Wild at Heart by K.A. Tucker is the second novel in the Simple Wild series set in Alaska. A women’s fiction romance set against the beautiful landscape as Calla and Fletcher begin the next chapter of their lives. Danger, a new home, a curmudgeon neighbor, and an old flame quickly pulled me in.
A sexy, media shy Duke who prefers herding sheep and sustainable farming to the jet setter life and a photographer who was at the top of her profession before a bitter and powerful man took it all away…. oh and a sheep named Mabel.
Set in the world of the Iron Druid Chronicles, Paper & Blood is the second audio in the Ink & Sigil series by Kevin Hearne. Narrated by Luke Daniels, fans of both series will delight in the telling of this latest adventure. Beloved characters, suspense, mystery and all the elements fans have come to love from Hearne
I love slipping into a Mystic Creek series romance. Huckleberry Lake is the sixth novel, but each of the books by Catherine Anderson works as a standalone. Wait until you meet swoon-worthy deaf cowboy, Wyatt Fitzgerald and the feisty, yet damaged Erin De Laney.
Diane Duvall is an autobuy for me, and the Immortal Guardians is one of my favorite paranormal romance series. I was both excited and nervous to get my EARs on Cliff’s story. Cliff is not an immortal, but one of the many vampires they have tried to help. Find out why this story tugged at my heartstrings and kept me listening in to the wee hours.
Max Abaddon and The Gate to Everwhere is the third novel in the Max Abaddon urban fantasy series written by Justin Leslie and narrated by Luke Daniels. Fantastic world-building, a likeable protagonist and plenty of snark make this series an autobuy.
listened to Hail Mary by Andy Weir on vacation. Addictive with a unique concept and storyline, I easily slipped into the story narrated by Ray Porter, Weir delivers an engaging science fiction thriller.
It’s no secret that I love Martha Wells’ Murderbot Diaries narrated by Kevin R. Free. The stories are a delight to listen to from the mysteries, to Murderbot’s interpretation and interactions with humans and other artificial intelligence. While Fugitive Telemetry takes us back through the timeline, it offered a murder-mystery that kept me guessing.