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Audiobooks Narrated by Chelsea Stephens

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  1. Girl A Audiobook Girl A
  2. We Are All Birds of Uganda Audiobook We Are All Birds of Uganda
  3. A Prince and a Spy: The most anticipated spy thriller of 2021 Audiobook A Prince and a Spy: The most anticipated spy thriller of 2021
  4. People Like Her Audiobook People Like Her
  5. Luster Audiobook Luster
  6. Fast This Way: Burn Fat, Heal Inflammation and Eat Like the High-Performing Human You Were Meant to  Audiobook Fast This Way: Burn Fat, Heal Inflammation and Eat Like the High-Performing Human You Were Meant to
  7. Untamed: Stop pleasing, start living Audiobook Untamed: Stop pleasing, start living
  8. Romancing Mister Bridgerton Audiobook Romancing Mister Bridgerton
  9. Bossman Audiobook Bossman
  10. Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies: And Other Rituals to Fix Your Life, from Someone Who's Been There Audiobook Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies: And Other Rituals to Fix Your Life, from Someone Who's Been There
Her Hidden Past Audiobook

Her Hidden Past

Author: Kelly Utt Narrator: Chelsea Stephens Release Date: February 2021

Bea Hughes had put the past behind her. Until an anonymous caller phoned to say they knew what she'd done. To make matters worse, Bea suspects someone else in the house was listening in on the line. Fearful she's been found out and desperate to keep her family together, Bea must identify and silence the person who stands in the way of her happiness. Should she confess after all these years? Should she cover her tracks? And can she do it while keeping her high-profile marriage to a public figure out of the headlines? Contains mature themes.

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Her Deepest Fear Audiobook

Her Deepest Fear

Author: Kelly Utt Narrator: Chelsea Stephens Release Date: January 2021

After her husband dies suddenly, Cate begins to suspect she's being followed-and starts questioning everything she thought she knew. But the answers she discovers may be the worst of all . . . Cate Brady almost had it all. Until a knock on her front door brought news that her beloved husband had been in a terrible accident. He was pronounced dead on the scene. Reeling from the shock and suspecting she's being followed, Cate must question everything she thinks she knows. Is she in danger? Will she find the answers she reluctantly seeks? And what will it all mean for her future? Her Deepest Fear is the first book in the Rosemary Run series featuring the women of a California town who face the darkness hiding beneath their community's picturesque façade. Contains mature themes.

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Garden of Thorns and Light Audiobook

Garden of Thorns and Light

Author: Shylah Addante Narrator: Chelsea Stephens Release Date: December 2020

When Amethyst Faye was six-years-old, she was almost stolen by a monster in the woods on the same night her mother mysteriously disappeared. Ten years, a half dozen psychiatrists, and a slew of diagnoses haven't made things any better; she is still plagued by nightmares, ridiculed at school, and misunderstood by everyone from her teachers to her counselor to her father. And lately she's been sprouting thick green thorns out of her skin. Summer at Gran's in Morgan Springs wins out, just barely, and only because a backwater town sounds marginally more interesting than a mental institution. Amethyst draws the attention of Ben, the boy of her dreams, and Absynth, the creature from her nightmares. Although neither of them is what she expected, Amethyst realizes both Ben and Absynth are exactly what she needs to heal her heart and harness the fairy magic she's inherited. Unfortunately for Amethyst, trying to walk both paths could get her killed, but having to choose between them is far worse.

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Montessori: The Science Behind the Genius Audiobook

Montessori: The Science Behind the Genius

Author: Angeline Stoll Lillard Narrator: Chelsea Stephens Release Date: December 2020

One hundred and ten years ago, Maria Montessori, the first female physician in Italy, devised a very different method of educating children, based on her observations of how they naturally learn. In Montessori, Angeline Stoll Lillard shows that science has finally caught up with Maria Montessori. Lillard presents the research behind nine insights that are foundations of Montessori education, describing how each of these insights is applied in the Montessori classroom. In listening to this book, parents and teachers alike will develop a clear understanding of what happens in a Montessori classroom and, more importantly, why it happens and why it works. Lillard explains the scientific basis for Montessori's system and the distinctions between practices in traditional, 'Montessomething,' and authentic Montessori education. Furthermore, in this new edition, she presents recent studies showing evidence that this alternative to traditional schooling does indeed make a difference. Montessori is indispensable for anyone interested in teaching, training, or considering Montessori schooling, in developmental psychology, or in understanding about human learning and education overall.

