Audiobook Review: Werewolf Epidemic

Author: Taylor Haiden

Narrator: Hugh Bradley

Series: The Werewolf M.D. Series, Book 2

Publisher: Brian S. Ference

Released: Jan. 23, 2019

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Can their love survive this outbreak?

Nurse Isabella and Doctor Roman are kidnapped by the pack and the mysterious Jean-Luc. What will she do when she learns the depths of how the Alpha’s dark past intertwines with the man she loves?

Brought before the Alpha Council to answer for their crimes, they find the werewolf leadership in turmoil as a virus courses through their ranks. The lines between foes and friends blur as Roman tries to stop the emerging epidemic.

When an ancient enemy returns to take vengeance, the world is turned upside down and Roman and Isabella are separated. Does she have the medical knowledge and skill needed to keep Patient Zero alive on her own? While on the edge of finding a cure, the medical board revokes Dr. Roman’s medical license, leaving him no choice but to break into a CDC maximum security lab. Can he solve the biggest challenge of his career and survive long enough to save everyone he loves from a terrible death?

Filled with steamy scenes and and action-based violence, this gripping novel does not contain any cheating and has a happily ever after. Scroll up and one-click to buy this thrilling paranormal romance today.

TAYLOR HAIDEN has three beautiful children and an amazingly supportive spouse and lives with them in Arizona. Tylor’s days are spent enjoying the breathtaking blue skies and pink sunsets while writing a variety of genres. When not writing, Taylor enjoys traveling to new places, tasting new and exciting foods, binging on Netflix, and experiencing everything that life has to offer from barbecues to scuba diving. Taylor is author of the Werewolf M.D. series with more in the works.

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Audiobook narrator Hugh Bradley brings his distinctive voice to titles ranging from romance to history.
Hugh brings characters to life with a distinct voice, with a deep understanding of the character and their motivation. Mr. Bradley doesn’t just tell us the story, he brings us with him on the journey.

From Hugh: “I’m a classically trained actor, and have been on Broadway and toured all over the world in everything from musicals to Shakespearean productions. I still perform on stage from time to time, but most of the time these days I stick to recording, and producing and directing for the stage.”

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My Review

The second book in The Werewolf M.D. Series is a great surprise. I did like the first one, but “Werewolf Epidemic” is much more engaging and full of action. It kept me at the edge of my seat and I savored every word in each chapter.

This time, Isabella and Roman have to face stronger enemies – seen or unseen. The events challenge not only the supernatural abilities, but as well their knowledge as doctors. They fight against a virus and against others trying to hurt werewolves. Their love can withstand it all however. I loved their devotion in book 1 and I love it even more here.

As in case of the first book, I must mention that I do not like the cover – it doesn’t feel werewolf-y enough – and I have my small issues with the narration. Maybe it’s me not rezoning with the narrator’s voice. However, it was an intense experience and I must admit Hugh Bradley did a great job of transmitting the tension in every moment. I would have wanted a bit more voice acting, that’s all – changing the voice and all that.

All in all, I liked the series quite a lot and I did enjoy my time with the characters. There are fresh elements when it comes to werewolves, we have intense action and a lot of twists. I do recommend it – it’s short and very entertaining. 5 stars for the book, 3.5 for the narration = 4.25 stars = 4 stars. Happy reading!

 

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February Wrap Up – Lot and Little

February wrap up

…Because “I’ve done a lot and so little at the same time” seems to be too long of a title.

Hello my lovely booklovers and visitors! I am back with updates on the many things I started doing in January and ended up not finishing in February and a potential challenge for myself for the month of March!

If you follow me on Twitter or Goodreads, you might have seen my note on Beta Reading. I have started doing this earlier in January and I was very very lucky to have met amazing authors that had the patience to deal with my hectic schedule and my beginner ways. I have done beta reading for 4 books already and I have other three in progress – late in case of some. This process is very time consuming for me, but so rewarding in the end. I love overanalyzing the story, the characters and just how everything fits together. But most of all, I love knowing that my comments are helping our lovely authors.

While I have spent most of my time doing that, I have managed to read quite a lot, I have 19 reviews posted for January and 9 for February and 4 other books read and not reviewed, just because I could not find the time to sit and write – will get to that in the following paragraphs. I am back scheduling my articles and all is ok. My daily job is under control, aka “I am now used to the pressure, no biggy”.

