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  • Two Thousand Miles

  • By: Jennifer Davis
  • Narrated by: Meghan Kelly
  • Length: 5 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Romance
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (1 rating)

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Summary

A tragic event forces 17-year-old Kat Parker to move 2,000 miles away from her cushy life in Malibu, California, to a simpler one in Slidell, Louisiana, where she falls for the beautiful Mason Dugas and the Broussards - the family who has taken her in. But Kat fears she may lose them all when the secret she's been keeping is revealed and she's suddenly summoned back to Malibu to settle unfinished business.

©2013 Jennifer Davis (P)2014 Jennifer Davis

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  • Pemberley Proud
  • 01-11-14

Win-Win

Where does Two Thousand Miles rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

The top of the list

What does Meghan Kelly bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Absolutely she does! When I read, I often do not remember to keep accents going nor do I often know the right accent, so to have the narrator "give" me the accent and keep it going is a major plus.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed throughout Kat's time in Louisiana and cried when her "secret" was revealed in the newscast.

Any additional comments?

Disclaimer: Though I had purchased this eBook over a year ago and it has been patiently waiting for my attention since, I volunteered to listen to the audio book version for review. What a happy win-win coincidence - a book off Mount TBR and an honest review freely given! As this is a review, not a summary of the story, please refer to the book blurb or look to other reviewers' summaries for a plot description -- this review will be kept spoiler free.

This is a 275 page, or just under a 6-hour, new adult romance with a bit of mystery & suspense and a few HEAs. This does not end with a cliffhanger, but can conceivably be turned into a series with additional books focused on other characters or couples. The audio book was narrated by Meghan Kelly and she is the reason this 3-star "good book" has been bumped up to a 4-star rating. Please do not interpret that negatively; a three-star rating is a good book.

While I cannot speak to the grammar/punctuation editing as I listened to the book and didn't read it, the characters were well drawn, full of life and believable. I felt for our Hero and our Heroine in their situations, in their connection and their separation and so on. The opening chapter successfully created my interest, the comradery among the characters held my interest and the "secret" kept my interest piqued. Ms Kelly added accent, tone and emotion to the black typeface. She performed well with the varied voices, male and female, younger and older. Thank goodness for her southern accents to help keep me grounded in Louisiana.

The 16- to 18-year old teenagers, making up the majority of the cast, behaved older than their years turning this possibly Young Adult story into a New Adult. The alcohol consumption, cussing and premarital sex definitely moves this story away from YA to NA categorization.

Personally, I want characters to have common sense, intelligence (for their age) and manners, who are wholesome, generally honest and vibrant. It is a turn-off for me to read stories cast with inconceivably naive (for their age), flippant, thoughtless, self-centered, and/or emotion-driven characters. To have a variety of characters is all well and good, but to have the hero and heroine so faulted makes the story unbelievable, unrealistic and illogical. Miss Davis has created a cast of believable characters. While our Heroine needs to be a minor for a certain element of the mystery portion to make sense, our teenagers come across as being 20-somethings. Though it is my personal opinion that 16- to 18-year-old children should not have free reign with alcohol, even if Mama does keep their keys and only allows the consumption of alcohol in front of her, this aspect of the story did not sit well with me, but I could still hold with it because of the kind of open parent Mrs. Broussard was and that she was offset by the parenting style of her sister, Marion.

If you enjoy New Adult, even if you are well beyond the "new adult" age group, I think you will enjoy your time spent reading this book. If you have the ability to listen to this story, I think you will enjoy this story more because of the narrator's performance. This is a light, easy, interesting read. If you only have short bits of time available to read, this book can be put down and picked up easily without losing track of events in the story line.

Thank you Ms Davis and Ms Kelly.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 03-11-15

Cute story!

What did you love best about Two Thousand Miles?

Two Thousand Miles was really cute and easy to listen to non-stop. Great story.

What did you like best about this story?

I loved the process of her adapting to the new surroundings. Going from world of nice things to mud and country living. Living in a small town helped me relate to this story.

What about Meghan Kelly’s performance did you like?

Once again a great performance by Meghan Kelly she does a great job!

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I did. It was interesting and well written.

