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They tell her she's the lone survivor of a plane crash. They tell her she's lucky to be alive. But she doesn't feel lucky. She feels...lost.
With the relentless Irish press bearing down on her, and a father she may not even recognize on his way from America to take her home, Clementine assumes a new identity and enlists a blue-eyed Irish stranger, Kieran O'Connell, to help her escape her forgotten life...and start a new one.
Hiding out in the sleepy town of Waterville, Ireland, Clementine discovers there's an upside to a life that's fallen apart. But as her lies grow, so does her affection for Kieran, and the truth about her identity becomes harder and harder to reveal, forcing Clementine to decide: Can she leave her past behind for a new love she'll never forget?
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By CydLHH on 06-26-18
I should have listened to a sample first. The narrator reads in an up and down cadence and I can't hear the story for that unending roll. When she is being the characters it's actually good. But the narration doesn't work. I'll pass on the audio and read it!
By Leozpride on 05-11-18
Sweet baby Jesus, please send avoid at all costs
I was really looking forward to listening to this book. This is my first time with this author and narrator. The story is interesting but after 2 chapters I'm not sure I'll purchase the Kindle version to finish it. The overall writing isn't done in a concise manner. The catalyst of this story is the woman is a sole survivor from a plane crash. Her male nurse is working to help her recover her memory. It seems so forced that you're not really feeling a connection. Although the female is in a dark spot of being a survivor with no memory, it just doesn't translate well. It's truly hard to pinpoint the main issue but it falls apart pretty quickly. It is a Kindle Unlimited book, so I might give it a try to finish it.
The narrator was so bad and annoying, I tapped out after 2 chapters. It was so frustrating to listen to and became unbearably annoying.