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Landon & Shay: Part One

By: Brittainy C. Cherry
Narrated by: Miranda Jay,Teddy Hamilton
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Shay Gable hated my guts, and I hated hers, too.

We went out of our way to avoid one another at all times. When she came in my direction, I went the other. When we locked eyes, she’d turn and walk away.

All of that changed the day I was presented with a challenge. It started out as a stupid bet: make Shay fall in love with me before I fell in love with her first.

That was an easy bet for me to win.

I didn’t love. I hardly liked.

Yet slowly the game started to shift. Shay made me crave things I never knew I wanted.

Love.

Happiness.

Her.

The closer we grew, the more she challenged my darkness, and the parts I kept locked away.

The hurts.

The pains.

The truth.

The game between us became too real, our feelings intermixed, and the risks of hurting one another grew higher.

But you know what they say...

All’s fair in the game of love and war - especially the heartbreaks.

©2019 Brittainy C. Cherry (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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too much

I really enjoyed her silent waters book... once I got over the stupidity of her dramatically not talking ever. Unfortunately this book is not even on the same playing field as the other one. The story line itself isn't terrible but the language is abnoxuous... they swear constantly. And they are just kids but the sex is so descriptive. Its just bad news. If you're like me and that sort of stuff ruins a story don't bother with this one.

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FEMALE NARRATION RUINED THIS ONE FOR ME

I had high expectations but was sadly disappointed. I got as far as Shay Chapter 7. The female narration is not good or maybe it’s really just YA because she sounds and reads like a child and I can go no further. I truly believe If someone else had been reading this I would have strongly enjoyed it. Ava Erickson would have been a good fit. Teddy Hamilton is awesome as usual so maybe I will try to just listen to his chapters. 👎👎👎👎👎

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Props BCC for another 5* book and 5*'s for shining a light on mental health.

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A Story That Hirs You Hard in the Heart!

This story deals with drug addiction, mental illness, bullying, and depression. It’s a love story between two enemies who make a bet that one of them will fall in love with the other. Of course, like any love story you know it’s going to happen. They are going to fall in love, and live happily ever after, right? Nope! Because in this story, there are complications. There are self doubts, suicidal thoughts, worthlessness. How does one deal with someone in a relationship like that? It takes unconditional love and forgiveness, But sometimes that is enough. There has to be professional help.

This is that story. Unconditional love from friends and family. They are the ones who help us get through our lowest moments. I loved this story of these two high school kids just trying to make it through life.

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Another Amazing Listen!

It's been a while since I listened to a book by Brittainy. So glad this was the book I chose. Loved Landon & Shay & their story. Great enemies to Lovers story! Excellent narration by Teddy Hamilton & Miranda Jay (new to me narrator).

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Amazing story but has some narration issues

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I loved this book so much! It doesn’t quite top Eleanor & Grey which was the book that introduced me to Brittainy C. Cherry and to these characters, but it’s a close thing.

I always love a good enemies to lovers story and the bet was a cute way to move along the story. I loved how the characters began to open up and how it the book didn’t shy away from heavy, emotional topics and depicting people with mental illness.

I cried multiple times while reading this book and that’s always a huge win for me with books. I love books that make me feel something.

The ending left me dying for more so I’m so glad part two is already out. I’m starting it now!


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I listened to this book on Audible and unfortunately that was the worst part of the experience. If I could rate the narration separately it would probably by a 3.5. There were multiple issues with the narration. It wasn’t the voice actors voices, but rather actual errors. At one point the narration refers to Landon’s uncle as Dan rather than Lance. There’s also a part where the female voice actor mispronounced a word and they re-recorded the line with the pronunciation corrected but it played after the un-corrected version of the line so there was just this one part twice. I was listening while driving and stuff so I couldn’t check every since issue against the ebook but I did check the Dan thing when I could and the ebook version I checked did not say Dan, it said Lance. Overall the voice actors voices were very enjoyable to read I just wish there wasn’t the quality issues.

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Sad love story

I don't know how you do it how you continue to write the stories that are so sad and so heartbreaking Right down to your soul and you are there With the characters heartache and everything they are going through

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A great story, don't miss it.

Emotional, wonderfully complicated relationships. A drive down the angst of young love, but very real depression topics.

You would think this was a depressing book; but honestly it gave me a bit of a healing feeling.

Do yourself a favor, and try this book. A great story.

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Love it!

I love how this book shows the realness of depression and how the internal struggles within ones own mind can be as much of a barrier than outside negativity. I also love how it shows it from a young age, I started my struggle with depression at a young age as well. I also just in general love the love story here, its beautiful.

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Amazing!

Love it!! Made me love reading again! The man and lady narrating the story made it feel so real—Erin