I am exciting to be participating in A Good Audiobook Speaks Volumes Holiday Blog Tour & Giveaway. All month long bloggers will be sharing favorite holiday audiobooks, offering suggestions for gift giving and sharing their passion for audiobooks. Each stop will offer you another chance to win eight audiobooks! Today I will be sharing audiobooks for gifting, traveling, and getting in the holiday spirit! Grab a cup of cocoa and enjoy!
Today I am excited to be apart of the blog tour for the Charley Davidson series by Darynda Jones. We re-read books in the series in anticipation of the final book Summoned to Thirteenth Grave. Whether you read or listen fans will agree that the series is full of humor, suspense, a sexy god, and one awesome, coffee loving Grim Reaper. Be sure and enter the giveaway for a chance to win the series and an ARC of Thirteenth Grave.
Join me along with the AudioBook Publishers Association in celebrating our love of audiobook. Today I am sharing a few audiobooks to rock your summer! Be sure to check out the Audiobook Community on Facebook Audiobook_Comm and Twitter @Audiobook_Comm.
Today I am excited to share an adorable tale featuring a little porcupine named Elmore. Grab a cup of cocoa and come check out Elmore by Holly Hobbie.
If you follow Caffeinated, you already know I am a huge fan of Laura Kaye’s Hard Ink series. Hard to Hold on To is a novella that features Edward “Easy Cantrell” and the story picks up right where Hard As You Can ended. They are returning to the housing located about the Hard Ink Tattoo parlor after their last operation and Easy is helping Jenna Dean recover from the tragic events that occurred. Kaye packed a full novel punch into this novella that will leave readers satisfied and a little sweet on Easy. Enjoy my review and enter to win the international giveaway…
I was beyond excited to return to the Snow Crystal Resort in Vermont after my last trip there in November with Sleigh Bells in the Snow the first book in Sarah Morgan’s O’Neil Brothers series. Suddenly Last Summer shares Sean O’Neil and French chef Elise Philippe story and it was as yummy as the dishes she whips up. Suddenly Last Summer is full of heart, romantic moments and family you will want to call your own. It can be read as standalone but I guarantee you will want to read them all.
Kate Serine’s Transplanted Tales have delighted me, and I was so excited for Grimm Consequences. This is a novella that takes place between Red and the Better to See You. It shares the back-story of Nate Grimm the sexy reaper who won Tess’s heart. Serine brought him to life and made me swoon, shed a tear and fall deeper in love with this reaper. Mini review: Fans of the series will be deeply satisfied with Nate’s tale.
The cover and synopsis of Atonement by B.J. Daniels sold me, and then after I realized it was the fourth book in the Beartooth, Montana series. Worries about jumping in late were quickly dismissed as each book can be read as a standalone. Daniels did an excellent job of reintroducing older characters and making me feel comfortable. Mini review: suspenseful, multiple story threads and a slow-building romance kept me captivated.
I am not going to lie, I saw the synopsis and jumped at that chance to read Cider Brook by Carla Neggers, before realizing I was stepping into book three of the Swift River Valley series. I mean can you blame me, look at that synopsis. Firefighter. Treasure hunter. Rescuer. While this can be read as a standalone, I think I would have enjoyed this more from the beginning. Mini review: Low romance, interesting treasure hunt, small-town magic.