I love all things Hailey Edwards, but this is the first series I started on audio and I am so glad that I did. Our witch Rue Hollis works another case for the Black Hat Bureau as we discover something interesting about our black witch. Grab a cup of joe and find out why I am loving this series.
Fortune Favors the Dead & Murder Under Her Skin by Stephen Spotswood are the first two audiobooks in the Pentecost and Parker historical fiction mystery series. Murder-mysteries, friendship, snark and adventure await you in this marvelous series! Grab a cuppa and see why I recommend these for audio.
Fans of the grump trope will enjoy Love at First Spite by Anna E. Collins. When her fiancée cheats on her with the realtor who sold them their dream house, Dani Porter builds a rental property on the vacant lot next to them. She’ll call it the Spite House. Plans look good until she begins working with a grumpy & sexy architect at her firm. Grab a cup of peppermint mocha and settle in with this delightful romcom.
Zehra Jane Naqvi, Between Decisions by W.R. Gingell was an intense edition to the City Between urban fantasy series. Set time aside because once you begin listening, you won’t be able to set it down as Pet uncovers the past.
Max Abaddon and The Dark Carnival, by Justin Leslie, is the fourth audiobook in the Max Abaddon urban fantasy series narrated by Luke Daniels. Humor, suspense, magic and vivid characters combined with a fast-paced plot made for an exciting listen.
Narrated by Gildart Jackson, Risen by Benedict Jacka is the twelfth audiobook in the urban fantasy series, Alex Verus. I couldn’t wait to dive into this story and worried about Alex and Anne. We have come so far and I feared the worst. The tale that unfolds was brilliant, pulse-pounding and addictive.