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Publisher's Summary

Tall and thin, twenty-eight-year-old Bronwyn Palmer has become positively gaunt, a ghost of her former self. That self was - and still is - the wife of a rich, handsome executive with an ocean-view house and his own security staff.

It was in that house, two years ago, that Bryce Palmer learned Bronwyn was pregnant with their first child. But Bryce’s rage over his impending fatherhood touched off a chain reaction of emotional and physical traumas that wounded them both. For Bronwyn, it meant fleeing the perfect marriage to start over with nothing but a precocious daughter named Kayla to care for. For Bryce, it meant a tortuous two years spent blaming his wife for deserting him, and living with the pain of not knowing his child. Now a chance encounter has brought Bronwyn back into Bryce’s life, both bearing scars...and neither knowing the whole truth of that fateful night that drove them apart.

©2014 Natasha Anders (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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Great sequal!

I really like these break up, but not.... books... I feel for the (h) characters... they are written so well. I really am becoming a Natasha Anders fan here... I loved the first book, totally love this one too. The hubby... boy what character development. I simply love who real these books are... like all the characters have flaws that make them a bit more realistic...then get a narrator like Eyre... Seriously...that gained this series an extra star!

Great sale or credit!

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What A Drama!!!!

I enjoy the story, felt sympathy for Bronwyn and understand her point of view not want to reconcile with her husband. The story teach us about forgiveness and trust, the most valuable commodities in marriage. Lovely story!!!

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It has such a good potential but...........

The story just DRAGS...... on and on.....
this story did indeed had such a good potential sadly it dragged, repeatedly on and on up to no avail.

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A Roller Coaster of Emotions But Worth It.

A husband's over the top reaction to an unwanted pregnancy ends up in years of misery and misunderstandings. Wished the heroine had a lot more backbone in certain parts of the story. She also cried a lot but a small detail compare to the rest of this amazing story. Ms Anders' characters are flawed, especially her heroes. I think Theresa, in the previous book, showed more strength of character than Brownyn. Another excellent story from Ms Anders.

As for the narrator, she is okay. Her accent is an issue but not a huge one. One can still understand most of what she says.

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Good if you are having trouble sleeping.

Nothing ever really happened in this book. There was no plot. This was a lot of drawn out dribble about a jerk who treated a woman like crap and a woman who let him, over and over and over and over again. Snooze. I can never 'not' finish a book once I've started it, no matter how bad it is. Once I'm invested in a story I have to finish it. This is the only book I've ever started but just lost interest and couldn't finish. Life is tough enough that I don't need to live someone's misery hour after hour. There was no point to the story if you want to call it a story. No drama other than a spoiled rich boy having tantrums. I don't understand how this got the ratings it did. The first book in the series was pretty good. I was so disappointed by this one. I finally gave up and bought something else.

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Read don't listen to this book

Would you try another book from Natasha Anders and/or Justine Eyre?

Yes to both but I'd make sure the narrator was narrating a book that her accent fits. Perhaps a regency book or something where it is obvious that someone is foreign.

I find it very wearing when the H and h continue to misunderstand each other for most of the book and act like young children.

What do you think your next listen will be?

I'm not sure.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

I can't stand the way she says things like "heppy" aka "happy" and numerous other words. If I had expected an accent this strong because the person was foreign, I could like it better but it detracted for me.

What character would you cut from A Husband's Regret?

None

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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An emotional journey

I wasn't sure that I'd like this story after reading a few reviews, but I knew that I'd had the same thoughts about The Unwanted Wife before I read that one and ended up loving it. So I decided to go ahead and give it a try. I think it was a great story that had me feeling a wide variety of emotions. I didn't cry like I did with Unwanted Wife, I did get angry and sad. I teared up, especially towards the end when Bryce started revealing his secrets. I felt really sad for him. I can't say that he deserved immediate forgiveness, but I also wish Bronwyn had given in a little sooner. My heart just broke for them both and all the things they went through. I don't normally go for the uber emotional and angsty books, but there's something about these Natasha Anders books I can't say no to. They break my heart, put me through the ringer, then patch me right up and I enjoy the whole ride.

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Think before You speak

This is a story of how a few callous words spoken in anger, almost destroyed a marriage and a family.

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My Thoughts on A Husband's Regret

Another fantastic story by Natasha Anders. It sucked me in from the beginning and then twisted and toyed with my emotions in all the best ways until the end. My heart broke for Bron and for Bryce, especially as I got to know more and more of what happened between them. This was an angsty read and Natasha Anders seems to be one of those authors that can make me enjoy the tears and heartbreak.

The narrator, Justine Eyre, did such a good job. I loved the accents. I loved the emotions she conveyed in her voice. She was a huge part of what I enjoyed so much as I read and listened to this story at the same time.

I am now officially hooked on this author and can't wait to read more from her.

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my new obsession Natasha

if anybody can write tears and emotions then it is Natasha Anders. I am so glad I took a chance with this new to me auther. I have fallen in love with her books.

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  • 03-08-17

Great story

It's good to see a disability addressed and the coping mechanisms used.
I love all of Anders stories although they all have the same plot, I do find the angry man vs victimised woman bickering very tiresome but I guess this is more in line with real life.
A great story all the same.