A fellow blogger reviewed The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell and I added it to my library list. I opted for the audio version, since I love listening to the genre. A twisted tale comes to light when an orphan inherits a house in one of London’s posh neighborhoods.
Sarah Sundin delivered a touching historical fiction as a mother searches for her child during WWII, in Embers of London. A mother’s love, romance, diversity and a murder mystery made this an engaging listen. Narrated by Lisa Larsen, you’ll want to add this one to your audio bookshelf.
Ali Hazelwood dips her pen into the paranormal romance genre and pulls out a winner with Bride. This Vampyre-Werewolf romance has everything from an arranged marriage to plenty of suspense and twists. Come see why I loved this and hope we get more stories from this world.
Narrated by Julia Whelan, The Women by Kristin Hannah takes listeners to Vietnam, when Frances “Frankie” McGrath joins the Army Nurse Corps. This historical fiction shares what it was like for the nurses there and the trials they faced when returning home. This well-researched tale will pull you and tug at your heartstrings.
Narrated by Andrew Fallaize, The Tainted Cup by Robert Jackson Bennett blends fantasy with a murder-mystery detective case that pulled me in and never let go. The first in the Shadow of the Leviathan series, I cannot wait for more adventures with Ana Dolabra and Dinios “Din” Kol. You’ll want to add this first in trilogy to your audio library.