Can you believe November is already ending? And as the weather gets colder, now is the perfect time to curl up and listen to an audiobook. November has given us brand-new romances, fantasies, and everything in between!
Content warning: The Honey POP encourages mindful listening and checking the author’s website for any additional content warnings.
Hunt On Dark Waters By Katee Robert
Our first audiobook recommendation of the month is Katee Robert’s latest adult romantasy, Hunt on Dark Waters! This novel is the first of her new Crimson Sails series. It follows Evelyn, a curious and impulsive witch on the run who meets Bowen, a telekinetic pirate captain. And in classic Katee Roberts fashion, Hunt on Dark Waters is SPICY! Narrated from Evelyn and Bowen’s point of view, we welcome any chance to explore our main characters as they fall for each other.
Release date: November 7
Order Hunt on Dark Waters here!
Do Your Worst By Rosie Danan
We might need to rename this month’s Sweet Listens to Spicy Listens with this next recommendation. 🥵 Do Your Worst by Rosie Danan is another dual-POV romance about Riley, an expert on breaking curses, and Clark, a disgraced archaeologist. And although the two characters hit it off on their first meeting, their professional work puts them at odds with each other. They become enemies to enemies with benefits to lovers, and we’re here for it!
Release date: November 14
Order Do Your Worst here!
Didn’t See That Coming By Jesse Q. Sutanto
This one’s for all our girl gamers who have seen it all! Jesse Q. Sutanto’s latest YA novel, Didn’t See That Coming, follows Kiki, a girl who disguises herself as a guy online to avoid receiving hate and threats from other guys. Her online best friend, Sourdawg, doesn’t know her real identity. When Kiki transfers to an elite and conservative private school, she finds out Sourdawg goes there too. But how can she find him? And how can she reveal her secret once she starts falling for him? Buckle in for this November audiobook because there are a few plot twists!
Release date: November 28
Preorder Didn’t See That Coming here!
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