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There is something in the forest around L’Ange that is making the animals nervous. In fact, they are running by Tucker Flynn’s windows at all hours of the night and day and no matter what anyone says, it isn’t normal. Of course, neither is Tucker being stuck on the sprawling grounds of the shifter sanctuary in Maine, in the dead of winter. He just wants to go back to Phoenix...if only his alpha would let him.

Tired of his concerns being dismissed, or worse, told that he’s flat-out wrong, Tucker sets out on his own, despite a broken ankle, to find proof of his suspicion - that there’s an apex predator, something far more menacing than any shifter at L’Ange, skulking in the woods behind his cabin.

When everything goes sideways during his search, and he ends up passing out while staring into the face of a giant elk, only to wake up days later on a bed of furs, gazing into the eyes of the most gorgeous man he’s ever seen, the course of Tucker’s life changes in an instant. He has just found his mate. Now all he has to do is accept that he’s not the loser he’s always believed he was.

Funny how quickly everything can shift, like day to knight.

©2021 Mary Calmes (P)2021 Mary Calmes

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I loved the story when I read it. I lived it now.

Mr. Russo's performance brought this amazing story to life, and made the story I enjoyed reading become something more. How he slid from one voice to another, one accent to another, enthralled me.

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Loved it!

I loved this story! Great story and great narrator! But you'll enjoy the story most og you have read the other L'Ange books. If I should say anything negative then it would be that I wish the story was longer, because I didn't want to leave Tucker and Keir.

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Wonderful!

I love this series and these characters. I was worried about the new narrator, but after just a couple minutes I was so in grossed in the wonderful story Nick just became part of it. Winter’s Knight could have been a couple hours longer to give the reader/listener more specifics of the new shifter on the grounds. Please Mary more L’ange with all your creative details!

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WOW THIS IS THE FIRST MARY CALMES BOOK I GAVE 5

I HOPE THIS IS A BEGINNING OF A LOT MORE . I LOVE THESE BOOKS AND ALL THE CHARACTERS IN THEM ........I WANT MORE

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Delightful

A wonderful conclusion to the L’Ange series, even though it’s a short story, I wish it had been longer.

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solid 3.5 stars - just because it was too short

I've really enjoy this series in audio, and it was nice to have another one so long after Book 3 was released - I would have liked it to be longer though - it had the potential to be another full length novel and I enjoyed it, it was just that everything happened really fast.

The change of narrator was disappointing at first, but as with any good narrator, Nick Russo did a great job and it only took a chapter or two before I was completely absorbed in the story.

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loved it

although it was too short. thought there was alot more she could have done with tje characters.

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Needs more

For a quick listen it's good. Seems like a quick wrap up of the series. Wanted more details about other character's lives.
Like Phoenix tribe needs full time alfa. Also how does Tucker's new mate get along with everyone else. Love MC have most of her stuff, but this left me wanting more.

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Wish it was the same narrator

Love that Tucker got his own story I just wish it was the same Narrator. A lot of names are pronounced wrong and obviously they don’t sound the same. I also wish the story was longer but that’s just because I love this series!

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  • 04-11-21

Wow!

I am new to this author but not new to the narrator. I was lucky enough to get a copy through a competition so I want to give an honest review in exchange.

It's amazing! This is part of a series (which I haven't read but definitely will now) I feel like I'd be able to appreciate the minor characters more if I had read them first but the author has expertly written a story that lets you know who everyone is without laying it out for you like some description. It was engaging from the start and the world building, it was stunning. So much depth and so many layers. It was rich with culture (which I love) and the main characters of course. I love how their differences just don't matter because their connection is so strong. Language barriers and culture differences are something I love reading and this author wrote it so faithfully I felt like these were real faiths/cultures of real people. Just beautiful and can't wait to go back and listen to the whole series. Cannot recommend enough!

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  • Mrs. E. J. Curtis
  • 04-07-21

A bit disappointing

Not quite sure what this book adds to the series. Narration was ok but different from the rest of the series.

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  • Christina Azariadou
  • 03-15-21

4.5 stars rounding down

I loved this story when it was released in January and I loved it listening to it now, narrated by the incredible Nick J. Russo.

Mary Calmes with stories like this one reminds me why she was one of my most favorite authors once upon a time before the endless, pointless details and clothing took over her stories.