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Two Minutes is more than a paranormal, shifter romance. This book reaches into your soul and speaks to you on another level. A story of coming home, of finding ones place in their past and seeing how that will work with what fate has deemed to be their future.
Maizy has sent years traveling and exploring the world. Now she is ready to come home and see if Austin is still her 'home' and how a human can fit in with a pack of wolves.
Denny has always been Maizy's watchdog, but when his duties are cut short by her being sent away for schooling he is left with a feeling of worthlessness. When Maizy returns home, all grown and breathtakingly beautiful, Denver is at a loss. He is no longer her watchdog. What is he? Packmate? Former watchdog? No one?
Maizy is faced with her own sets of doubts. How does she fit in? She was once the child that everyone adored and protected. Now she is a woman and her mark makes her potentially something more. When life becomes complicated with questions, secrets and insecurities, will fate smile upon her or rear its ugly head. Will she be left on her own to figure out her place in this vast expanse of a world, or will she be at home in the pack she grew up in?
Dannika brilliantly weaves a magical tale of heartache, love and coming of age questions into an unforgettable romance staring two secondary characters who have found their own voice. A couple that I have been cheering on for what seems like ages.
The plethora of emotions I experienced while savoring this exquisite story rocked me to my core. The author had me in tears of heartache, tears of deep love and tears of laughter. The intricate attention to detail brings the story to life. You aren't just experiencing a book-- you are living and breathing the book. Through Dannika's writing, I begin to believe in fairytales again.
I listened to the audio version of this book for most of my experience. The narrator is magnificent and really bring the story to another level.
It was truly a pleasure to experience this book, but it was bittersweet, as I know that the series is coming to an end soon. I eagerly await the next masterpiece from this 5+ star author.
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What did you like most about Two Minutes?
Tying together all the aspects of Maizy's life, especially from the first book.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I have a real liking for Wheeler, what's not to like?
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Maizy grows up as a human in a house full of wolves, but she’s not afraid because she has her watchdog, Denver. When Maizy leaves for college Denver thinks his close connection with her is lost forever and severs all ties to her. She spends years feeling lost and alone only to return home and get the same silent treatment. This is a deeply romantic book and it reveals the more basic instincts of the shifters and their world. It explores the flaws and outdated rules that they live by. Maizy challenges the world she lives in and creates an emotional attachment between the reader and the character, while Denver is just simply adorable.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Come tutti i libri di questa scrittrice lo trovo bellissimi.. Sono i miei preferiti in assoluto! Consigliatissimi
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 first 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.
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very predictable but I love all the books in this series soo far. so definitely keep reading if you liked the other books.