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EACH NIGHT WAS ILLUMINATED

EACH NIGHT WAS ILLUMINATED

by Jodi Lynn Anderson | Read by Reba Buhr

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Young Adult

Reba Buhr delivers the first-person narrative of 17-year-old Cassie Blake, a lonely teen whose spirit has been weighed down since her mother's desertion. She sees herself as the caretaker of her family and has become an insomniac. Buhr voices the heaviness of this overly responsible middle child whose sense of belief amid the fervor of her religious small town is waning, even... Read More

THE EARTH IS ALL THAT LASTS

THE EARTH IS ALL THAT LASTS Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, and the Last Stand of the Great Sioux Nation

by Mark Lee Gardner | Read by Shaun Taylor-Corbett

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

This well-researched, well-written dual biography of the two great Lakota leaders Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse is a detailed account of their lives beyond their victory over the U.S. Army at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Shaun Taylor-Corbett's baritone voice is a splendid vehicle to perform this account. Listening to this production, one hears the constant conflict between... Read More

EARTHSHOT

EARTHSHOT How to Save Our Planet

by Colin Butfield, Jonnie Hughes | Read by Jonnie Hughes, David Attenborough, Christiana Figueres, Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, Naoko Yamazaki, Adam James, Penelope Rawlins

Hodder & Stoughton Limited | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

This timely call to action is narrated by a cast of talented voice pros, along with four notable conservation activists who read their own reflections and views. Coauthor and British filmmaker Jonnie Hughes narrates most of this audio with pleasing clarity and dignified passion. He explains how the Earthshot Prizes, initiated in 2019, will every year for the next 10 years... Read More

THE EARTHSPINNER

THE EARTHSPINNER

by Anuradha Roy | Read by Maya Saroya

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

Maya Saroya narrates this novel, beginning with Sara's tale, which is presented in the first person. A scholarship student from India, Sara is studying literature at university in England in the 1980s. Saroya portrays Sara as a gentle soul with a quiet English accent. She begins making pottery in a studio in a church basement. As fate would have it, the studio is owned by... Read More

EAT UP!

EAT UP! Food, Appetite and Eating What You Want

by Ruby Tandoh | Read by Ruby Tandoh

Random House Audio | Unabridged
Personal Growth

Ruby Tandoh is an established British foodie from the hit reality TV show "The Great British Bake Off" who now writes about food for a variety of international outlets, including the NEW YORK TIMES. Here she narrates her memoir about the art and act of eating. Tandoh is reverential about rituals related to food. We hear her thoughts delivered in tender, almost dulcet, tones.... Read More

ECLIPSE THE MOON

ECLIPSE THE MOON Hunt the Stars, Book 2

by Jessie Mihalik | Read by Frankie Corzo

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Science Fiction

Frankie Corzo narrates a legendary hacker's attempt to prevent war from breaking out between two galaxy-spanning empires. Kee Illdez has many claims to fame, including military service and bounty hunting. Now she suspects that a former soldier has enacted plans to rekindle the war between humans and the Valovian Empire, and she sets out to stop him. Corzo imbues this romantic... Read More

THE EGYPTIAN PRINCESS

THE EGYPTIAN PRINCESS A Story of Hagar

by KD Holmberg | Read by Lillian Rachel

Mountain Brook INK | Unabridged
Historical Fiction

The life of the biblical figure Hagar is imagined in a historical fiction audiobook narrated by Lillian Rachel. The princess of Egypt and future wife of the royal heir, Hagar, lives a charmed life. When Sarai, a Sumerian, joins the pharaoh's harem, Hagar's visions start to come true. Before long, Hagar is questioning the existence of her gods and recognizing the truth of... Read More

EMPIRE OF SAND

EMPIRE OF SAND How Britain Made the Middle East

by Walter Reid | Read by Derek Perkins

Tantor Media | Unabridged
History

At 15 hours, this fine audiobook history of the West's role in shaping Middle Eastern politics--and more importantly, its geography--takes a fresh look at some familiar names, including T.E. Lawrence, Winston Churchill, and Woodrow Wilson. Derek Perkins is, as always, a flawless narrator, and few could equal the range of skills required here. Many threads come together in this... Read More

ENDLESS FORMS

ENDLESS FORMS The Secret World of Wasps

by Seirian Sumner | Read by Seirian Sumner

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

With her strong British accent, author Seirian Sumner's narration takes a little getting used to. But she projects an attractive personality and proves to be a knowledgeable, engaging narrator. Her expansive study of one of nature's most abundant forms--the much-despised wasp--makes for fascinating listening and will have listeners taking a fresh look at their backyards. The... Read More

AN ENGLISH GARDEN MURDER

AN ENGLISH GARDEN MURDER Julia Bird, Book 1

by Katie Gayle | Read by Lucy Scott

Hachette UK - Bookouture | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Lucy Scott's eclectic portrayal of the eccentric villagers of picturesque Berrywick is an enchanting introduction to this first in the Julia Bird mystery series. Things aren't coming up roses for Julia. Recently retired, the London transplant adapts to her new life in the charming Cotswold village. Her efforts to fit in by replacing her garden shed with a chicken coop and by... Read More

ERIC

ERIC Discworld, Book 9

by Terry Pratchett | Read by Colin Morgan, Peter Serafinowicz, Bill Nighy

Penguin Audio UK | Unabridged
Fantasy

Northern Irish actor and BBC television regular Colin Morgan ("Merlin") brings a happy-go-lucky tone to the voice of the hapless but cleverer-than-you-think wizard Rincewind. This is the ninth entry in Sir Terry Pratchett's wildly popular Discworld fantasy series. It all begins when a teenage nerd, Eric, attempts to conjure up a demon and ends up with the ever-put-upon... Read More

ESPANA

ESPANA A Brief History of Spain

by Giles Tremlett | Read by Luis Soto

W.F. Howes | Unabridged
History

This well-researched and very listenable history of Spain is a solid choice for students, travelers, and anyone else with an interest in that most colorful and ravishing of lands. Luis Soto's elegant narration is history as it should be heard--roiling and melodic. The Spanish names are rendered with grace and precision, the shabbier elements of Spain's history--the Inquisition,... Read More

