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Bittersweet

Written by: Kimberly Loth
Narrated by: Marissa Pistone
Length: 6 hrs and 30 mins

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Every Sunday Savannah Ray gets an email from her dead dad. She doesn't know how the emails work but she's finally ready to start looking for answers. To find those answers she has to go to the one place she swore she'd never set foot in after he died - Haunted Valley, the amusement park. Once there and on the hunt for answers she is distracted by the charming Dallas and falls hard for him. When the answers she finds aren't what she expected and Dallas betrays her, Savannah must make a choice - succumb to the insanity that destroyed her father or find the strength to rise above it.

©2015 Kimberly Loth (P)2015 Kimberly Loth
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  • 2020-05-30

Emotional rollercoaster; amazing story

I usually only read fantasy books, but since I love all of Kimberly Loth's other books, I decided to give this one a try. Man, am I glad I did. I don't think I've ever felt so many emotions while reading a book before! I couldn't wait to see what happened, but at the same time enjoyed reading about the experiences in detail as they happened. Such a good, though sad, story.

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  • Michele Thompson
  • 2019-11-29

Was ok

I love her books bit this one was not one of my favorites. I couldn't stand the main character, which is probably why i didnt enjoy the book..

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  • blue_river @AudiobookObsession
  • 2019-10-29

Bittersweet

This book will give you a hangover and a half! How do you overcome and move on from something so painful? We do find out happy future by the end but the hits that kept coming had me wondering for a while. Great book.