The Listening Life The Stars Aligned: Paranormal Romance Queen Molly Harper and Her Longstanding Narrator Amanda Ronconi Finally Had Their Magical Meeting Watch as the fan-favorite author and narrator team, who've collaborated for years, share their first meal and talk about shapeshifters, vampires, and witches—oh my! By Melissa Bendixen Sep 4, 2018 Bestselling paranormal romance author Molly Harper is back with the latest installment in her Mystic Bayou series, Even Tree Nymphs Get the Blues. And who else could tackle the magical ways and sexy doings of Harper's imagination than her narrator for all 30 plus of her audiobooks, Amanda Ronconi? Through the Sorcery and Society series, the Southern Eclectic series, the Half-Moon Hollow series, the Naked Werewolf series, and the Bluegrass series, Ronconi has delightfully performed all of the hilarious dialogue, varied Southern accents, and creatively steamy scenarios that Harper has thrown her way. With the Mystic Bayou series, narrator Jonathan Davis joins the fun for Harper's first series with dual narration.Despite all their emails and phone calls over the years, Harper and Ronconi had never met in person. So we fixed that and brought them together to talk about everything you've wanted to know--from how they came to work together, to how the funny and sexy mix, to which paranormal creature they'd be if they had a choice. (Interesting picks, ladies.) Watch as it becomes clear just how the magic happens. Tags Authors Interviews Narrators Romance More from Molly Harper and Amanda Ronconi Sweet Tea and Sympathy Nice Girls Don't Have Fangs Love and Other Wild Things Recommended The Best Black Audiobook Narrators to Listen To Right Now Escape From Our Echo Chambers Starts With Listening Greatness Claire Adam's Debut Novel 'Golden Child' Shows That No Person Is An Island, Even When Living On One 7 Ways You Can Enjoy The Baby-Sitters Club Up Next Our Editors Reveal: Our First Grown-Up Books Welcome to "Our Editors Reveal," a series where the Audible editors spill all our listening-related secrets. In this edition, we reveal the first grown-up books we ever snuck off the shelves—from Judy Blume to Mark Twain.