Every time I listen to a novel by Genevieve Graham I not only meet endearing characters but I learn more about the history of Canada and its role during significant moments in our world history. In Letters Across the Sea, we learn about Canada’s depression and their roles during WWII. Come see why I fell in love with this story…
A vlogger, a cult and bizarre events pulled me into Order of the Void by Robert Vaughn. Check out my thoughts on this unique audio experience narrated by Ryan Lee Dunlap.
The first in the Cursed Luck series, Cursed Luck by Kelley Armstrong, delivered plenty of suspense as the author introduced the world, characters and magical elements. See why you need to add this one to your listening list.
I’ve been enjoying the paranormal women’s fiction genre particularly on audio and was delighted to listen to Silver Spells, the first book in the Midlife Elementals. Come to Sparkle Beach and meet Luella Campbell.
I was excited to slip into the next installment of the Heirs of Chicagoland. Shadowed Steel by Chloe Neill did not disappoint as Elisa Sullivan finds herself in trouble with the governing Vampire body and a suspect in a murder investigation. Read my review and be sure to grab a copy.
I have enjoyed all of Chanel Cleeton’s books, but she has truly found her voice with historical fiction surrounding Cuba. The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba shares the story of three women as it sweeps us back and forth between New York and Cuba during the Gilded Age. War, bravery and romance awaits you with this history inspired tale.