The Dead Heat of Summer by Heather Graham is a standalone story in the Krewe of Hunters series and part of the 1001 Dark Nights novellas. Narrated by Paul Boehmer, the story takes us to New Orleans.
I was excited to dive into Max Abaddon and The Purity Law by Justin Leslie. This is the second audiobook in the Max Abaddon urban fantasy series narrated by Luke Daniels. Leslie delivered a fantastic sequel with plot twists and plenty of entertainment.
Narrated by Vanessa Daniels, Trap ‘N’ Trace by Tee O’Fallon offered a suspenseful, sometimes frustrating romantic suspense that kept me listening.
I was in the mood for a low angst, feel good romance, and One Snowy Night by Patience Griffin, hit the spot. Small-town charm, cute puppies and second chances. Grab a cup of hot cocoa and see why you need to add it to your bookshelf.
Last year best selling paranormal author Nalini Singh impressed me with her riveting mystery A Madness of Sunshine. But could she pull it off again? Indeed, she did with her newest thriller, Quiet in Her Bones, narrated by Raj Varma.
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