Audioreview: Winter Moon – Dannika Dark

Posted 30 January, 2017 by Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews in Reviews / 5 Comments

*I received a free copy of Winter Moon from Tantor Media via Tantor Media. This has in no way influenced my voluntary review, which is honest and unbiased *

Audioreview: Winter Moon – Dannika DarkWinter Moon by Dannika Dark
Narrator: Nicole Poole
Series: Seven #7.5
Published by Tantor Media on 29 November 2016
Genres: Adult, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Urban Fantasy
Length: 3 h 34 min
Format: AudioARC
Source: Tantor Media
Reading Challenges: Audio Challenge 2017, COYER Blackout
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The Weston pack waited until the last minute to prepare for Christmas. Spirits are low, and now they're in a scramble when a freak snowstorm knocks out the power. Despite bickering among packmates and the threat of rogues, the family is determined to make this a memorable Christmas.
But when an important family member goes missing, the pack is galvanized into action. Time is running out, and the temperature is dropping fast.

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Winter Moon was like an epilogue to the whole Seven series, and I felt like I was visiting with friends I hadn’t seen in a long time.

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As always, Poole narrated some of my favorite shifters to perfection, and Winter Moon included all of the characters that are part of the Weston pack. Poole’s voices managed to easily distinguish them all, and made my experience of a holiday without electricity a really good one. Some chapters gave a quick view into one of the main couple’s lives, while others involved the pack as a whole. There were a lot of funny quips, especially between the guys, and I loved seeing them with children being a bit older. Also, how the relationships had grown while still maintaining that initial excitement made me happy.

The main focus of Winter Moon, apart from the Weston pack, was Christmas. And while their holiday wasn’t traditional for most humans, it certainly was for them. Even with the power outage and the very late searching for a tree kind of felt like it was natural for these amazing shifters and their mates.

There was a little bit of a mystery in Winter Moon as well, as one of the family members disappeared and it took a while for the others to realise that person was not inside the house anymore. If you’re a fan of the Seven series, this one is a must-read (or a must-listen as it may be). And I hope that some of the interactions that happened are kind of foreshadowing of a possible future story for some of the younger characters!

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The only power burning inside their house was… love.

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About Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

Lexxie is a grad student in English Language and Literature, an avid reader, blogger, compulsive one-clicker and a genre omnivore. Ever since she learnt how to read she has been seen with a book or two in her hands everywhere she goes.

5 responses to “Audioreview: Winter Moon – Dannika Dark

  1. I’m hoping we get Melody and Lakota’s story some time. 😉 I enjoyed Winter Moon just as much as you did, Lexxie. It felt like it’d been awhile since I visited with these characters and I so liked spending time with them, seeing what all they were up to, etc. It was a treat!
    Happy Monday, wifey! I hope your week is off to a great start. I can’t believe it’s almost February! Already 2017 is flying by. The one good thing about that? May will be here before we know it. 😉 Love you and miss you!!! {{{BIG HUGS}}}
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