Elizabeth’s newest audiobook, Ever Fallen in Love by Katie MacAlister, is now available for preorder at Audible. The audiobook will release on May 28th. This is Elizabeth’s first project for Tantor Audio; this summer she will be producing Abigail Reynolds’ Mr. Darcy’s Enchantment for Tantor as well.
One man and a baby was all it took….
When sexy, bad-to-the-bone Greek playboy Theo Papaioannou finds himself in possession of a son he didn’t know he had, he has to overcome a lifetime of bad choices, and become the father his son deserves…assuming he can figure out how to change a diaper. It’s just lucky that Kiera Taylor is there to help…or it would be if she wasn’t keeping some dangerous secrets from him.
Kiera is on the run from a violent man who has threatened her more than once. And although she knows she shouldn’t trust Theo’s handsome dark looks, or his winning smile, or the way he makes all her good intentions melt, she has no choice. For somehow, she’s fallen for him and his adorable baby. Desperate for a happy future with them, she makes a deal with the devil, one that risks everything – and everyone – she loves.
Elizabeth performs the role of Christine Linde in The Online Stage production of Henrik Ibsen’s classic drama A Doll’s House, now available at Audible!
A Doll’s House, published in 1879, was the earliest of Ibsen’s “social dramas”, and the first of his works to attract attention outside of Scandinavia. The central theme of the play is a woman’s right to individual self-development, and represents, as humourist Stephen Leacock observed of many Ibsen plays, “a profound problem stated but not solved”.
It’s new release day at Audible! Remedy and Ruins, the second book in the Faerie Apothecary Mystery series by Astoria Wright, is now available. Elizabeth has also narrated two other books in this series: the prequel Chaos in the Countryside, and Book 1, Herbs and Homicide. Both have been well-reviewed; a recent listener calls Herbs and Homicide “an imaginative mystery story that is suitable for pre-teens and older, interested in the magical and human worlds … Narration by Elizabeth Klett is very well done.”
Carissa Shea, the half-elf/half-human apothecary, has been through two harrowing events this year. With the October All Hallows Eve celebration coming up, her friends and family use the festivities as a way to lift her spirits. They’ve volunteered, along with several Moss Hill residents, to decorate the old ruins of Fairfield Castle as a haunted house, and they’ve elected Carissa to lead the decoration committee. Reluctantly, she accepts the position but regrets it immediately when a tragic accident occurs on the castle grounds. When foul play is suspected, fear threatens to cancel the celebrations. Can Carissa remedy the situation in time for the holiday?
Book 3 in the High Society Lady Detective series is now available at Audible: The Egyptian Antiquities Murder by Sara Rosett. Elizabeth also narrated the first two books in this 1920s British cozy mystery: Murder at Archly Manor and Murder at Blackburn Hall. The series just keeps getting better and better!
Secrets never die….
October, 1923. Lady detective Olive Belgrave has a new case. Lady Agnes doesn’t believe in curses – especially ancient curses – and she hires Olive to prove her uncle wasn’t the victim of a malevolent mummy. Olive investigates and discovers the truth is much worse – it’s murder. Can Olive debunk the curse and reveal the true culprit before the mummy curse claims another victim?
The Egyptian Antiquities Murder is the third book in the High Society Lady Detective series, a cozy historical series set in 1920s England. If you enjoy lighthearted novels reminiscent of the Golden Age of detective fiction with spirited protagonists and perplexing mysteries, you’ll love the High Society Lady Detective Series from USA Today best-seller Sara Rosett.