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Summary

Brice Henderson traded everything for power and success. His company was closing a deal that would cement his spot at the top. The last thing he needed was a distraction from the past. Lena Razzi had spent years trying to forget Brice Henderson. When offered the opportunity of a lifetime, would she take the risk even if the price would be another broken heart?

Do you love stories from this world? Continue with Always Mine from my sister, Ruth Cardello. Her series will mirror my timeline. It isn't necessary to read hers to enjoy mine, but it sure will enhance the fun!

©2015 Jeannette Winters (P)2016 Jeannette Winters

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looking forward to book 2

Easy read. Fast moving. Definitely makes you want to read the next book in the series.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24-02-17

Narration

This was a pretty good story. However the Narrator was terrible, she made the male sound like a crotchety old man and the female sound like a silly teen. I did finish this story, but was tempted to read it instead of listening to it. I took note of the readers name and will avoid anything she does.

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  • SCavs
  • 02-11-17

hard to listen to Narrator

Story was ok. Basic and familiar story line, but the Narrator was awful. Hard to distinguish what was a thought from actual dialog and the voices for men and women were cartoonish and irritating to listen to. If she had done the character voices like her own 'narration' parts, it may have been easier to listen to.

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  • Maggie
  • 20-01-18

Voice acting was terrible

The story itself was entertaining. The narration was terrible. Especially Leena’s voice. All the women spoke in fake whispering voices that I found demeaning to the characters. It was also difficult to tell when one of the characters was having thoughts or dialogue. The men had angry and forceful voices that was not necessarily called for in the dialogue. I will be avoiding books narrated by Robin Rowan

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  • Krisss
  • 02-07-17

classic cheesy romance but read poorly

most of the female voices sounded breathless. very annoying. tone didn't always seem to match with what was being said. very distracting.

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  • L. Coco
  • 03-05-17

Horrible Narrator!

What disappointed you about One White Lie?

I could not get past the second chapter because the narrator's voice was like fingernails on a chalkboard. The female voice sounded like a 60 year old woman trying to sound like a child and the male's voice was whiny. Ugh! Who cares if the story is good or not if you can't get past that annoying narration?

Has One White Lie turned you off from other books in this genre?

I'll make a note of the narrator and never listen to another book read by her.

What didn’t you like about Robin Rowan’s performance?

Why is this person performing professionally? Really - why?

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from One White Lie?

I don't know. I couldn't get past the second chapter.

Any additional comments?

I'd rather listen to a college professor drone on incessantly about history than listen to another book performed by this narrator.

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  • Bonita Luz
  • 29-03-17

Poor narration

Story line was ok, but narration made Lena sound weak and was distracting to me. I ended up reading the book instead of listening

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  • Renae Beushausen
  • 15-03-17

Bad Narrator

I couldn't finish it because the narrator made the female sound like a little girl and the male sound like a spoiled brat.

I gave the story a 3 because I didn't finish due to the bad narrator

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  • Chad H
  • 03-03-17

Terrible Narration...

I don't know if the story was good or not. I'll have to try reading the book, I couldn't get past the first couple chapters listening to the narrator.

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  • Michelle Eriksen
  • 02-11-16

One White Lie

What did you like best about this story?

Brice and Lena are a great couple. I love that they find each other again.

Which character – as performed by Robin Rowan – was your favorite?

I like them all :)

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I love to just sit and enjoy reading, but having it on audio allows me to listen while I'm working and doing other things. The best of both worlds

Any additional comments?

Lena Razzi has a secret, and when she is hired to be a temporary executive assistant it is an answer to her prayers and a great opportunity, but finding out that her old boyfriend Brice Henderson is her new boss threatens to expose the secret that she has guarded so closely.

Love Brice and Lena as a couple and this series is really neat. Jeannette makes reading her stories like coming to visit friends you don't see that often and I can't wait to visit them again.

There are three authors working together and writing stories that interact.

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  • Karen
  • 29-10-16

Only one little lie

What made the experience of listening to One White Lie the most enjoyable?

The story was a very good one and held my interest from the beginning to the end

What did you like best about this story?

How strong Lena was in standing up to Brice

What about Robin Rowan’s performance did you like?

she did a great job of bringing the story to life

Any additional comments?

Loved the ebook and the audio version was just as good and I really loved it