Quinn | Podium Audio

By: Hattie Jude

Performed by: Angela Goethals, Neill Thorne

Released: August 23, 2022

Language: English

Format: Multi-cast

Duration: 05 hr, 57 min

He took everything from me and still wants more.
This time, my heart. But I’m done. For good.
He’s playing a new game now.
Hey, Bentley Hayworth, I’m here to show you how this game is really played.
Quinn is the second book in the Love Your Enemy duet.

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Author:

Hattie Jude

When Hattie Jude is not reading, she's writing...and when she's not doing either of those things, she wishes she was. Author of The Longlake Duet, The Love Your Enemy Duet, and the Loxley Prep series., Hattie Jude is the author of rip your heart out and put it back together romance. When she’s not reading, she’s writing…and when she’s not doing either of those things, she wishes she was.

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PERFORMER:

Angela Goethals

Angela Goethals is a native New Yorker and her audiobook “toolbox” is deeply connected to this early immersion in the beautiful kaleidoscope of the city ~ cultures, ethnicities, dialects, language. An Obie Award winner and Drama Desk nominated actor, Angela’s theater, film and television career spans decades. She began recording audiobooks with the gorgeous series, “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants,” by Ann Brasheres, back in the late nineties and has gone on to narrate over 200 books. An Earphones and Audie Award winner, Angela has been honing her craft, studying with the brilliant Shannon Parks/Marguerite Gavin, whose core belief in approaching the work as an actor prepares is both a relief and a revelation. She dedicates all future work in audiobooks to her 3 children, who are often asked to play “who can be most quiet,” and to her husband, for refereeing while mama’s in the booth.

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Neill Thorne

Audie nominated narrator Neill Thorne brings a storyteller's heart and a conversational style to his narration, whether it is conveying emotional intensity in a modern romance, delivering the exciting action of a technothriller, or exhibiting the snarky sarcasm of a wise-cracking detective story. A native Southerner who has studied 5 languages, Neill has a knack for accents, giving authenticity and depth to his reading.

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