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Changing Forever

Narrated by: Jennifer Mack, Eric G. Dove
Length: 8 hrs and 50 mins
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I’ve always let my past dictate my future, letting it paint a picture of exactly what I don’t want to be. Where I don’t want to end up.

Drake Chambers is as arrogant as I am stubborn. A college quarterback, a national star. I thought he was just another one of those guys…the type every girl should stay away from, but he’s carrying more than the weight of the football team on his shoulders.

He unravels the feelings and beliefs I’ve held on to for so long. I thought we had it all figured out. Two people who’d finally found their happily ever after, but the past always has a way of sneaking into the present.

With one decision, everything changes…forever.

©2014 Lisa De Jong (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • Shelia B
  • 06-10-18

Better than the First?

I really like the first book, once I got past the tears and heartbreak, but I think I liked this one better. In the first one, I didn't like who the main female character ended up with, I do now. But in this one. I just liked it all the way through. I know the leading male was an ass at times but he had his reasons. And the female had her reasons for being upset with him. But the ending was wonderfully sweet. I liked both of these characters. The only problem I've found with this author is the inconsistencies that she sometimes has in the books themselves and the series as a whole. I would listen to this one again. Not so much the first one, but only because of the heartbreak and tears it caused.