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Faithful
     

Faithful

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by Kelly Elliott, Nelson Hobbs (Narrated by), Arika Rapson (Narrated by)
 

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After Heather Lambert's parents die in a tragic car accident her senior year of high school, she refuses to let anyone into her heart for fear of being hurt again. Focusing only on school to follow her dreams of becoming an elementary school teacher, the last thing Heather intends to do is fall in love with Josh Hayes. Josh knows the moment he lays eyes on Heather

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After Heather Lambert's parents die in a tragic car accident her senior year of high school, she refuses to let anyone into her heart for fear of being hurt again. Focusing only on school to follow her dreams of becoming an elementary school teacher, the last thing Heather intends to do is fall in love with Josh Hayes. Josh knows the moment he lays eyes on Heather that she is the one he's been waiting for. During months of obstacles and denied feelings, he is rejected by her time and time again. When he finally wins her love, Josh and Heather start planning their future together . . . until Heather receives one bit of news she never wanted to hear again. There has been a car accident. Josh wakes up with no memory of Heather, and his ex-girlfriend, Victoria, is his nurse. Heather must decide if she'll risk being hurt again and fight for the one man she loves with all her heart. Will Josh remember Heather when she needs him the most? Or will Victoria take advantage of this opportunity, pushing Heather away from Josh for good?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781452615547
Publisher:
Tantor Media, Inc.
Publication date:
11/18/2013
Series:
Wanted Series , #3
Edition description:
Unabridged CD
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 6.60(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author

Kelly Elliott is a contemporary romance writer and the New York Times bestselling author of the Wanted series. She lives in Texas with her husband and daughter. Visit Kelly at kellyelliottauthor.com.

Nelson Hobbs lives on the sand with a classical guitar in one hand and a glass of sangria in the other. His villa on the beach is lined wall-to-wall with a coveted library of romantic classics. His voice resonates in this paradise which has led to the natural transition to audiobook narrator.

Audiobook narrator Arika Rapson has performed a wide range of genres, from classics to contemporary thrillers, children's books, urban fantasy, and women's literature. Her voice has been featured on national television, on radio, and in video games, and she is the ongoing narrator for Amazon Kindle's how-to video series.

