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Author Anonymous Audiobook

Author Anonymous: A True Story

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Publisher's Summary

A true story told through the voice of New York Times best-selling author E. K. Blair. An intoxicatingly risqué stand-alone book.

She's an author.
She's a mother.
She's a wife.
She's a fraud, a woman marked and bound by her own deceit.

Experience the astounding tale of how Anonymous battled through a year of scandals and betrayals, how her world fell from its axis with a single choice, and how she lost herself between reality and fantasy.

This is a stand-alone true story tangled in lust, heartbreak, and contrition.

©2016 E. K. Blair (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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  • Deedra
    houston, TX, United States
    17/03/17
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    "LORD HELP ME I NEED ZANAX!!!!"
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    I just don't know what to say. I could not imagine living that misery. My anxiety was so high reading this book because I can not understand how she allowed herself to slip so low for what was nothing but sex (great sex)😝. But it's not worth your family. I was just so pissed at her and wanted to shake her a say " Bitch Check Yourself "I really enjoyed the book but I could never listen to it again unless I had an IV tap of zanax. Enter at you own risk

    6 of 6 people found this review helpful
  • Cyndi
    Michigan
    12/03/17
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    "WOW just WOW... and the narration WOW!!!!"


    WOW just WOW! I was told by many that this book was so good I would hate it ....I was so confused by that but in the end I understand what they meant even if I didn't feel the same. I didn't hate anything about this book. I did have a lot of opinions about the choices made by Anonymous but for the most part I could see how most of this "could" happen to someone who isn't "that kind of person". I think knowing this is a true story made this book even better for me because when I read I know its fiction so I don't spend the entire book questioning their actions and comparing it to real life situations but with this one I analyzed so much of this story while I was reading it. I really enjoyed the bits of the Indie Author community too. I spent those parts trying to imagine who everyone could be in real life.

    E.K. Blair wrote the story perfectly, she detailed everything so I was questioning the choices made but at the same time I was thinking wow the sex was HOT! It almost felt like a non-fiction story written into an erotica fiction book if that make sense.

    I've listened to literally tons of Elena Wolfe narrated books but this one really was one I would call her best work! She was fabulous in this audiobook!

    9 of 10 people found this review helpful
  • Vicki
    Alpharetta, GA, USA
    03/11/16
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    "NOT FOR ME TO JUDGE"

    All I can say is just buy the book. You won't be sorry.

    e.k. blair did a fantastic job in writing the true story of Anonymous.

    Elena Wolfe gave an all consuming performance. I really like her male voice.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Mina4488
    08/12/16
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    "Wow"

    What an emotional roller coaster!
    Resonated with the main characters brutal honesty. Her emotional turmoil was describing someone who is addicted to drugs/alcohol. Little disappointed in the ending. Felt saddened for her as her life would never be the same. Hope she has found some peace in her life. Can happen to the best of us.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • HAYDEE NOHEMY WILSON
    23/11/16
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    "i can only say wow!!"

    As much as I like the author, this time this book hit home for me. For the character her ordeal lasted a year, mine has been going on for about 7 years. I loved it, I felt for Victoria's pain and I've cried for me.
    Who ever this story is based on thank you for being brave and I hope you found your happiness. I know I haven't, but I'm still hopping

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Amanda
    07/11/16
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    "WOW!!!!!"

    All I can really say is WOW! This book is so raw and real. It is a definite must read/listen. You will not be disappointed!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Zara Quintana
    03/11/16
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    "Award Worthy Writing and Narrator Performance"
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    I absolutely loved this audiobook. I could totally relate to Anonymous and felt Elena Wolfe should receive an award for her performance and portrayal of Anonymous!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Angela Brothers
    23/10/16
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    "Thank You Author Anonymous for opening up your chest and exposing your heart and soul to all who will listen..."

