Our Curated List of the Best Romantic Audiobooks Will Have You Falling In Love with Audiobooks All Over Again!

Are you looking for the perfect romance audiobook to listen to this Valentine's Day? Whether it’s a classic love story or something more modern and edgy, we've hand crafted this curated list of some of the best romance audiobooks out there. From historical romance to contemporary fiction, these books are sure to set your heart racing and make this Valentine's Day one that you won't forget. So cuddle up with your partner (or yourself) and get ready for a romantic journey through these amazing romance audiobooks.

Total Audiobooks in this Category:

55,412 audiobooks

Total Authors in this Category:

58,110 authors

Average Audiobook Length:

8.52 hours

Average Audiobook Rating:

3.77/5

Audiobooks in the Top 50:

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It Ends with Us Audiobook, by Colleen Hoover

Author: Colleen Hoover

Narrator: Olivia Song

Audio Length: @1x speed 11.25 hours
@1.5x speed 7.50 hours
@2x speed 5.63 hours

Overall Rating: 4.25 out of 54.25 out of 54.25 out of 54.25 out of 54.25 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 4.454545 out of 54.454545 out of 54.454545 out of 54.454545 out of 54.454545 out of 5

Story Rating: 4.272727 out of 54.272727 out of 54.272727 out of 54.272727 out of 54.272727 out of 5

It Ends with Us Audiobook

It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover initially follows a love story that quickly takes a dark, dangerous turn. The story is told from the perspective of Lily Bloom, and entails her intense attraction for Ryle Kincaid, a neurosurgeon who, at first, doesn’t care for more than a one-night stand with Lily as he is too focused on his career for a relationship. However, he gives in to his love for Lily and the couple begins a relationship together. Lily quickly learns that their relationship is becoming a mirror of the abusive relationship between her father and mother. Her father, who died at the beginning of the story, abused Lily’s mother throughout her entire childhood.

The novel primarily focuses on the theme of breaking the cycle of abuse. The motif and mirror of the two abusive relationships are foreshadowed when Lily first meets Ryle, and he is in a fit of rage, kicking a chair. It reminds her of her abusive father. Lily makes the connection again later when Ryle hurts her during their relationship. However, Lily struggles to come to terms with the fact that the people who love us most can still hurt us. Although, Hoover clarifies that this is not true love. It isn’t until she falls pregnant with Ryle’s child that she recognises she needs to step away from the relationship and raise her child away from an abusive environment. Breaking generational cycles of trauma is a popular topic of conversation amongst millennials and generation Z today, who have recognized the trauma and abuse cycles of previous generations and have taken responsibility to heal. There has been a rise in mental health acceptance amongst younger generations, and many seek therapy. Social media and influencers have even been notorious for spreading resources and places people can seek help.

It Ends with Us begins as a love story, but soon becomes an examination of what love is and isn’t. The understanding and empathy Hoover evokes for abusive survivors is done so sensitively, without judgement. The story highlights a powerful message about the importance of making hard decisions and the courage we must find within ourselves to face such choices. I suspect many will resonate with this story and the characters.

{ "I really enjoyed It Ends with Us. Hoover does a fantastic job of telling a complicated story in a way that's easy to follow. The characters are well-developed and believable, and I found myself feeling invested in their story. The audiobook is narrated by Olivia Song and she does an amazing job of bringing the characters to life. Overall, I would highly recommend this audiobook to anyone looking for an emotionally charged read." Kris R. (5 out of 5 stars) }

“It Ends with Us, is a twisted story of life, love and sadly, reality for many people. It tells the story of Lilly, who has witnessed her father abuse her mother her entire life and then, the abuse she endures at the hands of her husband, Ryle. First off, who names main characters Ryle and Atlas? The story takes readers through the highs of real love and the lows of domestic abuse and rape. I found myself wondering who would return to that? And also, why would you allow your child to be alone with that monster? But sadly, this is really for lots of people. The story seemed a little contrived with handsome neurosurgeon, successful chef, successful business, but, all in all, I thought the author made some valid points about why people stay in abusive relationships.”

