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review 2016-01-10 01:15
Morningside Fall Legends of the Duskwalker 2 ~Audiobook
Morningside Fall - Jay Posey

Morningside Fall: Legends of the Duskwalker 

• Written by: Jay Posey
• Narrated by: Luke Daniels
• Length: 13 hrs and 56 mins
• Series: Legends of the Duskwalker, Book 2
• Unabridged Audiobook
• Release Date:02-24-15
• Publisher: Audible Studios
• Reviewed for Audiobook Reviewer




I am OCD about reading books in order….so I picked up Three to listen to first before starting this Morningside Fall, and I’m still reeling a bit from it, Three was an awesome listen……This second installment….not sure if it because I started it right after the first book and the loss of Three is still so fresh in my mind…but story wise this book was just not as good as the first one. While I really liked Wren in the first book, in this one he was just okay….maybe it is the whole second book syndrome that so many series have……The story seemed to drag quite a bit but did pick up towards the last couple of hours. The story was not bad, just not as good as the first….the characters of Morningside Falls are really what bring this book together and keep you reading/listening…..the world building is great and we find out more about the threat of the Weir….there is not much more I can say without getting spoilery. I’m taking a short break from this so I don’t burn out and will then be jumping into the third book.
As always, Luke Daniels did an amazing job on the narration….he is one of my favorite narrators and the reason I wanted to try this series…..so narration on this is a solid 5 stars.

So go and listen….while not as great as the first book, it is still good and the narration is fabulous...

Audiobook provided by Author/Publisher via Audiobookreviewer.com for an honest review

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review 2015-12-23 06:02
Love Slave for Two ~ Audiobook
Love Slave for Two - Tymber Dalton,Sierra Kline,Siren-BookStrand



This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBlast dot com


I really enjoyed this story, there were parts where Nevvie drove me crazy….like  why she stayed with Alex for so long….I just don’t understand why some people put up with being treated so horribly…..but we do get to see Nevvie grow into a stronger person by the end of the book.  Nevvie and her boy’s are a bit broken and by the end they each play a big part in healing the wounds they each have carried for so long. 


Tymber Dalton writes some of the best ménage books I have ever read, for me it is because of her character development, you really get to know the characters in her stories (her Coffeeshop Coven series is one of my favorites)


Sierra Kline is a new to me narrator and I thought she did a great job with the voices and the accents for both Tyler and Thomas. I would try other books that she narrates.   

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text 2015-12-18 09:00
2015 Audiobook Challenge: 4th Quarter and Wrap


It's 4th Quarter Update Check In and Wrap for the 2015 Audiobook Challenge.

Well, the 2015 Audiobook Challenge is over and it's time to wrap it up. I feel good about what I listened to this year, though I would have liked to have reviewed more of them. *hangs head in shame* (Looks like its a good thing I signed up for the 2016 Blogger Shame Challenge.)

My Chosen Level:

My Precious (30-50)

I am feeling great that I managed to spank my chosen level and even made the next one, Marathoner (Look Ma No Hands) 50+, my be-otch. Whoots for me!! And this year ain't officially over yet, so I may be able to sneak a few more on the list.  And you know I will right?


  1. Whispering Rock by Robyn Carr
  2. Virgin River Christmas by Robyn Carr
  3. Second Chance Pass by Robyn Carr
  4. Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison
  5. Storm's Heart by Thea Harrison
  6. Serpent's Kiss by Thea Harrison
  7. Oracle's Moon by Thea Harrison
  8. Devine Tarot by Thea Harrison
  9. Destiny's Tarot by Thea Harrison
  10. Lord's Fall by Thea Harrison
  11. The Wicked by Thea Harrison
  12. Kinked by Thea Harrison
  13. A Dragon's Family Album by Thea Harrison
  14. Night's Honor by Thea Harrison
  15. Give It All by Cara McKenna
  16. Looking for Trouble by Victoria Dahl
  17. Rocket Man by Melanie Green
  18. Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop
  19. The Importance of Being Alice by Katie MacAlister
  20. Ready to Roll by Melanie Green
  21. Dark Debt by Chloe Neill
  22. Temptation Ridge by Robyn Carr
  23. Dark Witch by Nora Roberts
  24. Dark Spell by Nora Roberts
  25. Best Kind of Trouble by Lauren Dane
  26. Murder al Dente by Jennifer Hart
  27. Blood Magick by Nora Roberts
  28. Midnight's Kiss by Thea Harrison
  29. Miss Match by Laurelin McGee
  30. Broken Open by Lauren Dane
  31. A Midsummer's Night Romp by Katie MacAlister
  32. Tricks of the Trade by Laura Ann Gilman
  33. Dragon Justice by Laura Ann Gilman 
  34. Dark Instincts by Suzanne Wright
  35. Paradise Valley by Robyn Carr
  36. Forbidden Falls by Robyn Carr
  37. Angel's Peak by Robyn Carr
  38. Moonlight Road by Robyn Carr
  39. Promise Canyon by Robyn Carr
  40. Wild Man Creek by Robyn Carr
  41. Harvest Moon by Robyn Carr
  42. Buried Secrets by Irene Hannon
  43. Bring Me Home for Christmas by Robyn Carr
  44. Hidden Summit by Robyn Carr
  45. Redwood Bend by Robyn Carr
  46. The Liar by Nora Roberts
  47. Sunrise Point by Robyn Carr
  48. My Kind of Christmas by Robyn Carr
  49. Targeted by Katie Reus
  50. Fifth Grave Past the Light by Darynda Jones
  51. Sixth Grave on the Edge by Darynda Jones
  52. Seventh Grave and No Body by Darynda Jones
  53. A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
  54. Sealed with a Curse by Cecy Robson
  55. Under Wraps by Hannah Jayne
  56. Muzzled by Eileen Brady
  57. Unleashed by Eileen Brady
  58. Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness
  59. Eighth Grave After Dark by Darynda Jones
  60. My Bluegrass Baby by Molly Harper
  61. A Cold Dark Place by Toni Anderson
  62. Brighter Than the Sun by Darynda Jones
  63. The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness
  64. Rhythm and Bluegrass by Molly Harper
  65. Top Secret Twenty-One by Janet Evanovich
  66. Tricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich
  67. Nuts by Alice Clayton
  68. Snow Falling on Bluegrass by Molly Harper
  69. A Cursed Embrace by Cecy Robson
Just a few more books lined up for the end of the year, including: Weird Girls #2 by Cecy Robson, UDA #3 by Hannah Jayne and Yappy Hour by Diana Orgain.

