A time slip, a ghost, and a renewed romance between husband and wife will leave you swooning. Narrated by Gemma Dawson, Twist of Fate by Kelley Armstrong delivered an addictive read in the second standalone in the Thorne Manor/Stitch in Time series. Fans of historical romances with time slips and paranormal elements will want to grab their earbuds.
Narrated by Damian Lynch and coming in at over twenty-seven hours, Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff was one of my most anticipated audiobooks, and Kristoff delivered a dark, gritty, brilliant tale.
Wish Hunter is the first audiobook in the Savannah River urban fantasy series by Hero Bowen & Jordan Riley Swan. Narrated by Lisa Flanagan, the authors quickly pulled me into the world of wish stealing.
Jennifer Estep returns to the to her Crown of Shards world with an all-new trilogy. Capture the Crown began slowly and finished strong with a swoon-worthy hero and a heroine who fears her own powers. Grab an iced coffee and check out my thoughts…
We are back again with Pet in the fifth audiobook in the City Between with Between Homes. Pet is out of the house and staying with lycanthrope Daniel, and her new friend Morgana. The house is strange, as you’ll soon see. Filled with great character interactions, it was fantastic to be back in this world.
Narrated by Stina Nielsen, The Crown of Gilded Bones by Jennifer L. Armentrout is the third audiobook in the Blood and Ash series. An epic fantasy romance saga surrounding Poppy, the handmaiden and Casteel, the prince of Atlantia. Magic, mythology, and a passionate romance amid a battle against evil.
Jealousy’s a Witch by Louisa West is the second audiobook in the Midlife in Mosswood series. Narrated by Johanna Parker, we are back at the cottage where trouble is brewing.
What happens after the end, when the battle is won? The Bone Maker by Sarah Beth Durst shares that story in this standalone fantasy with magic, battles, friendship and more.