Gone Country Audiobook Sample



First Person Narration - M/F Dialogue - Romance

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


North American (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
MS. Are you all right? Oh, I shake the lustful thoughts out of my head. Yes, I'm fine. Well I laughed nervously. As fine as I can be considering. I waved my hand in a wide arc to indicate my predicament. Do you want me to take a look at your car and see if I can figure out what's wrong with it or if it can be driven? He seems genuine. But then again, so did ted Bundy. Sure. What else am I supposed to say? Calling anyone is out and he's the first person I've seen come down this road in the past hour. Can I help? No, I've got it. I just need to go back to my truck for a flashlight. I turned toward the passenger seat for my purse but the contents are scattered all over the floor. I'm sure I have one in here. When I face the window again. He's already gone jogging to his truck and I'm left talking to air my mystery rescuer doesn't come back to the window. Instead he clicks the flashlight on and begins inspecting my car. The deep frown on his face doesn't bode well for me. He goes a step further and gets down on the ground to look for damage underneath. The amount of time he's taking makes me nervous and I wonder how I'm going to get to my destination. If I can't drive the car. Maybe this is a sign that I need to get back to Austin as fast as I can. His head pops above the hood of my car and I jump. I need to lay off the scary movies. He's back at my window and running his hands through his wavy locks. Um, I don't think it's a good idea for you to drive it. Have a chain in the back of my truck and I can tow it to your house tonight if you want. Yeah, that would be great. I hold my hand out of the window. I'm Stella by the way, I'm johnny. He places his hand in mine callouses brush against my palm and I'm a little surprised that I like the way it feels, he pulls his hand away. How do you know? You can trust me? He smirks and leans back away from the window. His face is now headed in shadows and I can't stop the shiver that runs through my body. This man is going to be trouble. I can already tell