Narrated by Nicole Poole
Seven Series #6.5
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Prince was always a good character, though he seemed a bit of a stuffed shirt to me. Guess that’s what you get when you are an ancient one. I loved that he could falls for such a casual laid back woman like Kat, who to top it off is a bounty hunter! She was a kickass leading lady. I enjoyed their chemistry, and the way she slowly got him to loosen up. There was some good laughs, and interesting situations. You didn’t see much of the Weston Pack in this book, so if you haven’t read the other books in this series you could read this as a stand-alone. However, it's nice to read it in order as Prince does appear in the previous books a few times.
This was an easy listen for me. Nicole Poole did well with her Russian accents, though I kept hearing “RED” from the show Orange is the new black… I am have just started the last book in the series. I am glad I picked these up!
This is a full-length novel
After seven hundred years, Prince has acquired everything a Packmaster could desire. But when he meets the enchanting Nadia Kozlov, he realizes there’s one thing he doesn’t have: answers. Prince owes his life to a man he hasn’t seen in centuries, and Nadia holds the key to his whereabouts, because that man is her father.
Destinies collide when Nadia’s sister shows up unexpectedly. Katarina is a skilled bounty hunter, hot on the trail of a nefarious outlaw who turns out to be Prince’s old nemesis. Prince teams up with Nadia’s sister to track down the Mage, but the real game of cat and mouse is already underway as sparks fly between Prince and the cunning bounty hunter.
The only trouble? Nadia wants him too.
In the Seven series timeline, this full-length novel is 6.5. However, Charming can also be enjoyed as a stand-alone.