Mercy by B.J. Daniels

MercyNarrated by Graham Winton

Occasionally, I like to step out of my comfort zone and try a romance in a sub-genre other than historical, contemporary, or paranormal. Possibly I find a blurb compelling, or I feel challenged to broaden my romance horizons, or (because I’m shallow) the cover looks particularly tasty. While the cover for Mercy was eye-catching – who can resist a hot man leaning on an even hotter car! – I chose it because of the very intriguing, and very vague, blurb.

Rourke Kincaid is a man obsessed with justice. Over the past four years, a woman has managed to kill at least three men and then disappear without a trace. Rourke, on “leave” from the US Marshals after an Read the rest of this entry »

Fading by E. K. Blair

FadingNarrated by Piper Goodeve

Once I finish a book, I’m usually pretty certain how I feel about it. I can tell you if I loved it or hated it, and I can always tell you why. This is not the case with Fading. This intensely powerful and moving story has left me conflicted.

Candace Parker is twenty-two, and a senior in college. As an aspiring ballerina, she doesn’t have a lot of time for the normal kinds of college fun. Instead, she focuses on schoolwork and dancing. Her friends urge her to loosen up, and, even though she doesn’t feel entirely comfortable with the idea, she gives in.

Candace has a difficult relationship with her parents Read the rest of this entry »

What Are We Listening To? The First in a Series

Woman listening

 

Every week or so, we’ll be letting you know what we are listening to. You will continue to see Brenda, Melinda, and my iPhone icons with our latest listens on the right side bar but we thought you would enjoy seeing what all of us – there are now twelve of us – are listening to on a regular basis.

 

 

 

CazUncertain Magic by Laura Kinsale

Narrated by Nicholas Boulton

MeganThankless in Death by JD Robb

Narrated by Susan Ericksen

ShannonBranded by Abby Ketner

Narrated by Jorjeana Marie

Diana – Meet the Earl at Midnight by Gina Conkle

Narrated by Marian Hussey

BJ – Veiled Innocence by Ella Frank

Narrated by Chelsea Hatfield Harding

JessicaCarnal Gift by Pamela Clare

Narrated by Kaleo Griffith

Kaetrin –  Instant Attraction by Jill Shalvis

Narrated by Liisa Ivary

VictoriaThe Book of Life by Deborah Harkness

Narrated by Jennifer Ikeda

Brenda – Magic Strikes by Ilona Andrews

Narrated by Renee Raudman

Melinda – Carolina Home by Virginia Kantra

Narrated by Sophie Eastlake

LeaOut of Control by Suzanne Brockmann

Narrated by Patrick Lawlor and Melanie Ewbank

Carrie – She’s listening to Christmas carols!

 

We’d love to know what you are listening to too!

Lea Hensley

 

Off the Edge by Carolyn Crane

off the edgeNarrated by Romy Nordlinger

Off the Edge is book two in Carolyn Crane’s Undercover Associates series but it stands alone very well. I haven’t read or listened to the first book but had no trouble following the story.

Laney Lancaster is a woman on the run from her evil ex-husband. She’s been hiding for two years in Bangkok, Thailand, and living and working as a lounge singer at the Imperiale Hotel des Roses run by the Shinsuran brothers and their sister (and her BFF), Rajini. Despite the fact that she has apparently successfully escaped from her ex-husband’s clutches, Laney is terribly naïve when it comes to the people around her. Read the rest of this entry »

Blame it on Bath by Caroline Linden

blame it on bathNarrated by Gildart Jackson

Blame It on Bath is the second book in Ms Linden’s The Truth About the Duke series, which features the three sons of the late Duke of Durham. On his deathbed, the duke tells his two youngest sons – Edward and Gerard – that he had been blackmailed because someone had discovered a marriage that predated his marriage to their mother, and that there is a chance that they are all illegitimate.

Each book in the series follows one of the brothers as he makes the attempt, in his own way, to discover the truth. The first book, One Night in London, follows Edward, the middle brother, and in this one Gerard (the youngest) – more of a man of action than his Read the rest of this entry »

Mai Tai’d Up by Alice Clayton

mai taied upNarrated by Heather Smith

Chloe Patterson – former beauty pageant queen – is on the verge of marrying the perfect guy when it dawns on her, almost too late, it’s a big mistake, being forced on her by her mother. Sure, he’s rich, he’s good looking, he’s – well, maybe a little less than average in bed…

Mai Tai’d Up is Book 4 in the Cocktail series.Don’t let the title fool you, it’s not about getting tied up, it’s just a catchy cocktail title! Chloe ditches the groom, runs out on the marriage at the last minute, and retreats to her father’s northern California ranch to find herself. What does a former beauty queen do for a living? She decides to do the one thing she has a passion for – Read the rest of this entry »

The Slow Burn of Silence by Loreth Anne White

The Slow Burn of SilenceNarrated by Tanya Eby and Alexander Cendese

Previously published as Pieces of You, The Slow Burn of Silence is a thrilling mystery and a tender love story. Ms. White does a fabulous job balancing the plot elements so one does not overpower the other. She gives us a glimpse into small town life, showing us that things are not always as peaceful and serene as they might appear.

Rachel Salonen is Snowy Creek’s golden child. An olympic skier, Rachel brought fame and glory to this small Canadian town. Sadly, she suffered a leg injury, and can no longer ski competitively. Read the rest of this entry »

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