Whisper Forever

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I wanted to forget him so many times. Erase the memories we shared and pretend he didn’t exist. It would have made his absence easier to accept.

Lucas Rivers broke my heart more than once. In my world he was my guy, the one I’d grow old with and laugh with. But things aren’t that simple, and time changes everything.

That naive girl with dreams of happily-ever-afters was gone. I didn’t need a man to complete me. I was enough – no, I was more than enough. I was strong and determined. I was Madelyn Emery and never again would a boy break my heart.

But the moment Lucas returned after four years, acting like we could pick up where we left off, that strength inside me shifted. The more I tried to ignore his efforts, the harder he fought.

How can one simple word whispered by one man mean so very much?


Recommended for mature audiences.

4 reviews for Whisper Forever

  1. Brooke Ehly

    I LOVED this book! The childhood crush that turns into love is always a great story to listen to, but these two are the best. Watching the love grow between them as well as seeing some of the regret that Lucas has from his high school years was breathtaking. A love to pure between these two that they will definitely be able to overcome anything in the future. The narration in this book was perfect!

  2. M Phelps

    This was one of the sweet romantic books that you just wish you were a part of. I loved this book so much. Sarah Puckett did an amazing job as well. The story was so sweet it had me smiling during most of the book. It had very low angst and a bucket of sass and love. The ending was so great I smiled for a few hours afterwards. Highly recommend.

    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  3. Shakera Blakney

    This is my introduction to C.A. Harris and I fell in love instantly! Maddie and Lucas are amazing characters and well written. I was rooting for them the entire time. Sarah Puckett’s narration was perfection! This was well done and I look forward to reading more from C.A. Harris!

  4. Patricia Reichardt

    CA Harms has mastered the art of romance and in this story she has melded several tropes that I love. She starts out with the childhood crush. Madelyn and Lucas were best friends when they were little, Maddie even stating they would get married someday. As in many cases, kids grow and find other interests and friends, and much to Maddie’s dismay Lucas moves on. He is on his way to becoming a professional athlete when he sustains a career ending injury and comes home. Harms now weaves in the second chance romance. Lucas and Maddie have obstacles to overcome, some trust issues, some chasing your dreams and letting go the ones you love to seek that dream. What I really love about this book is that the story is real, not overly full of unneeded angst and is easy to believe. All qualities that make this listen a joy.

    Narration by Sarah Puckett is always first class, but I found this one to be really exceptional. She gives each of the characters a slight southern twang and the differences between her male and female voices is done so well that at times I was thinking it was duet. I loved it and look forward to more of her work.

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