Audiobook Review: Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues (Mystic Bayou #2.5) by Molly Harper (Narrated: Amanda Ronconi & Jonathan Davis)

Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues Book Cover Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues
Mystic Bayou #2.5
Molly Harper (Narrated: Amanda Ronconi & Jonathan Davis)
Paranormal Romance
Audible Originals
June 06, 2019
Audiobook
3 hours and 3 minutes
Bought

 

A hilarious new standalone novella brimming with otherworldly charm from the reigning queen of paranormal romantic comedy Molly Harper!

Ingrid Asher is the newest resident of Mystic Bayou, a tiny town hidden in the swamp where shapeshifters, vampires, witches and dragons live alongside humans.

Ingrid doesn’t ask for much. The solitary tree nymph just wants to live a quiet life running her ice-cream shop in peace. Unfortunately, she can’t seem to shake her new neighbor, Rob Aspern, head of the League’s data science department and so good looking it just isn’t fair.

If there’s one thing Ingrid doesn’t need, it’s someone poking around in her business. But the more she gets to know the hunky mathematician, the more she finds herself letting her guard down. Can she trust him with her secrets, or will her past destroy everything? 

For more Mystic Bayou stories, check out the series—available in Audible Escape.

 

Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues is a short novella in the Mystic Bayou series by Molly Harper and narrated by Amanda Ronconi and Jonathan Davis.

Ingrid is our Tree Nymph. She’s felt the pull of the Rift and has finally deiced to head it’s call. She plans to raise cows and open a creamery. She’s leery of human males; because she was once hurt by one. 

Rob is a League scientist. He’s attracted and drawn to Ingrid, but he knows he needs to go slow. Yet his attempts at wooing Ingrid push her further away. 

It’s always fun to return to the Bayou. The focus was strictly on the budding relationship between Rob and Ingrid. We get very little on the Rift, other then the knowledge that the problem is rapidly growing. I liked learning about Ingrid’s backstory and that she’s a new type of paranormal. I also enjoyed her interactions with the different Mystic Bayou regulars. The romance is sweet and gentle 

I enjoyed listening to Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues. My only issue is that it was to short. I would’ve liked more. 

Audio: As with previous books in the series the story is shared in a dual narration with Amanda Ronconi and Jonathan Davis. Amanda reads Ingrid’s POV and Jonathan reads Rob’s POV. They both did a great job and they did well in the accents for each character. I liked Ingrid’s Norwegian accent the best. Overall I enjoyed the audio.

Rated: 3 Stars

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I'm an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, animal & book lover. I'm the owner, reviewer & mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy & my favorite shifters are dragons.

8 comments on “Audiobook Review: Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues (Mystic Bayou #2.5) by Molly Harper (Narrated: Amanda Ronconi & Jonathan Davis)

  1. Ingrid is such a fun character. I loved her and her ice cream!
    Jen recently posted…Tell Me Something Tuesday: October 27, 2020My Profile

    • Ingrid is a fun character and I got hungry for ice cream when I read about her creations. ^_^

  2. I’ve always wanted to read these but haven’t gotten to them yet.
    Anne – Books of My Heart recently posted…ICYMI: Slightly Spellbound by Kimberly FrostMy Profile

    • Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoy whenever you get to them. The audios are nice and your library might have them.

  3. I have had this series on my TBR for awhile! I need to bite the bullet!
    The Book Disciple recently posted…Blacklisted by Jay CrownoverMy Profile

    • It’s a cute series and something to pass the time. I’ve enjoyed the audios. Thank’s for visiting!

  4. A tree nymph is a different sort of paranormal. I need to get caught up on this series.
    Sophia Rose recently posted…Review: Radical by Colleen CowleyMy Profile

    • Yep, a tree nymph is different. Thank’s for visiting!

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