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Always Something There to Remind Me. Beth Harbison, St. Martin’s, $ ( p) ISBN ALWAYS SOMETHING THERE TO REMIND ME by Beth Harbison In the present, Roxanne refuses to believe that her ex-boyfriend can’t be. Always Something There to Remind Me Author: Beth Harbison (Narrated by Orlagh Cassidy) Goodreads| Amazon| Author Website. Back in July.

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The chapters alternate between past and present.

Always Something There to Remind Me (Audiobook) by Beth Harbison |

Erin Edwards is living in two worlds. Trivia About Always Something There isn’t a lot bth say in a review that hasn’t already been said except that people seem to be strongly divided. It’s interesting and a quick read for sure, but not the best book I’ve ever read. Newly married Natasha has the perfect house, a loving husband, and a beautiful little girl called Emily. I have read now 4 of her books and enjoyed them all!

Always Something There to Remind Me

Erin learns that in order to ultimately be happy, she must be true to her heart. Mary Kay Andrews Narrated by: Hardcoveraleays. Once she gets a proposal the face and name of Nate Lawson pops into her mind. Beth Harbison hooked me within a few paragraphs. When Willa arrives, the house is in worse shape than she could have imagined, and the memories of her time with Ben are overwhelming.

Can you ever really know if love is true? After trial, you’ll get 3 titles each month: Tracy Brogan Narrated by: John only to make another shocking discovery: The narrator in this audiobook is also absolutely incredible.


I was swallowed up by this book, unable to put it down. Winter in Paradise By: She’s one of the few chick lit authors that write with more than fluff. Dec 18, LiteraryMarie rated it liked it. Why can’t she just say “yes” with no reservations? Yes it may be a little cheesy, but at points I had to stop doing whatever I was doing to just listen.

Give as a gift. The story is plotted with two different story lines. Even though it took me about two months to finish listening to this book since I mainly only listened to about twenty minutes at a time each time I went to the gym it was a very enjoyable experience. Love Beth Harbison’s books! It was also a very quick, entertaining read that I was able to almost finish in one sitting.

Her teenage daughter is best friends with Rick’s teenage daughter.

In the wake of the proposal, Erin finds herself coming unraveled over the past, and the love she never forgot. This is one of the disappointments. Except Erin still hasn’t gotten over Nate.

harbixon Now, as she’s seriously considering a proposal of marriage from her wonderful, handsome boyfriend, Rick, she’s even more confused. Remind Me,” written 35 years later.

Fo thing is that she is, in essence, the same person that she was as a teenager with the same feelings but different because of her experiences. I am a very picky rater,let me start of with that.


Audiobook Review: Always Something There to Remind Me by Beth Harbison – Jessica Lawlor

If you like chick lit and romance, this book will tug at your heartstrings and make you remember that first guy who meant anything. I’d see him out somewhere, then cry all night long and wake up with a sinus infection the next morning and have no voice left. There were Lisas, Michelles, Loris, Kristens, but Jordan became a girl’s name sometime in the s 3.

Their love for one another stood the test of time. Then Natasha returns home one day to find her husband and Emily gone without trace. In this story, the author delves into deeper stuff than she’s ever done before, and shows her readers what she can really do with words. If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Always Something There to Remind Me? It was a searing read whose emotional movement was fluid and continued even though it is written from both 1st person and 3rd person biased points of view.

I wouldn’t call it a page-turner, and doubt the characters will linger around the fiction portion of my brain.