Hidden

  • Title: Hidden
  • Author: Kelley Armstrong
  • ISBN: 9781596064836
  • Page: 295
  • Format: ebook
  • Hidden Hiking through the snow holiday baking and playing board games by the fire what s not to love about an old fashioned family Christmas Werewolves Elena Michaels and Clayton Danvers want to give their
    Hiking through the snow, holiday baking and playing board games by the fire what s not to love about an old fashioned family Christmas Werewolves Elena Michaels and Clayton Danvers want to give their four year old twins, Kate and Logan, something their parents never had a nice, normal holiday No Pack responsibilities, no homicidal half demons or power hungry sorcerersHiking through the snow, holiday baking and playing board games by the fire what s not to love about an old fashioned family Christmas Werewolves Elena Michaels and Clayton Danvers want to give their four year old twins, Kate and Logan, something their parents never had a nice, normal holiday No Pack responsibilities, no homicidal half demons or power hungry sorcerers to deal with just the four of them, alone, at a chalet outside Ontario s Algonquin Park.Then a strange werewolf shows up at their door while the town is buzzing about a young man, back from college, found half eaten in the woods And there s the missing little girlWith all the signs pointing to a rogue mutt with a taste for human flesh, Elena and Clay have no choice but to investigate But are they the hunters or the hunted

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      Published :2019-05-09T17:15:15+00:00

    About Kelley Armstrong


    1. Kelley Armstrong has been telling stories since before she could write Her earliest written efforts were disastrous If asked for a story about girls and dolls, hers would invariably feature undead girls and evil dolls, much to her teachers dismay All efforts to make her produce normal stories failed.Today, she continues to spin tales of ghosts and demons and werewolves, while safely locked away in her basement writing dungeon She s the author of the NYT bestselling Women of the Otherworld paranormal suspense series and Darkest Powers young adult urban fantasy trilogy, as well as the Nadia Stafford crime series Armstrong lives in southwestern Ontario with her husband, kids and far too many pets.


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    1. Thank you, thank you Kelley Armstrong. This story is exactly what I wanted and needed to say goodbye to my beloved Clay and Elena. "Hidden" is a novella for the fans. It's not for people new to the Otherworld series. Yes, it would still make sense, but it wouldn't resonate. It wouldn't mean to you what it means to us.The basic premise is that Clay and Elena have brought their four year old twins away to a cabin to celebrate Christmas as a family. But the appearance of a mutt threatens their holi [...]

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    2. Thank the Book Lords! Another Clay & Elena story! :does snoopy dance:

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    3. Elena and Clay take their twins to Canada to celebrate a family Christmas together. But when a local teenager is found dead, his body mauled by a wolf, Elena begins to wonder if there is another werewolf in the area. Soon a mutt shows up on their doorstep, introducing himself and trying to make friends. Elena starts digging into the mutt's background. Is he a killer? Are there other missing or dead humans from this area? Juggling the Christmas holiday and their jobs isn't easy.This is an excelle [...]

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    4. A full-length, fully-developed story with a mystery format. Elena and Clay are two werewolves on a Christmas vacation getaway with their two children. While they're in town, a 'lone wolf' approaches them - and his overly-friendly attitude raises alarm bells. Does this guy know that Elena's her wolf pack's designated investigator? Has he been up to something (like, say, murdering humans) that's against pack rules?I had two categories of problems with this story. First, on a personal level: You ca [...]

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    5. Review posted: Happily Ever After - ReadsIt’s Christmas time and the Danvers/Michaels family is heading to a cabin to celebrate the holiday, just the four of them. The twins, Kate and Logan, are now 4 years old and it’s obvious that they’re leaps and bounds ahead of where they should be, in pretty much all aspects of their lives. They have advanced senses, reasoning, even reading skills as Logan is now enjoying the first book in the Harry Potter series. While Clay and Elena have kept from [...]

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    6. I want to start off by saying this is the best and most fulfilling novella I have EVER read!Clay and Elena take their two 4 year old children to a remote cabin to spend the Christmas holiday as a family. Their plans are changed by evidence there may be a man-eater in the area. Clay and Elena have to balance family with Pack duty while maintaining their "werewolf" secret from the twins. This novella drew me in from the start. It provides an excellent window into the inner workings of the Michaels [...]

