Relentless : Elisabeth Reinhardt

  • by Nancy J. Alexander
  • Narrated by Nancy J. Alexander
  • Series: Elisabeth Reinhardt
  • 16 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"The little girl lay under the hay stack scarcely breathing. Sweat poured down her face and dripped into her eyes; her heart pounded through her thin chest. Tiny flecks of hay clung to her wet skin, making her itch. She squeezed her nose tightly afraid she'd sneeze. Eyes clamped shut, she lay there. Flies buzzed around her, crawling on her. She didn't move. She didn't know how long she'd been there in the loft. She didn't care how long she stayed. She couldn't move. Not yet."
Nearly a lifetime after a childhood filled with misery and abuse, Gina, now a successful doctor, finds herself thrown back into a terrifying world where her nightmares become far more than just a dream. With the help of an unconventional therapist with secrets of her own, the hunt is on and Gina fights for her life in this harrowing tale of cat and mouse.

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Well Written and Well Voiced

Would you consider the audio edition of Relentless to be better than the print version?

Relentless by Nancy J Alexander was an amazingly well written and well read audio-book. I really enjoyed listening to it on audible. The voice actor did a great job with getting the mood of the story correct and the dialogue flowed together perfectly. There were no awkward pauses or speed reading. The reader really pulled me into the story. The voice acting was done so well that I actually believe that I enjoyed the audio version better than I would have liked the print version.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Relentless?

The story itself had a somber tone to it with Gina's past, but I liked the fact that she was able to become a Doctor and how much her career really meant to her. Gina's character was told perfectly in a mix of present day and flashbacks to her childhood. I really felt myself like Gina and her determination.


What about Nancy J. Alexander’s performance did you like?

The voice actor did a great job with getting the mood of the story correct and the dialogue flowed together perfectly. There were no awkward pauses or speed reading. The reader really pulled me into the story. Gina's part voice was particularly well done.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

There were definitely some parts of Relentless by Nancy J Alexander that made a few tears leak out of my eyes. One such part was when Gina was a child and her mother would not believe her about the abuse she was suffering instead her mother would only blame Gina.


Any additional comments?

Overall while the book was somber it was still an interesting book to read and I really enjoyed it!

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- SefinaHawke

Loved It!

Relentless: An Elisabeth Reinhardt Thriller by Nancy J Alexander was a great audiobook. I enjoyed listening to this book as I was driving to and from work. I would totally get into what was going on in the book and because of that it keep me from getting super pissed off while I was driving. I enjoyed that the author was the narrator of this book. I just liked knowing that the person who wrote the book was telling the story and for some reason, it made me like this audiobook even more. This is another book that kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the entire thing because of how well it was written. I did find that when I got home from work, I would sit in my car until I was able to get through the chapter I was on because I hated having to put this book down and do something else. If you love thriller/suspense books than I know, you will love this book as much as I did.

I received this book free of charge from the author or publisher.
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- Margaret Tidwell-The World As I See It

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-14-2014
  • Publisher: NJA Productions