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Summary

First love is never easy, so when teen sweethearts Jessie and Toni’s secret affair is dramatically exposed at school, their world falls apart. 

Bullied by her peers and betrayed by Toni, Jessie has no choice but to move on, vowing never to trust again. Ten years on, in a strange twist of fate, the two women's worlds collide once more. This time, it is Jessie who holds the power. Now a prominent lawyer, she is called upon to assist the very person who betrayed her ten years ago. 

Can she put the past behind her to help a desperate Toni? Will she be able to deny the feelings for the only woman she has ever loved? After all, no one ever forgets their first love....

©2014 Wicked Winters Books (P)2020 Wicked Winters Books

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good story

I liked the characters and the narrator. The back and forth in the story was a little annoying but overall it's a good story.

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  • Mary Barnette
  • 02-12-20

Great book

This book got my attention right away. It was a heartbreaking at times and very beautiful and sexy sometimes. It had a message about bullying that everyone should here. Most of all it had happy ending. I just wish it could have keep going. Oh and I loved the narrator. She did an amazing job.

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  • Margaret
  • 13-08-20

Excellent.

I loved Say Something. Being bullied is the worst. When I think back to the mean girl squad in high school, it turns my stomach. Excellent book. Amy Putt did an excellent job with the narration.

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  • Kathy
  • 28-07-20

Emotional story about growing up!

Teenagers Toni and Jessie have been hiding their relationship, but when a note gets intercepted, Jessie is “outed” and Toni denies everything. Ten years later, Toni comes face to face with her past regret, when attorney Jessie takes on her case of workplace misconduct. I have to say this book felt more like women’s fiction than a romance novel. Lots of verbal and emotional abuse but told with much sensitivity. I’m an avid reader, but I listened to this book on Audible. It may have given me a clearer perspective on what each of these women have been going through from struggling childhoods to struggling in the workplace. I really had to “listen” to their words, not just read at my normal rate, and it made me really “feel “ for each of them. Is it really possible to forgive the one who had offended you? Can you somehow move beyond that together? Miss Winters tackled the big issues of bullying, abuse, self-harm and rejection. When this happens to you as a child, do you have the skills, support and resilience to overcome these huge obstacles as adults? Well done, Jade Winters! I very much enjoyed listening to the British narrator. It made it feel authentic!

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  • @MM_Gadget_Girl
  • 29-06-20

More please...

Well written, tackles some difficult topics with tact. The characters are well developed by the end of the novel. The story is a journey many humans can relate to and others should be aware of. Worth listening to. The auditor did a wonderful job; I'd listen to other stories she narrates.