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    7. At 193 pages (Kindle version), this novella is just short of being a full-blown novel. AND it's got pretty pictures. It takes place the Christmas after Frostbitten, and Clay and Elena have taken the kids to a secluded chalet in Canada for a family holiday (before the rest of the pack shows up on Boxing Day). The four of them are planning on making Christmas cookies, drinking hot chocolate, playing in the snow, etc but all of that gets interrupted when a mutt shows up their first night there. A m [...]

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    8. Nice short tale about Elena and Clay. The mystery isn't so mysterious, and quite frankly, I found the ending fight scene to be a little too predictable (why not have Nick do something?).However, what makes the novella a winner is the development of the family relationships in the Danvers clan. That is the reason for a fan of this series to read this book.

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    9. Upon receiving a review copy of Kelley Armstrong’s Hidden, I realized that I had only read a few books in her influential Women of the Otherworld series — and that the ones I had read weren’t the ones starring werewolf couple Elena and Clay. However, I had no trouble becoming engrossed in Hidden and understanding what was going on.Elena is unusual in Armstrong’s universe; she’s the only known female werewolf. She and Clay are married and raising precocious four-year-old twins, Kate and [...]

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    10. MY REVIEWI downloaded the kindle version of this novella from , and at over £3 thought it quite expensive for a novella. I am not so keen on the "comic" style cover even though it depicts Elena in human form and Clay in wolf form, with his penetrating blue eyes.As always with Kelley Armstrong, this novella is well written with a great balance of suspense, mystery and pack/family life. I really enjoyed the novella, we, the readers got to concentrate on Clay,Elena, Kate and Logan as prime charact [...]

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    11. Elena and Clay take the twins on holiday to spend their first christmas together as a family. Kate and Logan are four years old now, though they seem older especially Logan, who knows more about science than any four year old should. Elena and Clay's hopes for a quite family christmas are dashed when they come across another wolf. After finding out that a boy died under suspicious circumstances and a young girl was kidnapped, Elena and Clay investigate. Elena is also conflicted about whether to [...]

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    12. The Otherworld remains the most perfectly built world in paranormal/supernatural/urban-fantasy/whatever-you-want-to-call-it literature. I love Clay & Elena stories, and am head-over-heels for the twins. (Plus it has Nick, who is one of my favorite fictional boyfriends.) I know there is only one book left in the series, but can Kate & Logan please grow up and get a series of their own soon?

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    13. I loved looking in on Clay and Elena. They are my favorite from this series and throw in their kids and it made for a really delightful Christmas story.

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    14. Read in Otherworld Nights. This is a re-read for me as I own the ebook version too. This was a great pack story, out of any the Otherworld tales, the pack ones are always my favourites.

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    15. Actual rating: 1.5 starsHonestly, I was mostly drawn in by the artwork of the cover for this book. The art is pretty, and I was excited to see the art that was printed throughout the pages too. But the story it just wasn't that enjoyable for me.A story about wolves was kind of cool - I love Teen Wolf the TV show and have Maggie Stiefvater's Shiver series on my "to-read" list - but this was just kind of dull in comparison to other media I have encountered about werewolves.Perhaps I felt this way [...]

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    16. 4.5/5 (A-)Not surprisingly, I really enjoyed Hidden :) Where to start? LOL. I looooved seeing Elena and Clay as parents and their interactions with the twins! It was just so sweet! We've witnessed Elena and Clay's relationship evolved throughout the series, from Elena and Clay's reconciliation to Elena's concerns about them becoming parents and up to this point. I have to say, I'm really glad Ms Armstrong took this step with this relationship and the way she developed it. Yes, it was the natural [...]

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    17. Hidden is different from the other Clay and Elena stories in this series, but I feel that it is the perfect goodbye story for them. This novella wraps up their story and leaves the reader feeling as if no matter what happens, Clay, Elena, and the twins will be okay. There is not much action or suspense in this story, but there is quite a bit of mystery. Armstrong throws in a twist at the end that I didn't see coming. All in all, this is a must read for all of the fans of the Otherworld series. I [...]

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    18. Clay and Elena want some alone time with the kids before the Pack arrive for Christmas at the cabin. The kids are four now and their parents are wondering whether or not to tell them the truth about their heritage as nobody knows if they will be werewolves themselves. However, a lone wolf approaches them soon after they arrive, introducing himself and promising that he will not give them any trouble but Clay and Elena are instantly suspicious of him. The fact that a brutal murder blamed on anima [...]

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    19. I'm very sad that Kelley Armstrong will no longer be writing stories with the characters from the Otherworld series of books. They've been excellent and the stories are always gripping and funny and full of action and adventure. This story follows my favourite characters, the werewolves, as they (Elena and Clay) go on a Christmas vacation with their twins. I've been wanting her to write a story about the twins since they were born, but they've only been mentioned briefly until now. We finally ge [...]

