Blood of Elves by Andrzej Sapkowski is the first full-length Witcher novel, and I listened to the narration of Peter Kenny on audio. Richly detailed, this expands the world and characters from the prequel short stories found in The Last Wish and Sword of Destiny.
Titanshade by Dan Stout is the first novel in the Carter Archives. Despite owning the book, I ended up grabbing the audiobook narrated by Mikael Naramore. Brilliant and intense, this fantasy crime thriller hooked me from the start.
The Monster Inside the Monster by Sarah Noffke is the third audiobook in the Ren & Dreamwalker fantasy series narrated by Tim Campbell. Strap in for humor, suspense, and an anti-hero you’ll fall in love with.
Voodoo Shanghai is the third novel in the Kincaid Strange urban fantasy series. Author Kristi Charish delivered a heart-stopping paranormal investigation that kept me on edge and hoping we see more of our protagonist.
Wrong Side of Forty by Jana Deleon is the first novel in Marina at Midlife trilogy. This was a small-town cozy with humor, a quest, and character growth that I quickly devoured.
Druid Vices and a Vodka by Annette Marie is sixth in the Spellbound series and part of the Guild Codex world. Dark, intense and enlightening, Marie pushes Tori to the limits as she tries to save those she cares about.
Crush the King by Jennifer Estep is the third novel in the Crown of Shards fantasy series and one of my most anticipated reads. Estep delivered as we faced down assassins and traveled to the Regalia Games.
Smoke Bitten by Patricia Briggs is the twelfth Mercy Thompson novel and just as addictive as the first. Threats to the pack come in many forms and Mercy has her hands full. Intense, addictive, and twisted. I devoured Smoke Bitten.