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And Then You Loved Me

Narrated by: Jessica J.N. Wells
Length: 9 hrs and 35 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
3 out of 5 stars (82 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

People say you can’t ever go back. That some of the things that happen to us simply cannot be redone. 

But the paths of a life journey are rarely straight. They twist and turn and wind back across those once visited and long thought to have faded from existence. 

Becca Miller has lived her life trying to do the right thing, even when its cost has been giving up the boy she loved and wanted to marry. The sacrifice she made for her sister isn’t one she regrets because there was no other choice for her to make. And for 18 years, she lives this choice with full commitment and as little looking back as she can manage. 

When Matt Griffith returns to Ballard County for the funeral of his grandmother, the path that had seemed so straight begins to loop back and take her across feelings she thought she had put away for good. As it turns out, those roads we’ve traveled do not fade at all. They simply wait to be retraveled, leaving us with the decision to follow them exactly as we did before, or make a different choice and find out where it will lead us. 

(Previously titled Crossing Tinker's Knob.)

©2014 Inglath Cooper (P)2019 Inglath Cooper

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Likeable characters and a mysterious plot

I really enjoyed the story and the fact that it keeps you guessing. It was initially confusing being thrown into action right when you first begin, but I grew to love the main characters, Becca and Matt. And the mysteries kept me listening. The narrator did a good job too.

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Recording

Jessica Wells does a poor job. Her pronunciation sounds like English is an unknown language to her. Poor phasing and inappropriate pauses in inflections out of place. I won’t get another book the she narrates

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Favorite book so far....reader was great.

I liked the reader for this book. Starts out slow..and her style is unique, but after awhile, I was hooked. I think she did a great job portraying the story written by Inglath. I'm a big fan of her. The characters were believable, but I would have liked more closure than what the ending was. That was a bit of a bummer, especially after being so drawn into the story between the lovebirds, Matt and Becca.

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Buy the book not the audio

Wonderful story but horrible audio. The person reading sounded very robotic and it made it almost painful to lessen to at times.

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Terrible narrator

Was recommended this from a friend who dearly loved the book. Can say die too the poor performance of the narrator, I was unable to get into the book at all. I listened throughout, but it was tough . I would not recommend. I have never post a remark so you have to know this was a crucial flaw. Storyline was ok.

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Great story - Poor narration

This is a good story but the stilted, halting narration deters from the enjoyment of the story. I listen to an audible book every day and this has to be the worst narration I have ever experienced. This is my second Inglath Cooper book. It was not as good as “A Month in Tuscany.”

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The staccato reading by the narrator is making this book very difficult to get through.

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Why why why...

...would an author spend so much time writing a book then turn it over to someone who absolutely slaughtered the audio? This was the worst narrator I’ve ever heard. At first I thought it was some sort of digital voice because it sounded so robotic but then researched the narrator and nope - real person. How is it that someone making money in the book community can’t pronounce Bronte?! What a mess.

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Narrated terrible couldn’t listen to it

I’m sure book is great but I could not get over the narration to listen to it

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Worst narration ever

The story was decent, but the narration was terrible. I had a hard time getting past the first chapter. Tried several times before I was able to. Narrator voice is robotic and she messes up a lot, mispronounced words, paused in weird spots, and put emphasis in the wrong places. I will never listen to another book she narrates, no matter how good the book. It was painful and it never got better.