Three Hours by Dannika Dark| ARC Review

Three Hours Synopsis:

Naya James is a confident woman who also happens to be an exotic dancer. She doesn’t care if people judge her, just so long as they don’t disrespect her. Life has been good, but when two dancers from her club are kidnapped, Naya risks everything to uncover the truth.

Wheeler is the black sheep of the family, evident from his extensive tattoo collection to his dark personality. Nothing like his twin brother, Ben, who can do no wrong. Wheeler’s pack loyalty is put to the test when Austin orders him to act as a bodyguard for a woman he’s despised for years—one who presses his buttons every chance she gets.

A dark secret unravels, uniting two enemies and threatening to fracture the brotherhood of the pack. A tortured soul, a violent past, a fiery romance, and a shocking twist that will leave you breathless.

Destiny will find you.

My Review: Four Hearts rating

I wanted to reach out to you in advance to let you know you will be receiving the ARC of “Three Hours” by Dannika Dark sent directly to your KINDLE in the next few hours.

When I heard the ping on my phone alerting me I had gotten an email, never did I expect that I would receive those very words. Thanks to the amazing Enchantress of Books Blog Tours I checked my kindle two hours later and there sat my beautiful ARC with that gorgeous man on the cover.

So must state this: I was given an ARC in return for an honest review.

As if my reviews would be anything but honest 😉

Three Hours is the 5th installment of the Seven Series by Dannika Dark. I fell in love with this series recently and reviewed every single novel on the blog, so if you want to read those you can read them here: Seven Years, Six Months, Five Weeks, Four Days

From the first time Naya and Wheeler meet, it was instant chemistry that had me bouncing because I knew they were going to make a great novel. A slap of fury, and a kiss of promise left them angry and burning for each other.

Dannika Dark does not fail her readers; giving us a little bit more of the Weston Pack, exciting adventures, sizzling chemistry, and an indescribable love between two people.

Wheeler had never really been a favorite of mine because of his sarcastic remarks and his tendencies to be well…an asshole. But as I learned with Reno, 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. I inhaled the whole damn book. Wheeler came out with such depth, and the story of him and Ben just cleared up a whole gigantic mess of unanswered questions. Naya is affectionate towards him in ways that nobody else is, but she loves toying with Wheeler’s emotions:

I chuckled softly. “I can’t help it. When someone is so uptight about sex, it just opens a door. Yours just happens to have a welcome mat in front of it.”

Her confidence in herself is appealing. And I love that Dannika didn’t make her this amazingly perfect woman, with perfect abs, perfect legs, and perfect everything. Naya is not America’s concept of a beautiful woman, but beautiful all the same. She’s curvy, but she owns her sexuality. And she’s never ashamed of her job, because she doesn’t see it as dirty, but rather as dancing and art.

I was a phenomenal dancer, and a woman in control of her sexuality is a powerful thing.

Wheeler and Naya’s attraction to each other is electric, and she is able to see deep down where the rest of the pack haven’t. The only one who ever came close to understanding Wheeler was Ivy in the novel Four Days, but she never got the chance to open him up either. Naya looked underneath the tattooed, sarcastic, broody male and saw the amazing, loving man beneath.


He didn’t want people to see the scarred creature beneath his skin. Didn’t want them to look at him with disappointment and disdain. So he bottled it up, hid in his room with his favorite leather chair, and dealt with life. Naya opened him up, and he helps her when she needs it most.Connectionwasaflame-threehours

I love the ‘no-drama’ aspect of this story. They accept how they are with each other, and there’s no back and forth drama. It’s really refreshing to just have two characters be like “well…fuck” haha.

So if you’ve never read any of the Seven Series, you need to start now. Start with the first one Seven Years and work you’re way through the addictive creatures of the Weston Pack.



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