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    So good Love this series

    Dannika is one of my favourites. She makes you laugh and then cry. I love the little gifts she gives us from past series charactors.
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    Thought it was ok

    I didn't care for Ravenheart as much as the first book in the series. It fell flat with minimal suspense, much of it predictable. I wasn't feeling the chemistry between Raven and Christian like I did the first book. I was pretty disappointed because I usually love all of Daninika Dark books. Hoping I'll live the next one better when it comes out.
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    Another addiction

    Ok love the books of Dannika Dark. I knew when I would get started, I 'd be bummed out. Because now I have to wait till September for the next one.
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    Breakdown

    Ravenheart is the second installment to a trilogy that is by far the best that Dannika has written to date. Its witty, dry humor is infectious and flows easy through the naritive. Many might inevitably compare it to other vampire/mage/shifter novels, yet it is refreshing and an intriguing deviation from books by Grace Dravins or Jenn Stark's. Thus also far more entertaining than the more salacious Bec McMaster Dark arts.
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