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.
Reckless Fortune by M.M. Crane
Reckless Fortune by M.M. Crane is the second standalone contemporary romance in the Fortunes of lost Lake, featuring the Fortune siblings in Lost Lake, Alaska. A contest to promote their town has bush pilot Bowie Fortune spending the summer with Autumn McCall thanks to a dare and the mail-order bride contest.
Sign Here by Claudia Lux
I was drawn to Sign Here and curious to see Claudia Lux’s version of hell. The story that unfolds is dark, humorous, well-paced tale that pulls the reader in as Peyote Trip works on a deal that will get him out of hell.
🎧 Twenty Three by Murray McDonald
I was looking for a good murder-mystery thriller for the Fraterfest Readathon when Twenty-Three by Murray McDonald came across my desk. Narrated by Elizabeth Wiley, this clever tale hooked me from the onset and kept me listening into the wee hours.
🎧 Signal Moon by Kate Quinn
I have several of Kate Quinn’s novels in my TBR pile, so when I got the chance to try Signal Moon, narrated by Saskia Maarleveld and Andrew Gibson, I jumped in blind. This short story delivered a fantastic story as past meets present in this brilliant and suspenseful tale.
🎧 Fairy Tale by Stephen King
Narrated by Seth Numrich and author Stephen King, Fairy Tale shares a dark fantasy as a young man named Charlie Reade traverses to a world filled with danger and despair. A stunning masterpiece that hooked me from the start.