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What if the unspeakable happened to you? Would you fantasize about seeking personal vengeance? How far would you go...and how much would you sacrifice to hold those responsible - those who believe they are accountable to none?
Welcome to the prestigious accounting firm of Winscott & Associates. Welcome to Audra Tanner's personal hell. She had heard the rumors about her employer. The whispered secrets. But she had thrown herself into work to escape the pain of her miscarriage and the demise of her marriage. Idealistically, she thought if she worked hard she would be rewarded. She thought wrong.
Savagely initiated into the brutal underbelly of the firm, Audra learns too late that the rumors are true. Now, after five years of careful plotting, Audra is ready to push the wheels of justice into motion. Her goal of retribution has turned into a personal obsession, and she will stop at nothing until everyone responsible pays. Will revenge set her free or is Audra's quest for personal justice only beginning?
©2011 Ashley Fontainne (P)2013 Ashley Fontainne
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4 out of 5 stars
By med c on 07-10-14

Sweet Revenge

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Sara Morsey did a good job reading this audiobook.

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This is the story of over 7-8 different people but it's all focused one, probably the most evil man alive named Olin.
The story begins with Audra crawled in her office hours after being raped and brutally hurt by Olin, whom she met with that night thinking they were going to discuss her promotion to partner at the large Accounting Firm she works at, instead turns out he just wanted to get in her pants (understating it).
This incident left Audra emotionally and physically broken, as she had lost everything while trying to climb the corporate ladder, only to be abused and hurt by the company she gave everything to. So, with all the vengeance within her, she decides that she needs her revenge, so she waits, quietly and patiently for five years, without drawing any unwanted attention to herself, to get it.

This is the story of how it all plays out and how Audra gets her revenge

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4 out of 5 stars
By LilMissMolly on 07-08-14

Never underestimate those who appear timid and shy

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Accountable to None is a well-written story where each chapter is told from the perspective of one of the partners in a prestigious Arizona accounting firm. We are provided a glimpse into each partners’ back-story; we learn what makes them tick, how they became partners, and why they continually ignore the actions of the general partner in the firm.

From the beginning of the story, we know that Audra Tanner was beaten and raped by the general partner after she’s dedicated several years of her life working hard to achieve partner status in the firm. Thankfully we are spared all the gory details of the act itself, but are left with the aftermath and how it affects Audra.

Prior to her rape, Audra was a workaholic whose endless hours of working led to a miscarriage and eventual divorce. Now, Audra dedicates as much time as she use to put into work, gathering intelligence and information that will assist her in exacting revenge. She literally becomes obsessed with seeing her rapist, and everyone who knew about it, pay for the agony, heartbreak and humiliation that was bestowed upon her over the past five years.

Sara Morsey’s narration was excellent. She appropriately portrayed Audra as a frail and broken spirit. Her narration was so good that I easily imagined Audra as someone who wasted away to less than 100 pounds. I can’t wait to listen to the next book in the trilogy!

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