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Laurel Cove

Narrated by: Amie Lyn Hornick
Length: 7 hrs and 19 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Willa Barton has established herself as a successful author and screenwriter, residing in New York City, a stark contrast from her childhood upbringing in the small island community of Laurel Cove, Maine. Twenty years have passed since Willa’s best friend, Brynn, kissed her, which resulted in Willa accidentally causing permanent injury to Brynn. 

After being shamed out of town for destroying the future of Laurel Cove’s star athlete, Willa kept her distance; that is, until she receives a call that her father has passed away. 

Willa’s plan is simple - she is only going back long enough to tie up loose ends for her father’s estate, sell his house, and attend his funeral. What she doesn’t account for are the past grudges that still exist, a love that was never completely lost, and prospects of friendship. 

Can Willa right past wrongs to fulfill a promise from the grave, so her father can be laid to rest?

©2019 Christine Svendsen (P)2019 Sapphire Books Publishing

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I can't believe what I just listened to

I'm a huge fan of lesbian fiction and this is one of the worst books I have ever heard. I can't believe that all of this verbal and physical abuse caused from this man to these women was excused because of his addiction. It literally goes into graphic detail of a brutal assault on two women, one of whom is wheelchair bound, to them making excuses for his actions and comforting him.

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Excellent!

I loved Laurel Cove. I had already read the book, but this did not make the audio edition any less enjoyable. Great story. Amie Lyn Hornick does an excellent job with the narration.

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