After 700 years, Prince has acquired everything a Packmaster could desire. But when he meets the enchanting Nadia Kozlov, he realizes that there's one thing he doesn't have: answers. Prince owes his life to a man he hasn't seen in centuries, and Nadia holds the key to his whereabouts, because that man is her father. Destinies collide when Nadia's sister shows up unexpectedly. Katarina is a skilled bounty hunter, hot on the trail of a nefarious outlaw who turns out to be Prince's old nemesis. Prince teams up with Nadia's sister to track down the Mage, but the real game of cat and mouse is already underway as sparks fly between Prince and the cunning bounty hunter. The only trouble is, Nadia wants him, too.
©2015 Dannika Dark (P)2015 Tantor
N/A I only have the audio edition
I'd compare it to other books in this series, as well as Dark's Mageri series in quality and entertainment. They're all well-written and well-narrated.
Nicole Poole, as usual, impressed me with her narration. Her delivery kept the packing perfect and her voices and accents for both men and women were spot on.
I didn't listen to it in one sitting but I did finish it in two days.
Despite there being some tension and suspense, coupled with some action, Charming might be the lightest story in this series. It was a story I was eager to get and one that left me completely satisfied.
This story was amazing, Kat and Prince made it that much better. What an odd paring Kat the careless sexy unselfish bounty hunter and the 700 year old proper to the T prince. Both at opposite ends of the spectrum and so different in many ways. But Katarina won Prince's heart by simply being herself and showing him that being simple is not so bad. Prince had everything anyone could want but he didn't have love or comfort or the company of another, that is until Katarina came along. When a common enemy shows up with promises to destroy everything she ever loved both Katarina and Prince join forces to bring this criminal down. If you loved Dannika Dark's Seven Series you will love this story that shines a light into Prince's past and who he is.
Charming is part of the Seven series between Two Minutes and One Second and I really enjoyed reading it. It was nice to learn more about Prince and his background. I also really liked Kat's character and her forthright attitude. Prince and Kat's story was an all around terrific read. I listened to the audio book and Nicole Poole did a great job narrating it.
Thank you for adding this novel. I really wanted someone for Prince. He seem to be the only one who had a loose end. And marrying him off to Maisy, just seemed wrong. I know she claimed him when he saved her, but she would not have been strong enough to get Prince to make the changes in his packs life. Kat is perfect.
every story has a sad story and the author hit it every story has a side story and the author hit it well this time. I was a little worried at first but within the first two chapters I was sold. One with think that this would be just like the other books and the other stories but the Arthur did not take a cliché approach to this open "episode" .
I love to read romance books.
Charming by Dannika Dark (Audio Edition)
Narrated by Nicole Poole
Seven Series #6.5
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Prince was always a good character, though he seemed a bit of a stuffed shirt to me. Guess that’s what you get when you are an ancient one. I loved that he could falls for such a casual laid back woman like Kat, who to top it off is a bounty hunter! She was a kickass leading lady. I enjoyed their chemistry, and the way she slowly got him to loosen up. There was some good laughs, and interesting situations. You didn’t see much of the Weston Pack in this book, so if you haven’t read the other books in this series you could read this as a stand-alone. However, it's nice to read it in order as Prince does appear in the previous books a few times.
This was an easy listen for me. Nicole Poole did well with her Russian accents, though I kept hearing “RED” from the show Orange is the new black… I am have just started the last book in the series. I am glad I picked these up!
I normally don't like novellas. But loving the "SEVEN" I tried it, and glad I did. This adds to the novel and makes a difference in the story line. Thank you Dannika Dark for great series and Nicole Poole for doing a great job.
I have to say that I love this book. Of course I love the whole series. Kat cracked me up. The way she talks fast and her jokes and sarcasm in San exactly what she means brutally honest. The way charming/prince covers his eyes when he burst out laughing and is not sure what to think of her.
The book was great
The series as a whole is brilliant
I am really enjoying this series because the world that it sits within is detailed and interlinked in a way that makes it feel real. The characters are well developed and varied. Charming is the nickname that Kat gives to Prince, a long standing character in the series, and it suits his perfect gentlemanly personality and poise. He thinks that Nadia is right for him and pursues her in the beginning, but becomes quickly ensconced in her twin sister’s life. Kat brings life to his routine and he begins to fall in love with her. This book has a slightly different feel than the others in the series and I think it is because it is not based around the Western pack, and Prince and Kat’s wolf have only minor appearances in the story. I am certainly looking forward to the next in the series.
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