Runners! Tired of pounding the pavement listening to that worn-out club mix on your iPod? Commuters? Ready to ram the car in front of you because talk radio has you riled? Treadmill jockeys and heavyweight lifters! Think you might blow your top if that grunting Neanderthal in the corner drops his deadlift to the floor ONE MORE TIME??
Then run, don’t walk, to your phone, tablet or computer, go to Audible.com and download yourself a copy of the audiobook version of Fools Rush In, Book 3 in the InterstellarRescue series, read by Lisa Beacom. Put in your earbuds and let this space opera noir romance take you away to the other side of the galaxy!
The audiobook experience adds a whole other dimension to a story. Even if you’ve read the book, you’ll enjoy listening to the audio version—the alien voices, the whispered lovers’ confessions, the shouts of excitement in the space battle scenes. (Wow, I can’t wait to hear that myself!) This is narrator Lisa Beacom’s third time out with the challenging material of the Interstellar Rescue series. She’s wonderfully talented—and fearless!
Need a reminder what Fools Rush In is all about? Check out this blurb:
She thought she had the toughest job in Rescue—
until the day she had to convert a pirate into a hero.
Interstellar Rescue “conductor” Rayna Carver is deep undercover on a slave ship bound for an isolated region of space when the ship is attacked by pirates. Her liberator is Captain Sam Murphy, a man known in the spacer bars to love only profit, adventure and women.
But Murphy hates a few things, too, chief among them slavers. Will it be enough to gain his help for Rayna’s mission—ferreting out two spies bent on sabotaging an arms factory to turn the tide in an alien civil war?
I’m giving away THREE free copies of the Fools Rush In audiobook this week, and you have LOTS of chances to win! Comment BELOW, on my Facebook Author page or the Interstellar Rescue Squad Page with a good reason to listen to an audiobook (it can be a real reason or a funny one). You can comment as many times and in as many places as you like—each comment will count as a separate chance to win (but you can only win ONE audiobook). Be creative! You never know—I might take a notion and give someone a free audiobook just for coming up with a wild reason to listen!
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