The Other Sister Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
General Travis Bains has two daughters - one who is good and one who is bad. Everyone knows Lindsey is the good one, and Jessie is the bad one. Jessie Bains is the other sister, the bad sister, which she has proven more often than not until the day she gets kidnapped and brutally raped. Will Hendricks, one of her father's soldiers, rescues her and brings her home but fears she may be nearly destroyed by what has been done to her. The most important thing, however, is that no one can know, per the general's orders.
Jessie's life was always far from normal as the daughter of one of the most revered generals in the world. No one sees what the general does to Jessie except Will. When Will discovers the danger Jessie is living in at her father's hand, he once again rescues her. Will has survived the horrors of war but is now engaged in a battle that has become far more personal and far more deadly. Will alone realizes what the general has done and will do to destroy his "other" daughter.
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|Listening Length||9 hours and 29 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||December 08, 2015|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #167,041 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#5,370 in Romantic Suspense (Audible Books & Originals)
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#23,199 in New Adult & College Romance (Books)
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Two years later he shows back up and he can’t believe the change in her. He spends his leave with her but then tells her he won’t see her again and to get on with her life. When he is reported missing, Jessie heads back home and the General is waiting for her. He wants the tapes Will made but she knows nothing about them. When Will is reported dead, Jessie and her sister decide to release the tapes and make the General pay for what he had done to her.
This book has material some might not be comfortable with. Rape. Pretty good story. I wasn’t to fond of Will because even though Jessie had be through a horrible ordeal, he didn’t want anything to do with her. Then all of a sudden he’s in love with her. Jessie used sex and cutting to deal with her problems.
When Captain William Hendricks is ordered to report to General Bains, he had no idea what he had done to warrant this meeting and is racking his brain for the possible transgression. To his surprise, the General asks him for a personal favor to the family. All members of the military are brothers in arms, thus the family premise. General Bains’ daughter, Jessie has been kidnapped by members of a drug cartel and demanding a ransom. He asked Will to rescue his daughter and bring her home safely.
This request wasn’t surprising to Will. As a member of the 3rd Special Forces Group and was good at his job, very good. The General made it painfully clear that this assignment wasn’t a military action and not an order. He could decline without repercussions but this wasn’t Will’s style. He headed for Mexico to bring Jessie home. The rescue from the drug lords is the easy part, after all, Will is a professional and he is good at what he does. Rescuing Jessie from herself is a much more daunting challenge and one that Will isn’t prepared to take on.
This is a highly emotionally charged story of power, abuse, and bravery. The stark truth that is often kept in a dark closet is brought out into the light and exposed in all its ugliness. I was surprised at the brutality of the tale. Jessie, with the help and tenacious support of Will, claws her way slowly out of an abyss of pain and misery. From the depths of depression to the ultimate apex of long-desired freedom, Leanne Davis takes you on a trip that speeds out of control. All you can do is hold on, with white-knuckled fists, until the ride reaches its conclusion. I highly recommend this to everyone but would be amiss without a warning. This highly emotional saga is not for the constitutionally weak and faint-hearted.
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I was hooked after the sample and bought it straight away, i now know why i was compelled to buy it.
This story is about hanging onto life with a fingernail, then finding something or someone to focus on to help claw your way back to safety. I never would have imagined the secrets this book held, it seems like 'just another story' but it wasn't, when i realised what the true meaning of this book was my heart stopped and i didn't think i could continue. I'm glad i did - the emotions are real, the pain is real and all to familiar to so many.
The author has written a book that could inspire and possibly help more victims than most psychiatrists/psychologists ever could, its raw and painful but its honest and gives hope - even if it is fiction.
I doubt the author was striving for that effect but hey ho - i didn't really expect find all that in this lil fiction book that i bought because of a 'feeling'
Glad i always trust my instincts - and my instincts also tell me that i'm glad i have a few months before i read the next one, after reading the intro - i realise that my emotions during book one will be nothing compared to what i feel during the next one. Phew, times like this i wish i drank wine or something - there is no way i can pick up another book at the moment.
Thank you for spending time writing a story that most would avoid...
General Travis Bains has two daughters, one who is good, and one who is bad. Everyone knows Lindsey is the good one, and Jessie is the bad one. Jessie Bains is the other sister, the bad sister, which she has proven more often than not, until the day she gets kidnapped and brutally raped. Will Hendricks, one of her father's soldiers, rescues her and brings her home, but fears she may be nearly destroyed by what is done to her. The most important thing, however, is that no one can know, per the general's orders.
this was a very good read. I liked the story and the characters. I liked Jessie and will and Lindsay. but not the general. I thought he was Evil for what he did. 4*