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The Memory of You

Sanctuary Sound Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Dara Rosenberg
Length: 12 hrs and 6 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (291 ratings)
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Stefanie Lockwood can repair anything, except her heart - that’s still recovering.

Steffi Lockwood has survived more than most. Now left with puzzling memory lapses following an assault, she returns to her coastal Connecticut hometown to rebuild her life the best way she knows how: with her hands. But starting a remodeling business with one longtime friend puts her in the middle of a rift with another. Worse, being hired by her ex-boyfriend’s mother forces her to confront old regrets.

Public defender Ryan Quinn wasn’t shocked when his wife left him, but he was floored when she abandoned their daughter. With his finances up in the air, the newly single dad returns to his childhood home in Sanctuary Sound. The last person he expects, or wants, to see working on his family house is Steffi Lockwood - his first love who shattered his heart.

Although Steffi and Ryan are different people now, dormant feelings rekindle. But when Ryan’s concern for Steffi’s mental health prompts him to dig into her past for answers, will what he learns bring them together or tear them apart for good?

©2018 Jamie Beck (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Sanctuary sound series

This was a good book would like to continue with the series hope it want be to long before The promise of us is available on audible

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Surprising and a good listen

This is not your standard Jamie Beck book. It touches on difficult matter that we don't really talk about. Divorcing parents who let their anger get in the way of what is best for their children, rape and the repercussions emotionally and mentally, head injuries, cancer, PTSD, love, loss, meddling parents, denial, forgiveness, second chance love and then some. Not the easiest listen, but well worth it as some of the issues hit close to home. So many people think that they have to fix it all themselves and or chose to live with the anger. Portraying therapy as a realistic and necessary part of healing is so important. I look forward to the next in the series

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Enjoyable, Romantic, and many things to learn

Very good read. Interesting subjects were approach ed with a lot of care.Even though some of the subjects were sensitive, Jamie handled them carefully and without making the book depressing There was enough humor and love to make it a pleasure to read.

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Awesome

This audibook was given to me in exchange for an honest review. This was great. I Love second chance romances. was well written, well spoken. Dealt well with aftermath of attack.

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2nd chances, exes and forgiveness

Steffie has returned to her hometown of Sanctuary Sound, after a brutal attack in the city. Now she’s partnered up with a childhood friend and has started her own construction company. One of her first projects is to renovate part of the childhood home of her hs sweetheart. The sweetheart home she dumped in college. 10yrs later and Ryan is back home with his daughter, living with his parents and going through a rough divorce. Imagine his surprise when the contractor working fir his parents is non other than the woman who broke his heart. The chemistry is still there but can Ryan forgive Steffie and rebuild his life with her or will his ex get in the way? Can Steffie overcome the aftermath of the attack? There is a side story with two of Steffie’s best friends not speaking to each other and a preview of what’s to come in book 2. Sweet HEA.
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Better Than Before

Ten years after this college romance, they meet up again afterextrodinary circumstances and events. Can he forgive her for leaving? Can she recapture his heart along with that of his little girl? Very well written, Jamie Beck capitalized on his characters into a lovely romance.

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Great story

I rated the performance 4* because at times it was hard to tell male and female voices and you had to rely on the narrative more closely otherwise great novel and looking forward to book 2 in the series.

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snoozefest, boring, predictable

the only reason i finished it was because i had nothing else to listen to.

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great inspirational book

Very inpirational.
Sad yet hopeful.
I hate giving negative feedback for a person whom I'm sure is amazing (so, I'm sorry in advance) however, the narrator was not good in that her, what sounds like, cigarette smoke injured voice was quite annoying... especially when transitioning to a male voice.
overall, the book is worth the and listen.

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