After devouring The Witcher on Netflix, I began the audiobooks and they are fantastic! These shorts are entertaining and offer us glimpses of the world and characters that make up the world of the Witcher trilogy.
Come Tumbling Down by Seanan McGuire is the fifth Wayward Children audiobook. Diversity, OCD, and a dangerous quest await you as McGuire closes threads and spins her tale.
Unveiled by Zelly Jordan is the second novel in the Unbreakable fantasy series. Fair warning, this story has an overall arc and ongoing romance and each book ends in a cliffhanger. Jordan delivered a suspenseful, heated tale that left me craving more answers.
The Rise of Magicks the final book in Nora Roberts’ Chronicles of the One was one of my most anticipated listens for 2019. I couldn’t wait to devour it. Powerful and action-packed, Fallon and her chosen team face evil.
Ren, the first in the Dream Traveler series by Sarah Noffke and I crossed paths as I was working. I was lucky enough to receive a code by the author. The idea of an anti-hero with powers intrigued me.
The Secret by Elizabeth Hunter is the third novel in the Irin Chronicles and the conclusion of Ava and Malachi’s journey. An intense listen that had me laughing, shedding tears, clenching my fists and losing sleep.
The Vine Witch written by Luanne G. Smith and narrated by Susannah Jones transports the listener to twentieth century France as it shares a tale of witches, magic, mystery and love.
The Irin Chronicles are addictive, with exotic settings, well-plotted world-building and a romance to swoon for. The story of the Irin, Grigori, and even the Angels have pulled me in. Come see what The Singer did to me….