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Changeling Dawn Paperback – January 1, 2012
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"This third entry in the Macleod werewolf family saga is the best one yet. Harper skillfully builds characters and situations that evoke empathy for the good citizens of both the human and shapeshifter species. The drama of the tracking and kidnapping of a young changeling child makes for page-turning suspense..." - RT (Romantic Times)
"Not your everyday werewolf story line. Changeling Dawn has romance, kidnapping, and murder...along with some mystery and intrigue." - Dee's Musings
"Changeling Dawn is filled with so much passion, mystery, action and some heart ache (it even made me cry). It is so far the best in the series. Dani Harper brings so much passion into these characters and they seem so real. Kenzie and Josh have amazing chemistry that grabs your attention as soon as they meet." - Awesomesauce Book Club
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In the real final frontier of the Alaskan wilderness, Kenzie is driving towards a locale near Chistochina where she has permission to dig for Ahtna tribal artifacts. She gives a ride to Alaska Department of Fish and Wildlife expert Josh Talarkoteen who was stranded with two flats. When a cub becomes endangered, c he fretfully thinks back to the nightmare of another child in Afghanistan. Josh soon comes to Kenzie's camp to search for the lost cub that he knows is a Changeling just like Kenzie is as he belongs to the Tahltan tribe who read auras. As they try to help the frightened distrusting Changeling, Josh and Kenzie fall in love, but each has traumas to overcome while others have a different outcome in mind.
The latest Macleod werewolf romantic suspense (see Changeling Moon and Changeling Dream) is a superb thriller due to strong cast and location. Both protagonists suffer from Post traumatic Stress Disorder which motivates them to save the child while others in the area kidnap the young Changeling. Relationship driven with whether to trust or not to trust the key feelings, fans will enjoy this terrific taut tale.
I recommend reading all three stories if you're thinking of giving this one a shot, you won't be disappointed.
What I liked best were the story lines and how the author brought her characters to life. They were fun and truly made me a follower of hers.
I have seen that she will be putting out another book in a new series in August, and I can't wait. I recommend her books highly.
Good books if you like paranormal romance with some pretty steamy romantic scenes.
The leading charactor in this book, Kenzie McCloud, is even more alive and vibrant than Zoey and Jillian from the first two books. Combined with digging (in this case literally) into the past we also have a look at a future that could destroy the entire changeling species.
Kenzie is emotionally damaged causing her to have a very strong racist attitude toward all humans and trust issues up the whazzoo! As with the lead charactors in the first two books, Kenzie is strong and independant with a "take no prisoners" attitude. I loved her.
Add in a human with a lot of patience and a little girl who stole my heart and you have what I believe is the best of the series so far.
As with the first two books all of the supporting charactors are a part of this book in some way, adding a feeling of continuity to the entire series. We get to find out how the charactors from the earlier books are doing without having them walk all over the new book. And, in the end, I felt like I could look forward to finding out where the whole family goes from here.
I won't give it away, but I really liked the ending.
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