I've been on a Janet Evanovich binge- listen lately and having a lot of fun with them. This time it was two books featuring heroes that were brewers--one present day and one historical.
Love in a Nutshell (Culhane Family #1)
I liked both Kate and Matt and enjoyed them working together. Some quirky bits added in with her new home needing lots of repairs, a couple cute dogs, some laugh out loud moments, learning about the brewery and how the business ran. There were a number of attacks against his business that kept things lively. Plus some yummy tension. Things heat up a couple times but it's kept fairly pg. I had a great time with these two and would have loved seeing more books featuring them.
I loved Lorelei King for this one. As usual she had great pacing and quickly pulled me into the story. I was trying to find more things to clean around the house so I could keep listening. Ha! I liked her male voices, as well. That's usually iffy for me but she really does a great job with them. She's quickly climbing the ranks of my favorite audiobook narrators.
The Husband List (Culhane Family #2)
Again with Lorelei King. She's just fantastic, yall. The male voices. Excellent. I think she's the first female narrator that didn't give me even a little pause over the male voices. She does a great job of making the characters sound unique, too. Different ages and accents are all very nicely done.