Under Suspicion

  • by Marla Josephs
  • Narrated by D. C. Cole
  • 4 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ethan's story is finally here in this spin off series from Marla Josephs' Alexander Ranch series. The team is still fighting crime and solving cases with a few new faces. This case has Ethan working with Sasha to find out who is harassing a teacher at the local school and trying to frame their client. Or, is their client guilty? As the letters turn from harsh accusations to hostile threats, the team must work fast to solve this one before someone gets hurt.

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My Favorite In The Series!

I’ve listened to every audiobook in the Alexander Ranch series. This story is the fifth in the series and centers on Jordan’s brother Ethan. For me this book is the best in this fantastic series. When Sasha and Ethan team up with the rest of the Alexander gang to solve a mystery, sparks fly between the two. Sasha is every bit the independent woman just like Jordan’s prickly girlfriend Lela, but Ethan has watched the lessons learned the hard way by his brother and he is determined to avoid the pitfalls.

I enjoyed the banter between Ethan and Sasha and I got a kick out of how Ethan approached Sasha’s independent nature and diffusing her temper.

DC Cole narrates this audiobook which is 4 ½ hours long and he’s is one of my favorites. He does a wonderful job voicing all of the characters in this audiobook.

This audiobook was gifted to me exchange for an unbiased review!
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Loved Ethan. Hated Sasha.

Why does 'young' always have to equal spoiled and bratty? This was a good listen but I had a hard time dealing with the main character, Sasha. Her reasons for doing things just irked me.

Loved Ethan though. As part of the security team protecting Sasha (who wouldn't need protection had she made better decisions), Ethan was a strong and capable alpha male.

I know this was part of a series and I may have missed some things along the way, but as much as I liked the book, I'm not sure if I will look for any more or go back to catch up.

I did enjoy the narration. Quite a lot, actually. I've listened to a few books by this narrator and have enjoyed them immensely. DC Cole has the rare ability to deliver a strong male voice and still provide a believable female. Too bad the female was Sasha.


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- Dee

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-23-2017
  • Publisher: Marla Josephs