Wednesday 20 May 2020

Audio: Always be my banshee by Molly Harper

Narrated by: Amanda Ronconi, Jonathan Davis
Series: Mystic Bayou, Book 4
Length: 7 hrs and 11 mins
Original Recording Audiobook
Release date: 04-07-20
Language: English
Publisher: Audible Originals
Paranormal romance

I did find something missing from this one, action? I felt it mostly went on and on, and everyone who has been in previous books where there and, well hello the plot?

Or maybe it was the chemistry between them that I did not buy? Also Brendan being a banshee, not the best paranormal being considering. Poor guy.

As for Cordelia, if she touches someone she will see what they have done, and some people do bad things. Same with things, if she touches an object it is the same.

And together they will figure out what the f i going on...

But yes the drama was lacking for me, first at the end it got going.

I did like the narrators. Ronconi is good and I liked the guy doing Brendan's chapters too. But then I can never say no to an Irish accent.

Even  though I read the previous book I feel that buy now you should have read them all, there are way too many people stopping by.

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?


  1. It's been a long time I haven't read one of her books

  2. Well you can't love em all :) and I'm not really sure about the cover either.

  3. I've had some trouble focussing on my reading this week, so one that doesn't really drive with a plot is probably not the best choice for me right now

  4. Sounds like there are too many issues with this one.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

  5. Molly Harper is hit and miss for me. She has funny plots, but sometimes they're a bit thin. I do love Ronconi's narrations. When too many characters from past books pop in I think it's distracting.

    1. I had not realised that before now, and yes there was fun and I liked how close everyone was, but the plot was nowhere to be found

  6. That's a bummer. her books are usually a fun escape.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

  7. I listened to one of the books in this series. I might give this one a try at some point.

  8. It was a wee bit slow for sure.

    And yess LOL poor Brendan

  9. I really liked this one in that it really tied up a lot of loose ends - but I agree, the romance really wasn't all that. And she did more "recovering" than "working." But still, fun series overall!

    1. That she sure did!

      Ack, But I wanted loooove



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