Narrated by Gildart Jackson, Chosen by Benedict Jacka is the fourth book in the Alex Verus urban fantasy series. Jacka delivered an action-packed tale that gave the listener some serious insight into our diviner, Alex.
The Country Guesthouse is the fifth book in the Sullivan’s Crossing series by Robyn Carr. I honestly can say, this was my favorite story to date! Carr mixed in an oversized dog, a heart-wounded man, a sweet boy and an overwhelmed yet strong heroine.
Are you looking for your next romantic suspense novel? The Vanishing by Jayne Ann Krentz is the first in her new Fogg Lake trilogy. Elements of paranormal woo-woo, danger, suspense and plenty of heated swoons made this a page-turner.
Today I’ve got Coffee Pot Reviews of Couture and Curses & Wedding Bells and Deadly Spells by Danielle Garrett, two audiobooks in the Touch of Magic Mysteries series. Grab a cup of peppermint mocha and enjoy!
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.
The Rise of Magicks the final book in Nora Roberts’ Chronicles of the One was one of my most anticipated listens for 2019. I couldn’t wait to devour it. Powerful and action-packed, Fallon and her chosen team face evil.
I am always looking for something a little different when I make my selections for the HoHoHo Readathon. Some years I slip in a horror but this year, Shamus Dust by Janet Roger crossed my desk. A murder-mystery that begins in the wee hours of Christmas morning.
It’s time once again to welcome Sophia Rose to the blog. Today she has an audio review of The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford and it looks like a good one! Curl up with your hot cocoa and check out her thoughts.
I bought My Oxford Year by Julia Whelan on audio when it released without even reading the synopsis primarily to support Whelan whom I love as a narrator. And, of course, it sat on my Audible App for far too long.