Reviews - Audiobooks

The Monster
Josh Soule
Narrator: Scott Cluthe

YOUNG ADULT/SUSPENSE/THRILLER:  The story begins with a nameless narrator, one who is dealing with struggles with his ex-girlfriend, best friend, and mother.  Life becomes even harder when he suddenly finds himself in the middle of a murder investigation and being named the number one suspect.  With little choice, the narrator takes off rather than facing the possibility of going to jail.  The

Godspeed: Earls of East Anglia
Kathryn Le Veque
Narrator: Brian Gill

Dashiell “Dash” de Reims is the Captain of the Guard for Edward de Vaston, the Duke of Savernake in East Anglia (England).  The duke has been like a father to him, and is steadily going senile, with a bit of dementia thrown in as well.  His son-in-law and heir, Clayton le Cairon, is tired of waiting for him to die.  He is ready to be the next rich and powerful duke.  Dash thwarts Clayton regula

Rebel Dragon (Aloha Shifters: Pearls of Desire Book 1)
Anna Lowe
Narrator: Kelsey Osborne

PARANORMAL:  Surfer Jenna Monroe is off to Maui to escape a stalker who is desperate to claim her for his own. On the flight over, she meets Connor Hoving, a dragon shifter from a low ranking family ancestry in the dragon hierarchy. Upon first meeting, his inner dragon knows right away that she might be his one-true-mate. How to tell her is another story.

Queer as a Five Dollar Bill
Lee Wind
Narrator: Michael Crouch

YOUNG ADULT/LGBTQ:  Wyatt is a gay teenager growing up in the middle of homophobic America. No one knows that he’s gay, not even his best friend Mackenzie. When he discovers that Abraham Lincoln might have been gay in real life, he uses the information as an opportunity to open the eyes of his narrow-minded town of Lincolnsville, Illinois.

The Unfinished Garden
Barbara Claypole White
Narrator: Ana Clements, Paul Heitsch

CONTEMPORARY:  Ever since her husband’s death, gardening has been Tilly’s safe haven where she can find peace with her son Isaac. When James Nealy enters the picture and asks her to landscape his property, she flat out refuses. But James is persistent, plagued with a fixation on her working for him due to a mental illness that makes his thoughts a bit too loud.

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