Reviews - Audiobooks

The Drifter’s Kiss

Devon McKay

Narrator: Jacki Swinford


CONTEMPORARY/WESTERN:  This is a contemporary western, set on two neighboring ranches in Montana. Addison Reed runs one of these ranches after her parents perish in a questionable car accident when she is 18. William Ramsey, who wants to buy her out, runs the neighboring ranch. When her cattle start disappearing, Addie suspects Ramsey, but she lacks proof.

Tryst: Based on Actual Events
Aaron Eldrich
Narrator: Robert Beitzel

HORROR:  Aaron, his brother Zeb, and friend Greg are all walking through the forest one day when they come across an abandoned house. Soon after, they meet and become friends with a young man named Derick. Strange and unexplainable events start to happen; things that make the four boys question who they are and what is real. 

Anna’s Guide to Getting Even
Laura Heffernan
Narrator: Raquel Beatti

WOMEN'S FICTION:  Anna has a perfect life until a hurricane decimates her home. As if losing all of her worldly possessions isn’t enough, her problems soon become even more devastating. When her ex-boyfriend Eric decides to plaster private photos of Anna all around town, she loses what little remained in her life. Once she truly hits rock bottom, Anna decides enough is enough.

Seeking Jake Ryan (Dear Molly Book 1)
Jessica Bucher, M.F. Lorson
Narrator: Joyce Oben

YOUNG ADULT:  Sloane has always had a fondness for John Hughes movies — so much so that she has decided that her ideal man is Jake Ryan of “Sixteen Candles” fame. She is beginning to think such a guy doesn’t exist, until she meets Gabe. He’s got the car and the look. All she needs to do is turn his head her way with some of that Molly Ringwald quirk and charm!

The Final Gift of the Beloved
Barron Steffen
Narrator: Barron Steffen

INSPIRATIONAL/MEMOIR:  After being told that his wife is dead, author Barron Steffen begins an intense emotional process. This book details the first thirteen days after hearing those words. Part love story, and part spiritual revelation. The book is both a tale of tragedy as well as triumph.

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