• Run to You

  • By: Georgia Beers
  • Narrated by: Abby Craden
  • Length: 9 hrs and 31 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (1,193 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to Junebug Farms, a successful, well-known animal shelter in upstate New York, where every day brings something new - love, stress, heartbreak, warmth - and not just from the animals.

Catherine Gardner knows what it means to work hard. Growing up with little, it's pretty much all she's done for most of her life. As the bookkeeper for Junebug Farms, she handles the money. When Catherine finds herself undeniably attracted to Emily Breckenridge, daughter of the shelter's largest donor, it doesn't sit well with her. At all.

Emily Breckenridge has spent her life in the shadows of both her family's money and her brother, Clark. But when the reins of the family's charity foundation are taken from Clark and handed to Emily, it's her chance to shine on her own. Everything about Catherine Gardner is unexpected, from her emotional reserve to the crazy magnetic pull she has...one Emily can't seem to fight.

©2016 Georgia Beers (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Love!!!

Georgia Beers never fails, and this book just adds to that fact! I lovers this book! The story, the patience of the character Emily, the jerk of a brother she had, and the delicate persona of Catherine. Mix in all the other characters and it made for a great story.
The narrator did such an amazing job with all the characters...it was like being a part of the story. Her voice for each character drew you in and drew a picture of the characters that Georgia laid out for the reader/listener. The affliction and emotion in Abby Craden's voice was so refreshing. It had me on the edge of my seat one minute and in tears the next...the emotion, the emotion, THE EMOTION she delivered was superb!!! Kudos to you Abby Craden!!! And to you Georgia thanks for the great stories!!

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Well done

Where does Run to You rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

One of the best

What does Abby Craden bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She was awesome. Made characters alive. Hsndling of multiple characters was excellent. Her narration made the story perfect in my opinion.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Many

Any additional comments?

The book is great, Abby is the best. Perfect combination

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Well, melodramatic, but has redeeming features

Kinda lesbian soap opera with emphasis on finest money can buy snooty and so it's fantasy fluff.

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Another great one

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Georgia Beers always does such a great job. But dang, Abby Craden nailed it. I wish that I could give her more than 5 stars.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Run to You?

I loved that crossword puzzle moment.

Have you listened to any of Abby Craden’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have and I think this one was my favorite.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

It was and I almost did. I had it just over 24 hours.

Any additional comments?

I would highly recommend this book.

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Loved the journey

Very much enjoyed this book!

Would recommend for every wlw who is a big giant romance queen, like myself. Or perhaps the romantically challenged, like some people I both know and love, who've come here looking for inspiration.

5 stars all around, will probably listen to this one again. Abby Craden, as always, embodies characters with seemingly effortless mastery of voice and inflection that will partner with your imagination so shamelessly you could almost take yourself for a fly on the wall, experiencing it.

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Excellent story 👏 Narrator was awesome...

Loved it! Great story, loved the dog rescue storyline. Narrator has wonderful voice....Will be listening to more of these books....

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Needed more.....

Preciously perfect romance. I just wish it hadn't been so rushed near the end. All the build up to then rush, rush. rush to the end. 😞
More interaction with the families, details on the Geronimo ("Mo") connection with Catherine, and building blocks between Emily and Catherine would have been very welcomed.
Still a lovely read to take your mind away from our crazy world.
Abby was perfect as ever.

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Georgia Beers never disappoints

Wonderfully written, the narration was flawless and a story line that keeps on giving.
On to her next book.
Throughly enjoyed, thank you.

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Great story

I was on my toes near the end. I thought "what if there was a plot twist!!??" I'm so glad there wasn't one on how I imagined because that would have been a bummer. But I do love the realness and similarities on how the anger/frustration/resentment unfolds but is quickly let go!!

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Love this book

Great story and so beautifully performed. The Junebug love stories are great. Hope there are more like this.

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  • Dave
  • 06-15-17

lovely story

I loved this story. so passionate , so believable, the narrator has a wonderful, mesmerising voice. My emotions were everywhere especially when Clark throws a spanner in the works!
A must-read.

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  • Angela B
  • 08-08-22

a whole new world of books has opened for me

Loved it. I have listened to all 3 in the series. I've possibly read 8 or 9 of Georgia Beers books over the years. She never fails me but I have to say listening to Abby Craden read this adds another layer of fabulousness!. I have started searching for anything Abby reads. I've typically not been a fan of talking books but now..... I've found the joy of books again. Thank you Georgia and Abby.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-30-22

Brilliantly narrated

A nice story that has good characters you can easily visualise and enjoy, and Abby Craden gives a great performance as usual.

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  • Cindy E.
  • 07-14-22

Loved!

I really enjoyed this book by Georgia... and the narration by Abby... one of my favourite authors and my favourite narrator... what a wonderful combination...

I look forward to her other offerings! I loved the chemistry amongst so many other things and it most certainly kept my interest all the way through

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  • TinaH
  • 05-05-22

feel good book

I literally smiled throughout listening to this. yes of course some parts are predictable but what romance isn't.

on to the next book for me pls

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  • Szilvia
  • 02-15-22

Run to you

It was a lovely romance, I felt like i wanna fall in love too. Abby is amazing, probably without her it would have been worse.
The end is a bit fast and sudden, like i didnt even know how we teleported in space and time

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  • Sarah
  • 11-19-21

Easy Romantic Listen

This was so easy to listen to i loved the chemistry between both main characters. Excellent Lesbian romance Story 10/10

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  • FC51
  • 02-18-21

N.B. This booring book is #2 in Puppy Love series

It is unfair of Audible not to give buyers the chance to listen to books that are part of a series in the order they were written. It really does not help listener's enjoyment that the retailer does not even bother to let listeners know when a book is part of a series or what number in the series the book is. This comment does not only apply to this Puppy Love series of books but appears consistent throughout every series available on Audible and is something that they should correct.

It undoubtedly spoilt my enjoyment of of this title that I listened to the better book, and final in the series first. Nevertheless, as a standalone novel this is a fairly boring story, I only stuck with because I love animals and it involves dogs. It is not helped by the fact that it is padded out with repetitive sentences, stating and then restating what has already been said, plus innumerable tediously clichéd descriptions. Georgia Beers also has a poor grasp of English sentence construction, which is quite dreadful at times, as is a significant amount of her vocabulary. She appears to write using a thesaurus when she should use a dictionary and the results are ironically funny at times.

If it were not for the descriptions of sex included in this novel, the juvenile tone Georgia Beers uses would make this audiobook book more appropriate for the young adult market.

Thanks to Audible's lack of information, I have listened to the Puppy Love series the wrong way round and still have the first book in the series to go but, based on this, I will be giving it a miss.

I never enjoy the sultry tone narrator Abby Craden adopts very much. Her habit of drawing out the ends of words to convey emotion becomes too predictably clichéd after listening to a number of her readings. One useful tip I have found with her readings is to speed up the playback, this means she speaks very quickly but at least I do not have to listen to the sound of so many irritatingly rolled 'r's.

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  • Fi
  • 10-09-21

Great Read

I really enjoyed this book set against the backdrop of an animal shelter. Loved the characters, the build up of the relationship between Emily and Catherine and the dry wit.