At the end of January, I started crocheting again. I didn’t even realize how much I missed it. So I have reminded myself all the plans from last year. I took one more step in the right direction and  started an Instagram account where I am documenting my progress (feel free to follow me @hookedonthread – for mycrochet experience and of course @lillysbookstagram – for my bookish photos). Let’s see what will come out of it later on 🙂

On the bad side of things, I skipped a lot of readathons becasue I didn’t manage to prepare my TBRs on time and also I did have a though time at work. My reading habbits have been so off the charts and I also didn’t manage to stick to my posting schedule, but I intend to remedy that. I have decided to challenge myself this month to stick to the plan. I am currently working on my March List of Resolutions and I will share that one with you in tomorrow’s post.

But enough about me, tell me about you! How have January and February been for you guys? Any good books? Any bookboxes you have descovered? Let me know in the comments below and until next time, Happy Rreading!

Audiobook Review: Evil’s Unlikely Assassin

Author: Jenn Windrow

Narrator: Chelsea Stephens

Length: 8 hours 49 minutes

Series: Alexis Black, Book 1

Publisher: Irreverent Publishing

Released: Jan. 23, 2019

Genre: Urban Fantasy

“Evil’s Unlikely Assassin is a promising urban fantasy debut that features all that’s great about the genre–action, attitude, and ass-kicking.” -Jaye Wells, USA Today bestselling author of The Sabina Kane and Prospero’s War series

Vampire Alexis Black is on a mission – to rejoin the human race.

Coerced into signing an ironclad contract by an Angel-with-attitude, Alexis must hunt down and assassinate at least one vampire, werewolf, or creepy crawly every night for fifty years to become human again. Too bad the contract didn’t mention the badass vampire who now rides shotgun in her brain, insatiable bloodlust, or her new I-hate-everything-with-fangs sidekick. If she can fulfill her end of the bargain, her humanity is restored, if not she will be destroyed.

But when a revenge-seeking bloodsucker threatens her city, Alexis must risk everything to ensure there’s a humanity to return to. Since her vampire nature is her greatest weapon to defeat the monsters that threaten her friends and future, Alexis must choose to accept her inner beast or watch those she loves die.

Jenn Windrow is an award winning author of Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance. Vampires, Greek gods, and a bit of Freak Show fun for everyone.

She loves characters who have a pinch of spunk, a dash of attitude, and a large dollop of sex appeal. Top it all off with a huge heaping helping of snark, and you’ve got the ingredients for the kind of fast paced stories she loves to read and write. Home is a suburb of it’s-so-hot-my-shoes-have-melted-to-the-pavement Phoenix. Where she lives with her husband, two daughters, and a slew of animals that seem to keep following her home, at least that’s what she claims.

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Chelsea Stephens has a long time love and appreciation for the performing arts, with experience in on-stage acting, singing and voice over. Her love for reading books and the pursuit of the story led her to narration. She enjoys unfolding characters and bringing listeners into new worlds. Chelsea is an experienced voice actor with a talent for mystery, fantasy and YA novels. She’s a mom to a gaggle of young ones living in the Midwest with her lumbersexual husband.

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Oh, hello Vampire! I am loving the series so so much! I have just finished with book one and I already want to see more. I was so captivated I didn’t realize when time flew by. Because it’s action and then more action. And later something happens and … yes, more action!

I am a sucker for vampires (haha!), so give me one bloody (literary) story and I am all yours. And our Alexis with her crowd of helpers and enemies is so amazing. She has fighting in her, she has strength and one hell of a vampire to back her up. I liked her resolution to do what it takes to get back her humanity and how firm she is in keeping away from blood.

Refreshing and intense, we have a gathering of beings, each with a special personality. The characters are not alike at all. People, actually beings, from opposite sides must work together to defeat a common enemy. There is so much action, you actually cannot spare a minute. There is something happening all the time… I love it !

I loved the narration as well. Chelsea Stephens is amazing! Her voice acting is superb! She kept me all the way with the characters and her way of being sarcastic, funny, enraged, a vampire, a ghost and all the other personalities, incorporating so many emotions… she does it flawlessly, in my opinion at least! (but others think the same, so … )

Suffice to say I have found a new favorite series and a new favorite author. I do encourage you to read this one, audio is even better. It has a little bit of everything you want. It’s entertaining and awesome. What more can you need? Happy Reading!

