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No Were to Run

Narrated by: Abby Craden
Length: 6 hrs and 57 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (407 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

My name is Dima, and I'm a Dragon. I'm also going to die soon. It's a battle I've waged most of my life, but now the odds are looking crappy. Before I go up flames, I have to find a way to save my horde and make sure my secret treasure is safe. There is one way I could stick around a bit longer, but the men I've met aren't exactly lining up to save me.

What in hell does a Dragon Princess have to do to find a mate? Offing my father, the reviled Dragon King, would be one way to go. He has a penchant for eliminating any male who shows interest - not to mention he's been trying to kill me for almost 500 years. So my brilliant plan is to take out my father in a blaze of glory - pun intended. However, I have to suck it up and do some stuff I don't want to do. For example, getting along with Dragons who don't trust me is a horrific challenge even though we share the same goal. That's why I aligned myself with the ragtag pack of shifters who accepted me and my secret treasure unconditionally. They're my friends now, and I'm keeping them. I'll fry anyone who dares to speak against my Werewolves, my Werecows, and the fabulous gay Vampyre named Dwayne.

Unfortunately the Weres who love me don't have the kind of firepower I need to take out my father. To get that I have allied myself with a dangerous group of Dragons known as The Resistance. Staying away from the sexy, pompous, fire-breathing blowhard of a leader is turning out to be a full-time job. And no...he's not even in the running for the mate. Mutual incineration would be inevitable - or sexual combustion. You see...Dragons aren't the easiest of the species to get along with. You can dress us up and take us out, but at the end of the day we're still the idiots who like a little friendly bloodshed and sex - make that lots of sex.

My life keeps getting more and more complicated, but I've run out of options. I'm about to run out of time, too. I'm learning there's nowhere to run and nowhere to hide from destiny.

©2016 Robyn Peterman (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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NARRATION IS AMAZEBALLS!

If you could sum up No Were to Run in three words, what would they be?

HILARIOUS + CAPTIVATING + HEARTWARMING

What other book might you compare No Were to Run to and why?

I do not think I can compare, this book stands alone in a awesome way. It is a perfect addition to the series SHIFT HAPPENS, it was so good to get to know Dema and her son, her love story made laugh and cry.

Have you listened to any of Abby Craden’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No but I sure will now, her voice was soothing and I could not stop listening, I love how she changes her voice for different characters and its PERFECTION, not once I felt lost. I do not understand one bit why are so many complaining about narrations. I you read the review and are wondering if you should skip this book DO NOT! I will say the first few minutes when the voice is her as a child it was a bit dramatic for my taste but that does not mean it was bad, Im just not a fan of overly dramatic narration it makes me roll my eyes a lot. But it quickly switches to her as an adult and her narration is fabulous, all the voices are perfect, even when she does her kid voice is so cute!! Searching for more Abby Craden narrations book, right after this I am done with this review.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

The rightful queen!

Any additional comments?

YOU WILL LOVE THIS BOOK! Dena is a perfect addition to the series! Im a big fan!

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Run Were and Dragons

Dima, a Dragon of royal decent, has been on the run to protect herself from her father for over 400 years. In order to survive she needs to mate, or die. She doesn't mind dying, so long as she can kill her father in her last act of revenge before she dies. Due to her fathers control in the Dragon world, she can't trust any of them.

Finding it hard to trust anyone, Dima befriends the most unusual group of misfit Were family ever. Werewolves, Werecows, Wererabbits, and most famously the most flamboyant gay vampire of all time, Dwayne. Individually they're all nuts, but together they're a passionate and loyal family, and Dima's newly adopted family.

When the Dragons resistant team recruits Dima to help them unthrown her father, Dima agrees, so long as they accept her new allied family of misfit Were's. Dragons aren't know to be the easiest to get along with, but when Dima meets the General, another Dragon shifter, she isn't taking his crap regardless of how strong and sexy he is. Dima has her own agenda and set of priorities and if the General doesn't agree to join her, then she'll do it on her own...even if it means that things get more complicated.

Abby Craden does a fantastic job narrating Dima's trials and tribulations as a strong woman trying to make it on her own with her merry-were'men, were'women, were'cows, and the ever precious diva Dwayne.

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Always a ride

I have to say that this series is the best. Books just keep getting better and the actors are unbelievable and wonderful.

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  • FALLS CHURCH, VA, United States
  • 02-02-19

A bit more serious but still good

Robyn Peterman stepped up the seriousness of this story about Dima the dragon princess and her quest to keep her 4 year son safe. Her friendship with the werewolves Essie, Hank, Sandy and Junior and Vampires Bobbi Sue and Dwayne who is still smarting because his werecow daughters eloped with his vampire frenemys gives her the courage to put a plan in motion to get her father back for killing her family and generally destroying dragon relationships with all other weres. Then she meets the resistance leader Nicolai and they don’t trust or like each other. She thought Seth his brother could be an adequate mate before she dies at age 500 but her mission to kill her father, the dragon King just got hard, just like the anatomy of her Co partner in the battle. And the sparks ensue....

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Really great book

Loved this book. The imagination of Robyn is pure gold. Laugh out loud funny, sexy, witty, with an interesting twist at the end. Love her books, this was the best so far in the were series.

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Wonderful!!

I really enjoyed this story with it's wonderful characters and great plot!! The narrator is wonderful as well. Had me laughing out loud at work. If you need a heart-warming story this is the book for you!!

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I’d really appreciate more books

I just reread this book and others by this author and remembered how much I love the humor.

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Narration is fine!

The story is told from the dragon woman's POV and it is a nice story with laugh out loud parts and poignant moments. The narrator is different than first two books, but it is well-done. I like the main character's voice and her child's voice is super adorable. The only issue I have is the interpretation of the character Junior. The narrator and/or director decided to interpret the Mensa-smart Junior as having a very hick voice. I think that was a mistake but in no way ruins the book. I enjoyed it quite a lot.

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Great series

This is Dina’s story. She is introduced in book 2. She has a horrible father and an adorable son. When we first meet her she’s planning to kill her father. By the end of this book you understand why. Dima is delightful and has a way with words. She fits right in with the Georgia pack.

I would recommend reading the books.

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changed narrator

totally different with a new voice. new person did not understand the characters. granny was done wrong