Nevermore (Crossbreed Series #6)

Nevermore (Crossbreed Series #6)

by Dannika Dark

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Raven Black risks it all for loyalty and love in this stunning continuation in the USA Today bestselling Crossbreed series.

Raven returns to her childhood home to rebuild her severed relationship with her father. After a long year of capturing violent criminals and thwarting assassination plots, she could use a vacation.

But trouble is brewing on the home front. When Raven discovers her father is in financial peril, she's determined to set things right even if it means sacrificing her heart in the process. Meanwhile, her relationship with Christian is on shaky ground when a skeleton falls out of his closet. Will they be able to leave the past behind, or is the trust between them dead and buried?

When the bonds of love are put to the test, only the courageous will prevail.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161473061
Publisher: Dannika Dark
Publication date: 01/13/2019
Series: Crossbreed Series , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 3,734
File size: 678 KB

About the Author

Dannika Dark is a USA TODAY Bestselling author and Audie Awards Finalist of urban fantasy and paranormal romance novels. Her books have sold millions of copies worldwide.

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Nevermore 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Anonymous 10 months ago
I love this series and this book did not disappoint! Action packed with fights, with romance, intrigue and best of all a beautiful storyline about what family means. Weather it’s biological or friends who become family by always being there when you need them! Dannika Dark is on of my favorite authors and writes wonderful captivating stories that you can wait to read. And I makes you impatient to wait for her next great book.
gaele 7 months ago
AudioBook Review: Stars: Overall 5 Narration 5 Story 5 Taking a bit of a break from the non-stop action and information uncovering, this story focuses more on Raven and Christian, and how they came to be the people they are. Raven is visiting with her father and taking a break from Christian – they aren’t speaking and she needs a break to regroup and relax. But, this is the Crossbreed world, and ‘relax’ isn’t a word that fits well in this world. Again, Dark has managed to build the expansion of the world to fit with the one so well-detailed to this point, and Raven’s Da is pretty much what you’d expect – a bit snarky, a touch tender and of course he’s being threatened by something ‘more’ than what is apparent. The moments between Raven and her father are clever and feel plausible, and her father’s reaction to Christian with the barbs they exchange and the conflict that really isn’t – as they both want only the best for Raven. Poor Christian though, as we see his life and what brought him to this point, and both he and Raven have endured so much to get to where they are and aren’t, it almost felt as if we all needed this break to better understand them both, and thus their connection. And it’s most certainly there – full of light and funny moments, some awful events and threats from the outsiders who felt as if they could influence, for the worse, the connection he and Raven share. When you add in lions, a bitchy vamp and some funny asides from other members of the team, Raven’s Da and even from Raven and Christian themselves, this is a story that provides a nice interlude from the non-stop questions and action and allows everyone a moment to breathe. Nicole Poole, again, performs the story and becomes a highlight with her deft voicing for both Raven and Christian. It’s easy to pick them out from scenes as her voicing has remained consistent, and her performance never falters – introducing new and familiar characters, giving them life and form, and adding moments to ‘breathe’ where laughter or tension is the only response. She’s brought these characters and this story into an ‘experience’ as nothing of the author’s intention is lost in this performance and keeping listeners hanging on her every word. I received an AudioBook copy of the title from Tantor Audio for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
Anonymous 11 months ago
I think this book is so far my favorite in the series! We got to see more of her father and Raven and Christian finally declare their love and intentions! And love how he showed her that he loves and wants only her. If you enjoy kick butt women and strong characters then you'll enjoy this series or any of Dannika Dark's books.
Anonymous 4 days ago
There was a nice introduction to new characters and the shifter breed and while we get some resolution to the love story, I wish there weren’t the loose ends on the baddies.
Anonymous 19 days ago
I love ALL of Dannika's books. This one knocked me out! Keep them coming!!
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Anonymous 6 months ago
Great book didn’t want it to finish. Looking forward to the next book in this series.
Anonymous 7 months ago
I have read every book in all the series. Funny and romantic.I enjoyed and loved them all. Thank you Dannika for hours of entertainment.
Anonymous 7 months ago
This book does not disappoint. I fall in love with the characters a little more with each book. In this one you get to see another side to Christian Poe and learn some of the past that has shaped him into who he is. Raven may be a badass female but you are also reminded how young she still is especially compared to the other immortals. Can not wait for the next book!
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Another great book from Dannika Dark!wonderful addition to the series.
Anonymous 9 months ago
