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Among the Echoes is a full-length standalone novel.

My name was Dr. Erica Hill. I was a victim, then a witness, and then I ceased to exist altogether.

I may still be breathing, but stripped of my identity, I have long since stopped living. I am invisible, and my life depends on my ability to stay in the shadows.

But he sees me.

Slate Andrews is the embodiment of everything I have been taught to avoid. He’s rich and famous, and one image of him with a woman would earn millions for any paparazzi lucky enough to snap it. He has vowed to protect me with his life, yet he exposes me with his every breath. I should be stronger and walk away. I should disappear. But I’m terrified he would come after me.

I’m on the run, determined not to take him down with me, but absolutely unable to let him go.

My name is Riley Peterson...at least for today.

This novel contains material that may be offensive to some listeners. Including sexual abuse, graphic language, and adult situations. Intended for listeners 18+.

©2014 Allison Martinez (P)2017 Allison Martinez

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Exciting romantic suspense!

A fast paced story in this audiobook made it great to listen to. The heroine when we first meet is in dire straights ( please note: there are some triggers right off the bat- violence, rape, etc). Then we meet the hero who is the heavyweight boxing champion of the world who is tired of all the publicity and hype and is considering quitting. He has an apartment in a small town in Ohio where he goes to hide out and decompress and that’s where he literally runs into the heroine. Neither of them give their real names and he’s fascinated by how scared she seems to be. As they slowly get to know one another you wonder if either of them will ever tell the other the truth about who they are and once they do will they ever be safe? Narration was well done.

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I love Aly's writing!

To me, not one of her best but definitely worth the credit. Her writing makes the characters become real. The story was drawn out a little. Carson Beck's voice is intoxicating. I could listen to it every day. I look forward to the next book.

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- Slate and Erica -

This is one of my all time favorite reads. Aly is amazing, period. But this story just does something to me.

This time I listened to the first half, then switched to reading the rest. Though I didn't LOVE the narration, I didn't hate it either. Slate was absolutely fine. But Erica, I liked the low husky voice in the beginning, it was appropriate then. But I feel like it wasn't what I expected for the whole reading. I would definitely listen to the narrator again, like I said, I didn't hate it. I just wish she would have used other inflections/tones at different points. And maybe she did, as Erica came out of her shell some, but I had to switch back to reading by that point. Not because of the narration, but because of circumstances, listening just wasn't ideal.

Thank you Aly for writing Erica and Slate's story. It is a beautiful one, even if it starts out ugly.