EVER ALICE

EVER ALICE

Earphones Award Winner

by H.J. Ramsay | Read by Caroline Holmes

Red Rogue Press | Unabridged
Young Adult

Caroline Holmes skillfully narrates the story of 15-year-old Alice, whose stories about her adventures in Wonderland cause her family to believe she's mentally unstable. She escapes from an asylum, where doctors wanted to perform a radical, new procedure to cure her. After traveling back to Wonderland, she is drawn into a plot against the cruel, delusional Queen of Hearts.... Read More

EVERSION

EVERSION

by Alastair Reynolds | Read by Harry Myers

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Science Fiction

Harry Myers gives a splendid narration of this work of science fiction/fantasy. The plot concerns Dr. Silas Coade, who is the physician on a sailing ship in the nineteenth century, on a zeppelin in the twentieth century, and on a spaceship in the far future. Each of these voyages of discovery ends with some sort of disaster, and Coade knows about this and tries to figure out... Read More

EVERYTHING ABRIDGED

EVERYTHING ABRIDGED

by Dennard Dayle | Read by Nathan Lang

OrangeSky Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

No one else could have narrated this audiobook as successfully as Nathan Lang. His smooth and bright voice pairs perfectly with the tone of this ingenious audiobook. It's an alphabetical reference book that serves to help listeners understand a future world imagined by the author through short, humorous definitions and short stories. The stories tell of a nonsensical dystopian... Read More

THE EVIL GENIUS

THE EVIL GENIUS The Novel and the Play

by Wilkie Collins | Read by Gabrielle de Cuir, Stefan Rudnicki, and a Full Cast

Blackstone Audio/ Skyboat Media | Audio Program
Classics

The husband-and-wife narrating team of Stefan Rudnicki and Gabrielle de Cuir are perfect at navigating Wilkie Collins's elaborate nineteenth-century prose. They also illuminate the work's very contemporary empathy for its female characters. It all begins when an English noble returns home with a young governess for his daughter in tow. The husband falls in love. His wife is... Read More

A FACE TO DIE FOR

A FACE TO DIE FOR Eve Duncan, Book 28

by Iris Johansen | Read by Elisabeth Rodgers

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

This engaging audiobook focuses on archaeologist Riley Smith's efforts to find the tomb of Helen of Troy, who, according to Greek mythology, was the most beautiful woman in the world. The search to find the tomb and re-create Helen's face is filled with peril for Smith, forensic sculptor Eve Duncan, and other members of the expedition. Listeners will appreciate narrator... Read More

THE FACEMAKER

THE FACEMAKER A Visionary Surgeon's Battle to Mend the Disfigured Soldiers of World War I

by Lindsey Fitzharris | Read by Daniel Gillies

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

Daniel Gillies sounds weary at times as he narrates accounts of WWI battles--much as the soldiers who fought the battles might have. Listeners will come to feel that the new war technology of the time only brought new ways to disfigure faces. That's natural for an audiobook about the man who found new ways to put those faces back together. Dr. Harold Gillies also saw the need... Read More

FACTS & FURY

FACTS & FURY An Unapologetic Primer on How the GOP Has Destroyed American Democracy

by Bill Kuhn | Read by Nick Thurston

Greenleaf Book Group | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Timely and well researched, Kuhn's work is a must-listen for anyone interested in how we got to the divided, broken government we have today. Narrator Nick Thurston perfectly matches the sarcasm, intelligence, and unexpected humor included in this historical look at the people and policies that helped shape our current political environment. Broken into easy to understand... Read More

FAIRY TALE

FAIRY TALE

Earphones Award Winner

by Stephen King | Read by Seth Numrich, Stephen King

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Fantasy

Seth Numrich's narration of 17-year-old Charlie Reade's story is moving and frightening in equal measure. Charlie befriends a reclusive curmudgeon, Howard Bowditch, and his aging dog, and inherits Howard's house and dog when he dies. Howard also leaves Charlie a cassette recording--voiced remarkably by Stephen King. On it, Howard recounts a story within the story, involving a... Read More

THE FALCON'S EYES

THE FALCON'S EYES

Earphones Award Winner

by Francesca Stanfill | Read by Karen Cass

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Historical Fiction

This very long, well-researched saga detailing the machinations of the twelfth-century court of Eleanor of Aquitane is delivered with impeccable timing and elegant style by narrator Karen Cass. Isabelle, a noblewoman, is trapped in an unhappy marriage to controlling, frighteningly cruel wealthy widower Gerard, Lord de Meurtaigne. Cass's voice is menacing as an enraged Gerard... Read More

THE FALL OF ROBESPIERRE

THE FALL OF ROBESPIERRE 24 Hours in Revolutionary Paris

by Colin Jones | Read by Sasha Higgins

Tantor Media | Unabridged
History

This hour-by-hour reconstruction of a single historical day gathers force and immediacy with Sasha Higgins's passionate delivery. On July 28, 1794, a spontaneous uprising overthrew Maximilien Robespierre, the French Revolution's most radical leader, and the next day he followed so many of his opponents to the guillotine. Thus ended the Revolution. This momentous day becomes a... Read More

FELLOWSHIP POINT

FELLOWSHIP POINT

by Alice Elliott Dark | Read by Cassandra Campbell

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

Narrator Cassandra Campbell channels the elegance of Dark's novel, which explores the meaning of friendship, marriage, and trauma. Irascible children's author Agnes Lee is one of the last remaining shareholders of Maine's Fellowship Point, a wild coastal community that she and her best friend, Polly, are determined to keep out of the hands of developers. Negotiations over the... Read More

FEN, BOG & SWAMP

FEN, BOG & SWAMP A Short History of Peatland Destruction and Its Role in the Climate Crisis

Earphones Award Winner

by Annie Proulx | Read by Gabra Zackman

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Gabra Zackman's intelligent performance of this eloquent audiobook encourages listeners to absorb its powerful message. As Zackman narrates with exquisite timing and thoughtful pacing, listeners learn much from Proulx's longtime focus on the wetter world. Unlike that of a pure scientist, Proulx's prose sparkles and is enlivened by stories, quotations, and memories. She shares... Read More

