An Unwilling Guest


Read by LikeManyWaters

(4.5 stars; 131 reviews)

A young society woman travels to the country to visit her aunt, only to end up as the unwilling guest of a neighboring family. The daughter is not so sure how to deal with this unpleasant circumstance. The young man of the household has met her before. Through them, she gains new perspectives on life, faith, and love. - Summary by LikeManyWaters (8 hr 59 min)

Chapters

Outside Quarantine 19:07 Read by LikeManyWaters
Contrasts 16:44 Read by LikeManyWaters
The Maid-of-all-work 17:22 Read by LikeManyWaters
Allison's Fears 17:53 Read by LikeManyWaters
The Arrival of Maurice Grey 16:51 Read by LikeManyWaters
Maurice Grey's Vow 15:02 Read by LikeManyWaters
A Strange Love Story 19:37 Read by LikeManyWaters
A Promised Prayer 16:51 Read by LikeManyWaters
An Unexpected Summons 18:58 Read by LikeManyWaters
New Reading for Miss Rutherford 20:57 Read by LikeManyWaters
Rebecca Bascomb on Evening Dress 18:32 Read by LikeManyWaters
The Club and Bert Judkins 20:20 Read by LikeManyWaters
Allison's Meeting 20:16 Read by LikeManyWaters
''Yours Dismally, Dick'' 20:01 Read by LikeManyWaters
On a Mission to Dick 19:59 Read by LikeManyWaters
Miss Rutherford Plays Nurse 21:58 Read by LikeManyWaters
Mr. Worthington's Repulse 16:07 Read by LikeManyWaters
A Hospital for China 23:47 Read by LikeManyWaters
Farewell to Doctor Grey 16:21 Read by LikeManyWaters
Bert Judkins Makes a Call 19:10 Read by LikeManyWaters
Allison's Invitation to New York 21:52 Read by LikeManyWaters
Allison Finds a Mission 21:17 Read by LikeManyWaters
A Gleam of Light 18:34 Read by LikeManyWaters
A Visit to Jerry McAuley's 17:28 Read by LikeManyWaters
Enchantments 23:16 Read by LikeManyWaters
Trouble in China 15:37 Read by LikeManyWaters
The Coming of the Boxers 20:11 Read by LikeManyWaters
A Battle with the Fever 20:22 Read by LikeManyWaters
Rebecca Bascomb on the Wedding 4:41 Read by LikeManyWaters

Reviews

unwilling guest

(2.5 stars)

Nice story the reader sings well but has an unnatural modulation when reading that is tiring.

A wonderful story

(5 stars)

I can't believe it took me so long to listen to this story. I like stories that interest me right off the start. For some reason this one did not, but I continued to listen and was very glad I did. As the story unfolded, I began to grow fonder of the story and it's characters. The reader did a great job as well. It's definitely a book to listen and see how God speaks to our hearts.

(5 stars)

This has been different than any other Grace Livingston Hill book I have read. Generally before the first chapter is over one knows without a doubt who Prince Charming will be but this time I wasn’t quite so sure because he always kept disappearing and never declared his love for her. A nice read!

A Moving Story

(5 stars)

At first I thought the story was slow to develop, but later I could not stop listening. Wonderful character development by the main characters. An excellent example of how Christ works through us. Well read by the reader. Highly recommended!

(5 stars)

Perfect reader and a simple, engaging story which exposes the struggles Christians face, expresses the longing for people to know the love of the Savior, and how God is always at work redemptively on a far broader scale than we imagine.

great story & reader

(5 stars)

Like Many Waters is a favorite reader, which is how I strumbled upon this book. this is my 2nd (3rd?) time through the story. Highly recommended 1/20

(5 stars)

Story is very good and good reading . But she should leave off the singing as she doesn’t even know the hymns! Just reading the words would be better.

An inspiring story

(4 stars)

The story is an inspiring story of personal evangelism mixed with romance. The narration is clear, and the style is moderately pleasing to listen to.