Wander and Roam : Wander

  • by Anna Kyss
  • Narrated by Shiromi Arserio
  • Series: Wander
  • 5 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the last year, Abby Bentley has failed out of college and lost her high school sweetheart. Unwilling to return home, Abby signs up to volunteer on an Australian farm, where she can hide away from her family and isolate to her heart's desire. Best of all, no one will care about her past. Abby soon discovers she'll be sharing most of her daylight hours, as well as a very small yurt, with the farm's other volunteer: sexy, flirtatious Sage.
The more hours they spend together, the more conflicted Abby becomes. Torn between a growing attraction to Sage and faltering loyalty to her old boyfriend, Abby escapes to her refuge of writing letters she will never send. When Abby finally reveals her past, Sage's secret about his future threatens their bond. With Abby running from her past and Sage trying to escape his future, can they build a relationship in the here and now?

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A sweet story

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Although this genre was very different from what I normally listened to, I very much enjoyed it. It touches into the emotions of loving and losing someone and how life eventually goes on. I will get the next audiobook.

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- med c

Loving Down Under

Wander and Roam by Anna Kyss was a sweet story about losing love and finding yourself. It's a strong contemporary new adult romance. There's not much back story for the main characters though the constant reminder of Abby's loss dragged down the pacing. The relationship developed slowly and then when the story ended, I was ready for the next book to see what happens next.

Arserio's narration was good, varying her voice for the main characters to make it believable. Super Australian accent too!

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-24-2014
  • Publisher: Kyss Publishing