10 Things That Never Happened

Written by:
Alexis Hall
Narrated by:
Will Watt
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Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
October 2023
10 hours 9 minutes
Sam Becker loves—or, okay, likes—his job. Sure, managing a bed-and-bath retailer isn't exactly glamorous, but it's good work, and he gets on well with the band of misfits who keep the store running. He could see himself being content here for the long haul. Too bad, then, that the owner is an infuriating git. Jonathan Forest should never have hired Sam. It was a sentimental decision, and Jonathan didn't get where he is by following his heart. Determined to set things right, Jonathan orders Sam down to London for a difficult talk…only for a panicking Sam to trip, bump his head, and maybe accidentally imply he doesn't remember anything? Faking amnesia seemed like a good idea when Sam was afraid he was getting sacked, but now he has to deal with the reality of Jonathan's guilt—as well as the unsettling fact that his surly boss might have a softer side to him. There's an unexpected freedom in getting a second shot at a first impression…but as Sam and Jonathan grow closer, can Sam really bring himself to tell the truth, or will their future be built entirely on one impulsive lie?
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Slow moving and very repetitive.

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A.D. Lee

very funny very cute GREAT narrator

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cute asf, and the ending made me tear up

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Hilary R.

Only moderately witty. Certainly no laugh aloud, just the very occasional small smile. Far too long and unnecessary with weak ending. The narrator was proficient although the relentless Liverpudlian was very ugly to have to endure.

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Mendel G.

Another wellwritten and engaging novel by this author (the 4th that I've listened to). Thoroughly enjoyable. Some laugh out loud moments. The emotional parts were nicely done as well. The characters are people I'd like to meet. This writing lends itself perfectly to an audio book format and that is made even more striking by the narrator, who is superb. His accents add to the enjoyment for me( a US listerner). It was fun to try to decipher some of the local slang. [As I have said in previous reviews, i could do without the profanity, but was able to"handle" it for the sake of authenticity] Ready for Alexis Hill's next.

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