"READERS CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF THE SEVEN SERIES!"
USA Today Bestselling series
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.
Winter Moon is a bonus novella that takes place after the final book in the series, One Second.
PRAISE FOR THE SEVEN SERIES...
"This is a terrific series that I enjoyed so much I would reread it. I would love to see the Seven Series turn into a TV series or movie." - Diane's Book Blog
"It made me fall in love with urban fantasy all over again." - Smokin' Hot Book Blog
"This book is moving, sweet, funny, sexy as hell and stealthily weaves its way into your heart when you aren't looking." - The Lightning Room
The love story that kept shocking me into never setting my book down. Losing sleep seems to be a requirement when reading anything written by Dannika." - Paranormal Raven
"...exciting adventures, sizzling chemistry, and an indescribable love between two people. Dannika has a way of taking the easily forgettable(and unlikable) character and turning him into a hero that we crave more of. And I inhaled him." - In the Binding
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Excellent novella about Christmas love and family! We have Sparty missing, power outage but does this stop Christmas, NO! We read about the love of family but there is the open story of Lakota and possibly Melody? Enjoy these snippets !
Too much raw sex. I am going to read some adult books by men who don’t need to use sex to write a good book. Got to wash the smut outta my mind. Too bad so sad.
I love Dannika Dark! The Shifter series and the Mageri series are both cleverly written and engaging. I enjoy the family dynamic between the characters and the interconnected storylines. Another well written work, keep them coming!