Witches Get Stitches by Dakota Cassidy is the tenth novel in the Witchless in Seattle series, narrated by Hollie Jackson. It features amateur sleuth and former witch Stevie Cartwright, along with her zany friends. Just when everything seemed perfect, the world turned upside down. …
Hells Bells, Battle Ground narrated by James Marsters and written by Jim Butcher delivered action, twists, epic battles and consequences. It also brought death, revenge, and left me excited for the next installment.
Night Shift Dragons by Rachel Aaron is the third audiobook in the DFZ urban fantasy series. Growth, battles, tests and swoons await in this nail-biting action-packed story.
I dove straight into Part-time Gods, the second audiobook in the DFZ, urban fantasy series by Rachel Aaron before the ink dried on my review of the first audiobook. We are back in the Detroit Free Zone and our girl Opal is in serious trouble.
Minimum Wage Magic delivered from an intriguing world to unique characters. Mages, dragons, cybernetics and magic gave way to a suspenseful tale filled with characters I want more of. The first in the DFZ series you’ll want to add this to your TBR pile.
From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout delivered a riveting fantasy filled with romance, supernatural elements, and danger. Armentrout pulled me in and held me captive.
Bound is the eighth audiobook in the Alex Verus series by Benedict Jacka. Narrated by Gildart Jackson, I was once again pulled into this riveting world of light and dark mages.
Narrated by Holly Jackson, Blood & Ash by Deborah Wilde offered a snarky protagonist and an interesting case as the first audiobook in the Jezebel Files series.