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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times best-selling author J. Sterling comes the highly anticipated story about a second chance at love.

Come fall for Cammie and Dalton as they reunite after 10 years in this emotional standalone novel - a story of a second chance that will tug at your heartstrings and leave a smile on your face.

Cammie

It's been 10 years since I've seen him. Ten years. I have no idea what he's doing, where he's been, or if he's even still single. Have I thought about him over the years? Of course. Absolutely. But that doesn't mean anything, right? Just because you think about the boy you used to be in love with doesn't mean you're still in love with him now. Does it?

Dalton

I haven't seen her in 10 years. She's the only reason I'm even coming to this reunion. If it wasn't for her, I would have stayed home. Sure, I made mistakes back in high school. Hell, I was just a kid then. But I'm here to right my wrongs, to tell her I'm sorry and win her back. She changed my whole life, and she doesn't even know it. It's time she knew.

©2015 J. Sterling (P)2016 Inspire Magic, Inc.

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  • Em
  • 11-04-2018

Cutesy and Sweet

Mostly cute and sweet. A few way overly dramatic parts, but at least it was near the end.


Narrators:
Jason Clarke - 5 stars!
Erin Mallon- 3. Whenever she gets to an emotional part, her voice becomes very shaky. It's hard to listen. Also, her whispering is awkward. I wish she'd just read with her regular voice. She could easily be 5+ stars!

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  • Ku
  • 24-07-2016

Great Story

I really liked the story and would've given this a five star if I didn't get so annoyed everytime this girl talk. I mean, really, it's like she's crying throughout the book. It's so irritating. Otherwise, Jason Clarke did a wonderful job at narrating and the story was wonderful.

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  • Kaliena
  • 25-07-2021

Cute, Sweet,HEA... but basic

I liked it. Loved the 2nd chance theme. After all, who doesn’t have a 'one that got away' story.

Love the part where the female MC was just a regular gal, not a beauty queen or highly successful man eater as so many other books have as the MC. This gal was relatable.

Loved their prom story, also relatable (my teenage alter ego thinks so anyway).

Loved the Male MC overcame diversity but wasn't some dark broody bad boy, instead he was a poor kid that through hard work and determination became class president and the weather into service... a police officer. Regular people , kinda like Blue Blood.

what I didn't like, hmmm not much. They used Jesus as a swear word several times. I actually personally like swearing, when appropriate 😅, and dropping the f-bomb or a simple d☆mn it gets the point across but I always cringe hearing the J-man being thrown about 😬.

sex was basic not much of it and no heat so you're not gonna get randy.

finally, as most HEA it was predictable but hey that's fiction for ya, right? 😉

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  • Meliora
  • 26-03-2021

OMG!!! The repetitions!

Dear God!! The story had promise, it really did. But dear God!!! Why did we have to hear the same explanation over and over? The rehashing of events 3 times or more? We knew about her father but she had to cops in the whole thing over and over? It felt like filling space or word quota? I mean if I had to hear about all the stuff again? She’s “strong?” I almost laughed. She’s the whiniest! I wished Dalton was with her friend Kristi... Cami was just so annoying, I just couldn’t relate with her train of thought... she acted like she’s was still in high school while everyone around her grew up... very immature for an almost 30 year old woman.
I just can’t with these spineless characters who pretend to be “strong” but act anything but.

I think the story could have been better somehow IF the author picked a place to share her father’s story because repeating it over and over...? UGH

The Dalton temporary disappearance? I mean, we didn’t need to hear about it with Dalton, then her repeating play by play to Kristi then again to the mom? We didn’t forget... I don’t know if it was audited or something... I mean how many times do we have to hear, in details her restraint panic attack? I just couldn’t... I sped up the story (when it was Cami’s part) so many parts and don’t think I enjoyed the book the way it was intended... I was rolling my eyes way too many times...

If you are into sappy stories that have events repeated over and the constant retelling of the same events then this is for you. I wish I didn’t continue giving it a chance, I love romance stories but with more meat in the story not silly fluff and the constant rehashing of events...

Okay, done with complaining! I can’t believe I kept giving it a chance.. I appreciate it was included with the membership or I would have returned it.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 11-02-2018

Disappointed

I could not finish book, narration left me uninterested. If each narrater were only reading their gender's part it would be fine.

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  • Katie
  • 27-03-2018

A sweet story.

This was a fun, easy read. Any romance lover will enjoy.

The narration was great.

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  • Shauna
  • 03-01-2018

Cute

Cute story with amazing narrators. I enjoyed reading the book but I think I enjoyed listening more.

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  • Jessica
  • 12-08-2016

The bigger the love the bigger the fear of losing

Where does 10 Years Later rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

above average, for sure.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

I wasn't really a fan of the narrator. Her voice seemed whiny at times especially while performing male parts. Certain enunciations seemed above par, but others could be deemed as downright annoying.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

No extreme reactions here.

Any additional comments?

I did enjoy this book. It deserves a 4.5 on the story line for sure. No real curveballs, but maybe a good thoughtless beach read.

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  • K10
  • 28-11-2021

Decent book, predictable

The book was pretty well written, but definitely predictable, Hallmark movie-esque. The performance was ok, the female narrator almost made me stop listening because she would take a sharp inhale of breath after every single sentence and it drive me insane, other than that, her performance was ok. The male narrator did a decent job of using appropriate accents, but often mixed up the accents, usually it was easy to tell which character was supposed to be speaking though.

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  • Alissa Holmes
  • 28-11-2021

Pretty good book I do recommend it

This was a good book it makes you think about what could have been. Warning swearwords. The storyline is great though.

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