Audiobooks Narrated by Jennifer Woodward

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Wrapped Up for Christmas Audiobook

Wrapped Up for Christmas

Author: Katlyn Duncan Narrator: Jennifer Woodward Release Date: December 2019

'Magical in every way!' 5 stars, Amazon reviewer It's the most wonderful time of the year... but not for Angie Martinelli... Having lost her boyfriend, job, and apartment all in the space of a week, Angie has no choice but to leave California and return to her family in New England.   Determined not to let life weigh her down, Angie finds work at the local mall where she worked as a teenager. After an embarrassing run-in with a handsome stranger, Nick, she's convinced her luck is about to change.   But Nick has secrets of his own...  and as the first flakes of snow begin to fall, Angie can't help but wonder if she'll ever find love. Readers LOVE Wrapped Up for Christmas! 'Fabulously entertaining, brimming with festive kindness and spirit' 5 stars, NetGalley reviewer 'A wonderful pick me up and make me happy read, this is a wonderful story about second chances' 5 stars, NetGalley reviewer 'This is a wonderful sit-by-the-fire holiday read that can be enjoyed any time of year.' 5 stars, NetGalley reviewer 'I was hooked from the first few pages. This was a real feel good read.' 5 stars, NetGalley reviewer 'Full of Christmas spirit... it played like a movie in my mind' 5 stars, Netgalley reviewer 'Definitely a holiday read recommendation' 5 Stars, Amazon reviewer 'A festive beauty... it wrapped me up in a great big festive hug' 5 Stars, Amazon reviewer 'The perfect Christmas read' 5 Stars, Amazon reviewer

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Villa America: A Novel Audiobook

Villa America: A Novel

Author: Liza Klaussmann Narrator: Jennifer Woodward Release Date: August 2015

A dazzling novel set in the French Riviera based on the real-life inspirations for F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tender is The Night. When Sara Wiborg and Gerald Murphy met and married, they set forth to create a beautiful world together-one that they couldn't find within the confines of society life in New York City. They packed up their children and moved to the South of France, where they immediately fell in with a group of expats, including Hemingway, Picasso, and Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald. On the coast of Antibes they built Villa America, a fragrant paradise where they invented summer on the Riviera for a group of bohemian artists and writers who became deeply entwined in each other's affairs. There, in their oasis by the sea, the Murphys regaled their guests and their children with flamboyant beach parties, fiery debates over the newest ideas, and dinners beneath the stars. It was, for a while, a charmed life, but these were people who kept secrets, and who beneath the sparkling veneer were heartbreakingly human. When a tragic accident brings Owen, a young American aviator who fought in the Great War, to the south of France, he finds himself drawn into this flamboyant circle, and the Murphys find their world irrevocably, unexpectedly transformed. A handsome, private man, Owen intrigues and unsettles the Murphys, testing the strength of their union and encouraging a hidden side of Gerald to emerge. Suddenly a life in which everything has been considered and exquisitely planned becomes volatile, its safeties breached, the stakes incalculably high. Nothing will remain as it once was. Liza Klaussman expertly evokes the 1920s cultural scene of the so-called "Lost Generation." Ravishing and affecting, and written with infinite tenderness, VILLA AMERICA is at once the poignant story of a marriage and of a golden age that could not last.

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Villa America Audiobook

Villa America

Author: Liza Klaussmann Narrator: Jennifer Woodward Release Date: April 2015

Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, Pablo Picasso, Cole and Linda Porter, Ernest Hemingway, John Dos Passos - all are summer guests of Gerald and Sara Murphy. Visionary, misunderstood, and from vastly different backgrounds, the Murphys met and married young, and set forth to create a beautiful world. They alight on Villa America: their coastal oasis of artistic genius, debauched parties, impeccable style and flamboyant imagination. But before long, a stranger enters into their relationship, and their marriage must accommodate an intensity that neither had forseen. When tragedy strikes, their friends reach out to them, but the golden bowl is shattered, and neither Gerald nor Sara will ever be the same. Ravishing, heart-breaking, and written with enviable poise, Villa America delivers on all the promise of Klaussmann's bestselling debut. It is an overwhelming, unforgettable novel.

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Treacherous Audiobook

Treacherous

Author: Barbara Taylor Bradford Narrator: Jennifer Woodward Release Date: July 2019

SHORT-LENGTH NOVELLA exclusive on EBOOK and AUDIO only. Secrets, lies and betrayal collide in the gripping new novella from the incomparable Barbara Taylor Bradford. What would you do if you discovered that your best friend could be your worst enemy? Hayley Martin and Fiona Chambers have been best friends since they were ten. From the moment that beautiful Fiona stood up to the school bullies for Hayley, the misfit, the two have been inseparable. Twenty years on, they still share everything, and even run their own business together. Until a dark secret threatens to test their loyalty to breaking point...Is anyone really who they appear to be?

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Touchy Subjects: Stories Audiobook

Touchy Subjects: Stories

Author: Emma Donoghue Narrator: Caroline Lennon, Daniel Coonan, Jennifer Woodward, John Cormack, Maggie Mash Release Date: March 2016

In this sparkling collection of nineteen stories, the bestselling author of Slammerkin returns to contemporary affairs, exposing the private dilemmas that result from some of our most public controversies. A man finds God and finally wants to father a child-only his wife is now forty-two years old. A coach's son discovers his sexuality on the football field. A roommate's bizarre secret liberates a repressed young woman. From the unforeseen consequences of a polite social lie to the turmoil caused by the hair on a woman's chin, Donoghue dramatizes the seemingly small acts upon which our lives often turn. Many of these stories involve animals and what they mean to us, or babies and whether to have them; some replay biblical plots in modern contexts. With characters old, young, straight, gay, and simply confused, Donoghue dazzles with her range and her ability to touch lightly but delve deeply into the human condition.