— Julie
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo Audiobook, by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Author: Taylor Jenkins Reid

Narrator: Alma Cuervo, Robin Miles, Julia Whelan

Audio Length: @1x speed 12.25 hours
@1.5x speed 8.17 hours
@2x speed 6.13 hours

Overall Rating: 4.45 out of 54.45 out of 54.45 out of 54.45 out of 54.45 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 4.6 out of 54.6 out of 54.6 out of 54.6 out of 54.6 out of 5

Story Rating: 4.3 out of 54.3 out of 54.3 out of 54.3 out of 54.3 out of 5

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo Audiobook

“Riveting, heart-wrenching, and full of Old Hollywood glamour, The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is one of the most captivating reads of 2017.” –BuzzFeed

“The epic adventures Evelyn creates over the course of a lifetime will leave every reader mesmerized. This wildly addictive journey of a reclusive Hollywood starlet and her tumultuous Tinseltown journey comes with unexpected twists and the most satisfying of drama.” —PopSugar

From the author of Daisy Jones & The Six—an entrancing novel “that speaks to the Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor in us all” (Kirkus Reviews), in which a legendary film actress reflects on her relentless rise to the top and the risks she took, the loves she lost, and the long-held secrets the public could never imagine.

Aging and reclusive Hollywood movie icon Evelyn Hugo is finally ready to tell the truth about her glamorous and scandalous life. But when she chooses unknown magazine reporter Monique Grant for the job, no one is more astounded than Monique herself. Why her? Why now?

Monique is not exactly on top of the world. Her husband has left her, and her professional life is going nowhere. Regardless of why Evelyn has selected her to write her biography, Monique is determined to use this opportunity to jumpstart her career.

Summoned to Evelyn’s luxurious apartment, Monique listens in fascination as the actress tells her story. From making her way to Los Angeles in the 1950s to her decision to leave show business in the ‘80s, and, of course, the seven husbands along the way, Evelyn unspools a tale of ruthless ambition, unexpected friendship, and a great forbidden love. Monique begins to feel a very real connection to the legendary star, but as Evelyn’s story near its conclusion, it becomes clear that her life intersects with Monique’s own in tragic and irreversible ways.

“Heartbreaking, yet beautiful” (Jamie Blynn, Us Weekly), The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is “Tinseltown drama at its finest” (Redbook): a mesmerizing journey through the splendor of old Hollywood into the harsh realities of the present day as two women struggle with what it means—and what it costs—to face the truth.

“There story unfolds with a great balance of colorful dialog, character development, believable scenarios and unexpected turns and twists. I really enjoyed this book.”

— Molly
Outlander Audiobook, by Diana Gabaldon

Author: Diana Gabaldon

Narrator: Davina Porter

Audio Length: @1x speed 32.75 hours
@1.5x speed 21.83 hours
@2x speed 16.38 hours

Overall Rating: 4.763636 out of 54.763636 out of 54.763636 out of 54.763636 out of 54.763636 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 4.84 out of 54.84 out of 54.84 out of 54.84 out of 54.84 out of 5

Story Rating: 4.76 out of 54.76 out of 54.76 out of 54.76 out of 54.76 out of 5

Outlander Audiobook

They were odd circumstances, the ones that brought Claire Beauchamp and James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser together. She was married, a World War II army nurse, and at that, they were supposed to be on their second honeymoon. Sure, her husband Frank's history wasn't something that particularly interested Claire, but this was not supposed to be a trip for kindling a new romance...until strange things began to happen.

The men, the ones that found her in the field...they seem to think that her nightie is, well, a state of undress, and what's more, they're running from the English. It's only when she meets James that she realizes the truth: she's gone back in time, and the year is now 1743. She's taken to a high court and questioned: Who is she? Where does she come from?

Fortunately for Claire, although she's an 'outlander', someone ignorant of Scottish history, and a dreaded Englishwoman at that, she's a gifted healer. She's able to earn the trust of some of the villagers, and with them comes James, a dashing young man who Claire talks out of a wedding...but it appears her feelings are more than just general helpfulness.

As the book goes on, the questions grow: Will she be able to return home? What of her husband? And who is this mysterious stranger? Claire wonders, will she ever see Frank again? And more than that...if she doesn't, does she care?

Diana Gabaldon was born in Arizona on January 11, 1952. Daughter of Mexican-American and English parents, she took examples from both backgrounds when creating her books. She is most known for her outlander series, a series of romantic fiction books set in the 1700s. She also did a stint as a full time researcher on environmental studies at Arizona State University, and also taught classes at the same time. She is currently married to her husband, Doug, and they have had three children together.

