A Face in the Crowd

  • by Christina Kirby
  • Narrated by Denise Kahn
  • 7 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Alexis Hightower considers trust a four-letter word, and she has no intention of getting serious with anyone. After all, her day job as a nurse is plenty serious enough. On one of her nights off, she attends a concert for her favorite band and ends up on stage. She never expected to meet the legendary singer in person, or that he would be the one to make her question her way of life. But how do you learn to trust again when the one you want is desired by thousands?
Oliver Honeycutt has it all, success, fame, admirers, but when his family is faced with the unthinkable, none of it matters. Stranded in Atlanta, he meets Alexis, who's unlike any woman he's known before. As his attraction grows, plans for the future change, which leaves someone desperate to keep them apart. But Oliver won't be easily discouraged. To have a future with Alexis, he'll do whatever it takes to make her see the man behind the image.

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Engaging Story Despite the Audio Quality

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I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review. I'm not a fan of a single narrator performing both male and female POV's unless the story is written in 3rd person. Despite this fopa, the audio recording has issues that was almost distracting enough that I wasn't sure I would finish listening to the audiobook. Luckily, the writing is captivating enough to keep my interest and I fully enjoyed the story.

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- Zara Quintana

A Face in the Crowd

The story is a really fun love story, with some sad realities. Most of us will never meet our favorite stars, but being a nurse Lexi meets her favorite band under terrible circumstances. And she is as reluctant as anyone in her situation would be over her involvement with them. Knowing they will leave one day and it will be back to life as usual.

The audio is a bit low, so it's not easy to listen to if their is any noise around. And I notice it repeats in a few spots. I thought I was crazy at first, but it does it in several spots.
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- Christy D

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-21-2017
  • Publisher: Christina Kirby