Blood for Blood by Ryan Graudin is the follow-up sequel to the novel Wolf by Wolf. I once again chose to listen to the audio version narrated by Christa Lewis. This historical alternate fantasy grabbed me from the beginning, tore my heart out and had me gripping the cord to my headphones.
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The Liar by Nora Roberts is a standalone romantic suspense with small-town charm. I always enjoy time spent within the pages of a Roberts’ book and The Liar had all the elements I love delivering a standout read. The Liar left me satisfied by yearning to return to this small-town in Tennessee for secondary characters stories.
Closer Than You Think by Karen Rose is the first book in the Cincinnati series and book sixteen in the Romantic Suspense series. Each of the book offers an intense FBI crime thriller, with a side dish of romance. Rose delivered a nail-biting serial killer thriller that will keep you turning the pages.
The Audiobook Challenge is back for 2017 and this year I am co-hosting! Loupe and Jennifer were directly responsible for my audio addiction. The first year I listened to twenty audios, and in 2016 I listened to almost 70 audiobooks. While I was saddened that Jennifer stepped down, I was excited that Melaine and Loupe asked me to co-host. Grab some java and check out the details. I am hoping you will join us!
Lover Revealed by J.R. Ward is the fourth book in the paranormal romance series the Black Dagger Brotherhood. Each time I open one of these books, I quickly become lost in its characters and world. While Lover Revealed had a calmer tone to it, Ward still packed plenty of punch.
Lorna from Rabid Reads placed Envy Chronicles on my radar with its zombie-like creatures, post-apocalyptic world, and paranormal elements. Beyond the Night by Colleen Gleason writing as Joss Ware, is the first book in the Envy Chronicles. I chose to listen to the audiobook narrated by Sebastian Fields.
At the time of the writing of this post (week of Thanksgiving) I have devoured over 62 audiobooks, so I thought I would recommend a few. I belong to Audible and struggle with what audiobook to select from my growing wishlist. I tried to provide an eclectic mix to appease all of your tastes. Grab a cup of mocha hot chocolate, coffee or some gingerbread tea and enjoy!
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*Mutters* Why did I hold off reading Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas despite buying the book on release day? I had forgotten how much I had enjoyed the brilliant world and characters within the Throne of Glass series. I love how this series has evolved as different story threads have woven together. Queen of Shadows offered another addictive installment.