These are 5 of my favorite audiobooks. Listed in 2017. I know I need to post an update. 😉
1. French Lessons by Natalie Vivien
I wish every audiobook was like French Lessons by Natalie Vivien. This book has a fantastic story and an outstanding narration. While most other audiobooks are convenient and nice to listen to, French Lessons is an audio gem.
2. Passion’s bright fury, by Radclyffe
Saxon is one of my favorite and certainly one to remember. As a secretive (read: distant and grumpy) Chief of Trauma at a busy Manhattan hospital, she is not amused when Jude Castle starts following her around to make a documentary film about the hospital. It’s a vintage Radclyffe.
3. Wild Shores by Radclyffe
Now and then, you finish a book and just ache for more. Not wish there was more to come, but actual aching . For me, Wild Shores was one of those books. I’m not sure why, it’s a pretty classic lesbian fiction novel, but I can’t get it out of my head. Or rather: I can’t let go of these characters!
4. Jericho, by Ann McMan
This book is great if you want to escape your busy life and dream off to a small town with a warm community. This audiobook made me laugh out loud several times. The narration is very lively, and makes the book extra funny. Great dialogues and a rich inner life for both characters add to the appeal.
5. Snow falls, by Gerri Hill
Last mention goes to this ‘stuck together’ romance story by Gerri Hill. It’s a classic concept: two women get stuck together in the middle of nowhere and things start to sizzle. This story takes place on a mountain in Aspen and is a very nice listen if you like the usual lesbian romance formula.