THE FIGHT OF OUR LIVES

THE FIGHT OF OUR LIVES My Time with Zelenskyy, Ukraine's Battle for Democracy, and What It Means for the World

by Iuliia Mendel | Read by Jennifer Jill Araya, Iuliia Mendel [Pref. & Note]

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

Jennifer Jill Araya's narration bubbles over with the author's enthusiasm for Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky. Mendel is the president's former press secretary. Araya adds a soupçon of Mendel's anger toward Zelensky's rivals to the discussion of Ukraine's political environment before the recent war. When Mendel turns to the current invasion by Russia, mostly in the last... Read More

THE FINALISTS

THE FINALISTS

by David Bell | Read by Sean Patrick Hopkins

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Narrator Sean Patrick Hopkins employs a resolute approach and elicits nail-biting anxiety as this locked-room mystery unfolds during an evaluation for a college scholarship. Hopkins portrays the students, a school administrator, and a wealthy donor with definition and colorful, specific personas. The financial pressure the students and faculty are under is tremendous, with... Read More

FINDING OUR WAY

FINDING OUR WAY Reclaiming the First- Century Church in the Twenty-First Century

by Jeff Lockyer | Read by Jeff Lockyer

Oasis Audio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

Jeff Lockyer is likely an excellent preacher who gives a great sermon. He clearly manifests his passionate belief in Jesus through his energetic pace and warm tone. Sadly, the very qualities that make for an excellent sermon do not necessarily translate well to a full-length audiobook. Additionally, Lockyer's description of how he and his leadership team enlarged the scope of... Read More

FIRE AND FLOOD

FIRE AND FLOOD A People's History of Climate Change, from 1979 to the Present

by Eugene Linden | Read by Paul Bellantoni

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Is a scientifically authoritative yet emotionally calm narrator essential for guiding listeners through a planet's climate apocalypse? Most definitely yes, and Paul Bellantoni's narration makes this audiobook an engaging way to learn what seems like everything about climate science. Bellantoni would even make this work fun except that each chapter hurtles listeners closer to an... Read More

FIRESIDE READING OF DRACULA

FIRESIDE READING OF DRACULA

Earphones Award Winner

by Bram Stoker | Read by Gildart Jackson

Dreamscape | Audio Program
Classics

With undisguised delight, Gildart Jackson narrates one of the seminal masterpieces of horror, the tale of Dracula. Jackson does it without the pretentious posturing and clichéd accents found in some readings, performing with skill and obvious love for the genre. He does a sentence in true Bela Lugosi style at the start--but in jest. Otherwise, he speaks perfectly in an odd,... Read More

FIVE DECEMBERS

FIVE DECEMBERS

Earphones Award Winner

by James Kestrel | Read by Edoardo Ballerini

Podium Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Narrator Edoardo Ballerini masterfully voices American and Japanese men and women in this WWII mystery, which begins in Hawaii with a brutal murder just before the attack on Pearl Harbor. While most Westerners are fleeing from Asia, Honolulu detective Joe McGrady travels to Hong Kong in pursuit of a potential serial killer. What begins as a police procedural turns into a war... Read More

FIVE-PART INVENTION

FIVE-PART INVENTION

Earphones Award Winner

by Andrea J. Buchanan | Read by Elizabeth Wiley, Jayme Mattler, Susan Hanfield, Jackie Meloche, Jane Oppenheimer

Dreamscape | Unabridged
Fiction

Buchanan's debut novel unfolds like a symphony as it examines the impact of trauma on five generations of women. Five talented narrators breathe life into these complicated survivors. Elizabeth Wiley, as Lise, the matriarch, has an immigrant's accent as she reveals her traumatic truth to her adult daughter, Anna, through a letter that weaves through the stories of her... Read More

FLORIDA WOMAN

FLORIDA WOMAN

by Deb Rogers | Read by Eileen Stevens

Harlequin Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

Explore a titillating performance by Eileen Stevens paired with a bizarre yet engrossing story. Jamie, a native of Florida, is the kind of criminal whom typical headlines are written about. Her most recent sentence is to be served at Atlas, a sanctuary for wild monkeys. But after she settles into this unusual situation, she notices the distress of the wildlife and the... Read More

FOR THE LOVE OF THE BARD

FOR THE LOVE OF THE BARD

by Jessica Martin | Read by Gilli Messer

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Romantic Fiction

Gilli Messer narrates this romantic story of risking a second chance at love. Miranda, a successful YA writer, returns home in the hope of overcoming writer's block. She arrives just in time for her New England town's centennial Shakespeare festival, and her mother quickly conscripts her to direct one of the productions. When Miranda's rambunctious dog, Puck, ingests chocolate,... Read More

FREEDOM DUES

FREEDOM DUES

by Indra Zuno | Read by Sarah-Jane Drummey

Spinning a Yarn Press | Unabridged
Historical Fiction

Narrator Sarah-Jane Drummey takes on this complex story of life in the American colonies from 1729 through 1739. Fifteen-year-old Blair Eakins, an Ulster-Scot, signs up as indentured servant for four years to pay for passage to Philadelphia. In London, 10-year-old sweet-voiced Mallie Ambrose, an orphaned pickpocket, is imprisoned for stealing and then transported to Maryland,... Read More

THE FUTURE IS ANALOG

THE FUTURE IS ANALOG How to Create a More Human World

by David Sax | Read by David Sax

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

David Sax narrates his extended plea for a return to real-life experiences in a world awash in technology. His earnestness is evident in his performance. Sax provides deep introspection on the nature of life during the Covid pandemic, a moment that technology companies promised we'd cope with through Zoom meetups, virtual school, and ever-present mobile devices. The problem,... Read More

