Tag Archives: Audiobooks

The Real Downton Abbey – Diaries of Highclere Castle’s Aristocrats

Downton Abbey fans won’t be disappointed by Lady Catherine, the Earl, and the Real Downton Abbey by the Countess of Carnarvon. I listened to the audiobook edition narrated by Sandra Duncan, Jenny Oglivie, and Andrew Wincott. This is the story … Continue reading

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The Birth of the Pill

In the prosperous 1950s, there was a population that existed on the periphery of American abundance, burdened by poverty and more children than they wanted. Their husbands thought it was macho for their wives to be pregnant all the time. … Continue reading

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THE EDGE – BEST ROMANCE OF 2014

Even though The Edge by Tiffinie Helmer came out in 2013, I didn’t have the pleasure of listening to it until this year, so it’s my pick for Best Romance Novel of 2014. I’m glad I listened to the audiobook … Continue reading

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Devil in Blue Denim

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Neptune: The Allied Invasion of Europe and the D-Day Landings by Craig Symonds

I’m glad that I listened to the audiobook edition of Neptune: The Allied Invasion of Europe and the D-Day Landings by Craig Symonds. Mr. Symonds taught at The Naval Academy and you can hear his passion for history in his … Continue reading

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Targeted: How Technology is Revolutionizing Advertising and the Way Companies are Reaching Consumers by Mike Smith

The secrets to the seduction of online shopping isn’t just that you’re sipping a glass of wine at night while you shop:) If you listen to Targeted: How Technology is Revolutionizing Advertising and the Way Companies are Reaching Consumers, written … Continue reading

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Emily: Sex and Sensibility “What is the point of all that wealth if I can’t spend it on you?”

“What is the point of all that wealth if I can’t spend it on you?” This is one of the most charming things said by the hero, Marco Santini, in Sandra Marton’s Emily: Sex and Sensibility. (The Wilde Sisters) Marco, … Continue reading

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Saving Forever (Ever Trilogy Book 3) by Jasinda Wilder

The Ever Trilogy by Jasinda Wilder is the story of four people with three romances among them: Ever, Eden, Caden, and Carter. Ever and Eden are twin sisters. I listened to the audio book edition of Saving Forever before I … Continue reading

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Every Commenter is a Winner!

If you commented on the Hot Listens blog hop on this blog, you’re a winner! I’m going to send you free audiobook copies of Franklin Loves Lucy and Grace, Jack & Magical Cats Boxed Set Volume I. Check your email. … Continue reading

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Best Audiobooks of 2013 Blog Hop & Giveaway: January 1-15

Hotlistens.com is hosting a best Audiobooks of 2013 blog hop with the awesome grand prize of a six month membership to audible.com Visit hotlistens.com for a chance to win the grand prize, read reviews, and find links to other blogs … Continue reading

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