Narrator Spotlight on Cassandra Myles

Posted January 24, 2020 by Felicia S in Narrator Spotlight / 2 Comments


Hi y’all! Welcome to my twice a month series: Narrator Spotlight. I will be doing this to shine a light on some of the voices that keep us entertained by bringing our favorite books to life.

This week the spotlight is on Cassandra Myles. She wants to spotlight Their Vampire Queen Series by Joely Sue Burkhart (the latest in the series Queen Takes Triune released on Jan 7 2020).  For this series I asked the narrators to share their thoughts on Romance (either specific to the series or in general) Cassandra’s answer was AWESOME! I love when a narrator truly loves the genre they are narrating. It comes across in the performance and definitely does in Cassandra’s performances. Her answer to what makes a good romance book is spot on…

“I think a good romance book can transport you to the same place that a good RomCom film can – where anything can happen, where love can prevail and dreams can come true. But one of the things I love the most about romance books these days is that women are empowered and no longer painted as “needing a man” to save them or that a man will “make them whole or complete” – sorry Jerry MacGuire! Romance and sex don’t have to be mutually exclusive or taboo and can be celebrated and explored. Love is Love.”–Cassandra Myles

So about Their Vampire Queen Series by Joely Sue Burkhart:

Book 1:

A lost virgin vampire queen. Two vampire knights sworn to protect her. It’s about to get very hot… and bloody…

Ever since her mother was murdered by monsters five years ago, Shara Isador has been on the run. Alone, scared, and exhausted, she’s finally cornered in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Out of hope with nowhere else to turn, she’s ready to end it all when two men come to her rescue. They say she’s a lost queen descended from Isis, and they’re her Blood – vampire knights sworn to protect her. It all seems like a crazy nightmare, until the alpha offers his blood. Then she realizes she’s never wanted anything more. Except maybe his body… and his friends’, too.

But they’re not the only ones searching for a lost queen. Shara must learn how to wield her new powers quickly and conquer her fears if she intends to keep them all alive. Contains mature themes.

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2 responses to “Narrator Spotlight on Cassandra Myles

  1. I agree, that’s such a great answer about romance! I haven’t had a chance to listen to her yet, but I look forward to it (hopefully sooner than later).