If you like Jill Shalvis and Kristin Hannah, you’ll love Jennifer Ryan’s exciting new novel, where a young woman has the chance to rebuild her life and become the woman she was always meant to be....
An inheritance she never expected...
After serving time for a crime she didn’t commit, Evangeline returns home to discover her father left her solely responsible for the family’s failing ranch, her mother blames her for her father’s death, and her brothers want her out of their way. With her family’s future squarely on her shoulders, she desperately searches for ways to save their home - before they lose everything.
A chance to right past mistakes...
Her only ally: Chris Chambers. The cop who sent her away is positive she took the fall for someone else. And if she helps him track down the real criminals, he’ll clear her record. But the closer Evangeline and Chris get to exposing the truth - and to each other - the deeper Evangeline is drawn into a dangerous sting that will finally bring her justice and pave the way for a bright future.
Ce que les auditeurs disent de The Me I Used to Be
okay story, dragging
Narrator good. Story with lots of dragging between events, lots of the same complaining that seems like filler dialogue just to get to next event/point. Inappropriate sex scenes, completely unnecessary. Won't listen to this author again.
Loved this Book!
Jennifer Ryan is one of my favorite writers, and this book is one of her best! The story was captivating...the narrator was perfect. Once I started I was up half the night in order to finish, couldn’t walk away from it. Thank you Jennifer...keep them coming. I love all your books.