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Unspoken

Written by: Lisa Jackson
Narrated by: Alyssa Bresnahan
Length: 12 hrs and 26 mins
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Lisa Jackson is the USA Today best-selling author of Whispers and has over three million copies of her thrilling romances in print. In Unspoken, Shelby Cole has returned to Bad Luck, Texas, to search for the daughter she once believed was dead. Fearing a confrontation with a hated man from her past, there is only one person Shelby can turn to - childhood love Nevada Smith.
©1999 Lisa Jackson (P)2004 Recorded Books,LLC

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  • ray herzberg
  • 2019-05-01

pretty cheesy

the mystery behind the murder was interesting enough, but the dialog between characters didn't seem natural. Especially Shelby's. I also did not understand her being so intent to stay away from Nevada. He never pushed her away or rejected her, so it didn't make sense. after the big buildup of what happened to Shelby's daughter, it was a pretty anti-climatic ending.

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  • stephanie m godown
  • 2019-03-30

awesome book

really enjoyed, kept me interested the whole way thru. really enjoy reading books from this author

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  • Tina Ratttay-Green
  • 2018-03-03

Good

this was a very good book and the narration was wonderful. this is one of those books that if you don't pay close attention, you can and will get lost

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  • Jackie
  • 2009-04-22

Unrealistic, but I got thru it

The beginning of the book is hard to get thru, but starts to pay off finally toward the end.The emotions toward her lover seems real enough, but totally unbelievable and sometimes non-existent regarding the loss of her daughter. Like "woops, you did a bad thing, but o well"

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