#XmasAudio 4

It’s that time again! Today’s audiobook prize as part of XmasAudio’s month of daily audiobook prizes is…

The Rogue by Claire Delacroix audio edition

The Rogue is the first book of my Rogues of Ravensmuir series of medieval Scottish romances, and our first introduction to the families at Ravensmuir and Kinfairlie. This audiobook is narrated by Ashley Klanac.

Booktalk with Eileen said this about the audiobook production:
“I was entirely enraptured with Claire Delacroix’s spellbinding gothic medieval romance between Merlyn and Ysabella. Ashley Klanac’s voice with its fiery portrayal of Ysabella sharpened the enjoyment of an already remarkable sensual story, taking me beyond myself and thrusting me into the castle of Ravensmuir with its secrets and dark, damp passages hidden within its walls and floor.

This is one of those stories which I shall happily read or listen to again. The descriptive detailed scenes, the conspiracy within, and eloquently phrased dialogue with wonderful dialect and thought put me in awe of the author and this production. She has entranced me.”

Read an interview with narrator Ashley Klanac.

The Rogue in audio is available at Amazon, Audible and Apple.

For your chance to win, add a comment to this post explaining why you like audiobooks – or why you’d like to try one. Only those who have not already won an audiobook from me this year are eligible to win. As always, if and when you win an audiobook, it’s lovely for you to leave a review. 🙂

There are four prizes, one for each of four days, so we’ll pick and post winners on Tuesday. There will be another audiobook giveaway posted then.

Good luck!

13 thoughts on “#XmasAudio 4

  1. Hi, I’m new to Audiobook, in fact I’m listening to my second one and loving it. After a full day at work where I’m using my eyes all the time, the eye strain is just incredible, so sitting back and just listening is absolutely wonderful. So that is why I’d love to win one of yours.

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  2. I love audio books, because they let me read when my hands are otherwise occupied. I mostly listen while I’m on the computer and while I do things around the house.

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  3. I listen to audio books during my long ride to work and back plus listen to them at work. It is amazing how listening to them relieves my stress. Would love to listen to this one. Thanks for the chance

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