Avalin Summers's life changes forever when she is told her parents may not be dead.
In the romantic suspense novel Second Chance, Karina Harris weaves an intriguing tale of hope and uncertainty in the story of Avalin Summers, an art student who is fiercely loyal to her older brothers, Jaden and Quinn. When Jaden requests a family meeting at their childhood farm in Colorado, she doesn't question him. But what she discovers is something she hasn't dared to dream about for the past five years.
Special Agent Ian Martin has spent a year investigating the case of part-time FBI operatives John and Rosemary Summers and the suspicious conclusion to their last mission. Recent intelligence hints they may not have died in the European plane crash, but he needs the help of the Summerses' grown children, Jaden, Quinn, and 21-year-old Avalin, to find out. At the family meeting, Ian presents evidence that suggests their parents may have escaped capture and fled to Portugal.
The siblings' lives are turned upside down when they learn their parents were working as undercover agents. Hoping they are alive, Quinn and Avalin eagerly join Ian in his search. When they land in Lisbon, they are bombarded with even more uncertainties. Thrown together by circumstances fraught with danger, betrayal, and heartache, Ian and Avalin uncover something special in each other. As events unfold, Ian and Avalin begin to question their beliefs in their government, their families, and even God as they look for someone they can trust. Will they find love on their journey together? Will they discover what happened to the Summerses' parents before it's too late? Find out in Second Chance, a Summers Saga novel.
I couldn't listen to more than and half hour because the narrator reads so fast, and with no emotion. What a waste of a credit.
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This book is the worst I've ever downloaded from Audible. The story was immature, the characters were predictable. The bad book was made worse by the reader. I've never heard such a childlike reading. Is she 12?
Shawna Windom is one of the worst narrators I have ever heard. Every sentence sounds exactly alike. Tried and tried to get into a rhythm but finally had to delete this from by iPhone. I have been an Audible listener for over 7 years and this is one of my worst picks ever.
I will never pick another book narrated by Shawna Windom