I love Dannika Dark and this series is by far my favorite. I love the complicated but authentic relationship of the main characters. This book was probably my least favorite in the series. It was good but I felt it way centered to much around Crush. Didn't feel it had enough keystone in it. But after said that it's still a wonderful book and I cant wait till the next one.
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Love this series, great book, lots of action
Anonymous 10 months ago
Every book I read in this series gets better.I have read every series she has written and every book is a treat.Try one book in any of her series you won't regret it.Interesting characters and page turning stories.
Mikky 10 months ago
* Beware of spoilers for past novels in this series. To tell you the truth I tried to make the audio book to this novel last. I didn't succeed very well considering I read it in 8 days but I sure tried to string this along and milk it for all it was worth. I have to say that I didn't dislike the road this novel ended up traveling. It was a departure from the loose formula past books have established. This was one of the more character driven books and considering I'm VERY invested in anything relating to this series I liked it regardless. Raven just had the rug pulled from under her by a person she trusts. The events in this novel shows how she deals with that while still trying to solve a problem that's come up later on. Things eventually work out but it's a long road to get there. The outcome of everything though was totally worth it! Christian kind of proved himself worthy in this novel. I don't want to come right out and say it but OMG IT FINALLY HAPPENED! I'm so happy and yet skeptical of everything at this point. I'm scared this may be the calm before the storm just like Gaslight was the calm before the ending to Blackout hit. I loved the new characters that have been introduced in this novel! So much fodder for even more spin-off novels. If only writing books were an easier and faster process. I'll take cliff notes at this point just to get a possible glimpse into what happens to them in the future! The ending was so sweet! I can't wait for the next book in this series. It sounds like the next book may resume with the pre-established formula of solving crime and developing characters in the midst of it all. The Audio Book: Nicole Poole is at the top of my favorite narrator's list. We got off to a rocky start but I've learned to appreciate her voice with its beautiful range of accents and realistic male and female voices. This narration was no different!
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Anonymous 11 months ago
It wasn't the action story I'd expected from the series, but Nevermore held me captive for 300pages. After Keystone, the best book of the series.
valerie holm 11 months ago
These books keep getting better and better! The Crossbreed books can be read independently, but I always advocate reading each book in a series. Nevermore is book six, and many of the story-lines gain more depth when you experience them all. I love the Keystone group. They are a diverse family of supernatural beings, all trying to overcome painful pasts. This book veers away from the case per week format while the group spends some long needed vacation time. Since the introduction of Raven's father Crush a few books back, I have been eager to spend some time with him. Raven has been dealing with a great deal of guilt about how she left things with Crush. This book was Raven's second chance to show Crush how much he means to her. They have some poignant moments, ones that honestly brought me to tears. Having lost both of my parents this past decade, I understand Raven's desire to make things right with Crush. When a sudden event takes away the ability to see those you love every day, it magnifies prior interactions. The desire to make sure they know how you feel can be overwhelming. What Raven discovers is that Crush knows. Nothing changed the love he has for her, or his desire to see her safe and happy. It was cathartic for me. I enjoyed getting to see some of Christian's history in this book. Difficulties from Christian's past feel authentic to my perception of him. Sufficiently putting his issues to rest might prove difficult, but at least they are in the open. Raven and Christian come a long way by the end of Nevermore. The start of the book finds them at a crossroads in their relationship. It worried me that by the end a decision would not come to pass. But one did. And I am fully satisfied with what occurred. When Niko and Claude acknowledge seeing past the secret Raven and Christian were trying to keep, it cracked me up. Guess they weren't as sneaky as they thought. Which was, in all actuality, apparent before being stated. The rest of the gang continue to grow. Niko finally realizes the benefit of coming clean about his current predicament with Cyrus. Shephard bonding with Hunter is another moment of deep emotion for me. The two of them went through so much they deserve some peace and comfort. It is nice everyone has begun to see Keystone as a place of safety for them. The secrets they hold are no longer something they have to shoulder all alone. Some random, spoilery thoughts: Lenore is not done with Christian, and I think that could be very bad. I am a little scared about what Houdini is going to do next. We have never seen him truly mad before, and I think he is pretty perturbed with Raven. We have not seen the last of Switch, I hope. With his background issues, Keystone could be a good fit for him. Okay, Kira is a mystery that must be solved. Speculating about her is driving me crazy. I highly recommend any book written by Dannika Dark, but the Crossbreed series is my favorite. They are good for anyone who enjoys Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance novels. Read them all, you will not be disappointed. Then tell your friends to read them too!
Anonymous 11 months ago
Loved it. Each book is better than the one before.