    First, a sincere Thank You goes out to Author Anonymous for bearing her heart and soul, exposing all her heartache, darkness, pain, love lost, regret, and her raw sewage. She did it freely knowing she'd be judged harshly, so Author Anonymous you are a STRONG, BRAVE, and COURAGEOUS woman, who deserves NOT TO BE JUDGED, or RIDICULED, but AWARDED and THANKED, and SINCERELY APPRECIATED for ALL THAT YOU HAD SACRIFICED FOR YOUR STORY TO COME OUT AND TO HELP MANY WOMEN IN SIMILAR SITUATIONS AS YOURSELF, SO AGAIN, THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART FOR YOUR STORY!!!
    E.K Blair, your a talented author, but this book, is your ACADEMY AWARD, EMMY, GRAMMY, TONY, YOUR MASTERPIECE, YOUR PULITZER, YOUR BEST WRITTEN WORK EVER, YOUR PERFECTION!!!
    I have read Author Anonymous, but listening to the story and read by the ever amazing Elena Wolfe makes it that much more REAL and POWERFUL!!!! Don't miss the opportunity to listen to Elena Wolfe, read Author E.k Blair's amazing book written in her own words, the true story of one author's emotional journey in AUTHOR ANONYMOUS!!!!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Lazlo Shaw
    21/10/16
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    "A heartfelt story."

    It was a hard story to listen. Listening to how the main character made her choices, and then justified her actions and about what she did, still makes me shake my head.
    I learned a great deal about how some women think and deal with there actions and will be forever grateful for the insight.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Shannon Cole
    Maryland
    15/11/17
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    "An Emotional Ride!!!"

    Addictive, intoxicating, and heartbreaking. A story with such an emotional impact that I'm left with a tightness in my chest that will not let up.
    A true story of one woman's betrayal and one mans determination to fight to hold onto the woman he loves.
    This story hits too close to home.
    Yes, I hated Tori. I thought she was selfish, immature, needy, and emotionally unstable. But I felt for her on so many levels. I could understand the rush and the high that she got from living with Alec in her "fantasy" world. I could understand the need to lie to Landon and escape from her life of normalcy and routine. But I did not like it one bit.
    As a wife, a mother, and a full time worker, I know the weight the world places on you and the struggle to feel something "more". However, this is where as a woman you have to make a decision and choose what you want. Just like the saying "the 80/20 rule".
    You have the 80% at home, so is it worth giving up that 80% for the 20% even though it feels so good??
    I understand how in the beginning it was easier to keep living the lie, but I feel like "Tori" did it for far too long. A few days, weeks, maybe even a month or two but for an entire year?!? I can't comprehend how she could live in Lies for so long. I feel if she really cared about her husband and family at all, her conscience and the weight of her actions would have to be ripping her apart by then. So I can only sum it up to pure selfishness on her part. And I still can't get over the fact that she never redeemed herself by finally telling the truth. That's the part that bothers me the most.
    Was telling her story a way for her to confess her sins in full. Maybe a part of her was hoping her husband would know and read this book. Like an easy out to finally confess without having to give him the truth face to face, taking the cowards way out.
    Needless to say, she is human and people make mistakes. I just felt so bad for Landon and for her baby girls who were neglected by her and left in limbo while she lost control of herself to feed an addiction. Because that's what Alec was, an Addiction. She made him out to be something he was not. He was exciting, different and a momentary high.
    Everything she was searching for, she already had at home and threw it away.
    After reading her story and living her lie, I truly feel she will never be satisfied. The trust and purity of her life with Landon will never be the same. She'll always secretly be searching for that high, thinking about the self fulfillment she experienced in another mans arms. I don't feel her story is finished. Unfortunately for her, there's more to come.
    I applaude "Anonymous" for telling her story and I sympathize for the struggle her family has faced.
    This had to be difficult to share but so many authors and readers needed to know. The world that has been drawn up in the romance community has left many woman questioning what they have and what they want based on what we think a relationship should be like from living in our "fantasies".
    This story is raw. It's painful and gut-wrenching but most of all it's heartbreaking.
    I cried so many tears and was so wrapped up in the hurt but I learned so much from Tori and I thank her for that. Because after reading her tragedy and living through the pain, I put my book down and crawled into my husband's arms and had him hold me for so long that I grew a new found respect for what we have. Yes, every marriage goes through hardships, and every relationship struggles at times to hold onto their love but it's how we handle those times and learn from them that help us grow.
    I just hope that Tori learned from her mistakes and if she honestly still reached out to Alec months after the storm, I have a feeling she hasn't learned the lesson of her own story which is truly a shame.
    Anyway, enough about my personal feelings. I just had to share.
    Now on to E.K. Blair.
    Her words gripped my heart and intoxicated every nerve ending in my body igniting feelings in me that I have never experienced while reading a book before.
    Her writing is flawless and her ability to tap into every one of my senses with just once sentence is profound. I could feel her compassion for Tori and Landon and I think she told the story with so much heart.
    I listened to this on audio and Elena Wolfe couldn't have told the story better.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

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