Audio Book

The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton Audiobook Review

The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton is a generational story that takes part in 1913, 1975 and 2005. Cassandra leaves her home in Australia to deal with the cottage that she has inherited from her beloved grandmother, Nell, in England. Still reeling from a tragic accident that happened a few years earlier, Cassandra feels like her entire life is being ripped apart. In England Cassandra discovers that along with the

Double Dog Dare by Gretchen Archer Audiobook Review

Double Dog Dare by Gretchen Archer is book 7 in the Davis Way Crime Caper Series. You can read this as a standalone book, I have not read the rest of the series and I did not feel like I missed anything. Davis Way Cole is the head of security for the Bellissimo Resort and Casino in Biloxi Mississippi. For Davis life is great she has a loving husband, wonderful

Down the Rabbit Hole by Holly Madison book review

Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny by Holly Madison is an autobiographical book focused on Holly’s time in the Playboy mansion and how she got there. I listened to the audiobook of this which is narrated by Holly and I 100% recommend this as the way to consume this book. In the book, Holly Madison, Hefner’s former number-one girlfriend, looks back on her

The Mystery of Alice by Lee Bacon Audiobook Review

The Mystery of Alice by Lee Bacon is an Audible original mystery and thriller audiobook aimed at teens and young adults. Emily Poe has won a full scholarship to the exclusive Audyn school in Manhattan. She thought the elaborate test by the mysterious Leopold Foundation to get into the school would be her biggest challenge, but it turns out that getting in was only the first hurdle and not everything is

A Mind of Her Own by Paula McLain Audiobook Review

A Mind of Her Own by Paula McLain is an Audible Original narrated by Hillary Huber about Marie Curie’s earlier life. This is a short story that is an easy 1 and a half hour listen, perfect for a commute. The story starts off in 1893 Paris where 25-year-old Polish, Marie Sklodowska is studying science at the Sorbonne. Determined to win a male-dominated field and in a world that is

The Queen’s Poisoner by Jeff Wheeler Book Review

I listened to the audiobook of The Queen’s Poisoner by Jeff Wheeler narrated by Kate Rudd. I truly enjoyed this version and found it entertaining and it was one of those books that was hard to hit the pause button on when I  had to do something else. Luckily for me, this is the first book in the King Fountain series which meant that I had five more books to

Fireblood by Jeff Wheeler Book Review

The latest fantasy series, Whispers from Mirowen, by Jeff Wheeler is available. The first book in the trilogy is Fireblood. Orphan, Annon has been raised as a druidecht, a class that is taught to communicate with the spirit world and enlist the spirits’ help. He has been summoned by his uncle Tyrus of Kenatos to help Hettie, the sister he did not know he had from, secure a treasure to

The Secrets of Us by Lucinda Berry Book Review

What would you do to protect the most important person in the world to you? for Krystal the answer is anything when it comes to keeping her sister Nichole safe. The secrets of us by Lucinda Berry explores the relationship and bond created between foster sisters Krystal and Nichole as they work together to escape the terrible hand that life has dealt them. In the present day, Krystal is interrupted

The Killing Fog by Jeff Wheeler

The Killing Fog by Jeff Wheeler is the first book in his new fantasy series, The Grave Kingdom. Bingmei’s family is slain by a band of marauders leaving her orphaned and alone in the dead of winter as she hides in her family compound as the looters camp out for the winter. She is eventually rescued by a band of mercenaries that take her in and train her to become

The Hospital by Keith C Blackmore

Augustus Berry is a survivor known as Mountain Man and in this short audiobook, we are introduced to him and the post-apocalyptic world in which he lives. The audiobook is only about an hour long but it’s great fun. We start off with Mountain Man scrounging for supplies in a hospital. The only problem is, there could be zombies around every corner and behind every closed door. Then he discovered