Audiobooks Narrated by Lee Daniels

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  1. The Silence of Scheherazade Audiobook The Silence of Scheherazade
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  2. Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want Audiobook Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want
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  3. Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food Audiobook Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food
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  4. A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders Audiobook A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders
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  5. Such a Quiet Place Audiobook Such a Quiet Place
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  6. 1979 Audiobook 1979
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  7. The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal Audiobook The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal
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  8. Land of Big Numbers Audiobook Land of Big Numbers
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  9. Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose Audiobook Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose
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  10. What We Find Audiobook What We Find
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Sentimental Journey: The Cabin of Love & Magic Audiobook

Sentimental Journey: The Cabin of Love & Magic

Author: Joanne Pence Narrator: Lee Daniels Release Date: March 2021

Three ghosts. A remote cabin in Idaho. Now, a romance-avoiding loner and her mysterious lodger need to learn the secrets behind the ghosts ... and the cabin. Julia Perrin runs a bed and breakfast that tends to have a strange clientele--people hoping to find true love. She's the eldest of three sisters who have inherited the cabin along with its ghosts--ghosts who are rumored to be 'matchmakers.' Of course, Julia knows the legend is nonsense, and believes love is highly overrated. She's never been in love and never wants to be, but she needs money, so if people want to spend a night or two at the cabin thinking they might find love, she's fine with it. But then a handsome French wildlife biologist takes a room at the cabin. Jean-Philippe Fontaine is supposedly staying at the cabin because of its proximity to a remote Idaho forest where some rare falcons are being illegally trapped. But his real reason for being there has to do with the cabin's ghosts. He has no interest in them as ghosts--what nonsense--or in their nonsensical matchmaking. He's interested in their background, and wonders if it doesn't intersect with his own family's mysterious history. As a result, Julia and Jean-Philippe find that there's a lot more to the cabin's ghosts--and each other--than either of them ever expected. The complete trilogy is now available! Grab it today! If I Loved You (#1) This Can't be Love (#2) Sentimental Journey (#3)

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If I Loved You: The Cabin of Love & Magic Audiobook

If I Loved You: The Cabin of Love & Magic

Author: Joanne Pence Narrator: Lee Daniels Release Date: February 2021

Legend has it that the cabin is haunted, that its ghosts are matchmakers… but if the couple “matched” don’t agree, the two are doomed to never find true love. Carly Fullerton cares nothing about ghosts, dire legends, or true love. All she wants is peace and quiet in her cabin. She has no idea her sister has decided to turn the cabin into a vacation rental and has already rented it to Alex Townson, divorced, bitter, and not wanting anyone or anything to get in the way of fulfilling a torturous commitment.  With both disturbing the other’s plans, it’s a “hate at first sight” situation. Will the cabin’s ghosts have met their match with these two non-lovebirds? What schemes will the ghosts concoct as they try to bring a little love and magic to two broken people? Find out why Joanne Pence’s books are much loved with this heartwarming and “ghostly” romantic trilogy, beginning with If I Loved You. Praise for Joanne Pence’s romances: “There are a lot of books in this genre that tell heart-warming stories about love … but not many that tell it in such a way that it makes you feel the sadness and the joy along with the characters.” “I really enjoyed this book and find the only negative thing I can say is that it ended. … I'm off to look for more books from Ms. Pence.” “I wanted to thank Ms Pence by writing this review before going back to my real life … the characters made me feel for them, and for me that's what good fiction is all about.” “…she weaves a tale with flesh-and-blood characters, a plot that locks into place and a setting nostalgic yet real.” “Once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down until I was finished it.”

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The Midwife and the Money (Oak Creek Book 3) Audiobook

The Midwife and the Money (Oak Creek Book 3)

Author: Lainey Davis Narrator: Lee Daniels Release Date: June 2020

Meet the Crawfords: Brilliant in business, lousy at love. Archer Crawford feels like a goof in a family of overachievers. Sure, he’s a successful accountant, but he’s the only accountant in the small town of Oak Creek. He’s also the guy women turn to when they’re looking for something temporary. Like Opal Whittaker, the local midwife. Opal had an itch and thought Archer was just the man to scratch it. No strings. No expectations. Just knocking boots. Only problem? She can’t get the level-headed accountant out of her head. He was just supposed to take her mind off things for a little while. So why can't she stop thinking about him? Archer is sick of being the Crawford who makes questionable decisions. He wants people to expect more from him and he’s not going to let a rendezvous with a skunk or a grouchy cat get in the way of him winning Opal’s heart. Will she ever think of him as anything more than a fling? Cascade is the third book of the Oak Creek series. If you like small-town characters, a family who won't butt out, and scorching hot love scenes, then you’ll devour this laugh-out-loud romance by Lainey Davis. Buy it today and fall in love with Oak Creek. (Please note: the ebook and paperback were re-titled The Midwife and the Money)

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The Botanist and the Billionaire (Oak Creek Book 2) Audiobook

The Botanist and the Billionaire (Oak Creek Book 2)

Author: Lainey Davis Narrator: Lee Daniels Release Date: May 2020

Meet the Crawfords: Brilliant in business, lousy at love. Diana Crawford has been burned by men before. This brooding botanist shuts herself up in her lab and vows never to open her heart again. Asa Wexler is a billionaire. He can buy anything he wants...except the trust of the woman who has bewitched him. Asa rolls into the small town of Oak Creek on business and takes a shovel full of snow to the face. Not even the icy shock can cool his jets, and when Diana refuses his offer of financial help, he just wants her even more. Can Diana overcome her past and learn to love again? Will Asa succeed in his quest to win her heart? Tributary is the second book of the Oak Creek series. If you like small-town characters, a family who won't butt out, and scorching hot love scenes, then you’ll devour this laugh-out-loud romance by Lainey Davis. Buy it today and fall in love with Oak Creek. (Note: The ebook and paperback version of this book have been retitled The Botanist and the Billionaire)

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The Butler: A Witness to History Audiobook

The Butler: A Witness to History

Author: Wil Haygood Narrator: David Oyelowo, Forest Whitaker, Lee Daniels, Oprah Winfrey Release Date: July 2013

With a foreword by Lee Daniels A mesmerizing inquiry into the life of Eugene Allen, the butler who ignited a nation's sympathy and inspired a major motion picture directed by Oscar nominee Lee Daniels, The Butler, which stars Oprah Winfrey and eight Oscar winners (including Forest Whitaker, Vanessa Redgrave, Robin Williams, Cuba Gooding Jr., and Jane Fonda), and is already being hailed as epic and buzz-worthy. Coming this fall from The Weinstein Company. Acclaimed Washington Post reporter Wil Haygood had an early hunch that Obama would win the 2008 election and when he did he wanted to publish an article about a black person who had worked in the White House as a servant, someone who had come of age when segregation was so widespread, so embedded in the culture as to make the very thought of a Black president inconceivable. He struck gold when he tracked down Eugene Allen, a butler who had served no less than eight presidents, from Harry Truman to Ronald Reagan—and in so doing became "a discreet stage hand who for three decades helped keep the show running in the most important political theatre of all." While serving tea and supervising buffets, Allen was also a witness to history as decisions about America's most momentous events were being made. Here he is at the White House while Kennedy contemplates a moon landing; here he is again when Kennedy's widow returns from that fateful day in Dallas. Here he is when Johnson and his cabinet debate Vietnam and here he is again when Ronald Reagan finally got tough on apartheid. Perhaps hitting closest to home was the Civil Rights legislation that was developed, often with passions flaring, right in front of his eyes even as his own community of neighbors, friends and family were contending with Jim Crow America.

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