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The Guardian

Narrated by: Isabel Keating
Length: 12 hrs and 11 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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Swept off your feet and into a nightmare....

A powerful blend of love story, betrayal and obsession, The Guardian is written with electrifying intensity, playing with your emotions at every turn.

Widowed at a young age, Julie understands the pain that comes with love and has avoided romance for a long time. As she eases herself back into the dating scene, her eye is caught by the darkly sophisticated Richard as he begins a passionate pursuit of her affections. But she is still confused by her feelings for best friend Mike: funny, loyal but definitely not sophisticated.

A seemingly innocent choice sets off a deadly chain of events that leaves Julie fighting for her life as jealousy simmers into murderous desire.

©2019 Nicholas Sparks (P)2019 Hachette Audio UK

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  • Kate
  • 06-29-19

Not Nicholas Sparks’ best

I normally love a Nicholas Sparks novel. But unfortunately this was corny, predictable and fairly boring. Ah well.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-27-19

Satisfactory, yet slightly annoying.

Overall the book was fairly easy listening. The story was quite predictable and I felt like the ending needed more work. What annoyed me most, though, was the narrator's extremely horrible acting in the distressing situations. Which made the ending a bit more painful than it needed to be.