Emma's Story Series Box Set: A Night to Forget & The Day to Remember

  • by Jessica Wood
  • Narrated by Lynn Barrington
  • 8 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

What happens in Cancun doesn't always stay in Cancun.
When Emma Anderson and her friends decided to spend their senior year Spring Break in Cancun, she expected some crazy memories to end their final college days. What Emma didn't expect was to meet Brandon Fisher. Tall and sexy, with dimples that would make any girl swoon, Brandon Fisher was literally the man of Emma's dreams. She couldn't quite believe that this stranger, who seduced her every night in her dreams, actually existed.
After serendipitously bumping into each other, Emma could not resist Brandon's pull and spent an unforgettable night with him. Passing it off as a spring break fling, Emma never expected to see Brandon again. But when she started her first day at her new job a few months later, there he was.
When Emma begins to fall in love with the man from her dreams, she wasn't expecting that both her and Brandon's secrets and pasts would threaten to pull them apart.
Will Emma and Brandon's inextricable pull for one another be strong enough to withstand the external factors that seem to pull them apart, or will Emma's dream man be nothing but just that - a dream?

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This is a great story to listen to

Would you consider the audio edition of Emma's Story Series Box Set: A Night to Forget & The Day to Remember to be better than the print version?

I loved the story in print, but when you listen to it it comes to life and i love that.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Emma's Story Series Box Set: A Night to Forget & The Day to Remember?

I don't want to give it away, but Emma is with Damian and she finds out the truth.


What does Lynn Barrington bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

she has a great voice that makes you want to listen to the story.


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes always it's a great story.


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- Natasha (2 Girls A Book & a Glass of Wine)

Not typical of most NA books

This NA story is not typical for the genre; it's not full of angst or rebellion or pain. It is a simple story of love at first sight. While the characters do face certain obstacles to their happiness, the characters continued to feel a little naive to me and I never felt they grew as characters or people very much.

The first book is written in first person and is entirely from Emma's POV. The second book was still written in first person, but suddenly the author starts head hopping. Thankfully, each change of POV is titled with whose head we are in. But after spending an entire previous book hearing only Emma's POV, every single switch jarred me out of the story. I never did feel like I understood the other characters. Please note that the narrator did a great job of differentiating the voices; it wasn't her fault that I couldn't get into the other POVs.
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- Lindsay

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-23-2014
  • Publisher: ERH Press