Hello all, welcome to another Audio Tuesday, and Jessie Potts is here again from the HEA blog to talk about some of her most recent audio recommendations.
Welcome back! This week I found myself craving bad boys and smexy scenes. I would not roll through a drive through with these turned up! We have a hot Irish witch enforcer, a growly hot Therian, and a look back in the Psy-Cop world in the head of a secondary character. Enjoy!
Wicked Kiss by Rebecca Zanetti, narrated by Brock Thompson
This is the fourth Realm Enforcers book (the first is Wicked Ride) and as we all know from the last book Adam and Tori had major chemistry and attraction. I love Adam’s Irish lilt and the way his mind works. Watching him go from calm and focused to more and more hot and uncontrolled was a treat. You can read/listen to this as a standalone (Irish lilt man, Irish lilt) but of course I find it better to start from the beginning. Luckily Brock narrates them all to keep the characters voices the matching.
Hell & High Water by Charlie Cochet, narrated by Mark Westfield
Although the eighth book is out in audio (Thick & Thin) I have to say this one holds a special place in my heart. Mark perfectly matched the growly, hot headed, hard, yet scarred Therian Sloane’s voice. I mean DANG the entire series is amazing on audio, but how can you not fall in love with the first time Dex was standing in awe watching Sloane fight? Or the first time they kissed? If you haven’t already jumped on the THIRDS audio bandwagon, you are missing out! These are re-listens for me!
Skin After Skin by Jordan Castillo Price, narrated by Gomez Pugh
The Psy-Cop series has been a favorite of mine, especially in audio! In the first book (Among the Living) Gomez has Victor’s medicated voice perfectly. He narrated and I found myself there in the book along side Victor and Jacob. In Skin After Skin Gomez proves he has the range and narrates Crash’s voice perfectly. Geez, I have had a love hate relationship with Crash (I know there are so many Crash lovers) but I loved him in this one. Gomez flips his vocals and captures Crash’s outgoing, extroverted vibe in a way I wasn’t sure it could be captured. Psy-Cops series is fun, dark and demented at times.