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    20. I can't tell you how great it was being back in Clay and Elena's world! Well I guess I can, but any words that I could conjure up just wouldn't be adequate enough.While there is a mystery that unfolds throughout the story, it's only a small part of what makes this so enjoyable.Aside from the hunt for a potential man-eater, the story focuses on the twins and the questions surrounding the "will-they-or-won't-they" in regards to their chances of becoming members of the pack. Elena struggles with ho [...]

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    21. I really love the Otherworld series and Elena and Clay are my favourite characters so when I heard there was going to be a short story about them I knew I had to have it. This short story is about how Elena and Clay celebrate Christmas in a cottage with their kids. Ofcourse once they are there they find out there are two Muts (rogue werewolves) in the same area and they go investigate. This story is mainly a very nice and sweet story about Elena and Clay and how they interact with their children [...]

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    22. This Christmas themed novella about Elena, Clay and their family was heartwarming in true Armstrong style. So no sap, but sweet stolen moments, action and humor. As with their honeymoon, Elena and Clay just can't seem to get a break. In their quest to have a nice, normal Christmas time with their twins, they rent a cabin in the woods. Turns out, those woods are inhabited by nasty creatures. Frostbitten was the last Elena-narrated book in the Otherworld series, but Armstrong has promised the poss [...]

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    23. If you are fans of Clay and Elena, odds are you will love this one. There was a lot of classic Clay and Elena in the book, along with more of learning how they are as parents, and even time with some of the new packmates.I was surprised by the danger that managed to find it's way to them. You would think that being werewolves they wouldn't have to deal with this kind of problem, but these types of people are everywhere.I also loved how Elena and Clay struggled with filling the kids in on their s [...]

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    24. This was wonderful and not what I expected at all but wonderful still. Elena/Clay are my favourites so obviously I was going to love it no matter what but oh, this was a wonderful addition. Kate/Logan were so cute! I loved Kate, I think she's creeping up to be my favourite and she's only four! She's is so cute and fiesty and sassy I love it.I didn't actually expect what happened to happen but then Armstrong has never been shy with the plots she uses so it doesn't surprise me that respect. It was [...]

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    25. This is a book totally for the fans. If you have read the Otherworld series, you will really enjoy this book. If you haven't read Otherworld, I don't recommend starting with this because you will be lost. Like all series - read them in order!I am an Otherworld fan and Elena is my favorite character in the series, so I really enjoyed this book. This is a short novella about Clay, Elena, and the kids. Other reviews mention that this is a great way to say goodbye to Elena and Clay, but I think it's [...]

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    26. This is a really well-written novella that packs a lot into the short format. I love Elena and Clay,and the the story didn't disappoint. For me, the one misstep was the depiction of entirely too precocious 4-year old twins Kate and Logan. Logan's reading Harry Potter and Kate is "behind" in just reading kids' picture encyclopedias. Yes, they are supposed to be scary smart, but it was just a little too much, especially with the way they talk and how they are writing lists and schedules. It just s [...]

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    27. Again this is a novella but based on characters from the Women of the Otherworld series. And it features my favourite characters, the werewolves. Clay and Elena have taken their four year old twins on a winter break for Christmas. But of course they run into a "mutt" and have to investigate a possible murder. At the same time Elena is trying to decide when the right time would be to tell the children what they are. The story is good, a couple of good twists, but for regular readers and Pack fans [...]

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    28. Wonderful story! Very sweet. And the illustrations are beautiful. We get to know Kate and Logan better and they are adorable. Clay and Elena are great with each other and with their children. In my opinion they are the most stable and healthy couple in urban fantasy genre. It took them many years to rich this point but now they are in harmony. It is nice to read about them being happy. So take the book and get you Elena&Clayton fix!

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    29. Elena, Clay, well the whole pack have to be the favorites from Women of the Otherworld. And adding Logan and Kate it was just amazing. I really wanted to read more about them.They are adorable and it would be brilliant of Kelley Armstrong would write about them again, even if not a full novel.

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    30. Eh. Not a bad story, really. I loved reading more about the Pack children. But the artwork was truly awful. Super distracting and made me think this was a fanfic or something. I see the illustrator did a lot more in the Otherworld I'm sorry.Short, sweet winter/Christmas story along with the threat of a mutt hunting the family.

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