I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Jenn Windrow. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

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Book Review: My Favorite Cowboy

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Title: My Favorite Cowboy (Heart of Texas #3)

Author: Donna Grant

Published: February 26th 2019 by St. Martin’s Paperbacks

Source: Received from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review

Format: ecopy (via NetGalley)

Blurb:

Audrey Martinez is a veterinarian who has devoted her whole life to the care and protection of horses―even if doing so leaves her little time for meeting a man. Who would have thought that a strange case of criminal horseplay would lead her to falling deeply, wildly in love? If only the man who makes her heart race faster than a wild mustang would let his guard down, that is. . .

Caleb Harper is no ordinary cowboy. Sure, he wears his hat, boots, and jeans like a second skin, and displays an easygoing charm that comes from years of working on the ranch. But with his military background, and Army buddies at his side, he is tried-and-true Texas tough. Audrey knows she can trust a man like Caleb to help her save horses. But can Caleb trust himself to resist his attraction to Audrey―or will the sparks of their desire end up getting them burned?

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Happy Release Day!!!

Another nice cowboy story from Donna Grant, one that makes me want to read more of the next books in the series. I liked it but I do have some comments here and there.

After reading “Cowboy, Cross My Heart”, I couldn’t wait to read Caleb’s story. Even from Book 2 he shows some issues which are better explained in “My Favorite Cowboy”. He and Audrey Martinez have to find out why the horses on a friend’s ranch. She is a well-known veterinarian, with a reputation built on hard work and dedication. She loves horses and is willing to do all in her power and more to find out what or who is harming them. Caleb’s interest is piqued by her physique at first, but he cannot stop admiring her passion and commitment.

All is good and well. The mystery is well built and integrated. But here is where my issues come. I loved the romance, but the willingness to commit comes too quick and while I was expecting this after reading book 2, I have to mention it did bother me a little. All the family and friends get involved in this, which is great. There is a great support system in Caleb’s family and everyone is welcoming anyone with open arms. However, there were moments when it seemed too much.

Overall, I cannot say I did not like the book. There are just some items that were not necessarily to my taste. The action kept e reading and reading, just to find out what was going on and it was an interesting reveal in the end. I’ll go with 3.5 stars and looking forward to the next books in the series. Enjoy!

I do invite you to check out the previous books in the series. Even if book 3 can be read as a standalone, the previous two give you an idea about the atmosphere and how the family and friends come together for one another.

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Donna is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over forty-five novels. Her most popular series is the breathtaking Dark King (aka Dragon King) series featuring dragons, immortal Highlanders, and the Fae.

In addition to her novels, Donna has written over forty short stories, novellas, and novelettes for digital-first and print release. She has been dubbed as giving the “paranormal genre a burst of fresh air” by the San Francisco Book Review. Her work has been hailed as having “deft plotting and expert characterization” by Publisher’s Weekly and “sizzling” by RT Book Reviews.

She has been recognized with awards from both bookseller and reader contests including the National Reader’s Choice Award, Booksellers Best Award, as well as the coveted K.I.S.S. Award from RT Book Reviews.

Donna travels often for various speaking engagements, conferences, and book signings. She is also a frequent workshop presenter at national conferences such as RT Book Lovers Convention and Thrillerfest, as well as local chapters.

Born and raised in Texas, she also has ties across the border in Louisiana. Growing up with two such vibrant cultures, her Cajun side of the family taught her the “spicy” side of life while her Texas roots gave her two-steppin’ and bareback riding. She is never far from her faithful 80 pound dog, Sisko, or her three cats. She can often be found at the movies or bookstore with her children. Or buying makeup. And shoes.

You an find her at http://www.DonnaGrant.com

as well as her website devoted entirely to the Dragon Kings and all series that encompass the Dark World at http://www.MotherOfDragonsBooks.com.

Audiobook Review:Werewolf M.D.

Author: Taylor Haiden

Narrator: Hugh Bradley

Series: The Werewolf M.D. Series, Book 1

Publisher: Brian S. Ference

Released: Jan. 23, 2019

Genre: Paranormal Romance

His medical miracles are too good to be true.

This aloof doctor’s methods are less than conventional. What better way to save a patient, than by biting them?

Fresh out of nursing school, Isabella struggles to save her dying patients while vying for the attentions of a doctor who is too hot to handle.

Will Isabella fall for the charm of this hard-body physician with a kind smile and the “Miracle Doctor” reputation?

Can anything stop the double-edged virus as it courses through the small hospital in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana?

Contains bonus content, high-heat scenes and action-based violence.