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review 2015-12-18 06:35
Born to Magic: Tales of Nevaeh, Volume I - David Wind,David Wind,Helene McCardle

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• Written by: David Wind
• Narrated by: Helene McCardle
• Length: 11 hrs and 41 mins
• Unabridged Audiobook
• Release Date: 09/17/15
• Publisher: David Wind
• Reviewed for AudiobookReviewer.com




This is a post-apocalyptic and a fantasy story all in one. The year is 5271 and the world as we know it has been destroyed by nuclear war and while the human race has survived it is more like medieval times, with castles, keeps, Kings, Queens and High Kings. Men are stronger and women can do magic. The radiation has caused many changes in plants and animals of the world. I’m having a hard time coming up with anything more descriptive without giving spoilers, while a bit frustrating, learning as the characters do makes the story more compelling (at least to me it does).

I enjoyed this story, even though at times it seemed to drag a bit, it kept my interest. The world building was good and you did not have a big info dump at the beginning, information is doled out as the story progresses. While not the same, the theme of this story reminded me a lot of The Golden Compass/His Dark Materials series….different worlds, ages but the theme of Good versus Evil and an young man and woman journeying together to fight it….an oversimplification of the plot but you get the idea. The scary part to me is how this reflects so much of what is going on in the world today. The dark circle wants to conquer and enslave all if Neveah and the Dark Circle of 5271 are from the same terrorist group that launched the nuclear war…they use dark sorceresses to cause strife, disharmony…if they can get the kingdoms of Neveah to go to war with each other, the negative energy from this will make them more powerful.

Helene McCardle does an excellent job narrating, while some of the male characters were not quite as easy to distinguish, all the female characters were very distinct. I do think that this story is one hat would do well as either a graphic novel or just in general a full cast narration.
As usual, the most frustrating part is that the adventure is not yet over but the audio for the next book is not yet available….while I could pick up the e-book, this story really works well as an audio so I will wait to continue until it is out.

Audiobook provided by the Author/Publisher via Audiobook Reviewer for an honest review

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review 2015-11-24 04:32
Criss Cross ~ Audiobook
Criss Cross - Jordan Castillo Price,Gomez Pugh

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  • Written by:Jordan Castillo Price
  • Narrated by:Gomez Pugh
  • Series: PsyCops book 2
  • Length:4 hrs and 9 mins 
  • UnabridgedAudiobook
  • Release Date:11-5-14
  • Publisher:JCP Books LLC




What I am really liking about this series so far is that it covers so many genres…romance, suspense, urban fantasy, paranormal…..you get a bit of everything.  While it was pretty easy to figure out who the bad guy was…..the “why” was not so easy to figure out.   Victors musings were pretty funny and I liked that he seems to be believing in him and Jacob….I can’t wait to see where they go from here.  There were a lot of   great lines but this one just had me cracking up


  She slipped a pamphlet into my hands. On the cover was a triangle with a rainbow inside and I nearly spewed the bagel the nurse had given me. How'd she know I was gay? It was the blowjob. They'd found traces of semen in my mouth. Oh god, I was so fired. And then I'd lose my health coverage, and then my liver would explode.

"In addition to changing the meds, you'll have to start watching your diet," she said.

I stared at her.

"The USDA modified the food pyramid to reflect their most recent guidelines," she said, as I scrambled to figure out what my diet had to do with being queer. Chance pointed at the pamphlet. "You'll note there's no donut group. And no coffee group either. Limit coffee to one cup a day. Two, at the most."

I looked down at the pamphlet and read the title. 
My Pyramid Plan : A Guide to Healthy Eating.


Gomez Pugh did a great job with the narration an am looking forward to listening to the next one.


Audiobook was provided by the Author for an honest review.


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