Narrator: Jonathan Davis, Amanda Ronconi
Length: 3 hours 10 min
Series: Mystic Bayou #4.5
Published by Audible Studios on December 8, 2020
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Charlotte McBee knows she’s in for a challenge when she accepts a job as midwife for a dragon and a phoenix shifter. Being a fairy herself, it isn’t the supernatural world that scares her. It’s the thought of delivering a giant metal dragon’s egg, which has her gritting her teeth in pain for poor Jillian, the anxious mother-to-be.
While preparing for the big event, a handsome town resident catches her eye. Leonard is kind, charming, and a little bit mysterious. He’s also suffering from a highly unusual condition brought on by an ancient fairy curse, and he’s too wary of Charlotte to allow her to get close.
Will love overcome fear before the end of her assignment?
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A quick trip to Mystic Bayou brings big things. Charlotte McBee is in town as midwife for the big event. Something she has never attempted before. I spent pretty much the whole listen just dying waiting for Jillian to deliver that metal egg. What a dangerous job that this going to be!
Then Charlotte runs into Leonard. Leonard has a fairy curse on him that keeps him from getting too close to anyone. It’s a put off at first until he actually explains what is going on. This puts Charlotte to work trying to find a way to reverse this curse that has been in Leonard’s family for generations.
Mystic Bayou in itself will keep you guessing and has a ton of fun characters. Adding Charlotte and Leonard into the picture added to an already fine mix. I loved Charlotte’s determination in spite of Leonard’s negativity.
It was so great to be back in Mystic Bayou and listen to a story about fun, spunky characters. Plus we get the big event, and you just have to see how that goes!
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