Always You

  • by Kirsty Moseley
  • Narrated by Andrea Emmes
  • 15 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Riley Tanner has a best friend, the best friend a girl could ask for. He's supportive, loyal, honest, trustworthy, kind, and thoughtful. He's also the biggest player in school. Their relationship has always been easy and affectionate, but after Riley's month long vacation, things become a little strange. She starts to look at him in ways that go way beyond the 'friend zone'. Add in her best friend's rival, and things become a whole lot more complicated.

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What did you like best about this story?


A love story of two best friends who grew up together !! Clay sounds like the most handsome boy who is soo sweet to Riley his best friend and the girl he is so obviously in love with to everyone but her. They have some ups and downs along the way but what's a great love story without the good and the bad times. I love Clay and Riley from both of their point of views and I'm telling you this is such a sweet story. Andrea did a great job with the narration.


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- med c

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What did you like best about Always You? What did you like least?

Best ~ There was an interesting story line. Not like most YA/New Adult books.

Least ~ The story line was very unrealistic at times. Teenagers and parents are NOT like this in real life. I know this is fiction.


What about Andrea Emmes’s performance did you like?

I liked her female voices. Her male voices were a little rough. I think Ms. Emmes did the best she could with the material she was given. I would like to give her another chance with a different book. I really want to see Ms. Emmes succeed in narrating.


Do you think Always You needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

No, the plot of this book was so unrealistic that I think that a follow up isn't necessary.


Any additional comments?

I'm glad that Always You was fiction. I can't see this happening in real life. Yes, teens fall in love, have bad relationships and feel as tho they are with the love of their life at the age of 17. I just think that this story was so ... out there. I can't see parents condoning the behavior in this book.

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- Elizabeth L.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-25-2014
  • Publisher: Kirsty Moseley