GABE IN THE AFTER

GABE IN THE AFTER

by Shannon Doleski | Read by Mark Sanderlin

Blackstone Audio | Unabridged
Children

Mark Sanderlin narrates a novel loosely inspired by ANNE OF GREEN GABLES--if Anne had lived through a pandemic. As the unidentified pandemic ends, 14-year-old Gabe is living on an island in Maine with 17 other children. A timid teen, he experiences first love when he meets eccentric Relle Douglas, who lives on the mainland. Sanderlin captures Relle's similarities to Anne... Read More

GANGLAND

GANGLAND

Earphones Award Winner

by Chuck Hogan | Read by Justin Price

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Justin Price does an incredible job performing this grisly thriller featuring a real-life mob leader who is out for revenge against mobsters who invaded his home, ravaged it, and stole important papers. In a story in which no one is a hero, Price applies the slightest bit of sympathetic nuance to his portrayal of Nicky Passero, the hit man charged with catching the burglars... Read More

GHOST LOVER

GHOST LOVER Stories

by Lisa Taddeo | Read by Carlotta Brentan, Alana Kerr Collins, Erin deWard, Amanda Dolan, Imani Jade Powers, Aida Reluzco, Gail Shalan

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

An ensemble of talented narrators successfully convey the intense and complicated emotional situations presented in this collection of short stories. The stories are told from the points of view of various women of different ages, nationalities, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Narrators use accents when appropriate, adding authenticity to the listening experience. These women... Read More

THE GHOSTS OF PARIS

THE GHOSTS OF PARIS Billie Walker, Book 2

by Tara Moss | Read by Corinne Davies

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Corinne Davies narrates this post-WWII thriller, which recounts the adventures of Billie Walker, an ex-journalist turned private investigator. Hired to find her new client's husband, Billie leaves Sydney, Australia, to follow his trail back to London and Paris. Davies captures Billie's believability and likability, particularly highlighting her feisty and determined... Read More

GODS OF WANT

GODS OF WANT Stories

by K-Ming Chang | Read by Catherine Ho, Natalie Naudus, Elaine Wang, Nancy Wu, Annie Q

Random House Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

With its stellar ensemble of narrators, this surreal short story collection creates an immersive listening experience. The narrators rotate with each story, making each one shine. The works feature a chorus of dead cousins, a woman who is trying to survive a catastrophic flood, and the delight of two girls who are falling in love. The stories revel in the unexpected,... Read More

GRACE UNDER FIRE

GRACE UNDER FIRE Buchanan-Renard-MacKenna, Book 14

by Julie Garwood | Read by Samantha Brentmoor

Brilliance Audio | Unabridged
Romantic Fiction

Narrator Samantha Brentmoor brings to life the romance between Isabel MacKenna and Michael Buchanan. Isabel's sister is married to Michael's brother, and when Isabel runs into trouble, Michael is there to help her. She is the type of person people gravitate to, and Brentmoor deftly conveys her warmth and compassion. As a lawyer and former Navy SEAL, Michael has a no-nonsense... Read More

THE GREATEST POLAR EXPEDITION OF ALL TIME

THE GREATEST POLAR EXPEDITION OF ALL TIME The Arctic Mission to the Epicenter of Climate Change

by Markus Rex, Marlene Goring, Sarah Pybus [Trans.] | Read by Paul Boehmer

Blackstone Audio | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Markus Rex is a serious scientist who is on a unique mission to gather data and experience conditions in the Arctic Ocean by spending an entire year there, including purposely trapping his ship in the ice. Paul Boehmer's sonorous voice and deliberate pace match the scientist's seriousness of purpose. His delivery sounds a bit ponderous at the beginning, but Boehmer soon relaxes... Read More

GREYWAREN

GREYWAREN The Dreamer Trilogy, Book 3

by Maggie Stiefvater | Read by Will Patton

Scholastic Audiobooks | Unabridged
Young Adult

Narrator Will Patton's insistent rasp propels listeners through the explosive conclusion to the Dreamer Trilogy. With the magic that powers dreams having been shut down at the end of Book 2, the characters now strive to build their lives without it. Those who have been dreamed into reality--several among the sprawling cast--simply sleep unless they are near a "sweetmetal," a... Read More

THE GRIEF OF STONES

THE GRIEF OF STONES The Cemeteries of Amalo, Book 2

by Katherine Addison | Read by Liam Gerrard

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Fantasy

Liam Gerrard narrates a mystery set in a complex fantasy world. Thara Celehar, Witness for the Dead in the city of Amalo, finds himself on a dangerous path after starting an investigation into the bewildering murder of a marquise. Despite the grim turns that Celehar's story occasionally takes, Gerrard maintains a hopeful tone throughout, which is in keeping with Celehar's focus... Read More

GROUNDED FOR ALL ETERNITY

GROUNDED FOR ALL ETERNITY

by Darcy Marks | Read by Kevin R. Free

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Children

Narrator Kevin R. Free delivers a spectacular performance of this middle-grade audiobook, which is perfect for Halloween listening. Free voices Mal and his squad-mates with a youthful tone and sense of curiosity as they explore earth for the first time on Halloween night in Salem, Massachusetts. But the pressure is on because they have to get themselves, along with an escaped... Read More

HACK

HACK Nick Byron Investigtion, Book 1

by Mark Pawlosky | Read by Andrew Tell

OrangeSky Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Author Mark Pawlosky's initial audiobook in a series is off to a good start, helped along, in part, by the narration of Andrew Tell. Reporter Nik Byron is balancing a lot--an ex-wife, a new relationship, a job he loves, a boss he hates. When a mysterious explosion claims several lives, Byron goes on the hunt to investigate. As a pair of stooges connected with the explosion take... Read More

THE HALF LIFE OF VALERY K

THE HALF LIFE OF VALERY K

Earphones Award Winner

by Natasha Pulley | Read by Jot Davies

Bloomsbury Publishing | Unabridged
Fiction

The warm embrace of Jot Davies's resonant baritone and his vivid characterizations make Natasha Pulley's masterful historical novel an addictive and memorable listening experience. Inspired by an actual nuclear explosion and subsequent cover-up in 1950s Soviet Russia, the story follows nuclear radiation expert Valery Kolkhanov, who is transferred from imprisonment in a gulag to... Read More

