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Go Your Own Way

The Parker Sisters, Book 5
Narrated by: Mary Jane Conlon
Series: The Parker Sisters Series, Book 5
Length: 3 hrs and 21 mins

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From a Readers’ Favorite award-winning author and “queen of the family saga” (Aherman) comes the Parker Sisters, a new spin-off series of the Married in Montana series. 

Dealing with the fallout of a costly mistake that has divided the Parker family, Scarlett becomes that girl, the one she never wanted to be. But what everyone doesn’t know about Scarlett Parker is that she suffers from a crushing lack of confidence, which she hides with outrageous behavior. Until one day she sets her mind to going her own way, with big plans for her life that don’t include living the same one as her sisters or having anything to do with her father’s ranch. 

That is until one day, she meets a man who is everything she is not. A man who belongs to no one and turns the tables on Scarlett. She is suddenly the one who is forced to face her hidden fears and the one being tamed.

The Parker Sisters:

  • Thrill of the Chase
  • The Dating Game
  • Play Hard to Get
  • What We Can’t Have
  • Go Your Own Way
©2017 Lorhainne Ekelund (P)2018 Lorhainne Ekelund

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  • Yvonne T. Cruz
  • 02-07-19

A good addition to the series

The audiobook of this last story about the Parker sisters, gives us the story of Scarlett Parker. Though living at home , she’s been estranged from her family after an incident with her younger sister, Morgan.
Scarlett lacks confidence and feels she’s like the square peg in a round hole when it comes to her family.
Trying to find herself and in the process of unsuccessfully passing a driver’s license test, she meets race car driver and the owner of the driving school, Emmett.
During the book we see Scarlett’s confidence grow and finding herself. But life once again throws her a curveball. Will she overcome the new obstacles? Will she stand up for herself? Will she finally find someone who loves her for who she is?
This was another entertaining story by this author.

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  • ButtonsMom2003
  • 31-12-18

Scarlett has finally grown up.

The Parker Sisters has been a fantastic series and Go Your Own Way is one of my favorites. The stories in the series could probably stand alone but I think you will enjoy them much more if you read them in order.

About the narration: This is my third audiobook performed by Mary Jane Conlon; I really love her voice. She doesn't just read the story, she performs it. Her different voices are great and the inflections she gives to the text are right on point. I tend to be hard on female narrators as I usually find their voices just not as pleasing to my ear as a male voice. Mary Jane Conlon is one of the three or four exceptions for me so far.

About the story: Scarlett has done a lot of things to alienate her sisters and give her parents cause to worry about her (you learn about these in the earlier books). In Go Your Own Way she finally realizes the mistakes she's made and we learn more about what her motivations were and how remorseful she is.

She's determined to finally get her driver's license after failing the test more than a couple of times. Her new instructor, Emmett, turns out to be a really hot professional race car driver who purchased the driving school as an investment at a bargain price. The office of the driving school is a mess and Emmett hires Scarlett to bring order to things.

Go Your Own Way is a story with a lot of depth to it. Scarlett needs to repair the damage done to her relationship with her family. Emmett has some personal things happening that cause a rift in their budding relationship. These are just a couple of the things that kept this story interesting.

One of my favorite things about this series is that the books are quick reads/listens; just perfect for an evening's entertainment. Ms. Eckhart does a great job with this length of book and I look forward to reading or listening to more of her work.

A free copy of this audiobook was provided to me by the author but my review is voluntary and not influenced by the author.

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  • brenda hodges
  • 09-11-18

Love it

This was a very good book I recommend this series I’ve loved every book in it that I’ve read I love the