Ruth Ware has become a must listen author here at Caffeinated. Imogen Church has narrated all her novels. Her accent and tone blend perfectly with Ware’s mystery thrillers. The Death of Mrs. Westaway was a twisted, gothic tale where the characters and subtle tones slowly reveal what we the reader had feared. An atmospheric and addictive whodunit!
How to Break an Undead Heart is the third book in the Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy series by Hailey Edwards. I’ve been having a blast reading about Grier, her unique home, friends, and training as a necromancer. A road trip soon leads to trouble, heartbreak, and new beginnings.
I bought the ebook on release day but forced myself to wait for the audio. It kind of killed me, but I love urban fantasy, particular Andrews on audio and let me tell you, IT WAS SO FREAKING WORTH THE WAIT!
A Merciful Truth by Kendra Elliot is the second novel in the Mercy Kilpatrick series featuring an FBI Agent in Bend, Oregon. Family, fires and growth made for an interesting case as we get to know the players and work to solve a mystery that has left police wives widowed.
The Serpent by Sarah Fine, narrated by Carly Robins proved to be an intriguing start to the Immortal Dealers series. Come check out why I recommend you grab you earbuds and give this urban fantasy a listen.
Born of Darkness by Lara Adrian is the first novel in the Hunter Legacy series, set in the same world as her wildly popular Midnight Breed series. It upends a sexy, troubled vampire’s life when he saves a feisty heroine from death.
Getting Wilde by Jenn Stark introduces us to snarky, tarot card reader and magical-artifacts hunter Sara Wilde. Wilde is a character with potential and a good heart. I am still tentative about the series. Come find out why.
Author, Anne Frasier, reunites readers with Detective Jude Fontaine in her newest novel The Body Counter. I soon found myself pulled into this suspenseful murder mystery.