HALF-BLOWN ROSE

HALF-BLOWN ROSE

by Leesa Cross-Smith | Read by Mela Lee, Tim Campbell

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

Mela Lee exhibits excellent range and pacing as she portrays Vincent, a woman who is rediscovering herself in Paris while her estranged husband, Cillian, tries to win her back from afar.Not knowing how to move past finding out Cillian's long-held secret when he publishes a semiautobiographical book, she begins a love affair with a younger man. The following summer she reunites... Read More

HAPPY MIND, HAPPY LIFE

HAPPY MIND, HAPPY LIFE The New Science of Mental Wellbeing

by Rangan Chatterjee | Read by Rangan Chatterjee

Ascent Audio | Unabridged
Personal Growth

Dr. Chatterjee uses his medical expertise to deliver a helpful and pleasant guide on how to achieve happiness. Complete with current case studies and exercises for listeners, Chatterjee's 10 recommendations focus on easy ways to become healthier and more joyful, starting with how to envision a personal happy ending and how to recognize and appreciate the delight in helping... Read More

HARD KILL

HARD KILL

by Bill Eckel | Read by Michael Kramer

DAE Publishing | Unabridged
Science Fiction

Hard science fiction will always give a workout to a narrator. This audiobook, packed with humans, cyborgs, and transhumanists, is an exciting example of that. Michael Kramer has plenty to juggle in this battle between humans, led by the Henry family, and cyborgs, led by the transhumanist royals of Eris. These rulers keep transferring their consciousnesses to new bodies and... Read More

HAVEN

HAVEN

by Emma Donoghue | Read by Aidan Kelly

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Historical Fiction

Aidan Kelly's performance expresses the complex emotional experiences of three monks who are seeking solitude on a deserted island. Set in seventh-century Ireland, this work of historical fiction follows three monks who feel called by God to make a spiritual haven set apart from the temptations of the rest of the world. As time passes, their leader, Artt, becomes more and more... Read More

HEARTBREAKER

HEARTBREAKER Hell's Belles, Book 2

by Sarah MacLean | Read by Mary Jane Wells

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Romantic Fiction

Mary Jane Wells charms and delights as she narrates MacLean's adventurous historical romance. Adelaide Frampton grew up among London's most dangerous criminals, destined for a life of thievery until she was rescued and drawn into the secret world of the Hell's Belles. Now she uses her meek, unassuming demeanor; quick fingers; and fighting skills to right society's wrongs and... Read More

HELL FOLLOWED WITH US

HELL FOLLOWED WITH US

by Andrew Joseph White | Read by Shaan Dasani, Graham Halstead, Avi Roque

Listening Library | Unabridged
Young Adult

Three narrators deliver a chilling apocalyptic story. Narrator Shaan Dasani introduces Benji, whose father has just been killed. Now an evangelical cult is out to get Benji because he's transgender. Dasani's narration gradually reveals how Benji has been set up to destroy the world. Instead, he wants to destroy the cult. Short, interspersed sections feature Graham Halstead and... Read More

THE HIDDEN ONE

THE HIDDEN ONE Kate Burkholder, Book 14

by Linda Castillo | Read by Kathleen McInerney

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Kathleen McInerney's ace performance in the latest Burkholder mystery makes a fine story even more enjoyable. McInerney's pacing and tone reflect the events in the audiobook, whether humorous or suspenseful. Her tone is one of common sense, which is a strong trait of Burkholder, who is police chief in Painters Mill, Ohio. In this 14th series entry, the fallen-away-Amish... Read More

HIDE AND SEEK

HIDE AND SEEK

by Wilkie Collins | Read by Nicholas Boulton

Naxos AudioBooks | Unabridged
Classics

As Wilkie Collins weaves a mystery centered on an orphaned child's parentage, narrator Nicholas Boulton captures the sundry characters one by one. Young Mary is adopted by a kindhearted artist and his wife after her mother dies unnamed. No one imagines that the key to her past is a hair bracelet that has been locked away. Boulton's cadence suits Collins's prose. He is both... Read More

HIGH TIMES IN THE LOW PARLIAMENT

HIGH TIMES IN THE LOW PARLIAMENT

by Kelly Robson | Read by Amy Scanlon

Recorded Books | Unabridged
Fantasy

Narrator Amy Scanlon's British intonation and wry tone suit the delightfully charming, lazy, and witty scribe Lana Baker, who finds herself stuck in the Low Parliament. There she's made to transcribe endless angry debates that inevitably end in hung votes--despite the threat of death by flood if members can't come to an agreement, as decreed by the shrillvoiced fairies who... Read More

A HOLE IN THE WORLD

A HOLE IN THE WORLD Finding Hope in Rituals of Grief and Healing

Earphones Award Winner

by Amanda Held Opelt | Read by Amanda Held Opelt

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

Singer-songwiter Amanda Held Opelt gives a somber yet lyrical portrayal of her own journey through grief, equipping listeners with some excellent tools to face life's challenges. Opelt discusses rituals marking death across a variety of cultures, such as the Irish tradition of keening and the Jewish observance of sitting Shiva; the practice of wearing dark clothing, thereby... Read More

THE HOLIDAY TRAP

THE HOLIDAY TRAP

by Roan Parrish | Read by Natalie Duke, Pete Cross, Hillary Huber

Dreamscape | Unabridged
Romantic Fiction

Natalie Duke and Pete Cross narrate this joyful queer rom-com about two people who find love in unexpected places. Greta, tired of being the only lesbian around, is desperate to get out of her Maine hometown. After a bad breakup, Truman is equally desperate to get out of New Orleans. So their mutual friend, Ramona--whose playful texts to both characters Hillary Huber delivers... Read More

HOLY CHOW

HOLY CHOW Andy Carpenter, Book 25

by David Rosenfelt | Read by Grover Gardner

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Narrator Grover Gardner returns as reluctant defense attorney Andy Carpenter and his team, human and canine. The characters set out to prove the innocence of a man who is charged with the murder of his wealthy stepmother, who had adopted a dog from Andy's foundation. Gardner's narration is the perfect match for the trademark dry wit that Andy employs in and out of the... Read More

HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE

HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE

by Dahlia Adler | Read by Natalie Naudus, Lori Prince

OrangeSky Audio | Unabridged
Young Adult

Narrators Natalie Naudus and Lori Prince give this quarterback/cheerleader romance a sizzling fresh take. Prince voices cocky Jack, a new girl and the first girl on the Atherton football team, who is replacing the beloved former quarterback who recently died. Naudus is the smoky voice of Amber, a cheerleader whose laser focus on becoming captain her senior year is threatened by... Read More

AN HONEST LIVING

AN HONEST LIVING

by Dwyer Murphy | Read by Ari Fliakos

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Ari Fliakos is an ideal performer for this noir pastiche. He's mastered the world-weary Bogartian rhythm that Murphy's prose imitates, and he's good at shifting his timbre and accents for waitresses in bagel shops and all the other New York characters Murphy cooks up for atmosphere. You don't want to try to follow the plot too closely, nor is there extra credit for guessing... Read More

HONEY & SPICE

HONEY & SPICE

Earphones Award Winner

by Bolu Babalola | Read by Weruche Opia

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Romantic Fiction

Weruche Opia's self-confident narration sings with a heady mix of feminine power and vulnerability. Nigerian-British college sophomore Kiki Banjo hopes her radio show, "Brown Sugar," will secure her a prestigious internship. Opia builds an elegant, charismatic persona for Kiki, who doles out feminist relationship advice to her fellow Afro-Caribbean students in a snappy,... Read More

THE HONEYS

THE HONEYS

Earphones Award Winner

by Ryan La Sala | Read by Pete Cross

Scholastic Audiobooks | Unabridged
Young Adult

Narrator Pete Cross delivers a compelling performance of this supernatural thriller filled with secrets and emotional twists and turns. Cross nails the emotions experienced in the opening sequence: the anguish felt by zombie Caroline and the terror felt by her gender-fluid twin brother, Mars, as she attempts to murder him. The building tensions Mars feels as boys bully him at... Read More

THE HOOKUP PLAN

THE HOOKUP PLAN

by Farrah Rochon | Read by Marissa Hampton

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Romantic Fiction

Marissa Hampton narrates an enemies-to-lovers romance. London Kelly is a successful pediatric surgeon who doesn't have time for anything not directly related to her career, like hobbies or dating. But when her high school nemesis, Drew Sullivan, comes back to town, he might be just the distraction she needs. Hampton's portrayal of London is confident and assured, that of a... Read More

HOPE WINS

HOPE WINS

by Rose Brock [Ed.] | Read by Rose Brock, Sura Siu, Adam Gidwitz, Robbie Daymond, Darrell Dennis, Jorjeana Marie, Zehra Fazal, Pablo Cartaya, Gibson Frazier, Rebecca Soler, Jonathan Todd Ross, Ramon De Ocampo, Shayna Small, Ronald Butler

Listening Library | Unabridged
Children

A talented group of narrators elevates these inspirational essays written by award-winning authors into a delightful listening experience. The works are sure to inspire young listeners and adults alike; they are varied and diverse, ensuring something for everyone. The essays touch on various topics: anxiety, bullies, divorce, reaching your dreams, death, and Covid, to name a... Read More

HOTHOUSE EARTH

HOTHOUSE EARTH An Inhabitant's Guide

by Bill McGuire | Read by Mike Cooper

Dreamscape | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Mike Cooper's clear British English, deliberate delivery, and overall thoughtful rendition well serve this serious audiobook. He delivers its straightforward yet bleak findings authoritatively. The environmental studies are presented unflinchingly, and the conclusions--we are very late in the climate-change fight--are disturbing. McGuire, a climatologist and geologist, has been... Read More

THE HOUSE ACROSS THE LAKE

THE HOUSE ACROSS THE LAKE

by Riley Sager | Read by Bernadette Dunne

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Narrator Bernadette Dunne expertly renders the psychological suspense in this compelling domestic drama. Recently widowed actress Casey Fletcher spends her days at the family cabin on Lake Greene, alone with a steady rotation of alcohol, grief, and guilt. Dunne's portrayal of Casey sounds textured by substance abuse and the weighty expectations of others, along with a private... Read More

HOW MINDS CHANGE

HOW MINDS CHANGE The Surprising Science of Belief, Opinion, and Persuasion

by David McRaney | Read by David McRaney

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Business & Finance

Author and pop-psychology blogger David McRaney gracefully explains how we acquire, hold, and change our views. With his appealing pitch range and palpable engagement with these issues, he creates an easy path for people to learn about the way our minds operate. His insights about how people form opinions remind us how subjective reality can be; we capture and make sense of... Read More

HOW THE MIND CHANGED

HOW THE MIND CHANGED A Human History of Our Evolving Brain

by Joseph Jebelli | Read by Joe Eyre

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Hearing Joe Eyre narrate this dexterously written text by a neuroscientist is both intellectually stimulating and just plain fun. Eyre's smooth, lively voice impresses listeners with its authority, warmth, and enthusiasm for the topic. While listeners learn about both contemporary theories in neuroscience and the latest findings in paleoanthropology, the author also shares his... Read More

HOW TO KEEP HOUSE WHILE DROWNING

HOW TO KEEP HOUSE WHILE DROWNING A Gentle Approach to Cleaning and Organizing

Earphones Award Winner

by KC Davis | Read by KC Davis, Raquel Martin

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Personal Growth

With compassion, hard-earned insights, and touches of humor, therapist KC Davis offers relief to the overwhelmed. Her voice is warm and understanding; whether listeners are struggling with the pandemic's aftermath or depression, Davis offers supportive ways to care for the home--and the self. With exhausted listeners in mind, Davis keeps chapters short and maintains a pace that... Read More

HOW TO READ NOW

HOW TO READ NOW Essays

by Elaine Castillo | Read by Elaine Castillo

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Elaine Castillo is that rare author who writes a stimulating series of essays and is also a fine narrator. She uses pauses adeptly, restrains irony, and has a naturally empathetic tone. Plus, she has a gift for languages: Her French is spot-on; her German, Germanic . . . Her essays have a distinctively political valence. White supremacy in publishing, literature, and life is... Read More

