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Always Jane by Jenn Bennett Audiobook follows Jane’s story of dealing with aphasia and finding herself falling for the brother of the person she thought was her boyfriend. This story included some complicated family dynamics, a bit of a messy romance, and two teens figuring out their futures while coming to terms with their pasts. Always Jane by Jenn Bennett is a must-read that you shouldn’t miss for anything,
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Always Jane by Jenn Bennett Audiobook Free Download Details
- Book Title: Always Jane Audiobook
- Author: Jenn Bennett
- Published: March 29th 2022
- Goodreads Link: Always Jane by Jenn Bennett Audiobook
- ISBN: 9781534482326
- Formats: Mp3
- No. of pages: Hardcover, 384 pages
- Size: 4 MB
- Genre: Fiction, Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult Contemporary,
- Language: English
- File Status: Available
- Price: $0
Always Jane by Jenn Bennett Audiobook Summary
A chauffer’s daughter finds herself in the middle of a love triangle with the sons of her boss’s wealthy next-door neighbors in this delightfully romantic story from the author of Alex, Approximately, Jenn Bennett.
Love—and Fen Sarafian—do not care about your summer plans.
Eighteen-year-old chauffeur’s daughter Jane Marlow grew up among the domestic staff of a wealthy LA rock producer, within reach of bands she idolizes, but never a VIP. Every summer, Jane and her father head to the Sierras to work at the producer’s luxury lodge at Lake Condor—a resort town and the site of a major musical festival.
The legendary family who runs the festival are the Sarafians, and Jane’s had a longtime crush on their oldest son, Eddie—doltish but sweet. So when a long-distance romance finally sparks between them, she doesn’t hesitate to cross class lines.
But Jane’s feelings about Eddie are thrown into question after she returns to the lake and reconnects with his alluringly intense brother, the dark horse of her placid summer plans. A fellow lover of music—and hater of the game—Fen Sarafian has been ousted from the family and is slumming it at a vinyl record shop. He burns for Jane like a house on fire and will do anything to sabotage his older brother, even if it means taking a wrecking ball to a multi-million-dollar music festival. Or Jane’s heart.
Always Jane by Jenn Bennett Book Review
Review by Madison [from Goodreads]
It took me about 40 seconds to figure out who was our narrator and which brother was when I started reading Always Jane. And then it took me about .02 seconds to fall in love with Fen. Completely and for always. But, by the end of the book, it was the author Jenn Bennett to whom I felt the need to confess my undying love, for writing such a beautiful and powerful novel.
In true Jenn Bennett fashion, Always Jane is a compelling and addictive contemporary YA novel, a find-your-voice-and-own-way coming of age novel, with steamy romance, and delightful and complicated family dynamics.
Two years ago, Jane sustained a head injury when she fell off the dam wall at the lake. Fen rescued her and saved her life, but Jane doesn’t remember that. Instead, she believes it was Fen’s brother who was the rescuer and Jane is currently dating Eddie, lured by his charming ways and good looks. When Jane returns to the lake for the summer, she comes face to face with Fen. He’s shocked she doesn’t know the truth about that night two years ago and they trade sharp words. Jane is tempted by the truth Fen can reveal about the secrets Eddie has been keeping from her. Jane offers the solution to the burden Fen has carried since that night. As they spend more time together and get closer, they know they are perilously close to crossing a dangerous line.
Jane and her father work for and live in with a famous musician and music producer. It means constant access to a luxurious life but never really being part of it. Jane is working as a PA and dog sitter for Mad Dog’s daughter throughout the summer. Fen, son of an equally famous and rich music businessman, has been forced to leave home over his feud with his brother and father. Both are unsure about their future and haunted by their pasts.
The chemistry between Fen and Jane is just divine. Fen has been in love with Jane from afar for years and this was only further complicated when he saved her life. Hearing she is dating his brother (who he hates) is maddening. Jane is amazed that someone like Eddie would want to date her, but after only a few interactions with Fen, she starts to realise that Eddie has been lying to her, a lot, and their relationship is not as it seems. Fen and Jane don’t set out to have a romantic relationship, it’s the furthest thing from Jane’s mind, but they share an undeniable connection. So, yes, this book does include activities that one might call cheating, but I was one hundred percent behind it and Jane tries very hard to be upfront with Eddie. There is lots of drama and complications and I was exhausted by the end of the book. But it is all so worth it.
This book is not just about romance. It’s also about Fen and Jane each finding their place in the world and following their dreams. I loved that the author gives them the time to do this, to chase their dreams, both inside snd outside of their relationship.
Jane’s brain injury is an important part of the story. Jane has worked hard in speech therapy to recover their ability to talk. She still struggles with some words and sometimes can’t find the right word. Her recovery also made graduating from high school hard and she’s not sure what she wants to do with her future.
I also really liked Jane’s relationship with her dad. There are some questions about her linage which could have been a whole thing in the book but Jane never goes there and I think that was really sweet.
Just try to put this book down once you’ve started reading, I dare you. Beautiful.