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Tomorrow's Too Late
This was my first book in this series and it is action packed and edge of your seat. I did find a few scenes hard to follow, and this may be why. Tor Thom and Charley Ongel nailed the narration with a beautiful performance. My only issue with the story is that the leading man is bi-sexual and they end up in a ménage relationship. The book pretty much starts you out with this scene and it was not advertised that way. Nothing I read gave me a clue that it was going to me a lot of M/M. Nothing against it but just not my cup of tea. Overlooking that the story you fun.
The Bespelled Knight
I really love the story and the nonstop action and adventure. However you may want to read this one. This is book 2 in the series and I would highly recommend book 1 first. However book 1 and book 2 have different narrators. I found this one hard to listen to. I found my self drifting a lot. Everyone has different taste in narrators so I would recommend a sample listen before purchase.
Tabitha is forced to return to her cousins home after a fire destroys the factory she is working in. She hates what that means and is not happy to return to the town she does not feel she fits into. She soon finds that things have changed quite a bit, new businesses are in town and new men. This is a fun and sweet story and I love how things wrapped around and worked out. Great story and lovely narration by Meghan Kelly.
Katherine is starting her life over in a new town. A new practice and new friends. On an afternoon outing she runs into a past client and becomes fast friends. Katherine is very observant and notices a man listening to the conversation they are having. And soon she will get to know him as well, Jake has some issues with his new home. He asks Katherine to help out. As the case progresses they find themselves in danger. This is a super fun listen with a touch of paranormal. Nice job on the narration. “I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review"
Wyn is a demi-goddess and her mother has sent her to the earth to live with the humans in hopes of protecting her. She has sheltered her, her entire life. Not giving her much information on her magic or what life is really like in her mothers world. On her 22nd birthday her magical powers will choose a path but her human family have not been prepared for what is about to happen. Her mother makes a mistake in not sending for her sooner. Her new guards must protect and teach her how to handle her changes while trying to get her to her mothers palace. Laurel Schroeder does an amazing job on the narration.
Lauren Landish hit another one out of the park with this one. Maggie has gone undercover as a waitress in a strip club to get some stories for the gossip magazine she works for. Shane is head of security in the club and the rules are clear not dating of other employees. Plus everyone thinks she's to innocent and he's too rough around the edges. Club life is never what it seems especially when the boss is really a mob boss, and secrets start to fly. This one is action packed and a lot of fun. Great job on the narration! Tracy Marks and Joe Arden really bring the heat level up on this!
The executioner, the name can be a bit misleading on this one, yes he is an executioner. But that is his job not who Asher Creed is, because he is so much more. Asher is the oldest son and ex-military, he is also the big brother to 4 younger brothers and his missing sister. It has been 10 years since that day, and his mother decides its time to open up the old wound and look for more answers. Amazingly things actually start to happen for the family. I cant wait for the rest of this series to get more answers of what happened to her and how it has affected each brother. You get a small glimpse into each of their lives in this book. DC Cole does an wonderful job on the narration. He has an amazing ability of drawing you into the story.
The Foundling Duke
The Foundling hospital is where the children are sent that are to be put up for adoption. James has no memory of this being the beginning of his life. He knows his father loves him, but his mother is a totally different story. This is a amazing story and very well written. James has so much compassion for his mother after the truth comes out. I am not sure I would have felt the same after how she treated him and his father. The narration is very nice and easy to listen to.
The Snowman Killer
Sarah is a retired homicide detective, who recently moved to Alaska. Her 2 new careers are quite different. One is her cover story, as a coffee shop owner. The other is her big secret, she is a mystery writer. Her hit series and her past are about to catch up with her though as someone is trying to recreate her books and bring the killer to life. This is a really fun and fast paced story. I loved the unique characters that bring the story to life. The narration is nice. Her female characters are easy to listen to. I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
Josie finds herself in the Mongol empire in the time of Genghis Khan. She is broken hearted over Tyler (I am so thrilled the author brings this up a few times) and his fate. Almost immediately upon her going to this time she is forced to take sleeping pills that will make her sleep for 100 years. When she wakes (early) things are happening fast and she must get herself together and accept that she may be stuck in this time. As she accepts this she then wonders if she'll ever be safe in the past. I am loving this series its full of action, adventure and love (with some heartbreak). Lillian Yves does a nice job on the narration, she's so easy to listen to!