Steal Me by Lauren Layne

Narrated by Avalon Kingsbury

Steal Me is book 2 in Lauren Layne’s New York’s Finest series, about the Moretti family of police officers. I listened to Cuff Me earlier this year which is actually a later book in the series.

Steal Me is the story of Maggie Walker and Captain Anthony Moretti. Maggie, an aspiring YA romance author, is a waitress at a local diner frequented by the Moretti’s and, unfortunately, she has a habit of spilling coffee or food on Anthony. Could this be a sign of true love?? Read the rest of this entry »

Cake by J. Bengtsson

Narrated by Andi Arndt and Joe Arden

Casey Caldwell is a gregarious accounting student and a bridesmaid at her best friend’s wedding – a best friend who is marrying the half brother of the famous rock star Jake McKallister, the groomsman assigned as Casey’s wedding partner. Jake is a sort of surly loner when he’s not on stage, pretty much the complete opposite of Casey – what could they possibly have in common?

Jake has spent the last 7 years on the road, away from his family, touring with his rock band ever since he composed and performed his first hit as a teenager. But Jake has another reason for being so famous – at age 13, he was kidnapped and tortured for 36 days Read the rest of this entry »

Currently Playing for the Gals, 13th January 2017

Woman listening

We look forward to our chats about what we’re listening to each week – we squee over the good and sigh over the not-so-good, tap each other up for ideas for future listens and generally gossip about what’s making our ears happy. Here’s what we’re listening to this week.


Sweet Cheeks by K. Bromberg

Narrated by Andi Arndt and Sebastian York


Wild Wicked Scot by Julia London

Narrated by Derek Perkins


Forever With You by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Narrated by Sophie Eastlake


Getting Out of Hand by Erin Nicholas

Narrated by Kate Udall


A Storm of Swords by George R.R Martin

Narrated by Roy Dotrice

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Tell us in the comments what’s in YOUR ears this week!

Deep Under by Lisa Renee Jones

Narrated by Eric Michael Summerer & Susannah Jones

I like romantic suspense and I’ve certainly heard Lisa Renee Jones’ name before but I hadn’t listened to or read any of her books. Susannah Jones narrates the Rock Chick books and I think she’s wonderful with them, so I decided it was time to check out LRJ’s brand of RS. Perhaps Deep Under wasn’t the best book to start with, though. It is the fourth book in the Walker Security series and there was clearly something of an ongoing story arc happening, about which I knew nothing going in. I did eventually manage to catch on and I ended up enjoying the book overall but I will say the start was a bit rocky for me. Read the rest of this entry »

An Offer From a Gentleman by Julia Quinn

Narrated by Rosalyn Landor

An Offer From a Gentleman – or The Bridgertons do Cinderella – is the third in Julia Quinn’s perennially popular series of books following the lives and loves of the eight alphabetically named Bridgerton siblings.

Benedict is the second eldest and has spent most of his life being referred to simply as “A Bridgerton” or “number two” and he’s fed up with it. Nobody – other than his family (and sometimes not even them!) – sees him as an individual, a man worthy of attention on his own account, until he meets a lovely masked woman in a silver gown at a masquerade, who sees him – Benedict – and his life changes instantly. Read the rest of this entry »

Easy Kisses by Kristen Proby

Narrated by Rachel Fulginiti & Sebastian York

Easy Kisses is the latest release in the Boudreaux series by Kristen Proby. I bought the first books in the series and I confess I called a halt to the first one, Easy Love, because I couldn’t quite cope with the disconnect in accents. Rachel Fulginiti gives the Boudreaux siblings an authentic New Orleans accent but Sebastian York does not. When Eli (the hero of Easy Love) spoke, between the two narrators, he sounded like two completely different characters. I didn’t have that problem with Easy Kisses, something for which I was very grateful. Instead, both narrators gave the hero, Simon Danbury – a British national – the same accent. Read the rest of this entry »

Lady Maggie’s Secret Scandal by Grace Burrowes

Narrated by James Langton

Lady Maggie’s Secret Scandal is the fifth full-length novel in Grace Burrowes’ series about the eight Windham siblings; the three sons and five daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Moreland. Like Devlin St. Just (The Soldier), Magdalen – Maggie – Windham is illegitimate, fathered by the duke before his marriage, but welcomed into the family as a child, brought up alongside the ducal couple’s legitimate children and later legally adopted.

Now aged thirty, Maggie maintains her own small establishment and is a wealthy woman in her own right, having discovered a talent for investing and speculation when she was in her teens. She regularly advises her brother Read the rest of this entry »

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