HUMAN TORPEDO

HUMAN TORPEDO Lockie Leonard, Book 1

by Tim Winton | Read by Orlando Schwerdt

Bolinda Audio | Unabridged
Young Adult

Orlando Schwerdt's portrayal of 12-year-old surf rat Lockie Leonard will leave listeners stoked for more in this coming-of-age story. The new kid in a remote Australian town, Lockie is smitten with the most popular girl in school. He can't believe his luck when she reciprocates his feelings and they start the first surf club. With superb pacing and expressiveness, Schwerdt... Read More

HUMMINGBIRD

HUMMINGBIRD

Earphones Award Winner

by Natalie Lloyd | Read by Natalie Lloyd

Scholastic Audiobooks | Unabridged
Children

Fans of Natalie Lloyd who have loved the written voice of her magical novels for years have a treat in store with her debut as narrator. Her warm Southern voice perfectly fits 11-year-old Olive, a character with whom she shares the disability of brittle bones and many other growing-up experiences. Lloyd makes clear homeschooled Olive's deep wish to attend public middle school,... Read More

I DIDN'T DO THE THING TODAY

I DIDN'T DO THE THING TODAY Letting Go of Productivity Guilt

by Madeleine Dore | Read by Madeleine Dore

Penguin Audio | Unabridged
Personal Growth

With her barely discernible Australian accent, the blogger and host of a podcast about work, creativity, and daily life narrates her first audiobook with quiet charm and audible commitment to her message. She says people today put too much emphasis on activity and being productive. Instead of causing people guilt, anxiety, and shame, the time we spend thinking and absorbing... Read More

I USED TO LIVE HERE ONCE

I USED TO LIVE HERE ONCE The Haunted Life of Jean Rhys

Earphones Award Winner

by Miranda Seymour | Read by Diana Quick

Tantor Media | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

British actress Diana Quick brings her aristocratic voice and impeccable pacing to this biography of the writer Jean Rhys. Most known for her mesmerizing novel WIDE SARGASSO SEA, Rhys was as extraordinary as the women in her work. Of mixed Welsh, Scots, and Creole descent, she was raised on the Caribbean island of Dominica. After moving to England at age 16, she lived a... Read More

I WALK BETWEEN THE RAINDROPS

I WALK BETWEEN THE RAINDROPS Stories

Earphones Award Winner

by T.C. Boyle | Read by T.C. Boyle, Cheryl Smith, Jason Culp, Derek Perkins, Jeremy Arthur, Stephen Mendel, Johnathan McClain, Ewan Chung, Pete Simonelli, David de Vries, Nan McNamara, Rex Anderson

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

This audiobook, narrated by the author and 11 others, offers a cornucopia of Boyle's vivid imaginings. Among the many short fictions worth listening to and cogitating on, the dark fantasy "Hyena," set in France, is delivered memorably by David de Vries, whose deliberate pace suits this horrific tale. "The Apartment," with its sustained irony, is given just the right tone and... Read More

ICED

ICED Dick Francis Novels, Book 10

Earphones Award Winner

by Felix Francis | Read by Martin Jarvis

Recorded Books | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

This entertaining audiobook, narrated masterfully by Golden Voice Martin Jarvis, is more than the story of a jockey racing a horse down the icy slope known as the Cresta Run. It's a novel about jockey Miles Pussett's struggles with depression, dependency, heartbreak, love, and the legacy of his father, a famed jockey who died in an accident while saving young Miles's life. In... Read More

I'M GLAD MY MOM DIED

I'M GLAD MY MOM DIED

by Jennette McCurdy | Read by Jennette McCurdy

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

In her memoir, author/narrator Jennette McCurdy uses a dynamic voice for her mother's lines and a flat tone for much of her own thoughts and dialogue. The writer, director, podcaster, singer, and former child actor shares details of her dark adolescence. Years after her mother's death, she is now coming to terms with the emotional and physical abuse she endured from a mother... Read More

IMAGINE A CITY

IMAGINE A CITY A Pilot's Journey Across the Urban World

by Mark Vanhoenacker | Read by Kyle Soller

Random House Audio | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

Mark Vanhoenacker, the author of SKYFARING, is an international airline pilot whose charming and intimate memoir is also a love letter to many of the world's principal cities. The combination travelogue/autobiography is artfully narrated by Kyle Soller with tone and pacing that are consistently wonderful in their unhurried way. Vanhoenacker's personal journey as a gay man is... Read More

THE IMMORTAL KING RAO

THE IMMORTAL KING RAO

by Vauhini Vara | Read by Soneela Nankani

Recorded Books | Unabridged
Fiction

Soneela Nankani stretches beyond her work in world literature by taking on this genre-bending novel, which spans both dystopian sci-fi and historical themes. Athena is the AI brainchild of a fictional Indian tech giant named King Rao. Now she is poised to reveal his secrets to the world. Nankani gives her voice an ethereal quality that also manages to reflect the human... Read More

IN SENSORIUM

IN SENSORIUM Notes for My People

by Tanaïs | Read by Tanaïs

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

Tanaïs narrates their memoir about their personal life, the Covid-19 pandemic, and perfume. This material is intermixed with the complicated history of the Indian subcontinent. The overall effect of Tanaïs's soft voice and contemplative pace has a meditative effect on the listener. This work could be listened to while unwinding on long walks but perhaps not during road trips.... Read More

IN THE BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY

IN THE BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY

by Jane Kuo | Read by Sura Siu

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Children

Narrator Sura Siu establishes a thoughtful voice for 10-year-old Anna, who moves from Taiwan to the U.S. with her mother and father in 1980 to pursue new opportunities. But when Anna and Ma arrive in Los Angeles and meet Ba, their dreams quickly fade. They realize that the business they purchased was not as successful as they were led to believe and struggle to make ends meet.... Read More