Any additional comments?

Worth the time. If you need a cute romance with a little murder mystery this is a great short read.

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  • Marla
  • 31-03-20

From riches to rags

Kat comes from a world with private jets and $800 purses and is sent to a home in Louisiana. Staying in a home that was low keyed and low budget. No maids, no cooks. Quite the change from her life in Los Angeles. She falls for one of the guys that are in Louisiana but can they have a relationship 2000 miles apart? I always enjoy Meghan Kelly's performances this one was a treat as always.


This book was given to me for free at my request for a voluntary review.

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  • Monique Pearson
  • 24-11-15

Eh it was okay

Storyline lacked believability, but the narrator did a great job of playing all the characters distinctly.

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  • Katlyn
  • 20-09-15

Cute YA romance with tons of drama!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

It depends on the friend and their view of drama, because this book has tons of it! If they liked the genre, then certainly!

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I liked seeing Louisiana and its culture, as I have never been there. Also, I loved her new friendships! Even more than the romance actually. The ending however was so cheesy! It's just so... perfectly wrapped up and the dialogue seemed fake.

Have you listened to any of Meghan Kelly’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have never. I actually expected her voice to be too.... mature for a YA book based on listening to some of her other book previews, but it was actually quite soothing as others have said.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Not particularly. I did of course, laugh, because some parts were pretty fun, However, it hasn't stuck around in my head and didn't make me cry.

Any additional comments?

Cute book! Not entirely what I am into because I couldn't really get immersed in the book, but it was entertaining and I got through it quickly! Oh, and I was given a copy by the narrator in exchange for an honest review, and this did not impact my review in any way.

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  • Deedra
  • 22-04-15

Two Thousand Miles

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This was a nice YA read.I was gifted the audible version for an honest review.Th storyline was interesting from the start.A teen is sent to live w/strangers for reasons we aren't told at the beginning.There are frogs legs, romance,drama and a bit of mystery thrown into this story.Meghan Kellys narration is at times a soothing steady rhythm and other times just the right voice for each character.

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  • dk.bookworm
  • 23-03-15

charming YA romance

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a charming young adult audiobook.
I have listened and really enjoyed to quite a few Y/A books, dispite being over 3 times older than intended age group. This time I did feel that this one perhaps apeals slightly more to the younger audience.
this one has a great friendly feel about it , the main character being taken under the wings of the the family as if adopted and then falling for one of the "gang" , so lot's of typical teenage problems and relationships, ups and downs.
All that said it was still a pleasant listen . Brought to life by Meghan Kellys wonderfull narration.

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  • Hugh Duneghy II
  • 13-12-14

Not my typical fare, but I enjoyed it!

What did you love best about Two Thousand Miles?

The narration made it engaging. The clear distinction between the characters made it enjoyable for me.

What did you like best about this story?

I like the sense of humor.

What does Meghan Kelly bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Meghan's voice was engaging and soothing at the same time.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

No there wasn't, but I cared about the characters and I wanted to know how it ended.

Any additional comments?

I enjoyed Meghan's narration immensely. I would also be eager to listen to any other books that she has narrated.

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  • Anna Vanti
  • 06-11-14

A very beautiful love story

What made the experience of listening to Two Thousand Miles the most enjoyable?

Meghan Kelly of course and her magic voice!

What other book might you compare Two Thousand Miles to and why?

Every book is unique and Two Thousand Miles is one of them.

What about Meghan Kelly’s performance did you like?

An overall excellent performance, magnificent voice and Southern accent making all characters special. I really love this woman's voice, she makes a good book just EXCELLENT!

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It made me laugh many times and I really enjoyed it very much. Also the dramatic scenes of the accident and the kidnapping were beautifully given.

Any additional comments?

Thank you very much Jennifer Davis and Meghan Kelly, you both ROCK!

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  • Karianne
  • 20-10-14

brought you into the heart of the story

Would you try another book from Jennifer Davis and/or Meghan Kelly?

YES!

What did you like best about this story?

the complex character relationships and plot

What does Meghan Kelly bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

brought you in as a bystander to storyline.

Could you see Two Thousand Miles being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

rachel mc adams