“Reading books are wonderful. But listening to them are fantastic! Outlander is a book that I will be listening to for the rest of my life! Davina Porter is wonderful with all the accents. She does the Gealic perfect. and she has the type of voice that doesn't matter if she does male or female. I can't wait to listen to the next book in the series! Diana Gabaldon is one of the best writers out there. The history and how she brings it to life is amazing.”

— Cindy Emery
Fifty Shades of Grey: Book One of the Fifty Shades Trilogy Audiobook, by E. L. James

Author: E. L. James

Narrator: Becca Battoe

Audio Length: @1x speed 19.75 hours
@1.5x speed 13.17 hours
@2x speed 9.88 hours

Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 3.363636 out of 53.363636 out of 53.363636 out of 53.363636 out of 53.363636 out of 5

Story Rating: 3.90909 out of 53.90909 out of 53.90909 out of 53.90909 out of 53.90909 out of 5

Fifty Shades of Grey: Book One of the Fifty Shades Trilogy Audiobook

Fifty Shades of Grey is the new sensation following in the footsteps of the Twilight and Harry Potter series. Statistics show that, at least in the UK, the Fifty Shades series has outsold the Harry Potter series even though Harry Potter still leads when it comes to international sales. Fifty Shades of Grey began as fan fiction; its original characters were Bella Swan and Edward Cullen from the Twilight series. The author, E. L. James, took these characters and rewrote the story as one that had no supernatural aspect but that contained elements of BDSM—bondage/discipline, domination/submission and sadism/masochism.

Fifty Shades of Grey might have begun as fan fiction but it wasn't long before it took on a life of its own and E. L. James renamed the characters Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey. Anastasia or Ana is an inexperienced young college student who meets billionaire Christian who is only 27 years old. The two are immediately attracted to each other but Christian has issues with intimacy and a predilection for kinky sex. The book is the story of how Ana learns to enjoy sex with Christian but, at the same time, also reforms him, forcing him to accept his intimacy issues.

In some ways, Fifty Shades of Grey is a typical romance where an inexperienced young girl is swept off her feet by a successful man. She must come to terms with her sexual awakening and, at the same time, bring him to emotional maturity. The only difference between this book and a lot of romance novels out there is that it involves BDSM and contracts are signed between the two protagonists about how their intimate relationship will work. Overall, Fifty Shades of Grey is readable, entertaining, titillating and just a tiny bit shocking.

E.L. James is the pseudonym for British writer Erika Leonard who studied History and then worked as a studio manager’s assistant. She started writing Fifty Shades of Grey under the pseudonym Snowqueens Icedragon and was as surprised as anyone else when it became a huge success, its fame spreading on social medial websites and by word of mouth. She also wrote two sequels, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed.

Download the Fifty Shades of Grey audiobook from The Audiobook Store for an erotic audio experience. You’ll soon get hooked and want to download the sequels as well.

“I really enjoyed this book and after finishing it I couldn't wait to download the 2nd book. I got hooked from the beginning and not just because of the steamy sex! Of course there is plenty of that though. I'm in the middle of the 2nd book now and will definitely be getting the 3rd one.”

— Sandra M
Pride and Prejudice Audiobook, by Jane Austen

Author: Jane Austen

Narrator: Carolyn Seymour

Audio Length: @1x speed 11.50 hours
@1.5x speed 7.67 hours
@2x speed 5.75 hours

Overall Rating: 4.440217 out of 54.440217 out of 54.440217 out of 54.440217 out of 54.440217 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

Story Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

Pride and Prejudice Audiobook

The provincial Bennet family, home to five unmarried daughters, is turned upside down when a wealthy bachelor takes up a house nearby.

Mr. Bingley enhances his instant popularity by hosting a ball and taking an interest in the eldest Bennet daughter, Jane. Meanwhile, Mr. Darcy, Bingley's even wealthier friend, makes himself equally unpopular by his aloof disdain of country manners. Yet he is drawn in spite of himself to the spirited and intelligent Elizabeth Bennet, who proves to be his match in both wit and pride. Their sparkling repartee is a splendid performance of civilized sparring infused with unacknowledged romantic tension.

