Elizabeth’s latest releases are Wild Moonlight and On a Wild Winter’s Night by Miriam Minger, the third and fourth installments in the O’Byrne Brides series. Elizabeth narrated the first and second books, Wild Angel and Wild Roses, back in 2014.
Niall O’Byrne’s long-awaited story is finally here in book three of The O’Byrne Brides Series, Wild Moonlight!
Promised in marriage to a brutal Norseman, Nora MacTorkil flees in terror the night before the wedding. The daughter of the richest merchant in Dublin, she knows she must hide – but where? In the moonlight, she makes a desperate run along the dock hoping to conceal herself aboard one of her father’s ships. Until Nora trips and tumbles into the River Liffey, her cry for help cut off as the dark water closes over her head…
Many drunken nights have passed and still, Niall O’Byrne cannot free himself from memories of the woman who betrayed him and broke his heart. The brother of Ireland’s most infamous rebel, he rode away from Glenmalure in a wild attempt to escape his misery and vowed to never love again. Yet a half-drowned damsel in distress moves Niall so fiercely that he’ll do anything to protect her from the beast who would claim her.
In this heart-warming novella, Triona wants everything to be perfect for her longed-for family reunion. Her beloved sister-in-law Maire and her Norman husband will be joining them in Glenmalure for Christmas! Yet it might take a miracle for her rebel husband Ronan O’Byrne and Lord Duncan FitzWilliam to get along peaceably together. It’s only for three days. What could go wrong?
“Miriam Minger is a master storyteller who illustrates the full gamut of emotions felt by her characters. Emotions so strong that you are pulled into the pages and into their lives.” (Inside Romance)
Elizabeth’s latest release is Magan Vernon’s Dirty Irish, the third and final book in the Murphy Brothers series, now available at Audible. Co-narrated with Richard Sawyer, this follows the other two books in this contemporary romance series: Straight Up Irish, and Irish on the Rocks.
My life has revolved around the two things I’ve always loved: whiskey and rugby. Now, the marriage clause in my Da’s will has me putting both on the back burner if I want to save the Murphy’s Pub empire and find a wife.
As the last brother to get married, I need a little help, and that’s where my sister-in-law’s American best friend, Leah, comes into the picture. She could use a little Irish luck after the deceitful things her ex did to her that brought her to Ireland. With her take-no-shite-attitude, she’s just the type of girl to help me find a wife. That is, if I can remember she’s the matchmaker and not the match.
Elizabeth’s newest release is Straight Up Irish, the first book in the Murphy Brothers series by Magan Vernon, produced by Bee Audio, and now available at Audible! Elizabeth shares narration on this contemporary romance with Richard Sawyer. They will be co-narrating the other two books in the series this fall.
A fake wedding between a billionaire and an executive assistant in need of financial help sounds like the perfect fix, but what happens when feelings get involved?
Elizabeth’s latest release is a collection of short stories: Dianne Ascroft’s Dancing Shadows, Tramping Hooves, produced for Findaway Voices. This audiobook is now available at Audible. Elizabeth previously narrated Ms. Ascroft’s creepy story An Unbidden Visitor, which has garnerd multiple 5-star reviews at Audible.
Dancing Shadows, Tramping Hooves is a collection of half a dozen short stories. Tales of outsiders who discover they belong, a humorous slice-of-life yarn, heartwarming love stories, and a tale of taming fear. The shadows are on the wall, in the heart and clouding a woman’s memories while tangible foes tramp through the physical landscape.
The stories were previously printed individually in a variety of publications, including Ireland’s Own magazine, Dead Ink Books’ website, and the writing collections Fermanagh Miscellany and Tuesdays at Charlie’s.
Elizabeth has several new releases to share with you this coming week, all of which are available at Audible. The first is An Unbidden Visitor by Dianne Ascroft, which you can find here. Elizabeth recorded this story for the new company Findaway Voices.
A short story inspired by Northern Ireland’s famous Cooneen ghost.
A tale of family, friends, and fear….
And the unnatural force that threatens to ruin everything….
March 1913: Struggling to make ends meet, widow Bridget Murphy finds life in rural Ireland difficult, raising six children while farming her small acreage. With the help of neighbors and friends, Bridget is able to cope with the many arduous tasks and chores required of her.
When an unnatural and terrifying force invades their house, threatening their family, Bridget is surprised to see so many backs turning on her. Fearing for themselves, those she once counted on for help and support will not risk their safety for her. Father Smyth, their priest, is the only one who stands alongside their family in the battle against the uninvited and fearsome poltergeist. But, prayers alone won’t run the farm. Will Bridget find a way to save her home and her family before there’s nowhere left to turn?