An Interview with the Characters from Catherine Coulter and JT Ellison’s THE LOST KEY

The Lost KeyToday we have a different sort of interview. At the Plaza Hotel, FBI agents Nicholas Drummond, Mike Caine, Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, main characters from The Lost Key, are being interviewed.

The Lost Key is Book 2 in the A Brit in the FBI series by Catherine Coulter and J.T. Ellison. For those familiar with Catherine Coulter’s FBI Thriller series, you’ll recognize Dillon and Lacey.

But since we’re audio fans first around here, I think it’s safe to say that the narrators who perform this interview will really catch your attention – Renee Raudman and MacLeod Andrews! That’s enough to make me want to give the series a try.

 

 

The Lost Key releases today simultaneously in print and audio formats.

 

Enjoy!

Lea 

Hold on Tight by Abbi Glines

Hold on TightNarrated by Sebastian York and Shayna Thibodeaux

I absolutely loved this audiobook! It was so captivating that I listened to it in just two sittings over less than twelve hours! As a mother, this story of a single teenage mom and the lengths that she went to protect her baby, even in the face of unbelievable abandonment, just broke my heart. Hold on Tight was so emotionally charged that it even made me cry throughout several points in the book. What a story of courage and of the healing power of true love!

Sienna Roy lost her boyfriend, Dustin Falco, in a drunk driving accident at the tender age of sixteen. They had grown up together and had been best friends since Read the rest of this entry »

The Winter King by C.L. Wilson

the winter kingNarrated by Heather Wilds

I gobbled up the Tairen Soul series a couple years ago and had The Winter King pre-ordered in print for over a year. The other series wasn’t a success on audio for me – the narrator didn’t work so I switched to print. I was hoping for a better experience with The Winter King, as I saw that the narrator was different.

Wynter Atrialan is the King of Wintercraig, a Norse/Viking-like society (except without the boats apparently). Wintercraig and Summerlea (to the south) have a trade arrangement whereby Wintercraig trades furs and raw materials to the Summerlanders in return for their weather gifts (which help regulate the seasons) and fresh produce. When Prince Falcon of Read the rest of this entry »

Georgette Heyer Audiobook Titles

The Grand Sophy

The following Georgette Heyer titles are all available from Audible or Audible UK:

UNABRIDGED

April Lady     Narrated by Eve Matheson      Chivers Audio/AudioGo

Bath Tangle    Narrated by Sian Phillips     Chivers Audio/AudioGo

Beauvallet     Narrated by Cornelius Garrett     Chivers Audio/AudioGo

The Black Moth     Narrated by Julian Rhind-Tutt     Naxos AudioBooks Read the rest of this entry »

Venetia by Georgette Heyer

VenetiaNarrated by Phyllida Nash

While musing about the plot of Venetia, I thought about how similar the story is to the classic Beauty and the Beast fairy tale. The similarities are striking enough to wonder if Heyer had the beloved fairy tale in mind when writing. In this case Beauty is in the guise of Venetia, the lovely almost-spinster, who meets the Beast, easily distinguishable as the dissolute rake, Lord Damerel.

When they first meet, Damerel quickly shows his rakish qualities. In one of the best scenes in the book, he tries to seduce Venetia, mistaking her for a village maiden instead of a lady. Venetia uses her clever wit and sharp tongue to engage Damerel in a bout of Read the rest of this entry »

Faro’s Daughter by Georgette Heyer

Faro's Daughter unabridgedNarrated by Laura Paton

It’s been quite some time since I read Faro’s Daughter, and given my memories of it are rather hazy, listening to this was almost like listening to something completely new. It’s a little different to many of the author’s other romances in that the heroine, while certainly well-born, is not “respectable” because she runs the genteel gaming establishment that is owned by her aunt, Lady Bellingham. It also contains one of the most highly antagonistic central relationships that I can remember reading in her books – the hero and heroine’s barbed banter is often cutting to the point of unpleasantness and in fact, some of the epithets the hero flings at the heroine’s head are downright offensive. Read the rest of this entry »

Listening to Georgette Heyer

The Black MothIt’s all about Georgette Heyer this week and we’re starting today’s feature with a reminder that it’s the last day to enter our giveaway. We’re giving away five copies (downloads) of your choice of Georgette Heyer audiobook title courtesy of Naxos Audiobooks. You can enter here.

Although a number of our AudioGals reviewers enjoy listening to and reading Heyer’s books, Carrie and Caz stand out from the rest of us with both their knowledge of Heyer’s works and deep appreciation of her writing. Yesterday, Carrie wrote of her love of Heyer in Discovering Georgette Heyer. Earlier in the week, Caz talked with Nicholas Soames of Naxos Audiobooks about their numerous Heyer productions. Read the rest of this entry »

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