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Corinne

By: Rebecca Morrow
Narrated by: Barrie Kreinik
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Publisher's Summary

"I was riveted.... A modern-day Romeo & Juliet." (Jodi Picoult, number one New York Times best-selling author of The Book of Two Ways)

You want to walk away from the things that were bad for you and never look back.

That's what Corinne Callahan wants.

Cast out of the fundamentalist church she was raised in and cut off from her family, Corinne builds a new life for herself. A good one. But she never stops missing the life—and the love—she's left behind.

It's Enoch Miller who ruins everything for her. It was always Enoch Miller. She'll never get him out from under her skin.

Set over 15 years and told with astonishing intimacy, Rebecca Morrow's Corinne is the story of a woman who risks everything she's built for the one man she can never have.

A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin's Press.

©2022 Rebecca Morrow (P)2022 Macmillan Audio

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Hit so close to home, laugh, cry, I need therapy

If you grew up in the evangelical church and anything fun was a sin read this listen to it. I need to call my therapist I have so much to unpack.

The author of this story understands the life of being apart of the church.

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Not sure how I feel…..

I feel like this book talked about one thing but was about something else entirely. Like It was very much about growing up in a fundamentalist cult situation from an inside inside perspective and she captured that with impeccable accuracy, but then the book was a romance and we are supposed to be rooting for them as a couple but having grown up in a fundamentalist cult situation myself, all I could think was RUN as she slowly got sucked further and further into the situation and we are left at the end of the book at a dissonance. The characters are holding two things to be true that cannot both be true. It doesn’t resolve at the end. I still gave it five stars though because of the sheer accuracy of it all. She really captured the tone of that lifestyle eerily well.

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Ridiculous

The story was ok but could have done without the long stupid awkward sex scenes And the repeated Enoch Miller name 100,900 times

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Relatable

as someone who grew up in a high demand religion, this hits home. I enjoyed the story and the ending. The sex scenes were good, maybe a little gratuitous but I'm not complaining.

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All the feels!

This book was incredible and hit close on a personal level. Like the main character, I grew up in a fundamentalist, evangelical church and the only good that came of it was meeting my spouse. I loved the love story in itself, but the real treasure is the examination of religious trauma and shame that follows you well into adulthood. It's such a personal and painful journey to deconstruct your religion and be isolated from family, etc, but this author captured that experience so well! It's beautifully written which makes it a diamond in the trash pit of the quick and crappy romances in today's market. I wish I could listen to it for the first time all over again!

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Started strong but the characters became very one dimensional in the 2nd half. The sex portions were so awkward and cringey. Also lacked descriptive imagery.