Tease: When All the Girls Have Gone

Romantic suspense from Jayne Ann Krentz

As women in a secret investment club go missing, Claire and Max race the clock to locate a killer. Narrator Amanda Leigh Cobb matches Jayne Ann Krentz’s no-nonsense style in this tightly-plotted mystery with a second-chance romance.

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Jayne Ann Krentz, Read by Amanda Leigh Cobb
Recorded Books

Narrator Amanda Leigh Cobb chronicles Charlotte Sawyer’s glorious escape from her staid comfort zone in Krentz’s romantic suspense novel. Charlotte convinces private investigator Max Cutler to collaborate as she seeks answers about her missing sister Jocelyn’s murky investment club. This is a great mystery, even if you don’t figure out “who done it” until the very end. [Trigger warning: a few moderately detailed episodes of sexual violence.] Hear a sound clip and read AudioFile’s full review HERE.

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Tuesday Tease: Audiobook Reviews

This week’s romance audiobook reviews


Newest romance audiobook reviews from AudioFile with companion print reviews from RT Book Reviews


Marina Adair, Read by Renee Raudman
Brilliance Audio

Marina Adair starts debuts her new Sequoia Lake series. Narrator Renee Raudman hits another one out of the park in this small-town romance with a big heart. Listen to a sound clip and read AudioFile’s audiobook review, HERE.

RT Book Reviews print edition review. 


Diana Palmer,  Read by Todd McLaren
Brilliance Audio

Narrator Todd McLaren takes the listener to an isolated Wyoming ranch where Meredith Grayling is hiding from a contract killer in Diana Palmer’s latest audiobook in the Long Tall Texan series. Listen to a sound clip and read AudioFile’s audiobook review, HERE.

RT Book Reviews print edition review.

Carolyn Brown, Read by Donna Postel
Brilliance Audio

A single-title contemporary audiobook romance from Carolyn Brown. Narrator Donna Postel creates a glowing narration in this whimsical Southern tale about life’s unpredictable twists and turns. Listen to a sound clip and read AudioFile’s audiobook review, HERE.


Karen Ranney, read by Tim Campbell
Harper Audio

Tim Campbell’s agreeable narration should satisfy a wide audience looking for a tale with both seductive scenes and classic romance. Come for the explicit scenes but stay for a conventional love story reminiscent of Shakespeare’s TAMING OF THE SHREW. Listen to a sound clip and read AudioFile’s audiobook review, HERE.

RT Book Reviews print edition review.

Tuesday Tease: Holiday with a Twist

What’s Christmas without regret, deception . . . and a pug dog?!

Narrator Samantha Cook’s impressive range of voices and deadpan humor make this one holiday romance you won’t forget.

Shannon Stacey, Read by Samantha Cook
Harlequin Audio

For Leigh Holloway, returning home to Massachusetts for Christmas is epic bad timing. She lost her fiancé, quit her job (working with said fiancé), and now has to fake it for two weeks so her family doesn’t suspect anything. Bartender Croy Dawson sympathizes and wouldn’t mind taking their high school friendship to the next level. Narrator Samantha Cook plays up Leigh’s family antics and gets listeners into the spirit – for Christmas and romance. Listen to a sound clip and read my full review. 

I would definitely listen to more Samantha Cook audiobooks. And not just over the holidays!

Till next Tuesday!
-Caitlin Augusta