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Written by: Jayne Bamber

What if Catherine Morland’s assumption about General Tilney had been far more generous than the whole truth? What if the old abbey holds a darker mystery than she ever imagined? And what if Elizabeth Bennet’s knowledge of the supernatural world far outstrips what her cousin Cathy ever thought possible? 

What if a crisis at Rosings tangles the two young women up with the Darcys and Tilneys in a wild gothic romp with shocking surprises at every twist and turn? When Elizabeth Bennet and Catherine Morland travel into Kent to visit the recently married Collinses in the village of Hunsford, Lizzy is annoyed to discover Mr. Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam at Rosings, while Cathy is certain that novel-worthy romance will ensue.

Cinderella – A Retelling with Strength and Courage

Written by: Lisa Shea

Cinderella made a vow to her mother before her mother tragically passed away on midwinter’s day. Ella had sworn to watch over her father and care for him. But then, her father had married anew. Her stepmother and two stepsisters took sharp delight in causing Ella grief from morn to eve. They bullied her, called her Cinderella, and treated her as little more than a slave in her own home. It took all of Ella’s courage to swallow the insults and to honor her word. 

Now the crown prince had returned home from the battlefront, and a ball was announced to celebrate his arrival. All eligible young women from the entire kingdom were invited to attend. Ella had but one desire left: See the king’s gardens one last time before she fled home. It would be a final way to commemorate her beloved mother before considering her vow’s terms to be complete. 

She had no idea what waited her on that arched stone bridge….

The Vixen in Red

Written by: Dawn Brower

Collin Evans, the Earl of Frossly is forced to return to his ancestral estate after years of avoiding the responsibility. His estate manager quit and it’s up to him to ensure his servants and tenants don’t suffer from his neglect. He never expected to find a beguiling woman that tempts him beyond reason nearby.  After a scandal erupts, Lady Charlotte Rossington is sent to the country to stay with a spinster aunt. What her father fails to realize is that was her goal all along. She hates London society and wants to write a novel and the season would prevent that endeavor. 

While there she crosses paths with the Earl of Frossly. He’s handsome as sin and one of the wickedest rogues she’s ever encountered. She’s drawn to him and ends up in his arms more often than at her writing desk. Giving up on her dream is the last thing she wants, but she might have to choose between it and the one man she can’t live without. But her fight for the future she craves is derailed when her ex-husband embroils her in a cynical blackmail plot. She is forced to take possession of a solid gold icon, part of a secret hoard of art treasures stolen by the Nazis – that dangerous men are prepared to kill for.

Golden Icon

A Mikky dos Santos Thriller: The Prequel

Written by: Janet Pywell

In the prequel to the Mikky Dos Santos Thrillers, Josephine Lavelle, a once-famous opera singer who became an international outcast, has one last opportunity to resurrect her career. She was born to sing Puccini’s Tosca and is determined to earn the right to perform again on the world’s most prestigious and celebrated stages. Nothing must detract from her last chance.

But her fight for the future she craves is derailed when her ex-husband embroils her in a cynical blackmail plot. She is forced to take possession of a solid gold icon, part of a secret hoard of art treasures stolen by the Nazis – that dangerous men are prepared to kill for.

Madness in Meryton

Written by: Jayne Bamber

Upon their return home from Netherfield, two days of heavy rain confine Jane and Elizabeth Bennet indoors with their unruly younger sisters, a mother in perpetual need of smelling salts, and the tedious Mr. Collins. When the rain finally clears, the ladies from Longbourn and the gentlemen from Netherfield are all drawn to Meryton by the excitement of Market Day, setting in motion a series of significant events… 

That night, Mrs. Phillips hosts a card party for officers of the local militia, where the charming Mr. Wickham tells Elizabeth his shocking history with Mr. Darcy, a man who has given Elizabeth nothing but offense since coming to stay with his friend Mr. Bingley at Netherfield. 

The next day, the same thing happens again…

What listeners say: “I couldn’t stop listening… Amanda Brown is impressively versatile with the characters, yet never seems to make them so comical as some are portrayed in the film adaptations.” – AlyLin

Gretchen and the Bear

Written by: Carrie Anne Noble

Sixteen-year-old Gretchen has been waiting forever to trade life on a dreary orbiting station for life on gloriously regenerated Earth. Still, visiting faerie-infested Britannia is not on her agenda – especially since no human who’s ventured there has ever returned. But when her stepsister sneaks off to the island to meet a faerie boyfriend, Gretchen’s stepmother forces her to choose: Risk death to rescue the runaway, or forfeit her father’s life.

What listeners say: “Narrator Amanda S. Brown brings the characters to life with her voice work. she changes her voice enough that you don’t even need the dialogue tags to know who’s speaking. Her natural voice is amazing too she reads Carrie Anne Nobel’s words with such a sense of wonder that you feel as though she is the titular Gretchen, relating her life story to you herself.” – Catherine

No Place Like Home
Patricia Fisher Mysteries (A Humorous Cruise Ship Cozy Mystery, Book 10)

Written by: Steve Higgs

Fifty-three-year-old Patricia Fisher is a trouble magnet like no other, a sad fact she has come to accept during her three-month around the world cruise. Wherever she goes, bodies just appear, or someone gets kidnapped, or she accidentally uncovers a plot to overthrow a government.

Life certainly isn’t dull for Patricia.

What listeners say: “Amanda S. Brown, has a very pleasant voice, and reads with occasional gentle emotion which greatly enhanced my enjoyment of this story. I highly recommend this book!”

A Peculiar Connection

Written by: Jan Hahn

As Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice draws to a close, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, bent on preventing the engagement of her nephew to Elizabeth Bennet, declares that any union between Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth would be “a sin against Heaven itself!” Her shocking revelation and a cryptic message written over twenty years earlier thrust the couple into a whirlwind of stunning revelations and heartbreak. 

Where You Go
The Rambler Battalion Series, Book 1

Written by: Claire Cain

When Alex Moore leaves New York in search of a slower pace, her life is turned upside down at the sight of her oldest friend and first love Luke Waterford. Alex is shocked by their instant attraction and the sense of home she feels with a man she hasn’t seen in 10 years.

Luke’s time in the army has made him more beautiful, more interesting, more appealing than ever. Alex has fought for stability, career success, and a chance to put down roots, but the closer she gets to Luke, the more she fears she’ll have to sacrifice everything she thought she wanted.

Flirting with Disaster (A Paranormal Mystery Romance) Dark Side Mysteries, Book 1

Written by: Kendra Ashe

Claire Benolt doesn’t believe in weird stuff. Ghosts, vampires, and werewolves just aren’t real. At least that’s what she thought. Determined to leave her murky past behind, Claire gladly accepts a job working with a private detective. There’s only one catch. Her new boss just happens to be a vampire, and he wants her help catching the serial killer terrorizing New Orleans. And then there’s Mason, the hot Nightwalker who wants to eat her up, in more than one way.

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