On Mystic Lake Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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On Mystic Lake by Kristin Hannah

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On the day her daughter leaves for college, Anne Colwater's husband of twenty years announces he wants a divorce. Her roles of wife and mother suddenly gone, Annie retreats to her childhood home of Mystic, Washington, to heal. There she finds her old friend Nick, suddenly widowed and unable to cope with his emotionally scarred young daughter, Izzie. Annie agrees to look after Izzie, and soon finds herself caring for both father and daughter with a joy and passion she never expected - and she finds her love returned with a fervor she had never even hoped for. But love is never simple, and it is not until Annie learns a hard lesson from her own grown daughter that she finds the strength to claim the happiness she has earned.



  • Once I started listening to the beginning of this audiobook, I was really bummed out by the storyline. It revolved around a 39-year-old woman who seemed to be taken advantage of by her philandering husband, and later getting entangled with an alcoholic man and his deeply troubled daughter. Despite feeling down, I couldn't tear myself away from it. The narrative contained an important message, although the conclusion could have been more satisfying. Undoubtedly, the standout element of this audiobook was the exceptional performance by the narrator, who truly brought the story to life. I'm uncertain if I would invest in another book by the same author after experiencing this one.
  • I absolutely adored 'On Mystic Lake' and everything it had to offer! This book truly touched my soul. The narrator did an exceptional job of conveying a multitude of emotions through her captivating voice.
  • This book felt like a cheap romance novel. I would recommend avoiding it as it is disrespectful towards women. Trust me, we are much smarter than this. It's infuriating and sickening. 😡🤮
  • I'm not sure if it's just me, but there were moments in the book that really tugged at my heartstrings. It did have a few instances of repeating information, but overall, it was an enjoyable audiobook.
  • I'm a huge fan of Kristen Hannah, but I have to say, this particular book left me feeling a bit let down. It came across as overly cliché, with a storyline that was too easy to see coming and emotions that felt overly sentimental.