The Dead Don’t Drink at Lafitte’s by Seana Kelly is the second audiobook in the Sam Quinn urban fantasy series. Narrated by Samantha Desz, Sam is still figuring out what she is when her vampire boyfriend find’s himself under attack. Come travel with Clive & Sam to New Orleans.
The synopsis drew me to The Sound of Violet with its unique characters and situation. Second chances, forgiveness and relevant topics of autism and human trafficking you’ll want to grab a box of chocolates and enjoy this heartwarming romance.
Cloudy with a Chance of Dropbears is a novelette in the City Between urban fantasy series I listen to by W.R. Gingell. This tale was available through Kindle Unlimited, so I decided to read it before beginning the next audio in the series. A short and sweet story that was action-packed and a downright treat.
An alternate reality, conspiracies, thriller…Rabbits by Terry Miles offered it all, and I gladly slipped into this freaky technothriller as we travel along with K in search of answers. Mystery, suspense and the search for patterns will pull you in….
Angel of the Overpass by Seanan McGuire is the third audiobook in the urban fantasy Ghost Roads series. Narrated by Amy London, McGuire takes us back on the road with urban legend, Rose Marshall, who died at the age of sixteen when Bobby Cross ran her off the road.
I am always looking for new urban fantasy series on audio and was drawn to Austin Wyrd by Steve Curry, for the promise of Norse mythology. This is the first audio in the Valhalla AWOL narrated by Gary Bennett. The tale offered a modern-day Norse tale with humor and intriguing characters.
Narrated by Hillary Huber, The Hollow Places by T. Kingfisher delivered a chilling horror story that blended with quirky humor. This atmospheric tale will have you leaving a light on and listening for scratches.
Who’s ready for a road trip? Hop in and check out my thoughts on the audiobook Ill Wind by Rachel Caine, narrated by Dina Pearlman. Buckle up the weather is going to get rough.