Pride and Prejudice delightfully captures the affectations and rivalries of class-conscious English families in an age when status and security for women hung entirely on matrimonial ambitions. Austen's characters dance a delicate quadrille of flirtation and intrigue, making this book the most superb comedy of manners of Regency England.

It is also the source of some of the most memorable characters ever written, from the fatuous Mr. Collins, whose proposal to Elizabeth is one of the finest comic passages in English literature, to the beloved heroine Elizabeth, whom the author herself deemed "as delightful a creature as ever appeared in print."

“There is no romance in the 20th century, movie or book, that does not reference Austin. And out of those references of romance 8 out 10 times it is THIS book. There is no sex, no making out, not even a kiss, but girls sigh when Mr. Darcy asks if there is anyway she would consider him. True romance has very little to with sex, and any guy wants to learn the pitfalls to a girls heart here is a how to manual.”

— Marleahh
The Guardian Audiobook, by Nicholas Sparks

Author: Nicholas Sparks

Narrator: Isabel Keating

Audio Length: @1x speed 12.25 hours
@1.5x speed 8.17 hours
@2x speed 6.13 hours

Overall Rating: 4.414634 out of 54.414634 out of 54.414634 out of 54.414634 out of 54.414634 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 4.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 5

Story Rating: 4.75 out of 54.75 out of 54.75 out of 54.75 out of 54.75 out of 5

The Guardian Audiobook

Julie Barenson’s young husband left her two unexpected gifts before he died—a Great Dane puppy named Singer and the promise that he would always be watching over her. Now four years have passed. Still living in the small town of Swansboro, North Carolina, twenty-nine-year-old Julie is emotionally ready to make a commitment to someone again. But who? Should it be Richard Franklin, the handsome, sophisticated engineer who treats her like a queen or Mike Harris, the down-to-earth nice guy who was her husband’s best friend? Choosing one of them should bring her more happiness than she’s had in years. Instead, Julie is soon fighting for her life in a nightmare spawned by a chilling deception and jealousy so poisonous that it has become a murderous desire.

“This was both a thriller and a love story. It was sweet and scary and sad-as a lot of his books go-but this one was more suspenseful. The characters (there were many) were intriguing-specifically one whom I won't name. heeheehee you'll just have to read it and find out ;)”

— Taylor
Bared to You: A Crossfire Novel Audiobook, by Sylvia Day

Author: Sylvia Day

Narrator: Jill Redfield

Audio Length: @1x speed 11.50 hours
@1.5x speed 7.67 hours
@2x speed 5.75 hours

Overall Rating: 4.043478 out of 54.043478 out of 54.043478 out of 54.043478 out of 54.043478 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 4.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 5

Story Rating: 4.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 5

Bared to You: A Crossfire Novel Audiobook

Bared to You, a romance audiobook by Sylvia Day, has been compared to both Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey. However, most critics agree that the tight, evocative writing of Bared to You is superior. In the scene where the heroine first sees the hero, Day writes, "As he stared back, he altered...as if a shield slid away from his eyes, revealing a scorching force of will that sucked the air from my lungs. The intense magnetism he exuded grew in strength, becoming a near tangible impression of vibrant and unrelenting power." Day's prose is almost poetic and sucks you in, just as her hunky hero sucks the heroine in.

Eva is a 24-year-old who is determined to make it on her own even though she comes from a rich family. She starts working at an entry level job in an advertising agency and meets the head of the agency, Gideon, who is 28 and already a billionaire. So we have a naïve, inexperienced girl meeting a man of the world—a scenario that seems to resemble the plotline of Fifty Shades of Grey. But this is where the similarities end.

As the book progresses, we learn that both Eva and Gideon have a history of abuse. As they learn more about each other, they must reveal things about themselves that they would rather lock away forever. Their physical chemistry is immediate and the sex is amazing, even cathartic, for both of them. But emotional connection is harder to come by and their relationship is fraught with ups and downs. Gideon can be a jealous alpha male type at times but Eva also has to control her feelings when she learns that Gideon is on platonic terms with his past sexual partners.

