When twelve hours of audio is over in a wink, leaving you spent and craving more, it’s magic. Rogue Darkness by Dianne Duvall is the twelfth Immortal Guardians paranormal romance, and it never gets old. Narrated by Kirsten Potter, you’ll experience humor, swoons, danger and camaraderie as we get Nicole and Sean’s story.
Harmony of Lies is the second novel in the Alice & Owen series by Brian Feehan. After the events of Harmony of Fire, I was glad to slip back into this world of music, magic, angels, and demons. Owen travels with his band to San Francisco on a task only to face a challenge he will need to win to survive.
Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid has been on my radar since it first debut and with the new series coming to Prime I decided it was time to listen. Fascinating, addictive and brilliantly produced, I quickly slipped into this full cast narration and lost myself to rock and roll.
Harmony of Fire by Brian Feehan is the first novel in the Alice & Owen series. While I would have shelved this in urban fantasy, its heavier romantic element places it in the paranormal romance genre. Music, the WE, bonds, and hunters will pull you into this world.
Strap in because Hunt the Stars by Jessie Mihalik delivers adventure, suspense, and enemies to lovers’ romance. I highly recommend listening to this first in the Starlight Shadow trilogy.
The Purveli by Dianne Duvall is the third audiobook in the science fiction romance series the Aldebarian Alliance. Narrated by Kristen Potter. Duvall delivers another suspenseful tale filled with danger, uncharted planets and undeniable romance.
You know a book/series is a winner when you finish an eighteen hour audio and feel depressed because it’s over! Such was the case with Wild Country by Ann Bishop, the second book in the World of Others and seventh in the Others series.
Buckle up cadets because Jay Kristoff takes us on one heck of a quest in LIFEL1K3 before throwing us off a cliff. I need book two STAT!