Listen up, folks! If you're a fan of Sheila O'Flanagan, Amanda Prowse, or Jojo Moyes, then you're in for a treat with Anna Mansell's captivating audiobook, The Lost Wife. Narrated by the talented Drew Dillon and Kristin Atherton, this audiobook has a rating of 2.3/5 and a runtime of a whopping 9 hours and 23 minutes. Buckle up, because you're in for an emotional ride!
Settle in as we dive into the story of Ellie Moran, a woman who leaves behind a newborn son and her devastated husband, Ed, when she tragically passes away. On the surface, their marriage was perfect, their lives brimming with hope and happiness. But here's the catch – Ellie had secrets. Secrets that she never got a chance to reveal to Ed.
Now, Ed is left grappling with the overwhelming grief of losing his wife while also facing the haunting realization that he'll never get the chance to uncover the truth. As the secrets threaten to tear his entire family apart, Ed finds solace in Rachel, a friend who sees him as more than just Ellie's grieving widower. But just when Ed thinks he might find some peace, Rachel uncovers a devastating secret that Ellie kept hidden, shattering Ed's heart once again.
Will Rachel be able to help Ed find peace in the absence of the wife he lost? And can he dare to hope for a second chance at happiness?
Prepare yourselves for an incredible, heart-wrenching tale of loss, love, forgiveness, and the power of moving on. Anna Mansell weaves a story that will leave you breathless, tugging at your heartstrings the entire way. It's a story of redemption and, above all, hope – a journey you won't want to miss.
Don't just take my word for it, though. Readers are buzzing about this beautiful story. Chocolate 'n' Waffles says it's "an exceptional and poignant tale of love," while Simona's Corner of Dreams calls it "emotional, touching, and moving." And let's not forget The Writing Garnet, who insists you NEED to read The Lost Wife.
Now, a little background on the talented author, Anna Mansell. This fierce lady spent nearly twenty years juggling her passion for writing with a demanding career in marketing for dance and theatre companies. But she wasn't satisfied with just fitting writing into the cracks of her life. No, she took the brave step of abandoning a stable job to chase her dream of becoming a published author. It took three years, some tears, and a few close calls with empty bank accounts, but Anna finally crossed paths with Kirsty Greenwood, and the rest is history. Now, she resides in picturesque Cornwall with her husband and two kids— a lucky lady indeed!
So, grab your headphones, find a cozy spot, and get ready to be swept away by the emotional roller coaster that is The Lost Wife. You won't regret it!