The story is told from Eva's point of view and so, Gideon often appears to be blowing hot and cold, a sure-fire way to keep the story intriguing. However, Day claims that her heroes are always fully immersed in the relationship right from the beginning. They see what they want and they go for it. It's the heroine who isn't entirely sure if this is the man for her. The rest of us wouldn't dare turn up our noses at a hunky billionaire but Eva is looking for a soulmate and needs to be convinced that Gideon is that person.

There are some interesting supportive characters in the book, such as Eva's bisexual roommate Cary who has romantic issues of his own, wanting what he can't have and not wanting what he can. There is a short mention of S & M in the book but the story doesn't appear to proceed in that direction like Fifty Shades of Grey. Overall, this is a sophisticated book by an author who has proved herself in the past over and over.

Sylvia Day has written contemporary romance for Berkley Books, speculative/paranormal romance for New American Library, historical romance for Kensington Brava and futuristic romance for Zebra. It's no wonder then that her voice comes through as polished, refined and yet conversational. She's a Japanese American who lives in California and loves to travel. She is also a wife and a mother of two. Bared to You and its sequel, Reflected in You have both been bestsellers and a third book in the trilogy is upcoming.

Download Bared to You from The Audio BookStore for a steamy, romantic read written in spare, evocative prose.

“Wow...talk about hot! Definitely had me hot and bothered in a lot of instances. Characters are sort of typical but author does reveal that there are more dark pasts that will catch up, so will find out soon. Eva running all the time was just annoying...what is up with so many women who take everything for face value and never hear the men out??”

— 229pisces
Northern Lights Audiobook, by Nora Roberts

Author: Nora Roberts

Narrator: Gary Littman

Audio Length: @1x speed 15.00 hours
@1.5x speed 10.00 hours
@2x speed 7.50 hours

Overall Rating: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 4.666666 out of 54.666666 out of 54.666666 out of 54.666666 out of 54.666666 out of 5

Story Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

Northern Lights Audiobook

What possesses a person to move to a remote, desolate and environmentally dangerous locale such as Lunacy, Alaska? One need look no further than the name of the town where Northern Lights is set to gain a hint. Residents of Lunacy even refer to themselves as "Lunatics." In truth, they would live nowhere else.

This novel covers one winter and one spring, with flashbacks to events that occurred 16 years earlier that return to both plague and haunt the people who live there. Frozen rivers, death-defying mountains, avalanches and caves of ice all figure into a tale that only a novelist as talented as Roberts could weave so skillfully that listeners will not want to leave this work before reaching its satisfying conclusion.

Residents of Lunacy take enormous pride in their developing town. It is by their invitation that Baltimore policeman Nate Burke moves to become their first chief of police in the town’s new police department. Town members are torn between their desire for progress and clinging to often negative ideas about accepting "Outsiders" into their midst.

Nate, too, is a torn man. A divorced man with few family ties, Nate signs on for the job in faraway Alaska after losing his best friend and partner in an on-the-job police shoot-out. Nate secretly blames himself for the death of his friend and is haunted by survivor guilt. His one hope is that he can find some semblance of life in Lunacy.

Nate finds much more than a new life. He runs headlong into a mystery which soon turns into uncovering a murder that happened years ago. He also encounters two unforgettable females, one who makes her designs on him known from the moment she lays eyes on him and her daughter, who does exactly the opposite. Both women are fiercely independent, and both will figure into Nate’s future in this ravishingly beautiful dark land of ice with nighttime lights the likes of which he has never before seen.

The best-selling author of more than 200 novels, Nora Roberts lives in rural Maryland, where she crafts books that enthrall readers throughout the globe with their exotic settings, rich characterization and plots that keep readers and listeners guessing right up until the last page is turned.

McDaniel College awarded Roberts an honorary Doctor of Letters degree in 2006.

"Northern Lights" is available in audiobook format and can be downloaded so fans can listen to it while on long automobile trips or in shorter sessions as they go through their daily lives. This digital download provides listeners with over 15 hours of listening enjoyment, thanks in no small part to the wonderful narration provided by Gary Littman.

“I'm a big fan of any Nora Roberts book, especially her romantic suspense novels. Yes, you have the standard hunky man with the uniquely beautifuly or scrappy heroine in each of them, but what I like about Roberts' books is that she gives them depth. In this outing, Meg, the Alaskan pilot, is smart, resilient and can take care of herself. She's no simpy, weepy female waiting to be rescued. The new police chief is also strong in his own right, though he has a history that he's trying to come to terms with. They mesh nicely together as they try to figure out connections between current murders and one that occurred long ago (Meg's dad). Read this book for several hours of escapist pleasure reading.”

