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Lost & Rich

Narrated by: Tia Johnson
Length: 4 hrs and 24 mins

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Summary

Widowed before her 30th birthday, Gracie Collins has dealt with her share of tragedy. Lonely and on her own, she ends up taking a job with an arrogant boss. Three years later, she’s taken to tolerating him for the sake of entertainment. When she’s not eating the frustrations he’s caused, that is. Everything changes when a stroke of good luck puts Gracie in a position she never imagined. 

Freed of the rat race, she begins contemplating her identity, goals, and dreams. She begins taking chances and expanding her horizons, but is she ready to move on with life, love, and the future? Will her newfound fortune pave the road to happiness? Or, will Gracie find that the wealth has left her poorer than ever before?

©2017 Jude Ouvrard (P)2019 Jude Ouvrard

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  • Lisa Helmick
  • 30-12-19

Love this story!

I loved this story! The characters have a wonderful relationship with each other (Well all except for her boss). When that first kiss came?? Cue the tummy flutters..actually I think they arrived anytime they had scenes together after the accident. I really loved Austin. He became more human as the story progressed and I was pleased and surprised to see that happen to him.

This story was simply wonderful! The characters really had some growth to them.
I did listen to this on audio. Tia Johnson did a good job.

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  • Attia Khan
  • 12-12-19

Humble, sweet and short

This was a cute story about a widow who won the lottery and promised herself to not let it change her. It was a nice change to see someone stay humble and true to herself. Narration was good but the sound quality wasn’t that great. A bit of an echo and sometimes could hear background noise. First time hearing this narrator and she was pretty good. Great for a quick listen.

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  • CS Taylor
  • 12-12-19

Good story Narration not so much

This is a non-bias review. The story was interesting. I like how the hero wasn't the one I thought it was. The heroine was a little whiny. I would have liked more chemistry between the main characters.
The narrator did a good job. The only thing I didn't like was, she sound like she was in a tin can reading the story. She needs a better studio.