Reviews - Audiobooks

Different
Datta Groover
Narrator: Deva Groover

CONTEMPORARY/INSPIRATIONAL:  Frank MacBride has a tense and challenging relationship with his wife Sofia, which is further complicated by their nonverbal son, Sam, who seems to have a knack for getting into dangerous situations and exhibiting strange behaviors. Sometimes, it’s like he knows things he shouldn’t, and he believes he has the ability to heal others.

FANTASY/HISTORICAL:  Catrin, the rightful princess of Britannia is happy to be alive. After her half-brother slaughtered her entire family, she is left as a slave to the Roman empire. The commander himself has his eye on her, and disguises her as a boy to keep her safe from the other soldiers. Believed to be an oracle of Apollo, she is put to use to tell the future as a member of the Legion.

Wanted by the Werewolf Prince (Space Shifters Chronicles, Book 1)

Kara Lockharte

Narrator: Valentina Ortiz


PARANORMAL/SCI-FI:  It’s the year 2356 C. E., and Prince Ral and his sister, Princess Seria, of the House of Nightclaw, have just been rescued from a tiger planet, leaving some of his closest friends behind to save his sister. Skye Daring is the starship captain who completes some daring maneuvers to enable their escape.

HISTORICAL/MYSTERY:  This audiobook provides a new and different perspective on the accepted story regarding the rivalry between Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty. The male protagonist is Professor Moriarty, with Sherlock Holmes turning up every so often to share his observations and to pontificate on some topic.

The Marquess Meets His Match (Veterans Club #1)

Julie Coulter Bellon

Narrator: Jessica Elisa Boyd


HISTORICAL:  The two fascinating protagonists in this story are Lord Christian Wolverton-- ‘Wolf’ in spy circles--and Lady Alice Huntingdon, a duke’s daughter, and surprisingly, also a spy with The Falcon Group. Lord Wolverton is fulfilled as an officer serving his country. Lady Alice wishes that someone could see her contributions, instead of focusing on the fact that she is a woman.

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