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The One That Got Away

Written by: Lucy Dawson
Narrated by: Karen Cass
Length: 10 hrs
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A deliciously dark cautionary tale about falling in love with someone you shouldn't have.  

Would you risk your future for a night with your past?  

Molly Greene loves being married. Exciting adventures lie ahead for her and husband, Dan, that will change their lives forever, but Molly's not sure they're making the right choices.  

While teetering on the brink of the biggest decision she's ever faced, she sends an impulsive message to the very last person she ought to contact, someone who should have stayed forgotten and is now coming looking for her.  

When he finds her, there is no turning back. One night is all it takes to threaten everything she holds dear - for good.

©2010 Lucy Dawson (P)2019 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • Keri
  • 2019-03-24

Predictable

Really funny in parts and a great narrator but overall, so predictable it made me feel uncomfortable.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-01-20

The main character ugh

I love all of Lucy Dawson’s books but this one, not so much. Why? I hated the main character bc unlike the rest of her main characters in other books, she was weak and well, dumb. Like, so unintelligent. It reminded me of the main character from the 50 shades series: who I LOATHED.

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  • Alyssa Mueller
  • 2019-12-24

Frustrating

This book actually made me angry.
The only characters I liked were the main characters two best friends.
The main character didn’t stick up for herself, and her husband was a whiny baby.

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  • Judith
  • 2019-07-21

She has written a psychological thriller in refreshing unique way!

What an amazing book, I am a really huge fan of Lucy Dawson. Like all of her books this one solidly held my interest and curiosity, as her writing style draws you in and her characters are so real.
Her main character is so narcissistic that a reader may not like her, but she is surrounded by such well developed, interesting, lovable and loving supporting characters that one hangs in there hoping to find some redeeming qualities, as she continues to mess up and make every situation about her self.

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  • Phelan Galligan
  • 2019-04-22

Great narrator

The ending was very anticlimatic. It just ended abruptly with no explanation. Kind of disappointing.