Today I am sharing the first two standalone audiobooks in the Always Satisfied series by Lauren Blakely. One offers a unique format with singing and the other a full cast of narrators … both will leave you grinning like a fool. Find out why by checking out my Coffee Pot reviews, then grab copies for yourself!
Days Gone Bad is the first audiobook in the Vesik series. Zany, suspenseful and filled with plenty of supernatural creatures I had fun listening to the narration by William Dufris.
Major Audiobook hangover! The wait for the Sweep of the Blade by Ilona Andrews seemed to take forever and as soon as it uploaded I devoured it. Now pardon me while I cry in a corner.
Taken in the third audiobook in the Alex Verus series by Benedict Jacka. Narrated by Gildart Jackson, Taken was an addictive, action-packed tale as Alex and young Mage apprentices try to solve a rather cunning mystery.
The Institute by Stephen King was one of my most anticipated audiobooks this fall. Narrated by Santino Fontana, this addictive and twisted tale pulled me in as only King can.
Dark Age by Pierce Brown the fifth book in the Red Rising series was one that I savoured. Dark, brutal and a beast of a tale no one is safe least of all you.
The Scribe by Elizabeth Hunter is the first in the Irin Chronicles. Danger, romance, exotic locations and secret races. Steeped in mythology this fantasy series narrated by Zachary Webber kept me listening into the wee hours.
Newly Wed and Slightly Dead, set in the world of the Seattle Haven, Danielle Garrett introduces us to a new series, A Touch of Magic Mysteries. From the setting to the characters, Garrett pulled me in as Amanda Ronconi delivered the perfect narration.
Selkies are a Girl’s Best Friend by Molly Harper is the third audiobook in the Mystic Bayou series and I’ve got to tell you, I am loving this quirky little paranormal town. Romance, mystery, suspense and an overall story ARC will soon have you craving them too!