Friday, 18 September 2015

Friday Frights ~ PNR Review ~ Two Minutes (Seven Series #6) by Dannika Dark

Book Description:

After years of living abroad, Maizy returns home to the only family she's ever known--a pack of wolves. When she confronts her childhood watchdog to see where they stand, his resentment leaves
her uncertain about where she really belongs.

Behind Denver's charming smile is a tragic past--one that's made his wolf savage and unpredictable. 

Only Maizy has been able to tame that darkness, and when they're reunited after many years apart, he no longer sees a child he once protected. She's captivating and intelligent--a woman with the world at her fingertips and two suitors offering more than he ever could.

Torn between two worlds, Maizy must choose how her fairy tale ends. Tragedy, murder, passion, and imprisonment all collide with a heart-stopping twist.

"You must decide how your fairy tale will end, little one. With a love that could be fleeting and hurt you in the end, or with a man who will give you your heart’s desire."

Destiny will find you.

+ Cliffhanger-free
+ HEA

Buy Links:

 
 
Other Books in Series

Seven Years ~ Book 1 ~ 99c

Six Months ~ Book 2 ~ $3.99

Five Weeks ~ Book 3 ~ $3.99
 
Four Days ~ Book 4 ~ $3.99
 
Three Hours ~ Book 5 ~ $3.99
 
Two Minutes ~ Book 6 ~ $3.99
 
6 book bundle ~ $20.94 / £15.94
 
Our Review:
 
Reviewed by Shirley ~ 5 stars
 

This book is brilliant. It made me laugh, it made me cry, and it made me go through a gamut of emotions which tells you how well this book is written. I only just came across this series last weekend and I was totally entranced into the world of the Cole brothers. I devoured book after book until I reached this the newest release. All I can say is that they are awesome and that is a word I don't use often.

The books are about the Cole brothers and how from leading different lives they had all come together and formed the Weston pack under the younger brother Austin who is Packmaster. In these books you see a different side of the shifter world as perceived in other shifter books I have read, with a family bond that is strong but with a difference.

In this book it is about Denver, who is very good looking but acts the joker in the family, but there is another side of Denver, his wolf is the fiercest of them all which everyone treats with respect. He works in the local town in the shifter bar pulling up drinks and is popular with the ladies but he tends to be a bit picky where they are concerned if the truth was told, but he loved to flirt. In the past he also took on the role of watchdog to the human child Maizy, who is the sister to the Packmaster’s mate Lexi, which he did without exception. Having a rapport like no other with her, but now Maizy is all grown up and is now a beautiful woman and is back.

Maizy’s mother had sent her away to finish her schooling in the human community as all her younger years she had been home schooled within the pack but her mother felt she needed to mix in the human world to make friends outside pack life. The story is about Denver and Maizy and how the intervening year between Maizy going away and now she is back with the pack and how it has affected them.

As I said Denver has always been the joker of the family, helping to keep things light around the family but in this book you see another side of Denver, something he has kept hidden from the whole family. It shows a vulnerable side of Denver that really makes you feel for him and then there is Maizy not knowing how she feels about her life, all she does know for sure is that since she has returned to the Weston pack it feels as if she has really come home.

All during her childhood her relationship with Denver had been exceptionally close. He watched out for her, was always there for her, he was her Denny, but in her later years while she was away he had drifted away from her as if he didn't want her anymore and this she could not understand and had hurt her deeply, and she needed to know why. It starts when Denver first sees her and mistakes her for someone else.


"You're... different," was all he managed to say.
"It’s been a long time. Can I have a hug?"
Denver tilted his head as if to say he didn't mind.
Why was he so standoffish? I thought.



and this was how Maizy’s first meeting went after looking forward to seeing him so much.


“I hadn't seen him in years and imagined our reunion so many times in my head, but never had it gone like this. So cold. So distant. So unlike the Denny I loved.”


The story is beautifully written, showing you the love within this diverse pack, and of a love between two people that was going to take time for all the misconceptions to set in, especially one head to realize exactly what was there right before them and to seize it because there was another in the mix who would have no such qualms.

If I could give more than five stars to this book and to this whole series I would. Now I have to wait patiently somehow for the next exciting book to be released. All I hope is I don't have to wait too long for my next fix of the Cole family. Brilliant Ms Dark I loved them.

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