Claiming Camille – Louise McBain

Almost in touching distance of the partnership she’s worked hard to earn at her law firm, Camille Robbins won’t let anything get in the way, least of all a detour to Washington, DC to take care of her father (and his five Kardashian cats) after he’s been thrown off his bike by a texting driver. … Continue reading Claiming Camille – Louise McBain

Tumbledown (Desolation Point Tumbledown #2) – Cari Hunter & Nicola Victoria Vincent (narrator)

4.5* - Maybe it wasn’t such a clever idea to listen to Tumbledown straight after Desolation Point since now I miss Sarah and Alex. Part of me would hate being friends with them IRL because I would worry about them incessantly. Another part of me, however, would love it because they’re such great characters. They’re … Continue reading Tumbledown (Desolation Point Tumbledown #2) – Cari Hunter & Nicola Victoria Vincent (narrator)

Behind the Sun, Above the Moon: A Non-Binary Science Fiction & Fantasy Anthology

4.5* - I am not a huge short stories reader. I often feel that by the time I’m into the story, it’s over. Seeing J. S. Fields’ name on the cover of this anthology however made me want to give it a try. I loved the Ardulum series so much, I wanted more of their … Continue reading Behind the Sun, Above the Moon: A Non-Binary Science Fiction & Fantasy Anthology

Desolation Point (Desolation Point Tumbledown #1) – Cari Hunter & Nicola Victoria Vincent (narrator)

4.5* - After a rather emotional time with E. J. Noyes’ Ask Me Again, I needed a change of pace. So yeah, a story about being hunted by white supremacists in the wilderness didn’t sound traumatic at all. And it turned out to be a really good choice. After a drunk driver shattered her life, … Continue reading Desolation Point (Desolation Point Tumbledown #1) – Cari Hunter & Nicola Victoria Vincent (narrator)

Ask Me Again (Ask, Tell #2) – E.J. Noyes & Abby Craden (narrator)

I have never been in the military, let alone in a war zone, and I won’t pretend I understand what Sabine is going through with PTSD following "the incident" from Ask, Tell. I have however been trying to convince myself for years that I do not suffer from my own PTSD (my wife will be … Continue reading Ask Me Again (Ask, Tell #2) – E.J. Noyes & Abby Craden (narrator)

Ask, Tell (Ask, Tell #1) – E.J. Noyes & Abby Craden (narrator)

I had been warned but still, I will never be prepared for how sexy Abby Craden’s voice is. And she also rules in non-sexy scenes. I have to say, she might have ruined me for average narrators. I listened to this audiobook about a month ago but couldn't get myself to review it before now. … Continue reading Ask, Tell (Ask, Tell #1) – E.J. Noyes & Abby Craden (narrator)

Huntress – A.E. Radley & Rebecca McKernan (narrator)

Due to a series of bad decisions and mistrust of police, Amy and her best friend Kerry find themselves on the run. Amy is a brilliant twenty-five-year-old woman who is so scared of failure that she never quit her student job at a motorway service station. She's also very naive and trusting in a rather … Continue reading Huntress – A.E. Radley & Rebecca McKernan (narrator)

Fire & Water (Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator #3) – Alexis Hall

4.5* For reasons entirely unrelated to the book itself, it took me a week to read Fire & Water, the third episode of Kate "not Batwoman" Kane’s adventures by Alexis Hall. A novel that length, I usually read in one sitting, two days at the most. It’s a testament to the author’s sense of pacing … Continue reading Fire & Water (Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator #3) – Alexis Hall