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Unknown Forces

By: Samantha Hicks
Narrated by: Renee Elizabeths
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Summary

Jennifer Wilson spent the last 17 years raising her younger sister Kelsey, after a boating accident killed their parents. It hasn’t always been easy - especially with her sister’s best friend, Riley Blake, always hanging around. Riley hasn’t had an easy life either. Growing up with an alcoholic father, abandoned by her mother when she was 10, Riley has learned to cope with being on her own. Her friendship with Kelsey is the only thing steadfast in her life, and she cherishes it.

When tragedy and secrets emerge, Jennifer and Riley must learn to lean on each other. The growing attraction between them only complicates matters. When events conspire to keep them apart, will they trust the unknown forces that keep pushing them together, or hide from their feelings forever?

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Really enjoyed the story but not the narration.

This is the first book I have listened to by this author.

This is a well written, unique story which kept my interest. It had good flow and character development and angst. It was an endearing and heartwarming read and emotional towards the end and believable. I very much enjoyed the story and the way it was written and the characters.

But at times, for me, the narrator spoke very fast and I struggled to get used to her pace and accent. ( I’m English ). I was unsure why the narrator was American when the story was set in England. This makes no sense to me at alI. I feel an English narrator would have given the story much more authenticity. It also sounded echoey which is not what I’m used to when listening to Audible books and this was frustrating.

I have to be honest and say that I was dismayed with the narration. For me as a listener, i expect the narrator to authenticate the location of the story. This did not succeed in my opinion. I would prefer to read this story rather than listen to it due to this main reason.

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omg what a story must have book

what a story made me laugh-cry I felt everything the main characters went through this book is a definitely top 5 must-have

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boring

the story between the sisters was solid that's it. three friendship with the sister and best friend also solid. that's it. the rest of the story was so boring. And maybe that has more to do with there narrator. this book is set in England and should've had an English narrator or someone who can narrate with a proper English accent.

the authenticity of the relationships also felt... eh. no I wouldn't recommend this book. I wanted a book that would hug me like a hot blanket on a cold day with hot chocolate. it didn't.