Where She Belongs

  • by Cindy Procter-King
  • Narrated by R. E. Chambliss
  • 8 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jess Morgan will never return to Destiny Falls. Nine years ago, a logging accident near the remote timber town killed her dad and her high school sweetheart. Despite her broken heart, her mother immediately sought comfort with another man. That choice tore Jess apart and drove her to seek a life far away. Now she’s successful and happily settled in Toronto. Or is she?
When her stepfather dies, Jess can no longer stay away from home. Her plan is simple; visit just long enough to persuade her mom to come live with her. Surely healing the rift between them will fill the emptiness she's felt for far too long. But when she lands in Destiny Falls, someone unexpected is waiting for her at the airport.
Adam Wright.
Adam plans to live in Destiny Falls forever. He loves every aspect of small-town living and his job that takes him regularly into the bush. He remembers Jess as a cute teenager who hung around with his little sister, so when he's asked to pick her up at the local airport, he's not prepared for the polished woman who steps off the plane. Soon Adam's happiness is more wrapped up in Jess than his home or work, but while he could give up everything and move back to Toronto with her, he senses that won't make either of them happy. How can he get her to give Destiny Falls a second chance? It will take a combined effort from everyone in town who loves Jess Morgan, plus a little charm from the local landscape itself, to convince her to give her to rethink her future plans.

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Story Ok, Narrator Not!!

R.E. Chambliss sounds like a 15 year old girl reading an adult story. Her portrayal of the male voice was sickening, she made him sound so obnoxious, it was so hard to have any feelings for him.
The story dragged some, because of the angst our heroine had about her job in Toronto, versus coming back to her small town in British Columbia. A lot of waffling back n forth about it. This is a romance story about a girl coming home to be with her mother after the death of the step father who had virtually driven her away. She and her mother mend fences and become closer. While home she renews her acquaintance with her best friend Molly's cousin and falls in love with him.
This story could have been reduced by an hour or so, however the narrator really ruined it for me. Imagine a 15 year old girl reading the love scenes. YUK!!
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- Maria "To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe."

Oh Cindy

the authors novels are so lovely as an easy listening romantic story but the choice in narrators is horrendous. This in particular sounds awful. You can hear if she just read it properly it would be fine but she starts each sentence in a vapid, husky, porno-esque, stupid voice and you can hear it's not normal because she seems to forget and it's so distracting! and stupid! so blerghhh. I love the books so stop ruining them with crap narrators!
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-29-2012
  • Publisher: AudioLark Audio Books