House on the Harbor by Elizabeth Bromke is the first audiobook in the Birch Harbor women’s fiction romance series narrated by Lisa Larsen. With the promise of siblings, secrets and an inn set on Lake Huron, I was excited to begin.
Listeners looking for a story of love, forgiveness, new beginnings and faith will want to grab their earbuds and listen to Miss Janie’s Girls by Carolyn Brown. Be sure to grab a fudge sundae from Dairy Queen and a box of tissues.
The setting for The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs drew me in. A bookshop in a historical building set in San Francisco. How could I not? The Lost and Found Bookshop delivered romance, treasures, and an engaging tale about finding one’s self.
Last year, I read Have You Seen Luis Velez? It made my 2019 Top Ten list, so I knew without a doubt I needed to read Brave Girl, Quiet Girl by Catherine Ryan Hyde. The author delivered a gripping, heartwarming tale of motherhood, acceptance and friendship.
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.
Wrong Side of Forty by Jana Deleon is the first novel in Marina at Midlife trilogy. This was a small-town cozy with humor, a quest, and character growth that I quickly devoured.
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.
Are you looking for a fun, quirky story with a loveable bookish character. One filled with family, friends and a little awkward romance? Then you need to grab, The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman. I adored Nina and hope you will too!