As soon as I read that audible was blaming the publisher for why Dreamfever is not available I called Karen (who is not even at home at the moment) who then in turn called Brilliance.
Brilliance is aghast over this. They had no idea that there was a problem and it certainly wasn't because they didn't have the rights cleared. They have put a lot of time and effort into Dreamfever and were as excited about the release as you are. The last thing they want is for it to not be available to the fans. Dreamfever was sent out as a priority audiobook to their online retailers who had it on the 6th. We have no idea why they are saying it's the publishers fault, other then it's easier to blame someone else instead of saying what the problem really is.
Brilliance is working frantically to try and find out what the problem is and are so sorry for the delay.
Audiobookstand.com will have the audiobook up shortly.