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Now a number one best seller in inspirational romance!

The first time I met Ian Kemp in the sparkling blue waters of St. Thomas, I was six years old, and we shared a summer beneath the stars.

The second time I met Ian Kemp, he was a shell of the boy I once knew. Turbulent and infuriating, he refused my friendship at every turn. Like me, he was a casualty of life’s cruelty, but we were planets apart.

We’d both sought refuge on the island, hoping to find our anchor. Instead, we found each other and managed to reclaim our stars...until we both got swept away.

©2018 Kate Stewart (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Endometriosis Representation

First off, I love have representation of Endometriosis in a book. So many of us Women suffer with Endometriosis and are ignored, so it is wonderful to have representation in the books we read to escape. Endo Sisters should read it!! General Anxiety Disorder and Endometriosis are real conditions and too have our main heroine suffering with both makes her even more real. The story taking place in St, Thomas makes it definitely an escape.

The Narrator Lila Winters did an absolutely fantastic job. She differentiated between the three main characters of the book graciously. Jason Clark was in the book minimally just for small chapters from Ian's perspective.

I can say I was sad when the book ended and I very may well listen to it again.

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Amazing.

This book had me on an emotional roller coaster. In a matter of minutes i would go from happy and excited for the characters to the verge of tear. Great writing.

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Disco?

What happened to the dog? He was hurting so much missing his master. Good story.

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What a beautiful book

Kate’s gifts with words is very special. I’m be coming a big fan. Just great writing and great narrating to. Great book 😊

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Wow! One of my favorite listens by far!

Incredible story and sizzling characters!
Kate Stewart is such an awesome writer with intense emotional feelings she evokes within her characters , but her uniqueness to plot is perfection that you can’t help, but get pulled under ! Until your gasping from the love treacherous problems between the two characters hoping they’ll somehow end up together !

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AMAZING! Loved it all!

Absolutely loved the duet narration. The different voices for all the characters was amazing! I've read the kindle version before listening to the audio but I love the way all the characters were brought to life so vividly. I thought the narrators did a fabulous job. Especially Lila Winters with the different voices. I had no problem deciphering which character was speaking because she did a wonderful job of separating them. I loved reading the book, but this made it a much more fun, emotional, and entertaining way of getting the story.

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Another Kate Stewart Masterpiece

I listened to my first Kate Stewart book in September and have listened to all of them available on Audible since. I absolutely loved the characters and the smart writing of Someone Else's Ocean. This isn't just a love story.. I was captivated with Stewart's words when describing conversations using sign language/ASL, and learning how devastating panic attacks are for people that suffer from anxiety. I loved this book.

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  • Sara
  • Vermont
  • 11-30-18

Narration could not have been any better! Perfection!!

Someone Else’s Ocean was everything, like EVERYTHING!! It made me feel and my heart... my heart ached while reading the words Kate Stewart wrote. They cut strait to my heart. I was so thrilled with the process of this storyline. There are times in life when how you proceed in life matters... what you do when life turns you up on your heels and shakes everything up. Someone Else’s Ocean shows the difficult battle of trying to get through a hard time.

Koti and Ian were fast friends as children. Nearly a decade apart and they still bonded. I really enjoyed the childhood flashbacks. They meet again decades later at a time in each other’s lives, right at a pivotal moment when life sucks for both of them. Right when they need someone to believe in them, to be there for them. I took so much away from this book. Kate Stewart gives faces to real life problems and she tackles them one-by-one, head on. These characters and storyline was so superb. I loved this slow burn that just combusted when touched.

Ms. Stewart told a story that I can relate to, that I think a lot of people will relate too... dealing with anxiety and needing an escape from every day life. It’s hard. SEO was a heart-warming and touching story. My heart was captivated and I felt so close to this story. Ms. Stewart writes with her heart and soul... you can feel it! The heat in these pages wasn’t just hot, but beautiful. I’m so stuck on the connection that Ms. Stewart created between her characters. This was such a fulfilling story that held me deep inside the pages by my heart from the very start to the very end.

The narrators Lila Winters and Jason Clark we’re seriously flawless. I can’t even tell you the variation of tones and inflections these two used. I enjoyed Lila’s fun and playful side just as much as her deep and sweet side. Now, Jason Clark was enchanting... I could listen to that accent for days. I laughed so hard listing to Ian with his daughter. I don’t think I could have chosen any other narrators to read this book to me!

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Very different journey here!

The author had a decent story and I loved Jason Clarke as Ian. But something was missing for me.
The writing was good but the female narrator was new to me. I like listening to new narrators but sometimes all you have to do is hear the voice and know if it's going to work for you. Unfortunately, the female narrator didn't work for me but Jason Clarke sure did. And again, the story and Ian's character was good and dealt with some real life issues. I tried to like it more but Jason saved it for me to give it 3 stars.

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  • Thomas
  • Chicago, IL, United States
  • 12-08-18

Nice story. Very good.

The author, Kate Stewart, has written a novel about a ma, who, when his wife delivers a baby who isn't his, fathers the child and, when he finds out about the baby's inheritance, divorces his wife and entertains the child quite well. I was disappointed by the author's view of a child. It seems to me that a man, married to a woman, should gladly take care of her children and her, because a true father is simply there, to take care of them. Ian was so unhappy when he found out that the child wasn't his genetically that he divorced his wife. What a huge mistake Ian made in divorcing Tara. It was heartbreaking to see what a cad Ian was, and the whole romance novel swirls around Ian in a way that seems to praise him.

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