Murder, a stellar narrator, and a girl with two-hearts how could I resist The Impossible Girl by Lydia King? A brilliant tale from start to finish I quickly became caught up in Cora’s tale. Fans of historical fiction, romance, suspense and murder-mysteries will want to grab a copy.
Grave Peril by Jim Butcher is the third novel in the Harry Dresden file and once again I listened to the narration provided by James Marsters. In this third book the stars seem to align and I know this series and I are about to embark and a beautiful friendship.
Bone Driven is the second novel in the Foundling, urban fantasy series, by Hailey Edwards. Fantastic world-building, action and twists allowed me to devour this on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Hero Next Door tempted me with the single Military Dad trope. I am a sucker for a single daddy. This was my fist Lara Swann book. She provided a nice balance of adorableness, suspense and wicked heat. I chose to listen to new me to narrators, Veronica Worthington and John Lane.
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The Rehearsal Dinner and The Reception are part of The Wedding From Hell trilogy by J.R. Ward. They are free digital stories and a prequel to Consumed the first full-length novel in J. R. Ward’s Firefighters, romantic suspense series available October 9th. I love that the author and Simon & Schuster gave us insight into these firefighters, the crew and town.
The Owlmen by S. E. England was an atmospheric tale that will keep it’s audience on edge. Narrated by Henrietta Meire I quickly found myself caught up in Ellie Blake’s story as it unfolds just outside the moorland village of Bridesmoor.
Grab your thrillers, paranormal, supernatural, mysteries, horror books (audios) and more and join me for the FRATERFEST READATHON, October 11th through the 16th.