 

TAYLOR HAIDEN has three beautiful children and an amazingly supportive spouse and lives with them in Arizona. Tylor’s days are spent enjoying the breathtaking blue skies and pink sunsets while writing a variety of genres. When not writing, Taylor enjoys traveling to new places, tasting new and exciting foods, binging on Netflix, and experiencing everything that life has to offer from barbecues to scuba diving. Taylor is author of the Werewolf M.D. series with more in the works.

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Audiobook narrator Hugh Bradley brings his distinctive voice to titles ranging from romance to history.
Hugh brings characters to life with a distinct voice, with a deep understanding of the character and their motivation. Mr. Bradley doesn’t just tell us the story, he brings us with him on the journey.

From Hugh: “I’m a classically trained actor, and have been on Broadway and toured all over the world in everything from musicals to Shakespearean productions. I still perform on stage from time to time, but most of the time these days I stick to recording, and producing and directing for the stage.”

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Yes, paranormal romance – I was missing that actually – with a shape shifter. I actually do like these books and I like that forever mating and all these things we all Romance Lovers are already used to. This book comes with something that looks fresh but also overlooks some of the items I personally like.

Let’s take them one by one. Isabella comes to Breaux Bridge, Louisiana looking to put to good use her experience as a nurse and hopes to learn as much as possible from the doctor in town who seems to perform miracles. Little did she expect to be surrounded by so much impossible. Luckily, the good doctor is smart, handsome and so much more. The bond between them happens mostly because she just can’t stay away – even if warned. When a local pack seem to want more, things get crazier and crazier.

I liked the idea of using one’s abilities for good and as well Isabella’s persistence. She wants to understand how Doctor Roman performs his healing. When things heat up, she never loses faith. Roman is strong and knows to stand his ground. His mature character is more than visible. The romance between the two starts pretty well, but evolves pretty fast.

And time to mention some items that I did not enjoy that much. Starting with the basics, I do not like the cover – I apologize as well to the young man (probably same age as mine), he is good looking, but I would have expected something different. I missed the fated mate trope, it would have fitted perfectly (I am a fan of tropes, if done properly and in this case I think it could have been very easily included and could have justified how fast these two fall in love). Lastly, I would like to mention that I did not particularly enjoy the narration. I did not dislike it, but the difference between Isabella and Roman was too little when it came to voice acting. Other than that, not many complains.

All in all, I was left wishing to know more of the story and that is a great thing. I cannot wait to start with book two and see what else happens next. We are left with a good cliffhanger so beware! Happy reading and stick around to see more. 3.5 stars for now.

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Audiobook Review: Shadow

Author: Maureen A. Miller

Narrator: Brandy Skelly

Length: 7 hours 37 minutes

Series: Blue-Link, Book 1

Publisher: Maureen A. Miller

Released: Feb. 4, 2019

Genre: Romance, Suspense

From USA Today best-selling author Maureen A. Miller comes this romantic thriller that spans the Atlantic.

Sophie Diem’s boss has skipped town, abandoning their counseling firm and taking her investment money with him. As she seeks to rebuild her professional career, she is distressed by the appearance of a stranger. The man keeps to the shadows, but he is definitely stalking her.

In an attempt to flee him, she accepts a job offer…in London. Surely, crossing the Atlantic would be enough to deter her shadow.

Glenn Barber is a desperate man. He sorely wants answers. The man who can supply them has gone missing, though. Now, all Glenn can do is go after the next best thing: the man’s former employee, Sophie Diem.

Sophie is shocked to spot her shadow in London. What she learns is that Glenn, the shadow, is not a stalker but rather her only protection.

As her attraction to Glenn grows, together, they conspire to locate her former boss and stop him before he can harm others.

USA TODAY bestselling author, Maureen A. Miller worked in the software industry for fifteen years. She crawled around plant floors in a hard hat and safety glasses hooking up computers to behemoth manufacturing machines. The job required extensive travel. The best form of escapism during those lengthy airport layovers became writing.

Maureen’s first novel, WIDOW’S TALE, earned her a Golden Heart nomination in Romantic Suspense. After that she became hooked to the genre. In fact, she was so hooked she is the founder of the JUST ROMANTIC SUSPENSE website.

Recently, Maureen branched out into the Young Adult Science Fiction market with the popular BEYOND Series. To her it was still Romantic Suspense…just on another planet!

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I studied theatre in college, and even participated in storytelling festivals when I was growing up. I’m a practicing attorney, and love to participate in ACX projects to keep my creative side happy and fulfilled. I can perform fiction and non-fiction, in neutral-American or Southern-American accents.

I live in North Carolina with my husband, toddler, and pound puppy. I have a soft spot for romance and I love a good laugh!

