Dragon Sin (The Dragon Kin, #5)
Publish date: December 10th 2012
Publisher: Piper Verlag
Pages no: 400
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Dragon Kin (#5)
Review originally posted at RabidReads.com. This is such a fun series. While it is a paranormal romance, I would still recommend reading the series in order, as the overall story arc is very much needed. I’m not sure that you would be completely lost, but I think you would better unders...
Really loved it. After the last book I wasn't sure what to expect but Rhona and Vigholf were so normal and funny and lovable. The book was full of action and funny little moments I've learned to appreciate a lot.And all the other characters from previous books were there, too. Well, I almost decided...
I didn't like this one as much as others in the series. It doesn't immediately grab you and I found it difficult to get into. The many characters and enemies are introduced too quickly. Every time I thought I had a handle on it, some other faction/character was introduced. The story bounces around...
Inhalt: Rhona die Furchtlose ist fürs Kämpfen geboren. Und als erste Tochter einer Familie von Kriegern hat sie für ihr Ansehen hart gearbeitet. Jetzt ist ihr Platz bei ihrer Truppe, dummerweise besteht diese jedoch aus ungebildeten Nordland-Drachen, die glauben, eine Frau sei nur dazu da, Kinder zu...
My favorite book so far in this series. The war has been going on for 5 years when the book opens. This one is the most serious so far. There is a little bit of everything in this one.