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Firestorm Audiobook


Author: William Stacey Narrator: Chelsea Stephens Release Date: December 2020

Everyone wants me dead: A demon, a vampire lord, even a dragon. Now, a new enemy wants even more . . . The war we feared has come, and leading the invading army is the only remaining dragon, the 'Black Death.' If it's not stopped, the dragon will slaughter thousands. I'm Angie Ritter, former army mage and the first source mage to be born in centuries. I might be able to stop the dragon. If I can learn to control my new magic. If I can master the ancient entity possessing me. If I can act like a grownup and stop fantasizing about the sexy were-jaguar I'm traveling with. And if I can avoid getting my heart cut out, or drained of my blood, or burned to death . . . or any of the other countless grisly deaths that await me. Now something haunts my dreams. Something hungry. FML. Contains mature themes.

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The Sisters of Kestrel Cay Audiobook

The Sisters of Kestrel Cay

Author: Kelly Utt Narrator: Chelsea Stephens Release Date: December 2020

A terrible accident, a sister's betrayal, and the bonds that keep families together against all odds. The last time Margot Callaway saw her sister, Lottie, the girl was twelve and clinging to their blood-covered mother over the asphalt in a gas station parking lot. Reeling and in shock, Margot fled her home state of Florida, choosing a path that would take her far away from the pain. She left everything behind, including Lottie. Now, seven years later, mysterious happenings on the island lead Margot to the realization that she must return home and face the ghosts of their shared past. Will Margot and Lottie have what it takes to protect each other? Can Lottie forgive Margot for running away? The Sisters of Kestrel Cay is a gorgeously gripping, deep and suspense-filled novel that explores the bonds of sisterhood, the bounds of duty, and the power of forgiveness. It’s the first book in the Hideaway Isle series and the perfect beach read. About the Hideaway Isle series: It’s paradise on the sparkling tropical shores of Hideaway Isle, Florida. A place where vacationers go to get away and residents enjoy year-round luxury. Despite postcard-worthy appearances, there’s trouble in paradise. Lurking just beyond the sun, sand, and sea are threats that promise to wreak havoc in this seemingly idyllic utopia. With riveting turns that will leave you breathless, each Hideaway Isle novel features a deep dive into a different islander’s story. Buy The Sisters of Kestrel Cay today for an emotional, pulse-pounding listen you won't soon forget.

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Death's Door Audiobook

Death's Door

Author: Heather Hildenbrand Narrator: Chelsea Stephens Release Date: December 2020

Shift happens. Gem's life has gone from bad to worse faster than her secret demon baby can say 'baby daddy.' What started as a crappy job and a possible killer to bring to justice has become a full-blown conspiracy from hell. Literally. Demons are being summoned into New Orleans and Gem is sure there's a Nephilim behind it. Now, all she has to do is prove it. Oh yeah, and not get herself killed in the process. Too bad for Gem, everyone has secrets, including her. And when the powers-that-be find out what she's capable of, they'll stop at nothing to silence her once and for all.

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The Tindalos Asset Audiobook

The Tindalos Asset

Author: Caitlin R. Kiernan Narrator: Chelsea Stephens Release Date: November 2020

A rundown apartment in Koreatown. A Los Angeles winter. A strung out, worn out, wrecked, and used government agent is scraped up off the pavement, cleaned up, and reluctantly sent out into battle one last time. Ellison Nicodemo has seen and done terrible things. She thought her only remaining quest was for oblivion. Then the Signalman comes calling. He wants to learn if she can stop the latest apocalypse. Ellison, once a unique and valuable asset, can barely remember why she ever fought the good fight. Still, you don't say no to the Signalman, and the time has come to face her fears and the nightmare forces that almost destroyed her. Only Ellison can unleash the hound of Tindalos . . .

