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  • By: Sally Bryan
  • Narrated by: Ginny Ellis
  • Length: 5 hrs and 38 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Trapped

By: Sally Bryan
Narrated by: Ginny Ellis
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Summary

She wanted to hate her....

But fate has different plans.

When Jessica loses her place in the volleyball squad to the beautiful Katelyn, the same girl who recently stole her boyfriend, she withdraws into her shell in an effort to protect her sanity. 

Only, destiny insists on bringing the two fierce rivals closer together. 

Jessica is mortified when on the team ski trip to Italy, a cruel joke forces them to share a cabin. 

The wounds are still raw. Just as tensions are about to overheat, disaster strikes in the form of an avalanche, trapping the girls inside. 

Can they work together to overcome the many obstacles nature has thrown at them? Will rescue ever come? Can they survive? 

The close confines of their prison fills Jessica with doubt. Could she really be developing strong feelings not only for a woman, but one she hates more than anyone else in the world? 

And can they forget their grudges long enough to maybe, just maybe fall in love? 

You’ll adore this best-selling, steamy lesbian romance because everyone loves an Italian adventure with a twist. 

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©2004 Sally Bryan (P)2019 Sally Bryan
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Falling in love with your team player

This is the first time I listened to this author and narrator, and I was impressed.
I really enjoyed the story.
This is a love and hate falling in love story, jess hates katelyn as she stole jess’s boyfriend and takes her place on the volley team.
Then there caught in an averlache and they look after each other and fall in love.
I will say the narration was great but the voices are very similar but you could tell them apart.

This is the first time I listened to this author and narrator and I was impressed.

Jess hates Katelyn after Katelyn stole her boyfriend James from her. There is also another problem, Jess and Katelyn are on the same volleyball team too, after Katelyn comes back after being out due to injury and takes Jess’s spot on the team as they play the same position, it’s another reason Jess hates Katelyn.

Then they are going on a week trip to Italy to Ski and they end up having to stay in the same cabin, then the avalanche comes.
What will happen? Jess hates Katelyn will they both survive, will they talk it out, will they be silent with each other.

I really did enjoy this book though, as I really did feel all the correct emotions that Jess would feel given the circumstances. It was written from the point of view of Jess. I loved the voice for Jess and I loved how it was read, I would have liked the other voices to be a bit more different to Jessie’s so I could differentiate them more.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-02-19

A REALLY good enemies to lovers story

The protagonist is SO GAY and doesn't even realize it for most of the book. I like that you stick with Jess' point of view for the entire book. For this kind of story it works well to have the reader not fully aware of the love interest's motivations. I mean, you can mostly figure it out, but there's enough ambiguity that you can understand the protagonist's insecurities when it comes to their love interest. A good book well narrated.

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  • Sondra A., Cobb
  • 12-02-19

Unexpectedly Very Good!

I'd never heard of this author but the storyline looked good and the narrator sounded impressive by the sample (plus, I loved that the women played on a sports team) so I purchased "Trapped" and was happy I did. I enjoyed the characters and the witty dialogue. the women dont get along and end up trapped in a cabin in avalanche... great listen!

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  • Kim
  • 16-02-19

Trapped

I read a lot of lesbian romance, and one of the things I appreciated about Trapped is that the characters didn't have sex just because they could. Don't get me wrong, there was definitely some temptation, and (pardon the word) titillation, but the main characters didn't just fall into each others' hoohas. I enjoyed the writing, though there was a sponge bath scene that felt super contrived, and the sex scene had some awkward vocabulary thrown in (my wife and I especially enjoyed "essence", and the retractable fingers and tongues were quite intriguing).
The narrator had a nice voice, but there was no differentiation in tone between the different characters.
I will look for more by Ms. Bryan.

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  • Lifeisshort
  • 31-01-19

Pacing Problem

This had all the properties of being a really good lesbian turning romance novel. To begin with there was the falling for the woman who stole your man angle; hopefully to be a regular theme of country music in the 2030's. In addition to that the added conflict of these women being teammates on a volleyball team, well it has some really good elements. Unfortunately this book comes off as a fleshed out novella in which the writer adds a good deal of meaningless detail to the story rather than adding an additional element or expanding the role of a minor character. As a result the pace of the book drags and it becomes a matter of patience to limit the amount of times you execute the fast forward arrows. On the other hand if your preference is for expanded detail this will most likely be a lezrom that you will enjoy immensely.

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  • RdKill51
  • 30-10-20

Cheeky Cow!

This was the second book I read about being trapped, I was pleased that the women were doing everything they could to survive. Off to my next adventure.

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  • GAILE T.
  • 01-11-20

Nice & quiet love

Trapped by Sally Bryan was a very well written story of an enemy to friends romance. The pace, timing, and landscape of this novel/audiobook was expertly laid to make the romance between Jess and Katelyn very believable. This tale comes with a bit of a twist. The lithe of Ginny Ellis's voice was a pleasant narration, and made listening very enjoyable.

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  • Carolyn G. Manuel
  • 21-10-20

Ski Trip From Hell

Jessica loses her boyfriend and place on the volleyball team to Katelyn the Beautiful. Now she can’t get out of the ski trip to Italy meant to be a team bonding experience. Forced to share cabin after an avalanche buried them they have to learn to cooperate in order to survive. Enemies to lovers romance with erotic scenes. Great performance. Recommend.

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  • RNPride
  • 21-08-20

An interesting and enjoyable book

I very much enjoyed this book. it was a different story line than I've read before. The narration was good but sometimes I found it a little difficult to distinguish which person was speaking. I do expect that I will listen to this book again in the future. This is my first book by this author but I certainly expect to read more.

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  • Tonja
  • 27-03-20

How Long Should Someone Pause for Punctuation?

There is pausing for punctuation and then there is taking a nap in the shade for it. Ginny Ellis is definitely the latter. At first it was only slightly annoying. Towards the end it kinda felt like ... torture is too harsh, so whatever would fall under that. Other than that the story line was pretty good. There was only one part that had me saying, Really? And even though that part greatly influenced the plot it didn't completely ruin the book.

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  • deb
  • 24-10-19

aww I loved it

I really loved this story. It felt so surreal for the two characters in the story. It's a short read and worth the time to listen.