Narrated by Katharine Lee McEwan, Raven Unveiled by Grace Draven is the third audiobook in the Fallen Empire romantic fantasy series. Siora & Gharek’s story delivered suspense, danger and romance as they traversed the killing fields of the collapsing Krael Empire.
I was drawn to Sign Here and curious to see Claudia Lux’s version of hell. The story that unfolds is dark, humorous, well-paced tale that pulls the reader in as Peyote Trip works on a deal that will get him out of hell.
Narrated by Whitney Johnson, Where the Drowned Girls Go by Seanan McGuire is the seventh novella in the Wayward Children series. Where do children go when Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward Children can’t save them? Why they go to Whitethorn Institute. Travel with Cora as she attends Whitehorn.
Narrated by Lidia Dornet, Dance with the Devil by Kit Rocha is the third audiobook in the Mercenary Librarians’ fantasy series. Our band of mercenary librarians are gearing up to take down TechnoCorp. Failure is not an option. Filled with suspense, romance and a motley crew you’ll fall in love with.
Narrated by Seth Numrich and author Stephen King, Fairy Tale shares a dark fantasy as a young man named Charlie Reade traverses to a world filled with danger and despair. A stunning masterpiece that hooked me from the start.
The idea of modern day witches and a magical heist gone wrong appealed to me. I dove into The Witches of Moonshyne Manor by Bianca Marais, with high expectations and I was not disappointed. Marais delivered an engaging tale with diverse characters and a suspenseful mystery. Check out my thoughts and read an excerpt for yourself.
Narrated by Ben Onwukwe, Ordinary Monsters by J.M. Miro, is the first audiobook in the Talents Trilogy. This historical fantasy is rich in magic, as Victorian era children with rare gifts find themselves hunted by evil. Grab an iced coffee and see what I loved about this brilliantly written tale….