Monthly Mini Review
Secrets in Death by JD Robb, narrated by Susan Ericksen – B I always enjoy In Death books to one degree or another so I’d pre-ordered the audiobook and started it the day it downloaded. Secrets in Death is less gruesome than some of the other installments. Sure, Larinda Mars bleeds to death but there is no sexual violence done to her and the villain isn’t quite as twisted as some of them have been.
Susan Ericksen’s narration is always stellar in this series. Her characterisations inform my reading even in print and I hear her voice in my head, especially the Irish lilt she gives Roarke.
I’m over at Dear Author with a review of Temporary by Sarah Mayberry & Sarina Bowen. Rich Aussie playboy type falls for American battler*.
*”battler” = Australian slang for someone who works very hard and doesn’t have much money
I’m over at AudioGals with a review of Suddenly Engaged by Julia London, narrated by Cristina Panfilio. What a wonderful surprise this was! Loved it.
I’m over at AudioGals with a review of Full Package by Lauren Blakely, narrated by Sebastian York. SEBASTIAN YORK. Enough said.
I’m over at Dear Author with a review of Taming Sugar by Rebecca Grace Allen; a BSDM novella re-telling of The Taming of the Shrew.
I’m over at AudioGals with a review of Steal Me by Lauren Layne, narrated by Avalon Kingsbury. Enjoyable story with okay narration.