Fearless

Written by:
Fern Michaels
Narrated by:
Barbara Mcculloh

Unabridged Audiobook

Ratings
Book
83
Narrator
13
Release Date
March 2020
Duration
8 hours 28 minutes
Summary
Weaving a thread of suspense into her trademark powerful storytelling, #1 New York Times bestselling
author Fern Michaels delivers a compelling new novel about a woman who learns that her new life may not be
all it appears …

Anna Campbell is ready to take her first tentative steps back into the world after widowhood. On a singles cruise,
she meets divorced professor Ryan Robertson, and the sparks between them are undeniable. Back home in West Texas,
Anna and Ryan continue their romance, and Anna decides it’s time for their families to meet.

Anna is delighted when her daughter, Christina, hits it off with Ryan’s daughter, Renée. The two girls are close in
age and have lots in common. Ryan’s son, Patrick, is college-bound and somewhat aloof, but Anna feels sure they’ll
grow closer in time. She happily accepts Ryan’s proposal, confident in the bond they’ve formed.

But the idyllic relationships Anna is hoping for are quickly thrown into doubt. Ryan and his children may not be
all she thinks they are. And as the situation grows more desperate, Anna must reach deep within and draw on all her
courage and self-reliance to fight for the family and home she deserves …
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dmp!

It was an easy listen. I did enjoy it. It really did help pass the time for me. The narrator did a good job as well.

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Anonymous

Predictable

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Steven R.

Don't buy this book. I almost stopped listening but thought for sure that the ending would bring all the meandering nonsense to make sense...IT DID NOT. At this point, I am wondering why on earth this book was titled FEARLESS -- it was more of CLUELESS main charactre

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Natalie T.

Don’t waist your credit! This book was so frustrating because the main character was so clueless. And at the end, not all of the issues were wrapped up. And it’s not part of a series… Thank goodness

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Leslie O.

CAUTION: POTENTIAL SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW. This book meanders through a meager plot that doesn't even make good use of the usual aspects of suspense that keep all of us interested -- a luxury cruise with a possible stalker on board, a handsome, but probable sexual predator/con man courting you, a child in danger, or being falsely accused of a serious crime. Additionally, it is supremely unrealistic that this super savvy, successful business woman would make the choices she makes. The narrator, though her voice is pleasant enough, and her characterizations of the different players were fine, has an almost intolerable habit of slipping into reading as if simply reciting something aloud, so that the dialogue has unnatrual pauses, and intonation completely inappropriate to the situation. An example from the story is something roughly like this, " as far as she could recall, he had loong pause as narrator moves eyes to next line of the script four children." The combination of the meager, meandering plot and low effort narration almost made me stop listening mid-way through. In my opinion, reading this review gives all the highlights of the story, and is probably much more interesting that listening to the book.

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