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Touchy Subjects Audiobook

Touchy Subjects

Touchy Subjects is about things that make people wince: taboos, controversies, secrets and lies. Some of the events that characters crash into are grand, tragic ones: miscarriage, overdose, missing persons. Other topics, like religion and money, are not inherently taboo, but they can cause acute discomfort because people disagree so vehemently. These stories are about the spectrum of feeling that runs from awkwardness through embarrassment to shame.

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To Tame a Sheikh Audiobook

To Tame a Sheikh

Author: Olivia Gates Narrator: Jennifer Woodward Release Date: February 2012

He'd noticed her across a crowded room, and in that instant Sheikh Shaheen wanted her. With just a few words, Shaheen had his mystery woman in his bed, where she awakened passions he'd long denied. Then the sheikh discovered his lover's true identity. She was Johara, his childhood friend, now fully blossomed into a vision he could not do without. But his lineage demanded he take a wife of the throne's choosing. Anything else would have catastrophic results.

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To Tame a Sheikh Audiobook

To Tame a Sheikh

Author: Olivia Gates Narrator: Jennifer Woodmard, Jennifer Woodward Release Date: July 2012

He'd noticed her across a crowded room, and in that instant Sheikh Shaheen Aal Shalaan wanted her. With just a few words, Shaheen had his mystery woman in his bed, where she awakened passions he'd long denied. Then the sheikh discovered his lover's true identity. She was Johara, his childhood friend, now fully blossomed into a vision he could not do without. But his lineage demanded he take a wife of the throne's choosing. Anything else would have catastrophic results. Yet how could he turn away from the woman who carried his baby?

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To Kill the President: The most explosive thriller of the year Audiobook

To Kill the President: The most explosive thriller of the year

Author: Sam Bourne Narrator: Jennifer Woodward Release Date: July 2017

Maggie Costello uncovers an assassination plot to kill the tyrannical new president. A blockbuster thriller from No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author Sam Bourne. The unthinkable has happened... The United States has elected a volatile demagogue as president, backed by his ruthless chief strategist, Crawford 'Mac' McNamara. When a war of words with the North Korean regime spirals out of control and the President comes perilously close to launching a nuclear attack, it's clear someone has to act, or the world will be reduced to ashes. Soon Maggie Costello, a seasoned Washington operator and stubbornly principled, discovers an inside plot to kill the President - and faces the ultimate moral dilemma. Should she save the President and leave the free world at the mercy of an increasingly crazed would-be tyrant - or commit treason against her Commander in Chief and risk plunging the country into a civil war?

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The Slow Moon Climbs: The Science, History, and Meaning of Menopause Audiobook

The Slow Moon Climbs: The Science, History, and Meaning of Menopause

Author: Susan Mattern Narrator: Jennifer Woodward Release Date: October 2019

The first comprehensive look at menopause from prehistory to today Are the ways we look at menopause all wrong? Historian Susan Mattern says yes, and The Slow Moon Climbs reveals just how wrong we have been. Taking readers from the rainforests of Paraguay to the streets of Tokyo, Mattern draws on historical, scientific, and cultural research to reveal how our perceptions of menopause developed from prehistory to today. For most of human history, people had no word for menopause and did not view it as a medical condition. Rather, in traditional foraging and agrarian societies, it was a transition to another important life stage. This book, then, introduces new ways of understanding life beyond fertility. Mattern examines the fascinating 'Grandmother Hypothesis'-which argues for the importance of elders in the rearing of future generations-as well as other evolutionary theories that have generated surprising insights about menopause and the place of older people in society. She looks at agricultural communities where households relied on postreproductive women for the family's survival. And she explores the emergence of menopause as a medical condition in the Western world. It was only around 1700 that people began to see menopause as a dangerous pathological disorder linked to upsetting symptoms that rendered women weak and vulnerable. Mattern argues that menopause was another syndrome, like hysterical suffocation or melancholia, that emerged or reemerged in early modern Europe in tandem with the rise of a professional medical class. The Slow Moon Climbs casts menopause, at last, in the positive light it deserves-not only as an essential life stage, but also as a key factor in the history of human flourishing.

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The Princess Test Audiobook

The Princess Test

Author: Shirley Jump, Shirley Kawa Jump Narrator: Jennifer Woodward Release Date: November 2012

Will the real princess please stand up? Carlita Santaro has never felt like a "proper" princess, and she's finally escaped the palace for the small town of Winter Haven. Daniel is an award-winning journalist, but now, as a single dad, he's working on a gossip show-better hours but rock-bottom morals. His boss orders Daniel to test suspiciously down-to-earth Carlita-is she really royal, or just posing as a princess? Carlita captivates Daniel, but soon he'll have to choose: Should he follow the headlines, or his heart?

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The Princess Test Audiobook

The Princess Test

Author: Shirley Jump Narrator: Jennifer Woodward Release Date: August 2012

Pure Princess or a Right Royal Scandal? "Carlita Santaro, youngest of the royal Uccelli family, has escaped the palace and come to our very own small town! Tune in tomorrow for an intimate portrait of the mysterious Carlita - she's stunning, but is she a real blue blood, or just a bad liar? Find out as top reporter Daniel Reynolds (who seems to have a sweet spot for our Princess) puts Carlita through a gruelling 'Princess Test'. We're sure viewers will join us in asking - will the real Princess please stand up?"

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