Audiobook Review: Worth The Fight: LD Davis

Worth the Fight

Elsie’s Rating – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Luke Kessler loved Emmy.

She broke his heart.

Then she revealed a life-altering secret that brought them back together. Time and forgiveness heal old wounds, and love flourishes. Luke and Emmy find themselves reaching for a happily ever after together. When their pasts begin to push into their present and hurtful mistakes are made, the couple struggle with each other and their past demons. How much is too much? Will the couple be able to fight their way to a happily ever after? Are their lives together worth the fight?

About the Author

L.D. Davis is the New York Times Best Selling author of the Accidentally On Purpose series and the novella Pieces of Rhys. When she is not busy in her most important role as a mother to sarcastic children, she is writing or reading. L.D. enjoys tasty alcoholic beverages, British period pieces (like Downton Abbey!), and punishing her sarcastic children with embarrassing moments such as dancing badly in public, singing badly in public, or announcing some mortifying fact about one of the children. She lives on the east coast with her children, husband, cat, and fish.

Worth the Fight

 

Review

Elsie’s Rating – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I was super stoked when I saw that L.D. Davis’  Worth the Fight was finally available in audio form, Worth the Fight is the final audiobook in the Accidentally On Purpose trilogy. The first audiobook AOP released 3 ½ years ago. Worth the Fight is Luke Kessler’s story and would I highly suggest you listen the AOP before listening to this book

Luke’s story starts off with my favorite passage from AOP when a desolate Luke confronts girlfriend Emmy Grayne over her affair with Kyle Sterling, her boss. It’s the most heartbreaking part of their story and hearing it told from Luke’s POV loses none of its intensity.

We learn what Luke’s been up to since the breakup and before Emmy comes to town and drops a bombshell on his life. This is an emotional listen as Luke and Emmy try to rebuild basic trust and then rebuild their relationship, but it’s not easy because even though a year has passed, Luke is still very hurt and Emma has come back into Luke’s life a completely broken woman, the harsh words Luke spoke when they parted end up coming to fruition in the most painful of way. Realizing just how deeply wounded and depressed Emmy is, Luke comes to the realization that for both their sakes he must help to heal Emmy’s heart.

I loved this story and it’s a satisfying conclusion to the AOP series. Joe Arden narrates and he did an awesome job voicing the characters and I found his delivery completely engaging, this audiobook clocks in at almost 11 hours and it went by way too fast, I never wanted to put the story on pause, it’s that entertaining.

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