— Julie
The Secret Sister Audiobook, by Brenda Novak

Author: Brenda Novak

Narrator: Carly Robins

Audio Length: @1x speed 11.00 hours
@1.5x speed 7.33 hours
@2x speed 5.50 hours

Overall Rating: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 3.857142 out of 53.857142 out of 53.857142 out of 53.857142 out of 53.857142 out of 5

Story Rating: 3.571428 out of 53.571428 out of 53.571428 out of 53.571428 out of 53.571428 out of 5

The Secret Sister Audiobook

After a painful divorce, Maisey Lazarow returns to Fairham, the small island off the North Carolina coast where she grew up. She goes there to heal—and to help her brother, Keith, a deeply troubled man who's asked her to come home. But she refuses to stay in the family house. The last person she wants to see is her wealthy, controlling mother. Instead, she finds herself living next door to someone else she'd prefer to avoid—Rafe Romero, the wild, reckless boy to whom she lost her virginity at sixteen. He's back on the island, and to her surprise, he's raising a young daughter alone. Then something even more disturbing happens. She discovers a box of photographs that evoke distant memories of a little girl, a child Keith remembers, too. Maisey believes the girl must've been their sister, but their mother claims there was no sister. Maisey's convinced that child existed. So where is she now?

“The Secret Sister is a good novel that kept me engaged and interested in the story line. It starts out slow, but hang in there, soon, you'll be unable to put it down. Part romance / part mystery / part reunion this book will appeal to anyone who enjoys believable, relatable characters with family secrets. Novak is a talented writer who incorporates drama, romance, mystery and intrigue very well.”

— Julie
Me Before You: A Novel (Movie Tie-In) Audiobook, by Jojo Moyes

Author: Jojo Moyes

Narrator: Various , various narrators

Audio Length: @1x speed 14.75 hours
@1.5x speed 9.83 hours
@2x speed 7.38 hours

Overall Rating: 4.567567 out of 54.567567 out of 54.567567 out of 54.567567 out of 54.567567 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 4.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 5

Story Rating: 4.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 5

Me Before You: A Novel (Movie Tie-In) Audiobook

Louisa Clark is nothing extraordinary, just a simple girl living a simple life. Her boyfriend is steady, her family is close, and she has never ventured much outside of where she grew up. With her new job working for a mister know-it-all and do-it-all, Will Traynor, she could hardly have led a life in bigger contrast to his. Though Will has always lived in grand style -- a world traveler and entrepreneur -- he is now bound to a wheelchair after an accident.

Moody, arrogant, and acidic in his attitude, Will pushes Lou's buttons, but she refuses to coddle him, merely because he is in a wheelchair. Her tough love may change course when she learns that Will has some shocking plans for the future, for his happiness may mean more to her than she realized.

A true contemporary love story, this uncommon couple makes you wonder what you would do if making the person you love the most happy could also mean breaking your heart.

Jojo Moyes was born in 1969 in London, England. She was the winner twice of the Romantic Novel of the Year Award. For ten years she wrote as a journalist for The Independent newspaper, becoming Assistant News Editor, and then Arts and Media Correspondent. In 2002, she became a full time novelist after her first book Sheltering Rain was published; she still writes articles for The Daily Telegraph. She lives in Essex with her husband, journalist Charles Arthur, and their three children.

“Obsessively read this book, laughed, sobbed, laughed through tears, questioned the ethics, ached for the characters, just loved it. Romance yes but with dilemmas and family dynamics and just so much. A keeper!”

