Promises : New Beginnings (Lynn)

  • by Michelle Lynn
  • Narrated by Lynn Devereux
  • Series: New Beginnings (Lynn)
  • 5 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do you promise you'll always be here for me?
It was a game they played, only it wasn't a game. Maggie Marks held on to Elijah's childhood promises as a way of escaping a life that was far from perfect. Elijah Lugo was her neighbor, her best friend, her family. He was everything her parents refused to be, everything she needed. He was her first kiss and a witness to more of her father's drunken rants than she could count. He was there at her wedding and then held her when it all fell apart. Elijah was in love with her, but she was afraid loving him would eventually mean losing him too.
They were no longer kids, pretending everything would work out in the end.
When Maggie's father reenters her life in an unexpected way, revealing long held secrets, her world is turned upside down and she will need Elijah more than ever.
A story of friendship and family - the promises you make and the ones you keep.

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This was a good one

I got this book via audiobook boom and am excited to write this review. I did not read book one but this one was very good. Maggie, Elijah, Kimberly, Jason, Makala were very well portrayed. Even Jake who was as bad as Maggie's Dad was ok in the end. This story switched back and forth from the past to present but did so seamlessly. I am glad that in spite of the abuse Maggie endured as a child she came out whole. This story was less than six hours long but very well developed. The narrator did a good job and I was able to distinguish each character. Worth listening to.
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What a book!!!

Both the author and narrator were new to me on this book. I loved the story of Promises. Some promises are kept, some are broken, some are changed. This is a sweet love story that compasses so much. The author did a great job of character development and wrote an original story. The narrator did a very good performance, it was just was difficult to differentiate between the various characters. I felt this book was full of hope after betrayal and so many emotions. This is a standalone listen. I was voluntarily provided with this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, narrator, and or publisher.
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- Jan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-17-2017
  • Publisher: Michelle Lynn