Narrator: Nicole Poole
Length: 13 hrs 5 mins
Series: Seven #7
Published by Dannika Dark on April 3, 2016
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Love. Family. Brotherhood.
Lexi has faced personal struggles, but nothing has prepared her for the most perilous battle of her life. Shifters are on the brink of war as Northerners target Colorado in an attempt to infiltrate the borders. Texas winds up on the hit list, and the Weston pack prepares to fight for their land… and for their lives.
Austin’s courage is put to the test when rogues want to seize his land and slaughter his pack. But that’s not all he’s facing as two shocking revelations turn their lives upside down. His love for Lexi is unwavering, but their future is uncertain.
Will the local packs set aside their differences to fight together, or will this be the end of peace among Shifters? Stand witness to the epic conclusion of the Seven series.
Destiny will find you.
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I was anticipating as well as dreading this book. I loved this series so much and didn’t want to see it end. However, I was also so excited to see how things come together for the characters of the series. This is what One Second was. This is a story of Lexxie and Austin, but it’s also a story of the pack as a whole.
Lexxie and Austin are living their perfect life. They have the pack all together and their relationship has only strengthened during all the years this series has taken us through. However, things can’t stay calm and uncomplicated for long. Rogues have decided they are going to start a war with the packs to try and take land. The Weston pack is not safe from this threat.
Over the months this story covers, we see growth with Austin and Lexxie, as well as the bonds between the packs. Surprises pop up that leave the Weston pack, Austin and Lexxie with some serious decisions to make. The lengths they will go to protect the pack and it’s land are tested.
Ok, I’m just going to say it. I cried. Maybe I’m getting sentimental in my old age, but this book made me cry like a baby. Not only because it is the ending to the series, but because of all the pack goes through in this book. The challenges they are faced with and how they all come together as a family or pack unit shows how they are all destined to be together.
Through the worst of it, we see everyone come together. The times that lives are hanging by a thread and you’re holding your breath to see what happens next, you have all of the Weston pack, including the children, coming together for support.
I loved every exciting minute of One Second. The danger and threats to the happy moments everyone goes through kept my emotions up and down throughout the book. It was an emotional ride and brought laughs and tears. I was so invested in this story that every situation had my heart twisting and turning. The Seven series couldn’t have ended any better. The story ended and I had a broad smile on my face despite the feeling of loss that the series was over. Luckily I still have a couple of novellas to listen to, but I know they won’t be the same.
Dannika Dark created a series that brought out a myriad of characters and personalities. She put them all through some major hurtles but in the end, we were left with a smile and a great HEA. The Seven series gave me a great group of listens and I am so glad that I dove into this series. The pairing of this series with the amazing narration of Nicole Poole totally blew me away and made this Dannika Dark binge ride I’ve been on something that will stick in my mind for sometime to come. You know you’re involved in the story when you accidentally start telling people in real life things that happened to characters in the books like they happened to real people you know. I caught myself a few times. These characters became so real to me. I recommend Dannika Dark and Nicole Poole to all PNR & UF readers!
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