This book is easy to listen to when trying to sleep at night which is what I bought it for. However the couple took to long to work out the other was ..Show More »into them, which if I had to read it myself I would have had to shake the to and would have made me lose interest.
Poor, abused, unassuming but independent Cinderella-type character tries to handle her problems (and does a half decent job doing so) but has to learn..Show More » to share her problems and accept help from fist-happy, rich immortal (and somewhat damaged goods) Prince Charming character. This one doesn't have the same amount of humour we read in Seven Years but the pack brothers don't disappoint. I'm really looking forward to the rest of the books in this series.
I was afraid this one was going to be as predictable as the last two, so was pleasantly surprised when it took a turn for the better, casting out the ..Show More »usual self doubt & blindness to the other person's love, and instead cutting straight to the chase. My one regret is that I think this could have easily lead to another crossover with the Mageri crew. In this regard alone, I think it was sadly predictable. Right at the beginning, Reno suspects cage fighting and behold: that's what it turned out to be. It could have been more interesting if it had turned out to be another attempt at cross breeding, since we left the Mageri crew suspecting there was someone pulling strings above Nero. There were a few times when I felt the narration was slightly disjointed. Nicole Poole does a wonderful job, as always (although her 11yo Maisey needs a little improvement - Nicole still portrays her as a six year-old) but I think the editor may not have left enough gaps between some paragraphs to indicate passage of time/a new scene.
I really don't like the way Dannika's books are becoming increasingly obvious. It was a very pleasant surprise to find a 20+ yo Maizy as this book's f..Show More »irst person narrator but from there it kind of all went downhill. Prince has gone from loner wolf who picks up a child on the edge of the road to a mega rich, well-established pack master willing to take advantage of Maizy. Nah, this book has a lot of disappointment in it. Yes, I'll get the last book, but only to complete the collection.
I only recently reread the full series so this book was very timely. The scene is a typically atypical Weston Pack Christmas, a blizzard and all the..Show More » quirky foibles of the Cole brothers and their offspring - then throw the Churches and a bit of drama into the mix and you have a great Christmas story. Even Santa turns up!