Category Archive: Potter, Kirsten

Beauty Like the Night by Joanna Bourne

Narrated by Kirsten Potter In Beauty Like the Night, the sixth entry in Joanna Bourne’s acclaimed Spymasters series, the author turns her focus to Séverine de Cabrillac, sister of Justine (heroine of The Black Hawk) whom we first met when she was a very young child being taken away from revolutionary Paris by the man …

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What the Lady Wants by Renee Rosen

Narrated by Kirsten Potter As a fan of historical fiction, I was eager to dive into What the Lady Wants: a Novel of Marshall Field and the Gilded Age. I haven’t read much about the rebuilding of Chicago after the Great Fire, and even less about the robber barons of that time. The fact that …

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Rogue Spy by Joanna Bourne

Narrated by Kirsten Potter A new book from Joanna Bourne is a Special Event on my calendar. Rogue Spy has been one of my most highly anticipated new titles of 2014; I’d been desperate for Pax’s story ever since listening to The Black Hawk earlier this year, and I’m delighted to say that it’s every bit as …

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The Black Hawk by Joanna Bourne

Narrated by Kirsten Potter When The Black Hawk first came out in print, it suffered a little from “too-great anticipation syndrome” and even though I really liked it, I felt just a titch let down because it wasn’t what I had built it up to be in my mind. (I am deliberately not building up the …

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The Forbidden Rose by Joanna Bourne

Narrated by Kirsten Potter I savored Kirsten Potter’s narration of Joanna Bourne’s The Forbidden Rose. It has all the elements of a fantastic romance: compelling characters, engrossing plot, well-researched historical setting interwoven seamlessly. Set years before The Spymaster’s Lady during the Terror, The Forbidden Rose is Maggie and Doyle’s story. As the book opens, we …

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The Spymaster’s Lady by Joanna Bourne (with sound clip)

A Month of Romance Audio Favorites Selection Narrated by Kirsten Potter Old favorite? That doesn’t quite capture what Joanna Bourne’s The Spymaster’s Lady is to me. Old+favorite makes me think of my broken-in pair of wedges. While the wedges are comfortable enough for a day on my feet, this audio performance by Kirsten Potter is …

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Audie Finalist – Never Seduce a Scot by Maya Banks

Narrated by Kirsten Potter Melinda’s Take I was surprised to learn that a book by Maya Banks, an author known to me for erotic romance, was nominated for an Audie. What I learned is that it is a medieval romantic suspense (really, it read just like a romantic suspense but was set in 1215), not …

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