After devouring The Witcher on Netflix, I began the audiobooks and they are fantastic! These shorts are entertaining and offer us glimpses of the world and characters that make up the world of the Witcher trilogy.
The Tenant by Katrine Engberg delivers a gritty police procedural that was thrilling and suspenseful. Perfect for fans of Nordic thrillers and the first to be translated in the Kørner/Werner series featuring Copenhagen police detectives; Jeppe Korner and Anette Werner. Grab your coffee we’ve got a murder to solve.
I know it’s not Christmas, but last night it was -12° and the wind was howling so a Victorian romance might be just the thing… and look at that gorgeous cover!!
Come Tumbling Down by Seanan McGuire is the fifth Wayward Children audiobook. Diversity, OCD, and a dangerous quest await you as McGuire closes threads and spins her tale.
I snagged Audible Escape on a 3-months for $6.00 deal ($2.00 a month) and stumbled upon the Shift Happens series. Ready to Were by Robyn Peterman, narrated by Hollie Jackson was a hilarious, paranormal romance with suspense, humor, mystery, and a cast of characters you will love!
I promptly devoured The Alchemist and an Amaretto by Annette Marie; the fifth audiobook in the Guild Codex: Spellbound urban fantasy series. Then immediately hated myself for not savoring it. I am once again left waiting for the next audio installment. 😭
This Broken World by Eric R. Asher is the fourth Vesik audio narrated by William Dufris. Action-packed with humor, zombies, gods and food; Asher kept me entertained with this motley crew as Vesik trained and time-slips.
Bitter Falls by Rachel Caine is the fourth novel in the addictive Stillhouse Lake series. This thriller had me on edge as Gwen, Sam and her children find themselves in grave danger.