Friday, 12 February 2021

Audio: One Fine Fae by Molly Harper

Narrated by: Jonathan Davis, Amanda Ronconi


Series: Mystic Bayou, Book 4.5


Length: 3 hrs and 10 mins


Release date: 12-08-20


Publisher: Audible Originals


Novella, paranormal romance


To review






Short and nice, just what I needed.





Charlotte is a midway and heading to Mystic Bayou to help a dragon and a phoenix with their egg. Yes things gets strange in the Bayou. We do meet side characters from previous books, but I did feel like this novella could stand on its own. Enough was learned to move along.





While doing baby dragon egg stuff, she meets Leonard. The other POV, he has a Fae curse on him, oh I forgot to say that Charlotte is Fae! Anyway, poor Leonard, this is a mean curse that has been passed down generations for 200 years. They meet, they intrigue each other, and they were just cute. it is a novella, so it does not go deep, but I could still feel they were meant to be.





I liked the two narrator thing. Ranconi is good, and I really liked Davis too. He had this nice smooth voice that fit so well, and I could have listened to it for a long time. But I must say that even in 1.7x it managed to feel that I could have speed up even more with his voice. But that is just me. It was lovely.




Charlotte McBee knows she’s in for a challenge when she accepts a job as midwife for a dragon and a phoenix shifter. Being a fairy herself, it isn’t the supernatural world that scares her. It’s the thought of delivering a giant metal dragon’s egg, which has her gritting her teeth in pain for poor Jillian, the anxious mother-to-be.

While preparing for the big event, a handsome town resident catches her eye. Leonard is kind, charming and a little bit mysterious. He’s also suffering from a highly unusual condition brought on by an ancient fairy curse, and he’s too wary of Charlotte to allow her to get close. Will love overcome fear before the end of her assignment?


19 comments:

  1. Ohh I read a couple of these books, but I stopped since Audible abolished their Escape program. I really need to get back into them!

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  2. Ah, poor guy. Glad they meet. :)

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  3. Great, I need some nice short reads.

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  4. Aww baby dragons. And a Happy Valentine's Day to you and yours.

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    1. Or whatever comes out between a dragon and phoneix getting it on

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  5. I've always felt that JD and AR don't mesh in their production speeds - I used to speed up his parts and slow down hers to make them better fitting. But now I just listen to it all at the faster speed.

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    1. I am at 1.8 anyway so it works, her voice is good then, his was a bit too slow, but still acceptable.

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  6. It's been so long since I haven't read one of her books

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  7. I love short reads, and Amanda Ronconi's performances. I'll check this one out. :)

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  8. I've always enjoyed Harper's books but I haven't read any in years.

    I read Jen's (Twimom) review for this too and I'll have to give it a go.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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