— Ruth
Redeeming Love Audiobook, by Francine Rivers

Author: Francine Rivers

Narrator: Kate Forbes

Audio Length: @1x speed 17.25 hours
@1.5x speed 11.50 hours
@2x speed 8.63 hours

Overall Rating: 4.581395 out of 54.581395 out of 54.581395 out of 54.581395 out of 54.581395 out of 5

Narrator Rating: 4.285714 out of 54.285714 out of 54.285714 out of 54.285714 out of 54.285714 out of 5

Story Rating: 4.142857 out of 54.142857 out of 54.142857 out of 54.142857 out of 54.142857 out of 5

Redeeming Love Audiobook

A Story of Love That Won’t Let Go—No Matter What Soon to be a major motion picture, directed by D. J. Caruso and starring Abigail Cowen, Tom Lewis, Nina Dobrev, with Logan Marshall Green and Eric Dane, special appearance by Famke Janssen. California’s gold country, 1850. A time when men sold their souls for a bag of gold and women sold their bodies for a place to sleep. Angel expects nothing from men but betrayal. Sold into prostitution as a child, she survives by keeping her hatred alive. And what she hates most are the men who use her, leaving her empty and dead inside. Then she meets Michael Hosea, a man who seeks his Father’s heart in everything. Michael obeys God’s call to marry Angel and to love her unconditionally. Slowly, day by day, he defies Angel’s every bitter expectation until, despite her resistance, her frozen heart begins to thaw. But with her unexpected softening comes overwhelming feelings of unworthiness and fear. And so Angel runs. Back to the darkness, away from her husband’s pursuing love, terrified of the truth she no longer can deny: her final healing must come from the One who loves her even more than Michael does … the One who will never let her go. A powerful retelling of the story of Gomer and Hosea, Redeeming Love is a lifechanging story of God’s unconditional, redemptive, all-consuming love.

“LOVED this book. It will make any woman fall in love with being in love. Definatly encourages those who are single to hold out for their Prince Charming. Beautifully depicts God's pursuit of his children and relentless love.”

— Diana
Sense and Sensibility Audiobook, by Jane Austen

Author: Jane Austen

Narrator: Wanda McCaddon

Audio Length: @1x speed 11.25 hours
@1.5x speed 7.50 hours
@2x speed 5.63 hours

Overall Rating: 4.284946 out of 54.284946 out of 54.284946 out of 54.284946 out of 54.284946 out of 5

Sense and Sensibility Audiobook

Jane Austen's first published novel, Sense and Sensibility is a wonderfully entertaining tale of flirtation and folly that revolves around two starkly different sisters, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood. While Elinor is thoughtful, considerate, and calm, her younger sister is emotional and wildly romantic. Both are looking for a husband, but neither Elinor's reason nor Marianne's passion can lead them to perfect happiness—as Marianne falls for an unscrupulous rascal and Elinor becomes attached to a man who's already engaged.

Startling secrets, unexpected twists, and heartless betrayals interrupt the marriage games that follow. Filled with satiric wit and subtle characterizations, Sense and Sensibility teaches that true love requires a balance of reason and emotion.

“Well I just love Jane Austin. She is splendid. And if you would read this review with and English accent I would much appreciate it because in my head it's being written in an English accent. I can't get enough of Jane and her spectacular stories. They are funny and serious and thoughtful and sad and I am so glad I found her! Cheerio.”

— Kaelee
The Notebook Audiobook, by Nicholas Sparks

Author: Nicholas Sparks

Narrator: Barry Bostwick

Audio Length: @1x speed 6.00 hours
@1.5x speed 4.00 hours
@2x speed 3.00 hours

Overall Rating: 3.575757 out of 53.575757 out of 53.575757 out of 53.575757 out of 53.575757 out of 5

The Notebook Audiobook

Experience the unforgettable, heartbreaking love story set in post-World War II North Carolina about a young socialite and the boy who once stole her heart -- one of PBS's "Great American Reads".

Every so often a love story so captures our hearts that it becomes more than a story -- it becomes an experience to remember forever. The Notebook is such a book. It is a celebration of how passion can be ageless and timeless, a tale that moves us to laughter and tears and makes us believe in true love all over again . . .

At thirty-one, Noah Calhoun, back in coastal North Carolina after World War II, is haunted by images of the girl he lost more than a decade earlier. At twenty-nine, socialite Allie Nelson is about to marry a wealthy lawyer, but she cannot stop thinking about the boy who long ago stole her heart. Thus begins the story of a love so enduring and deep it can turn tragedy into triumph, and may even have the power to create a miracle . . .

“I wanted to read this after seeing the movie - just to see if any details were left out. I'm really glad that I did because there was more explanation behind certain events and relationships that aren't fully elaborated on in the movie. If you have time to read this, you should.”

— Megan

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