24 Apr 2020
Our Audiobook Playlist For April | 2020
We wanted to share with you some of our favorite audiobooks we’ve been listening to in April. Our playlist includes a little something for everyone from mystery, literary fiction, memoir, fantasy, and romance. Grab your headphones and happy listening!
The Boy from the Woods
by Harlan Coben
Thirty years ago a feral boy named Wilde was found in the woods with no memory of his past. To this day he still doesn’t know where he comes from… and another child has gone missing. No one is taking the disappearance of Naomi Pine seriously, except for television criminal attorney, Hester Crimstein. When Hester asks Wilde to use his unique skills to help find her, he can’t ignore an outcast in trouble.
The Decadent Gift
by Lauren Blakely
The third book in The Gift Series by New York Times Bestselling Author Lauren Blakely… The rules were pretty simple. It was just one weekend. We would play our roles and I would get the info I needed for a secret work project. Then everything would go back to normal. That is what I proposed to handsome, clever, commanding Jake. That is what he said yes to. But that’s not what happened.
by Sarah K. L. Wilson
The second book in the Tangled Fae series by USA Today Bestselling Author Sarah K. Wilson… All Allie Hunter thought she had to do was make an exchange to buy back her father’s life. She was very wrong. Usually when a mortal is wrong about something in the Faeworld is kills them, or mires them in bargains that will suck their life out. Allie is now caught in a cage and the Fae she once tormented is her captor. Can she strike the right bargain to save everything she loves?
Hell and Other Destinations
by Madeleine Albright
When Madeleine Albright left office as America’s first secretary of state in 2001, reporters asked her how she wished to be remembered. She said she did not want to be remembered. “I am here and have much more I intend to do. As difficult as it might seem, I want every stage of my life to be more exciting than the last.” This memoir reveals this remarkable figure at her bluntest, funniest, most intimate, and most serious.
The Love Story of Missy Carmichael
by Beth Morrey
The world has changed around seventy-nine-year-old Millicent Carmichael. The librarian is quick to admit she found her role as housewife and mother less than satisfying but Missy led a good life driven by two children, an accomplished husband, and a Classics degree from Cambridge. But now they are all gone and she spends her days sipping sherry, avoiding people, and rattling in her oversized, under-decorated house.
by Nana Malone
She wasn’t meant to cross my path. She was never meant to know about the Currency of Secrets or the Oaths of Blood. Then like a thief in the night, she stole my soul. I am a member of the Elite and I live by simple tenets. I must be a gentleman above all. Private matters stay private and secrets are never revealed. Enemies and friends are of the same coin.