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The Truth About Us

Narrated by: Cynthia Farrell, John Lane
Length: 6 hrs and 46 mins
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Summary

Truth: Penn Walker entered my life like a summer storm - dark, ominous, and filled with thunder. After witnessing my husband's murder, I didn't have much of a heart left to offer a man. But Penn took it all. Every jagged shard. Every broken bit. Even the dirty and twisted pieces that I wish never existed. 

Lie: I didn't need him to save me. Lie: I knew exactly who he was. Lie: Losing him wouldn't destroy me.

But that's the thing about lies - you never know who to believe.

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Brilliant!

What a great ending to this brilliant duet. The Truth About Us starts where The Truth About Lies ended, with Cora heartbroken and devastated by the turn of events. But Cora being the fighter she is puts her heartbreak aside to help her girls.
There’re twists and turns aplenty as this dark and gritty story hurtles to its conclusion with shocks and surprises in equal measures. I loved it and highly recommend it!
Fantastic narrators!

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  • Misty
  • 08-12-18

Wow

Aly Martinez and her duets... good Lord. I can’t get over them and this one slayed me even more.

The secrets and lies and truths and the most shocking of all reveals. I think I ran the gamut of emotions and I won’t be able to chill out for a while. My heart beats for this duet.

I wasn’t exactly thrilled with the narration. Although John Lane was fantastic, I did get pulled out of the book by a few of Cynthia Farrell’s voices. She made Drew sound like he wasn’t quite all there. Her male voices just need less of a pause to feel fluent.

But honestly... I would listen to this over and over regardless of narration.

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