Dirt Nap (Curtis and Reynolds #2) – Carolyn Elizabeth & Lori Prince (narrator)

Thayer and Corey are one of my favourite couples and that probably explains why I think of Carolyn Elizabeth’s books as mostly happy. Even though this one begins with a reminder of Corey’s injuries from Gallows Humor and a grisly crime scene and is full of gory and crawly details. I just love the relationship … Continue reading Dirt Nap (Curtis and Reynolds #2) – Carolyn Elizabeth & Lori Prince (narrator)

Gallows Humor (Curtis and Reynolds #1) – Carolyn Elizabeth & Lori Prince (narrator)

I loved this book when I read it last December, and when I found out Lori Prince was narrating it, it felt like Christmas again. I knew she’d be perfect for Corey Curtis’s voice. I wasn’t sure about Thayer Reynolds’ voice at first, but Prince quickly convinced me. Gallows Humor was one of my favourite … Continue reading Gallows Humor (Curtis and Reynolds #1) – Carolyn Elizabeth & Lori Prince (narrator)

Troop 18 (A Dr. Kate Morrison Mystery #3) – Jessica L. Webb

So yeah, I’m definitely a fan of this series. And I’m going to assume if you’re reading this review of the third book, you’ve read the previous ones. They are not standalone. If you haven’t, close this page and open Trigger. I loved all three books, both for the same and for different reasons. The … Continue reading Troop 18 (A Dr. Kate Morrison Mystery #3) – Jessica L. Webb

Pathogen (A Dr. Kate Morrison Mystery #2) – Jessica L. Webb

You know that line from Grey’s Anatomy when Meredith has to see a therapist and they’re going through her personal file, and she says it reads like a page-turner? That’s often how I feel about series where the main character isn’t a cop but is nevertheless going through unusually dangerous or exceptional situations, a lot … Continue reading Pathogen (A Dr. Kate Morrison Mystery #2) – Jessica L. Webb

Trigger (A Dr. Kate Morrison Mystery #1) – Jessica L. Webb

Whether it’s because of the pandemic or just that the time was right for some adrenaline, I found myself a couple of days ago in need of something to deeply engage my mind. I’ve had my eye on Jessica L. Webb’s Dr. Kate Morrison series for a while (I read Repercussions a year ago and … Continue reading Trigger (A Dr. Kate Morrison Mystery #1) – Jessica L. Webb

Cold to the Touch (The Dark Peak #2) – Cari Hunter & Nicola Victoria Vincent (narrator)

Ugh. That beginning broke my heart. Not fair. I’m not a hugger (my friends can attest to that) but I would totally have hugged Sanne. When I got started on this review, I had half a mind to simply write "Read this book. Drop everything and read this book". I can tell you how brilliant … Continue reading Cold to the Touch (The Dark Peak #2) – Cari Hunter & Nicola Victoria Vincent (narrator)

No Good Reason (The Dark Peak #1) – Cari Hunter & Nicola Victoria Vincent (narrator)

I am now an official Cari Hunter fan. Every book I read (or listen to, rather, lately), I am sure I am going to love. Not necessarily enjoy (they're awfully grim), but love. Cari Hunter creates the most wonderful and relatable characters then proceeds to make them suffer every which way, whether it be in … Continue reading No Good Reason (The Dark Peak #1) – Cari Hunter & Nicola Victoria Vincent (narrator)

Moonlight Avenue – Gerri Hill & Cassandra York (narrator)

Since I liked Gillette Park so much, I went straight on to Moonlight Avenue, once again following LezReviewBooks' Gaby's recommendation. I had added it to my audiobook library after reading her review, and the time had come to listen to it. After her father was murdered by her mother's lover, Finley (Finn) Knight forgot about … Continue reading Moonlight Avenue – Gerri Hill & Cassandra York (narrator)