were hit with another whamie which left me gasping with a smile on my face. Book 3 here I come because I cannot wait to know what happens next. This is my voluntary and unbiased review.
Everything, it is such a great story
Kai and Wen bring a voice to the story that you wouldn't get from just reading. They bring life to the characters.
Remember Me by Michelle Mankin was another great book in the series. I absolutely fell in love with Johnny and Annabelle and wanted them to end up together. Annabelle decides to put her wants and needs aside in order to provide the best life for her children, even though that means leaving Johnny aside. I can't wait to read the rest of this series and truly hope that Johnny and Annabelle end up together.
The narrators were wonderful. I loved the characters when I read the ebook, but hearing them brought to life by Kennicott's and Ross's talent added so much to the experience.
I loved the ending when Johnny showed up and whispered, "Remember me," in her ear. It was perfect.
I've listened to a lot of their performances since they're my favorite narrators. This ranks right up with the rest of them. They put such feeling into their roles, and they make each reading unique.
Lighting strikes twice
This is the second part of three that make up the complete book. The writing, narration, and production are all top notch.
Makes me hate Charles Morris even more
Claire she is a great friend attempting to help Bell find her way again.
The end when Johnny shows up at the fundraiser
I did extreme hate for Charles Morris
Knowing that it wasn't the end of the story.
This is comparable to their other works.
I believe I chuckled a time or two.
Still too short.
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