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Throwback Thursday: The Quiet Gentleman by Georgette Heyer

Narrated by Cornelius Garrett Reviewed by Carrie originally on September 14 2012 IT’S THROWBACK THURSDAY SO WE’RE FEATURING SOME OF OUR OLDER REVIEWS AND ARTICLES #TBT Over a decade ago a friend urged me read a book by Georgette Heyer, even though I mostly read mysteries and fantasy at the time. At her insistence, I …

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Throwback Thursday: Match Me If You Can by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

IT’S THROWBACK THURSDAY! All three Gals discussed Match Me If You Can three years ago as part of our Three Gals Talking: Three Gal Favorites event. There was definitely a review to be found within so here’s our discussion/review, originally published October 22, 2012. Narrated by Anna Fields Lea: Susan Elizabeth Phillips (SEP) is well known in …

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The Gals Best 2014 Romance Listens

What are the Gals Best Romance Listens from 2014? We asked all of our reviewers to join in this year and choose their top three romance listens. Although some of us chose the same audio, the selections still vary greatly and you’ll find twenty-three Best of 2014 listens on this year’s list. 1. Lord of Scoundrels by …

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The World of Ilona Andrews’ Kate Daniels Series

I discovered Ilona Andrews’ world of Kate Daniels via audio format. I had heard so many wonderful things about the series and Renee Raudman’s narration although I must admit that investing in three books (the number of audio titles available at the time) seemed a bit steep when I didn’t know what I was getting …

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Blue Velvet by Iris Johansen

Narrated by Renee Raudman Iris Johansen’s popular Eve Duncan series is categorized under thriller at Fiction Database but “back in the day” this author – like so many current authors – cut her writing teeth on the series romance genre. Blue Velvet , a Loveswept title from 1985, is one of those early tales. I …

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The Shadow and the Star by Laura Kinsale

Narrated by Nicholas Boulton It’s finally here. I’ve been talking about The Shadow and the Star since I first discovered Laura Kinsale’s plans to release her books in audio format. In case you haven’t heard (which is doubtful if you hang around AudioGals), this is my favorite Kinsale book, so much so, that it also …

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A Non-Techie’s Adventure in Listening

See that picture? It’s my Kindle Fire  HD – the device I use to read 95% of my books. It also has the ability to play audiobooks but don’t talk to me about Whispersync. When someone mentions it, something in my brain switches to “off”. I really don’t want to go there. See, I officially fall …

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