I read a review of Dead Cat, Run by Annabelle Lewis and grabbed the kindle version, but later discovered I had won signed paperback copies of the first two books in this series. I quickly devoured both books. Dead Cat, Run is a delightful, suspenseful tale surrounds the fates. Grab a cup of coffee and see why I recommend Dead Cat, Run.
Narrated by Stina Nielsen, A Shadow in the Ember by Jennifer L. Armentrout is the first in the Flesh and Fire series which shares the story of Nyktos & Sera set in the world of Blood and Ash. You won’t want to miss their story!
Cloudy with a Chance of Dropbears is a novelette in the City Between urban fantasy series I listen to by W.R. Gingell. This tale was available through Kindle Unlimited, so I decided to read it before beginning the next audio in the series. A short and sweet story that was action-packed and a downright treat.
It was fantastic to return to the Valhalla AWOL urban fantasy series with Freke Wyrd Voodoo, the third audio in the series narrated by Gary Bennett. Mouse finds himself in Louisiana after being picked up by the feds in Mexico. Laced with Norse mythology, Curry kept us busy as Magnus deals with problems.
Narrated by Cris Dukehart and Tim Paige, To Kill the Dead by C.S. Wilde is the third audio in the Hollowcliff Detectives series. Frustration gave way to non-stop action in this addictive installment.
Narrated by Gary Bennett, Wyrd Gere by Steve Curry is the second audiobook in the Valhalla AWOL urban fantasy series. Action, suspense, and magic kept me enthralled as Magnus sets out to save a wolf.