INDIGENOUS AMERICA

INDIGENOUS AMERICA

by Liam McDonald, Jennifer Sabin [Creator,] Doug Kiel [Intro.] | Read by Darrell Dennis

Listening Library | Unabridged
Children

Indigenous Canadian narrator Darrell Dennis delivers this unvarnished account of Native American history for middle-grade students. The audiobook, part of the True History series, does not shy away from uncomfortable truths about the European colonization of the Americas. Dennis speaks without rancor or sensationalism, delivering facts about the American Indians' roles in... Read More

THE INLAND ISLAND

THE INLAND ISLAND A Year in Nature

by Josephine Johnson | Read by Madeleine Maby

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Contemporary Culture

Madelaine Maby's even tempo and restrained approach guide listeners' attention through the meditative and poetic tone of this nature memoir by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Josephine Johnson. Originally published in 1996, the book chronicles a year on the Ohio farm that Johnson and her husband converted back to wilderness. Maby enhances Johnson's work with pacing that gives... Read More

INLANDS

INLANDS

Earphones Award Winner

by Elin Willows, Duncan J. Lewis [Trans.] | Read by Ann Marie Arvdal-Richardson

Great Plains Audiobooks | Unabridged
Fiction

Ann Marie Arvdal-Richardson's remarkable performance of this novel illuminates the voice in its protagonist's head, communicating her reflections on everyday thoughts. Yet Arvdal-Richardson is thoroughly compelling. A woman travels from Stockholm to the northern regions of Sweden to be with her boyfriend. By the time she arrives, however, the boyfriend is gone. The woman stays... Read More

INVENTING THE IT GIRL

INVENTING THE IT GIRL How Elinor Glyn Created the Modern Romance and Conquered Early Hollywood

by Hilary A. Hallett | Read by Pamela Almand

Blackstone Audio | Unabridged
Biography & Memoir

Pamela Almand's narration makes listening to this literary biography of Elinor Glyn (18641943) informative and intriguing. Soon after Glyn's socially advantageous marriage to her charming, philandering husband, she begins to realize that something is missing in her well-ordered life. Almand emphasizes Glyn's frustration and determination as she defies repressed Victorian... Read More

IT ALL COMES DOWN TO THIS

IT ALL COMES DOWN TO THIS

by Therese Anne Fowler | Read by Barrie Kreinik

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Fiction

Narrator Barrie Kreinik enlivens a rather flat, predictable story about three sisters whose lives are turned upside down by the death of their mother. Listeners spend hours learning about the women's material and sexual desires, their career and marital insecurities, their paltry anxieties, and, of course, their relationships with each other. There are some memorable portrayals... Read More

THE IT GIRL

THE IT GIRL

by Ruth Ware | Read by Imogen Church

Simon & Schuster Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Hannah and April--the "it girl" of the title--were roommates at Oxford. Then April was killed by a creepy porter. Or was she? Narrator Imogen Church adeptly conveys the characters involved--from reckless April to serious Hannah; April's lovers, Will and Ryan; and others. But halfway into the audiobook, it becomes apparent the story is not going to broaden beyond this single... Read More

ITHACA

ITHACA The Songs of Penelope, Book 1

by Claire North | Read by Catrin Walker-Booth

Hachette Audio | Unabridged
Historical Fiction

This is a lengthy feminist retelling of what happened in Odysseus's kingdom of Ithaca while he was struggling to return home after the fall of Troy. Listeners are introduced to Penelope, wife of the hero, who must rule a kingdom beset with pirates and scores of suitors who long to wed her and claim kingship of this western Greek island. The poised, steady voice of narrator... Read More

JACKIE & ME

JACKIE & ME

by Louis Bayard | Read by Sean Rohani

Workman Audio | Unabridged
Historical Fiction

Sean Rohani gives an upbeat narration of this fictionalized insider's view of the lead-up to the marriage of John Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier. The story is told by Lem Billings, a real-life close friend of Jack and Jackie, whose homosexuality was well hidden. According to Lem, Kennedy patriarch Joe Kennedy pressured Jack to marry to advance Jack's career in politics. Rohani... Read More

JACQUELINE IN PARIS

JACQUELINE IN PARIS

Earphones Award Winner

by Ann Mah | Read by Caroline Hewitt

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Historical Fiction

History buffs and Francophiles alike will enjoy this expertly narrated fictionalized account of Jacqueline Bouvier's year of study abroad. Caroline Hewitt captures the magic of postwar Paris with her adept handling of French, German, and New Jersey accents. In narrating both male and female characters of a variety of ages, Hewitt shows her skill and experience. A little like a... Read More

JUNIPER & THORN

JUNIPER & THORN

by Ava Reid | Read by Stina Neilsen

Harper Audio | Unabridged
Fantasy

Narrator Stina Nielsen conveys the horror that fuels this retelling of the Grimms' fairy tale "The Juniper Tree." Marlinchen, the youngest daughter of the twisted wizard Vashchenko, is kept captive in her dilapidated family home. She is forced to peddle her services as a flesh diviner, as she can read people's thoughts through touch. Nielsen communicates Marlinchen's desperate... Read More

JUST LIKE HOME

JUST LIKE HOME

by Sarah Gailey | Read by Xe Sands

Macmillan Audio | Unabridged
Mystery & Suspense

Creepy and atmospheric, Xe Sands's narration perfectly matches this ethereal yet harrowing story. Vera Crowder is told to come home to the house she grew up in by her dying mother, Daphne. They have a complicated, tense relationship tied to her father's crimes and the horrors hidden in that same house. Vera must overcome these unresolved issues and unexpected memories of her... Read More

JUST ONE KISS

JUST ONE KISS The Kingston Family, Book 6

by Carly Phillips | Read by Jason Clarke, Samantha Cook

CP Publishing | Unabridged
Romantic Fiction

Narrators Samantha Cook and Jason Clarke depict the romance that blossoms between Jade Dare and Knox Sinclair. Jade is leery of relationships after two failed engagements, but circumstances thrust her into Knox's path as she is planning his sister's wedding. Cook's performance is dynamic as Jade and as she moves between the male and female secondary characters. Portraying Knox,... Read More

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