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He stole my heart long before my sister stole his.

She was the "bad girl" all the guys wanted and I was the "good girl" everyone overlooked. 

Now my sister is dead. I'm alone, left in the shadow she cast over me. 

He's the last person I expect to see at the funeral. 

And now I need him more than ever.

*The question is this... who are you? #iamadena or #iamanna

©2017 London Casey (Karolyn James) & Jaxson Kidman (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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SORRY... BUT NOPE IT’S NOT FOR ME

At the Prologue I thought hmmm, ok ok give it a chance.. but, as the story slowly unfolded, it unfortunately started to hit various alarm bells and, by chapter eight sadly I was done!! Chapter four, by my count, had twenty-six “said.. asked.. said.. whispered.. said.. said.. promised.. said” etc.. etc.. etc.. and this is one of my biggest peeves. The story could’ve been good (shrug) but unfortunately I’ll never know.. however, I wasn’t too impressed with the little bit I did hear which grossly underwhelmed me. I didn’t like, nor could I connect with, the hero and heroine, I didn’t like the past-present back and forth and some of the character’s thoughts and vocal verbiage was off.. odd.. and/or just plain stupid.

Worth a credit? Nope, not even $ when it’s on sale.. but you may not be quite so ocd as me and maybe you’ll be able to focus on the storyline rather than what word will be used next instead of the excessively used “said”. Note to Audible.. pleeeeeze stop, give up, desist, refrain, abstain, cease and end using the word “said” (.. and all words of the same ilk) in audiobooks - just get good narrators who don’t need to use them.

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