Narrator: Amanda Ronconi, Jonathon Davis
Series: Mystic Bayou #4
Published by Audible on April 7, 2020
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Length: 7 hours and 11 minutes
Amazon, Audible, Libro.fm
The latest Mystic Bayou novel from Audie Award-nominated author Molly Harper will have you swooning with passion and wailing with laughter!
Cordelia Canton is on a top-secret assignment: travel to Mystic Bayou and use her powers as a touch-know psychic to learn more about the mysterious artifact that's been pulled from the rift site. She's partnered with Brendan O'Connor, a rare male banshee whose tall, dark, and broody good looks are a major distraction. Before long, it becomes clear that the artifact they're studying is sentient - and brimming with supernatural power. Can they harness its magic in time to stop the secret forces conspiring to steal it?
**Note: this story is included in the Audible Plus Membership
It has been a while since I listened to the previous Mystic Bayou story. It was nice to be back into the small town of paranormal creatures. In this story, we have Brendan O’Connor, a rare male banshee and Cordelia Canton, a touch psychic who gets memories from stuff she touches. They come together to work on the weird artifact that was pulled from the rift.
This is a fun, light-hearted, comfort read, or well listen. If you’ve never listened/read to Molly Harper, she is very funny and her characters are so lovable. She brings a lot of snark and pop culture references. This book was no different. This series does have a bit of a formulaic feel, but it is still a fun escape.
This book did feel like it might be the last book in the series, since there was a bit of a conclusion, but I see there is an audiobook WHICH came out in January. So, I guess not. This is a series through Audible, so you can’t get it from other places and it is even a few months before it is available as an ebook. I’ll look forward to grabbing the next book (I still have a novella story to listen to as well).
I’m a HUGE Amanda Ronconi fan. I listened to my first Molly Harper book and I can’t even imagine reading one of her books and not listening. She really brings out the characters’ personalities. She’s also great at including the snark Harper puts in her stories.
I had not listened to Jonathan Davis before this series. I had a really hard time with the first book, but I think it has gotten more cohesive. I don’t think his narration is bad, it just doesn’t stand up with Amanda Ronconi, in my opinion. I’m always more interested in the female POVs in this series, and I think it might have something to with the narration. I do think that if I listened to him in a different series where he was the only narrator, I would like him more. I think I just struggle with anyone else performing Molly Harper stories.
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