Reviews - Audiobooks

I Serve: A Novel of the Black Prince
Roseanne E. Lortz,
Narrator: James Young

HISTORICAL:  From squire to knight, Sir John Potenhale, loyal servant to the Black Prince, narrates a tale that intertwines with the conflicts between England and France from the 1340s onwards. A mere squire at the Battle of Crecy, Potenhale earns his spurs and enters the command of Prince Edward, eldest son of King Edward III.

The Enigma Ignite (The Enigma Series, Volume 3)
Breakfield and Burkey,
Narrator: Derek Shoales

TECHNO THRILLER:  In the third installment of the Enigma Series, the focus is on battlefield communications and the application of nanotechnology. Unfortunately, more than one agency or set of actors is determined to be first in this technological competition. Su Linn, a Chinese professor of animal husbandry holds the key to bringing this technology to field combatants.

The Enigma Rising (The Enigma Series, Volume 2)
Breakfield and Burkey,
Narrator: Derek Shoales

TECHNO THRILLER:  The R-Group, a secretive European family-run operation with ties to major governments is asked by a Brazilian magnate to locate his missing daughter.

Hunting in Bruges (Hunters' Guild #1)
E.J Stevens,
Narrators: Melanie A. Mason, Anthony Bowling

MYSTERY:  Jenna Lahane, hunter of all things supernatural and evil, is on a mission to Bruges to investigate a series of brutal and mysterious murders of tourists visiting the ancient city. With an ancient city comes centuries of baggage and conspiracy too. The closer Jenna is to solving the mystery, the more she wonders if perhaps some secrets are best left buried.

What Happens at Midnight
Laura Chapman,
Narrator: Kay Heart

ROMANTIC COMEDY:  Natalie is a romantic comedy junkie. She’s got them all memorized and the hopeless romantic antics never grow old —until she finds herself caught up in them herself. For three years in a row, New Years Eve has been the night where she bumps into a mysterious, handsome stranger named Rob. Unfortunately for her, the perfect movie ending doesn’t play out, or can it?