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Faithful 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 88 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Seriously, the worst book I have EVER read. The characters were unrelatable, the plot was nonexistent, the sex scenes were repetitive and ridiculous, and the language was atrocious. Number 1. NO men act like these spineless, clueless, sappy morons. 2. Women are NOT interested in sex days after having a baby. 3. What grown women fistfight while pregnant???!! This book reads like a 12 year old wrote it. There is nothing even remotely realistic about these characters. There are 8 different points of view in this book, trying to get invested in a story is impossible, not that I really wanted to. This author just does not know how to write. I'd suggest that Ms. Elliott take a few creative writing courses before she attempts to pen another story. The fact that she found a publishing house to distribute this nonsense is beyond me. Is it possible this is a self-publish? Anyone who gives this 'book' anything more than a 2 star rating is either a preteen girl, who is still naive enough to believe that men are really as sappy as this, or else they are the author's friends, or the author herself. She's done it on other sites. Please save your money and time, skip this book, and this author in general. Life is too short to read such a horrible book. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What the heck did I just read???? First of all anybody who just has a baby or babies most certainly does not feel like having sex right away. Secondly this book was juvenile! I mean really how immature are these people!!! SMDH!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was this written by a 16 year old? The words "I love you" lost all power in this book as it was said nearly every page. If I saw the words "panty melting smile" one more time I was going to gag. This book read like a corny soap opera.
crunchyroll More than 1 year ago
I'd just like to say I've read all three books including this one. I do like the storyline of Josh and Heather in this one although it does get a little bit boring when every couple she writes about has that one evil ex-girlfriend that just won't go away (ie. Victoria & Rebecca) and she's about to do it again with her new characters Scott and Jessie. Like I said, there is only so many times you can read about the evil ex-girlfriend before it gets old, because really, they're all pretty much the same in how the act, what they do, etc. One of the irritating things that I hope she would have changed in this book was the repetitiveness of some of her thoughts and gestures. I mean seriously, how many times can one person wink? Sometimes I felt like I was seeing someone wink on every page I turned and sometimes the winks didn't even fit into the situation. It's like she just felt like making the character wink when honestly there were times when she could have left it out. I was literally laughing and shaking my head every time I read that a character winked. She's also notorious for repeating people's thoughts like "my knees felt like they were about to give out on me" or "my heart dropped to my stomach". And it's not like this is one particular character that this happens to all the time - it's more than one if not close to all of the main characters. It makes it seem like she is running out of things to use for how her characters feel and think so instead she repeats herself frequently. It's like no character is really unique because they all have the same exact gestures and thoughts/feelings. Like I said, I like her storylines (I liked Josh and Heather's the best), but I just can't seem to get past the repetitiveness. I know each character's storyline and past is different, but with the repetitiveness of thoughts/gestures, it seems to take away from the book and it being unique/creative because you end up reading the same things over and over again. I don't think I'll be reading her next book, Cherished. As much as I'd like to read about what happens with Josh and Heather since I know she'll include those characters in the book and continue their storyline, I think I'm going to skip out. I'm really interested in reading her upcoming book "Broken" because the storyline sounds great, but once again I have a feeling she's going to be overly repetitive so for me it's going to be a tough call. If you read this Kelly, please try to stop being so repetitive. I would love to continue reading your future books, but the repetitiveness is really hard to overcome sometimes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Saccarine sweet and repetitive
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This whole book was a confusing, unrealistic, sappy, mess. First off its from the point of view of 8 different people. That might not have been that bad if it was all about one particular couple or story line, BUT NO you have a drugy husband, THREE PREGNANT women, two of which wouldn't tell their baby daddies, a boyfriend/ baby daddy with amnesia who is annoying because he can't understand what his girlfriend or anyone else is trying to tell him, then you have like two/three random couples that randomly gossip and confuse you throughout the entire book I MEAN REALLY THAT IS ALL THEY DO!!!!! That's the confusing and big mess part. One of the biggest unrealistic parts was when one of the girls give birth then TURNS around and wants sex. NO REAL PERSON DOES THAT and I mean it was like right after having the baby. Another thing was that it made pregnant women out to be these sex driven cheerleaders. Sure it had a couple times when they would quickly throw up and hop into bed so they could have sex nonstop. The sex was just *pant* "harder" *pant* "faster" *pant* *pant* *pant* Done. I MEAN REALLY HOW DID THEY ALL GET PREGNANT OFF OF THAT!!!! The words I love you lost meaning with every paragraph. There was a point and one of the guys was like "I have these very deep and strong feelings for this girl, but my ex from 4 YEARS ago gives the best b-jobs." I'm not going to say anymore on this book. Waste your money if you want to.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Seriously who needs that many points of view? I want my money back. Why is it people keep self publishing? Obviously theres a reason they cant get published that they have to do it themselves. Anyone who likes this book is either a 12year old girl, they cant read or they are friends of the author. Aweful, just aweful. Worst book i have ever attempted to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is the most immature, unrealistic book i have ever read. I barely made it to page 48. This book is awful. The cussing is immature and seriously stupid. How these characters talk make them sound like second graders. I read the first two books, and they were a struggle but the author has gotten progressively worse. To me the author portrayed the girls as tough but not really, in your face, immature, horny, naive moms and the guys as spineless, uneducated, swearing, immature idiots. Anyone thats part if the real world would not enjoy this book because it is seriously detached and naive.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bummer that I coukd not make it past page 90. I found myself rolling my eyes quite a bit at some of the scenarios. Characters are weak.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was one of the worst books I have ever read. It was so stupid with grown women who fight?? And men who act like love sick idiots.  And all of the winking, what was with that?? I am sorry I purchased this piece of trash.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is one thing if the language supports the story but this author literally used the F word as a complete sentence! It comes across as someone who does not have a large vocabulary or much experience expressing herself in writing. I found the over use of the F word tiresome. Very disappointed in this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Super SAPPY... unrealistic.. but for a fairytale it has to be expected...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I usually don't rate books, but I had to log in just to say I think I just threw up in my mouth. This book is absolute non-sense and the sex content is insane. There is no real story line here but sex. And NO GUYS acts like this and NO PARENTS act like Josh's parents. I am really struggling here to pull myself up out of the sap to get to the end of this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love all the books in the series!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First off let me start by saying I loved the first book in this series and even enjoyed the second. But as the series went on and on it lost me. A. These should be able to be stand alone books where a prrson does not need to read the others to understand B. YOU SHOULD REALLY LEAVE THE PAST CHARACTERS IN THE OTHER BOOKS. there is absolutely no reason to continue having old characters jumping in and disrupting the story line. If it has nothing to contribute to the story then don't just slap it in there. I already know what happened to those characters I don't need to keep reading about them when the book is about someone else
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She must have used the heck out of the cope/paste function for Jesus H. Christ. It on almost every page. Use something else please. Also while the sex scenes do not need to be nasty and great lengthy detail, they could be more grown up. I feel like they were written by a 13 year old.
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This was ok in the first few chapters, then it got cheezy, and immature. It was like a 13 year old wroye it im sorry to say. Way to many winks happening, and thete wad no plot, and nothing to hokd my intetest. It was just bad
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Jess1179 More than 1 year ago
Love this series... Must read.
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