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After the last book I almost gave up on this series. This book regained my interest. The lead characters are outside the norm for this kind of novel and it was a refreshing change.
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I recently listened to Dannika Dark's new release Risk, and was reminded how much I enjoy her writing style, so I dusted of my iPad library, and finally made time to listen to Five Weeks. Wow! It was GREAT! (I'll admit after listening to Six Months, I was in no hurry to move on to book three due to the narration for book two, April's character made it sound too depressing. However, I can safely say Five Weeks narration was much better!) :-)
The stories Dark creates are fascinating and have the perfect blend of drama, suspense, and romance, but it's the level of detail she provides that make them truly awesome to listen too. Each scene is descriptive, and has all little details like the character's surroundings, their mannerisms, movements, clothing, what songs they are listening too, etc. which makes it easy to visualize the story unfolding in your mind.
There's lots of characters, and each have their own unique personalities. As the story moves along, we get to watch them interact with each other, and the dialogue and banter between them comes across as natural and oddly realistic.
Nicole Poole did a great job narrating book three, and the characters voices are consistent. I listened to Six Months back in January 2016, and was able to easily identify the characters in book three.
Verdict: A fascinating PNR about shifters, with awesome world building, and excellent character development, that's neither too dark or light, and have the right blend of drama, action, suspense, romance and hot sex scenes.
I will definitely be continuing this series!
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The story was ok , but these books are getting a bit repetitive, narration was excellent.
What made the experience of listening to Five Weeks the most enjoyable?
I've become really immersed in the series.
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Izzy and Jericho seem like an unlikely couple to everyone else but each other; the only trouble is outside forces keep getting in between them. Jericho is the most romantic of the brothers, which is weird because he’s usually a womanizing rock star, but Izzy’s influence brings out the best in him. My favourite in the series so far.
So this book surprised me cause I didn't think I'd like the story about him and his life style but it was surprisingly great. I loved the new character and the development with the pack.
A little slower than the first 2, but still a great story.
The narrator does an excellent job, a voice that envelopes the sexy rockstar and his sassy mate.