Chastity Falls Academy is supposed to be her fresh start; her salvation. And when Ana meets mysterious Jackson, she begins to think it is. She hasn't smiled in almost 16 months; not since the night her life changed forever, and despite her guilt, her loyalty, Ana can't deny that Jackson is breathing life back into her. With Jackson by her side, Ana wants to believe she can heal and move on. But she isn't the only one living a lie, and the small private academy has secrets of its own. All is not what it seems, and Ana is about to find herself in a tangled web of lies; fighting for survival, again.
Loyalties will be tested, lies will be told. Welcome to Chastity Falls.
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By Thi on 07-07-16
Loved the book, loved the audio to it.
What did you like most about Loyalty and Lies?
I really enjoyed the book coming to life. You can have a picture of what is going on in your head but when you hear it, it really brings out the story even more.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Loyalty and Lies?
Oh, the end just completely gutted me. As soon as the audio ended, I had to download the 2nd book in the series.
Have you listened to any of Emma Lysy’s other performances? How does this one compare?
This is the first audio of Emma's that I've listened to and I really liked her voice.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I would have loved to have listening to the book I'm one sitting.
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By Cyn on 30-07-16
Good story great narration
Any additional comments?
This is a normal American college with normal students each have secrets hiding something and lord the drama will make you glad you are out of school. Warning this is a cliffhanger and part 2 isn’t on audio. I thought the ending was good and didn’t mind the cliffhanger as much as I normal do. There are so many twists and turns your head will spin along with heartbreak and misunderstandings.
Ms. Lysy does a great job with narration she has a pleasant voice with wonderful character voices. There are not any background noises or any places where the volume changes high or low. She shows each characters emotion never leaving you guessing what they are thinking or feeling. Here many different voices are wonderful as she paints the picture in your mind. You have no trouble knowing who is talking male or female it is a smooth audio that gives you hours of enjoyment. If any breaks were taken you could not tell. I am looking forward to listening to more from this narrator.
The author gives you a great plot with lots of drama of who, what and where. It has a nice ending for a cliffhanger. The characters are likeable even through the pain it is hard not to like them. My heart really went out to Ana she is carrying the weight of the world on her shoulders of things that can’t be undone. What she really would like to have is a redo button. Her life is filled with the past trying to get over the biggest heartbreak of all. Jackson is a sweetheart but he is in a mess of trouble with what he is hiding. He is all over the place with his emotions and confusing ways. He finds out things are not always as they seem and it might put brother against brother before it is all done. The supporting characters some you will love and others you won’t. The twist are big and you won’t see them coming as you are pulled one way and then another.
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By Fran on 26-10-17
Some couples really are fated to be together. Good narration.
Jackson sees Anna arrive at Chastity Falls College in a taxi and carrying a single backpack. His interest was instantly piqued. He and Anna have a somewhat shaky relationship, but there is something great there. Anna finds out some uncomfortable information about Jack, Braeden and Brianny. Both Braeden and Brianny treat Anna like crap. As the twins and Jackson are raised together like family it makes things uncomfortable for Anna especially since Brianny seems to have the hots for Jackson. This has quite a bit of the ick factor even though Jack is disgusted with her as he sees her as a sister.