• by Elisabeth Naughton
  • Narrated by Amy Landon
  • 9 hrs and 52 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Hidden Falls is exactly as Samantha Parker left it - small, insular, and prone to gossip. Eighteen years have passed since she witnessed her brother's murder, but she's still the talk of the town. Until a handsome child psychologist with haunting memories of his own arrives.
Dr. Ethan McClane isn't exactly a newcomer. If it weren't for his latest case, he'd never set foot back in Hidden Falls. Thankfully, no one seems to recognize him as the troubled teen from years past. Not even Sam, the delightfully sharp and sexy high school chemistry teacher he can't stop thinking about.
When Sam and Ethan work together to help one of her students, sparks ignite. But Sam's hazy memories of a long-ago night concern Ethan, and unlocking the repressed images reveals a dark connection between them. As the horrors of the past finally come to light, their relationship isn't the only thing in danger. A killer will strike again to keep an ugly secret hidden. This time no one will be safe.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Good book bad audible reading

Good story and overall book. Not a good audible reading.
The narrator does not differentiate between characters. It is very difficult to tell who is speaking/thinking at times. Males and females all sound exactly the same.
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- Emily

Good Story. Narration could have been better.

This was a good story, very interesting and kept me guessing.

I liked Samantha and Ethan, they made a good couple. The chemistry between them was good and there were a couple of well written sex scenes.

The story line and plot was good. Some mystery, murder, and secrets. It also flowed very well and did not get confusing. Lots of dialogue throughout the story. And some interesting secondary characters that could probably lead to another book.

As for the narration. It really could have been great had the narrator made the men sound like men. Bummer, because everyone else sounded good.

Please Amy Landon work on your men's voices. Particularly the hero of the story. Ethan sounded just like a woman. You should have at least used the voice for Ethan that you gave his father. That was at least manlier.

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- Tracy T "Audible Addict!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-29-2016
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio