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All We Knew

The Cabots, Book 2
Narrated by: Siiri Scott
Length: 11 hrs and 2 mins
5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)
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Summary

For Hunter and Sara, getting married was easy. It's staying together that's the true test of love...

Hunter Cabot deeply loves two things: the international tea company he's helped his father build, and his wife, Sara. From the moment he first saw her wide smile on their college campus years ago, Hunter fell hard. Yet now, with other family members pushing to sell the thriving business and Sara grieving their failure to start a family, he's suddenly facing the crushing loss of both.

The relentless ambition that Sara once admired in Hunter is now driving them apart. Each missed doctor's appointment, neglected dinner date, and family squabble accentuates their differing priorities. Still, Sara struggles to create the home life they'd envisioned, until unsettling developments - both personal and professional - push them to the breaking point.

When love is put to the ultimate test, can Hunter and Sara stop fighting each other long enough to fight for their marriage?

©2018 Jamie Beck (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved

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Come on baby light my life.

The first book of Jamie’s I read intrigued me in the fact it had in depth sight into a social and individual problems. This book, although not my usual genre, has all those attributes and is still a great read .

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  • Janet L. Lear
  • 25-03-19

Love all Jamie Beck audiobooks--; the series ones

Loved this second of three in the Cabot series--you can really get into her storyline and almost be there.. love, love all her works.

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  • Patricia Mcinerney
  • 22-02-19

About true life!

Jamie Beck really hit the nail on the head with this one! This book talked about how a couple overcomes not being able to have children of there own, n how they can work through everything if you work together!!

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  • J. Williams
  • 18-10-18

I would give this book a 8/10.

The story progresses rather slow throughout the book but it was actually a great book! Towards the end, i couldn’t stop listening! The narration was okay. Ive heard better. There was a few mistakes but overall not bad. I enjoy the Cabot family.

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  • S. Homer
  • 03-10-18

Characters are Awful Human Beings

I enjoyed the first novel in the series. However, in this second one Hunter and Sarah become more and more unlikeable characters by the page. The moments where their poor decisions or outlooks on life are excused fail to actually create any sympathy for the characters. It made me feel gross listening to them.

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  • Chadpup
  • 19-09-18

Narrater issues

I didn’t even get past the first chapter. I couldn’t keep listening to the narrater. I love the first book. I think I’ll read this one on my kindle.

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  • Bookin it
  • 04-06-18

Heavy Reading

I don’t mind serious plotline however it seems that with the Cabots series it’s more serious than I would prefer it stays heavy throughout the book until you get to the very end and then finally relief from the constant tug-of-war of the heavy emotions it’s not a relaxing read but it’s not terrible to read.

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  • ChrisChris
  • 12-05-18

All we Knew

Great read with depth of character development. I'm awaiting final installment that focuses on Gentry. Happy reading

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  • Christine M
  • 05-05-18

Great book to listen to!

This book was an emotional read/listen for me. IVF is such a personal thing to go through and Sara and Hunter broke my heart as they navigated through their journey. Marriage is hard and when you meet in college and 14 years pass, you change as people and as a couple. Hunter and Sara have some tough things to face in this book and my heart went out to them. I thought the writing was great and I definitely shed a few tears. The Cabot family is one that is pretty dysfunctional, but yet, they love each other. I can't wait to see what Gentry's book brings and where this family is headed. I've really enjoyed the first two books in the series. This could be read as a standalone, but I think you get more out of it, if you read book 1 first.

The only thing that I think would have made a better narration is for a man to have read Hunter's part. The narrator did a good job with all of the different characters, but I really like to hear a man read a man's POV.

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  • Kans
  • 03-03-18

Loved It

I wasn't super thrilled with The Cabots Book 1 as it was a little different kind of Jamie Beck. However, I really enjoyed this book and hope there is a third in the story too.

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  • C. Lowdermilk
  • 24-02-18

Sara is clueless

The narrator is pretty good but you will catch yourself yelling at the main character.