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The Day She Cried

A Novel
Length: 6 hrs and 35 mins
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Summary

She was my first love.
She was my first hate.
The very sun in my world tried to burn me alive with her lies and cruelty.
Until I dimmed her light for good....
Or so I thought. 

Now she’s back.
Cracked. Broken. Lost.
And for the first time in a long time, I feel free.
Free from our past. Free from my present that suffocates me. Free to destroy her future. 

Her misery is my music.
Thrilling. Invigorating. Intoxicating. 

For so long, all I’ve done is hate her.
So why do I love her?

©2017 K. Webster (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • Cyndi
  • 02-06-18

✫✫ 4 Stars ✫✫

True to her style, K. Webster gives us another mindf*ck of a book but what made this one stand out for me is the semi-normal HEA. When I started I thought this book would be like all the others I've read by this author (btw that's a good thing) but by part 3 I realized how different this book was. I love how we got the entire story and when It ended I was satisfied completely. It's no surprise that K. Webster did it again, she always give me exactly what I need when I finish her books. If I listen to mostly HEA type of book I need these wtf books to help keep me from getting in a book funk and she always does exactly that.

The narration was 50/50 for me! Erin Mallon is my narrator crush! She can narrate anything and I would swoon! Noah Michael Levine on the other hand didn't really work for me in this book. He doesn't have the voice of a guy in his 20's so listening to him narrate Rome made his seem way to old. He did the angry Rome great though!

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  • Kelly B.
  • 24-09-18

Moving book

Really amazing book. It is what I was expecting and so much more. Really makes you think in regards to online bullying. A story that will definitely stick with you. Also has a nice love story amongst all the heavy issues. Highly recommend but not for a light read, deals with a lot of heavy issues in an excellent way. And love the narration.

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  • Karhy
  • 07-08-18

Heartwrenching

This work by K. Webster is gutwrenching and sadly, spot on regarding online bullying. Social media has made it too easy for cowards to target a victim and before you know it, gather almost a mob mentality. My advice is to grab tissues and get ready to cry. At first, I almost couldn't listen for this topic is difficult yet I'm glad I continued. Thank you Ms. Webster for a brilliant work that perhaps may just make a difference. One can hope.

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  • Katie Lane
  • 10-03-19

Perfect!

A emotional and heartwarming story that will make you glad that you read it.
The story and characters are awesome and touching. The writing and narration are great!
There are intense emotions, strain and love here that woven with a sexual desire make this an amazing and memorable book. Love it so much!!!

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  • Carrie Ann X
  • 12-06-18

a seriously good read

this book was recommended to me by a very good friend. I found the characters to be surprisingly complex and compelling. there are some decent plot twists and I think the narrator's complement each other well. This a serious love/hate storyline, it is deliciously sexy, and the ending leaves you satisfied.
***warning: some parts address suicide for those who need to be aware of triggers***

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  • Jenny B
  • 07-06-18

Sppechless

This book was absolutely amazing, original and full of so much. I found myself sneaking my airbuds in during work just so I could listen since I couldn't stop. The characters are full of so much depth and the story line takes a little twist every time you are least expecting it. The trials and tribulations that Rome and Courtney go through are mind boggling but Courtney's support system just fills my heart. The narrators did a great job bringing depth to the characters and really making you part of their thoughts and actions.

What is there to really say without revealing anything to this story line other than I doubt you would be disappointed once you immerse yourself in this book.

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  • Beautifully bookish
  • 01-06-18

No words!!!

This is an amazingly beautiful story of how one act, one moment in time changed the lives of three people forever. This book touches on a lot of real life topics with bullying being in the forefront. The narration was incredible. These two narrators were perfect together they made all the emotions in this book that much more powerful. I highly recommend this listen!!

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  • Gizel Albarez
  • 31-05-18

a story with a message

my only struggle with this audiobook was the male performer I wasn't a fan of his however it didn't take away from the story.
this book was a beautiful story of a romance that grew despite the misunderstandings and hurt of a past.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-05-18

<br /><br />Raven Raven Raven!<br />

What an amazing ride from enimies to lovers. This book captivated me! A story that has a deep message intertwined . I loved the raw passion and grit in this book. K. Webster does it again.
Karma is a B*tch .

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  • carvanz
  • 22-05-18

A little dark and a lot of angst

Audio-book: Narrators – Erin Mallon and Noah Michael Levine

These narrators do an exceptional job with this book! Filled with lots of dark angst and turmoil, both narrators brought the characters to life as their voices filled with hate, passion, anger, and love. I enjoyed every syllable of this story as Ms. Mallon and Mr. Levine shine in their presentation of Courtney and Rome.


This read pulled me in and kept me with its dark tone and super angsty drama. There were layers upon layers to this story and I was so anxious to just get to the end so I could learn what had truly happened. My emotions were all over this bully to lovers story, which is usually not my style. In order for this trope to work for me there has to be a true, heartfelt shift from the hero. I felt that Rome did indeed make the switch. Most likely because despite all the history between them, he has always been drawn to her. Although there wasn’t a lot of groveling on the road to forgiveness, I was satisfied with the outcome.

This has a lot of steam that is steeped in a bit of darkness, so beware. The secondary characters were necessary and vital to the story without taking over. I did feel that Courtney rolled over too easily for Rome in the beginning but through character growth she became a woman that could stand up for herself. I loved that about her!