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Birth Control: What Everyone Needs to Know Audiobook

Birth Control: What Everyone Needs to Know

Author: Beth L. Sundstrom, Cara Delay Narrator: Chelsea Stephens Release Date: October 2020

Birth control offers women the opportunity to prevent pregnancy, plan and space their births, or have no births at all. And yet, in the United States, half of all pregnancies remain unintended, and access to birth control is beset by inequities in education, access, and coverage. Birth Control: What Everyone Needs to Know will offer more than a user's guide to available means of contraception: it will examine how supported family-planning infrastructure impacts society as a whole. Through reviews of policy, scientific literature, and supplemental interviews with women, it will uncover women's concerns and apprehensions about contraception, as well as the ways birth control empowers women and increases access to educational and professional opportunities. It will provide an overview the history of birth control, the risks and benefits of contraception, the role of menstruation, and the future of birth control. The goal of this book is to provide accurate, unbiased scientific information about contraception in the context of women's lived experiences and the realities of how individuals make decisions about birth control.

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Agents of Dreamland Audiobook

Agents of Dreamland

Author: Caitlin R. Kiernan Narrator: Chelsea Stephens, Danny Campbell Release Date: September 2020

A government special agent known only as the Signalman gets off a train on a stunningly hot morning in Winslow, Arizona. Later that day he meets a woman in a diner to exchange information about an event that happened a week earlier for which neither has an explanation, but which haunts the Signalman. In a ranch house near the shore of the Salton Sea a cult leader gathers up the weak and susceptible-the Children of the Next Level-and offers them something to believe in and a chance for transcendence. The future is coming and they will help to usher it in. A day after the events at the ranch house which disturbed the Signalman so deeply that he and his government sought out help from 'other' sources, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory abruptly loses contact with NASA's interplanetary probe New Horizons. Something out beyond the orbit of Pluto has made contact. And a woman floating outside of time looks to the future and the past for answers to what can save humanity.

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Once Two Sisters Audiobook

Once Two Sisters

Author: Sarah Warburton Narrator: Chelsea Stephens, Wendy Tremont King Release Date: September 2020

Zoe Hallett and her sister, Ava, are the precocious offspring of two pioneering scientists, but the sisters have been estranged for years. When Zoe reads a news story about Ava's mysterious disappearance, she assumes it's just another of her sister's twisted fictions, designed to blame Zoe and destroy the peaceful life she's created with her husband and beautiful stepdaughter in Houston. But Zoe's email is hacked to send threatening messages to Ava-and a more sinister picture begins to emerge. Zoe returns to her home state of Virginia to prove her innocence to the authorities, to her parents, and to Glenn, her ex-boyfriend and current brother-in-law. For the first time, Zoe begins to believe Ava is in grave danger, and when Glenn catches her searching for clues in Ava's home, she looks guiltier than ever-but maybe Glenn is not all he seems. The clues Zoe finds point to a bizarre link between Ava's disappearance and her mother's research. Is there a secret someone is trying to protect? And would someone be willing to kill to protect it? As her sister's life hangs in the balance, Zoe draws on hidden reserves of strength and hope to save the sister she never thought she loved.

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How We Vote: Innovation in American Elections Audiobook

How We Vote: Innovation in American Elections

Author: Kathleen Hale, Mitchell Brown Narrator: Chelsea Stephens Release Date: September 2020

The idea of voting is simple, but the administration of elections in ways that ensure access and integrity is complex. In How We Vote, Kathleen Hale and Mitchell Brown explore how election officials work, how ballots are cast and counted, and how jurisdictions try to innovate while also protecting the security of the voting process. Election officials must work in a difficult intergovernmental environment of constant change and intense partisanship. Voting practices and funding vary from state to state, and multiple government agencies, the judicial system, voting equipment vendors, nonprofit groups, and citizen activists also influence practices and limit change. Despite real challenges and pessimistic media assessments, Hale and Brown demonstrate that election officials are largely successful in their work to facilitate, protect, and evolve the voting process. Using original data gathered from state and local election officials and policymakers across the United States, Hale and Brown analyze innovations in voter registration, voting options, voter convenience, support for voting in languages other than English, the integrity of the voting process, and voting system technology. The result is a fascinating picture of how we vote now and will vote in the future.

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