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Publisher's Summary

Emma's friends are close. Her enemies are closer.
Emma Fern has won at life: she's a prize-winning author and she's blissfully happy with her husband, Jim. It wasn't an easy rise to the top, but Emma knows you can't achieve success without sacrifice. The trouble is, Jim knows that too.
As her literary triumph starts to fade into the past, Emma comes under pressure to write a second bestseller. But her big secret is that she didn't write the first one. She's a fraud, and the only people who ever knew the truth are...no longer a problem.
What Emma didn't count on was Jim playing the long game too. He has his own secrets - and a dangerous plan that could derail her beautifully orchestrated life. Faced with the loss of everything that defines her, Emma is forced to take increasingly desperate steps.
She won't go down without a fight. And as Jim should know, she won't fight fair.
©2017 Natalie Barelli (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.
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2 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 05-12-18

The narrator makes a huge difference!

I enjoyed Until I Met Her which was the first novel in the Emma Fern series. After He Killed Me is certainly not as good, but going from narrator Kate Rudd to narrator Carly Robins was a huge mistake. Robins' timing is awful and she does a really lousy job with male voices. Listening is too painful. If this book interests you, you should get the Kindle version.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Courtney on 11-04-17

I'm returning and buying the actual book!

Oh my goodness did this narrator listen to the first book at all? This bubbly tone is so not the Character, just as Rudd (Narrator of first book) Portrayed Emma, She is Mature, thirty something savvy New Yorker, not this college aged sounding airhead that this reader is making her into.
So dissatisfied,I really enjoyed the narration of the previous book however, before you waste a credit... sample this one. If you listened and met Emma before...You will totally understand my frustration...who assigned this narrator to crime fiction anyway?! Errr

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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4 out of 5 stars
By Felicity Akins on 12-04-17

Great sequel to book one

loved the story, it's refreshing to have flawed characters in stories and it kept my interest up until the end. It would have been better to have the narrator stay the same for both books as I listened to them back to back and the consistency of voices would gave been nice.

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