I pick up Foundryside after reading a recommendation from Kevin Hearne, and I couldn’t be more pleased. I listened to the narration performed by Tara Sands. An action-packed, suspenseful tale with an unlikely heroine set in a dystopian world, Bennett captivated and enthralled me from the opening chapter.
When you need an Ilona Andrews fix and find an old novella on your Kindle! Somehow I bought Origins in 2016, in fact on its release date and then forgot about it. This was a fast-paced off planet tale that left me craving more.
I am sucker for libraries, and if you make it magical, I am all over it. This is how I ended up grabbing Lost Library by Kate Baray. Lycan, spelled books, and a lost library pulled me into this tale that has us jetting around the world.
Death Masks by Jim Butcher is the fifth audio in the Dresden Files. When life seems to good..you know trouble is coming and that is just what Harry finds, as Marsters rocks the narration.
Gladiators, Magic and Betrayal..hells yes! Kill the Queen by Jennifer Estep was a white-knuckle read from begin to end and I bloody loved it! With an easy flow, some familiar magic and Estep’s own unique voice will allow this tale to pull you in and leave you begging for more.
How to Dance an Undead Waltz is the fourth novel in the urban fantasy series, Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy written by Hailey Edwards. Danger, discovery and a romantic development await you …
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.
Blackout is the fifth novel in the Crossbreed urban fantasy series by Dannika Dark. Narrated by Nicole Poole I quickly devoured this audio. From a suspenseful assignment to characters that stole a piece of my heart Dark delivered.
Fresh and exciting with all the elements I love in a good urban fantasy series. Grab a cup of coffee and find out why Wild Hunger left me excited for more Heirs of Chicagoland.