Are you looking for a spooky, twisty and atmospheric thriller surrounding witches this fall? You’ll want to grab The Lighthouse Witches by C.J. Cooke. Chilling, captivating this story, pulled me in and held me until the end.
The Unknown by Heather Graham takes us back to New Orleans with another Krewe of Hunters mystery. An arsonist, a ghost and the curator of the Wax Museum have Ryder Stapleton, the newest member of the FBI Special Unit, with a puzzling mystery to solve.
The Dead Don’t Drink at Lafitte’s by Seana Kelly is the second audiobook in the Sam Quinn urban fantasy series. Narrated by Samantha Desz, Sam is still figuring out what she is when her vampire boyfriend find’s himself under attack. Come travel with Clive & Sam to New Orleans.
Goodbye’s A Witch by Danielle Garrett is the final audiobook in the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery series. Narrated by Amanda Ronconi, our gal Holly has come a long way and this last book was a fitting end to the series.
Fury of Denial by Coreene Callahan is the third audiobook in the Dragonfury; Scotland series narrated by Felicity Munroe. Find out what happens when an antisocial dragon with sweet-tooth meets a sexy pastry chef.
Fury of Shadows is the second audio novella in the Dragonfury: Scotland series by Coreene Callahan. A heroine who loves books and a swoon-worthy dragon who lives in a mountain…heck yes. Longer and with more depth than the first, I slipped right into this one.
Dragons, the highlands.. Ah. Fury of A Highland Dragon written by Coreene Callahan and narrated by Felicity Munroe takes us into the Scottish highlands as our heroine is on the run and Scottish dragon-warrior Tydrin steps in to aid her.
Diane Duvall is an autobuy for me, and the Immortal Guardians is one of my favorite paranormal romance series. I was both excited and nervous to get my EARs on Cliff’s story. Cliff is not an immortal, but one of the many vampires they have tried to help. Find out why this story tugged at my heartstrings and kept me listening in to the wee hours.