Every time I listen to a novel by Genevieve Graham I not only meet endearing characters but I learn more about the history of Canada and its role during significant moments in our world history. In Letters Across the Sea, we learn about Canada’s depression and their roles during WWII. Come see why I fell in love with this story…
Hells Bells, Battle Ground narrated by James Marsters and written by Jim Butcher delivered action, twists, epic battles and consequences. It also brought death, revenge, and left me excited for the next installment.
I enjoy historical fiction involving World War II, and The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel drew me in by its title. The tale Harmel treats us to was unputdownable. We learn the tale of a young-woman who helped hundreds flee the Nazis.
The Monster’s Death is the final audiobook in the Ren/Dream Traveler series, written by Sarah Noffke and narrated by Tim Campbell. A brilliant ending for our anti-hero. I held my breath and wept as Ren’s story ended.
Travel to Italy from your couch and become swept up in the story of three women and the curse that haunts them in The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany by Lori Nelson Spielman. Heartfelt and engaging, I was completely transported.
Imminent Danger by Jannine Gallant is the third novel in the Counterstrike romantic suspense series. This story belongs to founder and leader, Brody Grant. Gallant delivers heart-pounding danger and a swoon-worthy second chance romance.
I promptly devoured The Alchemist and an Amaretto by Annette Marie; the fifth audiobook in the Guild Codex: Spellbound urban fantasy series. Then immediately hated myself for not savoring it. I am once again left waiting for the next audio installment. ?
Regretting You by Colleen Hoover was a wonderful tug at your heartstrings story that doesn’t fit neatly into one genre. A coming of age, YA romance and women’s fiction about relatable flawed characters dealing with love and loss.