AudioFile Picks: Audiobook Reviews 4/13/18
It's no secret that we at RT love reading romance! And if you happen to see us with headphones on, but no book in hand, it's likely that we're listening to an audiobook. But audiobooks depend on more than just the plot, it takes an excellent narrator to bring the story to life. This is where AudioFile comes in, a print-and-digital magazine that reviews audiobooks so you know which stories are worth listening to. We've partnered with AudioFile to bring you a selection of romantic audiobook reviews every week!
Man Hands by Sarina Bowen & Tanya Eby, read by Luke Daniels, Erin Mallon
Narrators Luke Daniels and Erin Mallon serve up scrumptious-sounding foodie references and restoration projects in a contemporary romance that delightfully twists the “marriage of convenience” trope for modern palates.
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The Lady Travelers Gide to Larceny with a Dashing Stranger and The Rise and Fall of Reginald Everheart by Victoria Alexander, read by Marian Hussey
Victoria Alexander has written two lighthearted Regency romances, and narrator Marian Hussey narrates them with perfection. She remains perfectly engaged with both stories and their characters as they encounter the difficulties and joys of falling in love.
INSPIRATIONAL HISTORICAL ROMANCE
Narrator Morgan Hallett manages a range of accents representing all levels of American and British social classes of the early twentieth century as listeners are drawn into the New York offices where the news of the world is telegraphed to newspapers all over the United States.
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