In case you missed it, Jeaniene Frost, Melissa Marr, and Kelley Armstrong recently released an anthology titled Hex on the Beach.
The audio book of Jeaniene’s story, A Grave Girls’ Getaway, came out today from Audible. It is read by Talia Hilbert.
Vampire Cat Crawfield is experiencing a new role as a mother. Turns out, trying to manage a perfect domestic life for her daughter is more…challenging than Cat ever imagined. Since things have finally quieted down in the undead world, her husband, Bones, suggests that Cat recharge by spending a girls-only getaway with her best friend, Denise.
Cat and Denise intend to spend the week doing nothing more than dancing, drinking, and sightseeing. Unfortunately, they stumble across a deadly summer solstice ritual performed by powerful witches who have no intention of letting their uninvited guests live to reveal what they saw. Will this girls-only getaway turn out to be the last vacation – ever! – for Cat and Denise?
As an aside, here is something to keep you from thinking that I am smart. This little doohicky |. Some years ago when I was first making websites, I saw | between the buy links and I really liked it. But I didn’t know how to make that symbol. I thought maybe it was one of those special characters that you have to code for or press some arcane combination of keys like Æ or Ë. So for about a year, I would copy someone else’s buy links and recode them just so I could keep the | between the retailers.
Then one day I looked at the keyboard.
Anyway, I hope you like BFF Jeaniene’s audio book. I really enjoyed it, but then of course, I am deeply biased. We have the same sense of humor. Today I called her and was describing the scene and said “and so this idiot wants to prove that his baby batter is just as good as his brother’s” and she laughed for a solid minute and said, “Please tell me you used that exact phrasing.”
So anyway, Jeaniene’s audiobook is out. Yay!