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It is so easy to get lost in this book! I started it and did not realize the time until it was over. I loved it so so much and I cannot wait to read more books by this author!

I was sold by the book – a woman having to rebuild her life after being crossed by her boss and also having to run away to escape a lurking man. The blurb is detailed enough to give you a glimpse into what happens here but I’m telling you, the mystery and romance go so well together!

The author does put the right amount of suspense and love that we don’t lose interest for one in favor of the other. This is something that sometimes happens to me when reading this type of stories. I find myself looking forward to see how the couple is doing, while missing some details about the action behind this. We have front row seats to both in this case. Also, I managed to form a connection to both Sophie and Glenn – I cheered for her to rebuild her career and also cheered for Glenn to find his answers.

Brandy Skelly did such a great job narrating the story. She managed to build the suspense, to capture each character’s reactions in the key moments and as well I had no issues understanding who was who.

Even if I am not a fan of the cover, I liked the story very very much and I am so anxious to read more books by this author. If you’ll check her Goodreads’ page, there are many books to read 🙂 And all are already highly rated. I hope you’ll give “Shadow” a try and come back with your opinion 🙂 Happy Reading!

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Audiobook Review: Living Proof

Author: Peter J. Thompson

Narrator: Gary Tiedemann

Length: 10 hours 24 minutes

Publisher: Peter J. Thompson

Released: Dec. 19, 2018

Genre: Suspense

Government secrets. Biological weapons. Human subjects.

In a top-secret complex surrounded by miles of Texas scrubland, the United States military is working on a new form of germ warfare. Taken from homeless shelters and prisons, the subjects, discarded men and women of America, serve their country as unwilling lab rats.

Ramon Willis didn’t commit the murder that put him on death row. But he’s guilty of something worse – surviving the virus and escaping his captors. Knowing he can’t take on the corrupt system alone, there’s only one person he can turn to – Lena Dryer, the reporter who covered his case and watched him die.

With assassins dogging their trail and all their options for survival closed off, they must risk everything to bring this conspiracy to light. But time is short. When an extreme faction in the government pushes forward with the next phase of their plan, the fate of the nation hangs in the balance.

Peter Thompson grew up on the east side of Chicago, in the shadow of the steel mills where the air was sooty and smelled of sulfur. His life wasn’t always so gritty, but the grit and realism finds its way into his thrillers. He has always loved stories of every kind, and one of his joys is finding a way to get inside character’s heads, seeing the world as they see it and feeling their triumphs, pain, and fear. He visualizes his characters when he writes, and they are larger than life in the big screen of his imagination.

Before pursuing his passion and becoming a full-time author, he tried his hand at everything from factory work, breaking cement in a construction crew, running his own pizza shop, and he was a well-regarded presence in the mortgage industry for nearly thirty years. When he isn’t writing, Peter loves, spicy food, live music, and exciting and thought-provoking books and movies. He is a fitness buff who loves to spend time with his grown sons and is looking forward to traveling the world and seeking adventures with his lovely partner.

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Gary Tiedemann is a full-time voice-actor and narrator of audiobooks, with over 60 unabridged titles narrated and counting. He has voiced countless commercials and multimedia productions in addition to spending over 10 years on stage performing improv, sketch comedy and original works of theatre. Gary is a graduate of Tulane University in New Orleans. He currently splits his time between Florida and Chicago. See more at http://www.garytiedemann.com

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If I were to describe in two words this book, those would be: believable and visual. As many other reviewers mention in their comments, the story is very believable and can be related to easily. The author did an amazing job transmitting the scenes. This entire book is like watching a movie. It was a great experience.

We have a main character whose life has gone from bad to worse. He is now struggling to find justice, but quickly realizes he is up against an enemy far greater than he would have ever imagined. With help, he uncovers mystery after mystery and becomes immersed in this political conspiracy and we can see even in our days. Ramon and Lena are amazing together and they work incredibly well. Both brave, intelligent and willing bring the truth to light.

I enjoyed my time with the book so much. The plot caught my attention so fast and the pace was perfect to keep my interest. The narration was as well amazing. Gary Tiedemann’s experience is not easy to ignore. His voice acting is great, his way of expressing emotions is fantastic, I loved it so so much.

All in all, this was a fantastic experience. “Living Proof” is a story that will grip you from the start. It’s a time well spent, I can tell you that! I hope you will consider it for your next read and come back with your opinion J Happy reading!

I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Peter Thompson. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

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