This book fits into so many genres: dystopia, fantasy, science fiction, and I could add more. This is definitely found this interesting and there was a lot going on. Definitely recommend this to anyone looking for something different then the normal. This is definitely intended for adults.
In this we a have a city that is clnstantly being terrorized by two dragons. The dragons have been targeting this city for a very long time. Some people have fled, others have chose to stick it out. In this world the wealthy are “safe” in their fancy homes in the outskirts of the city. In the city it is constant chaos not only because of the dragons, but also gangs.
I dislike all three of the main characters, but i think it is supposed to be this way.
There is so much in this book I seriously wonder why it wasn’t a series instead of a single installment.
ABOUT THE AITHOR:
Chandler Klang Smith is a graduate of Bennington College and the MFA Creative Writing Program at Columbia University. Her new novel THE SKY IS YOURS is now available from Hogarth/Crown. She lives in New York City.
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The last of her kind. Four hot alpha mates. A legacy of bloodshed.
When Ren Landis goes looking for excitement on her 21st birthday, getting kidnapped is a little more than she bargained for. So is finding out that shifters exist—and that she’s one too. As the last of the dragon shifters, she’s got a role to fulfill: Take the alphas of the four shifter groups as her mates and unite all shifter kind. No pressure, right?
Too bad Ren’s fate isn’t as simple as getting it on with four scorching-hot guys. Someone is out for dragon shifter blood, intent on finishing the massacre they started years ago. If Ren can’t figure out how to kickstart her buried powers, her life’s about to go down in flames.
*This steamy new reverse harem paranormal romance series is intended for readers 18+. Expect sexy situations, intense action, ongoing storylines, and a quartet of alluring wolf, bear, jaguar, and eagle alpha shifters you’ll wish you could make your mates.*
I have to admit that this story is quite a bit different from what I was expecting which while surprising is a good thing. The story to me falls more in the urban fantasy genre than the romance category. Don’t get me wrong, it has romance, lots of steamy passion and sizzling chemistry but is also full of intrigue and thrills that keep the adrenaline pumping and suspense builds throughout the story keeping readers glued to the pages. The characters are strong and compelling and draw the readers to them which makes it easy for the readers to become caught up in the unfolding story as they find themselves facing their lives that are taking a disturbing turn.
The author brought her intriguing reverse harem world to vibrant life with well written words that makes it easy for readers to picture the events as they happen and I was completely caught up in the story from the very beginning although I have to admit it was a bit disappointing when it ended in a cliffhanger, so I must warn you that is a serial romance.
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While attending the funeral of a fellow firefighter, Kristine starts a flirty conversation with a firefighter from Boston. Jayce Fierro is part of a family of firefighters. He’s also part of a family of Phoenixes, making it difficult to have any lasting relationships.
This was an ok book. I loved the flirty banter between Kristine and Jayce and the story flowed well. However, like with the other book I read in the series, the side characters tended to grate on me and dim my opinion of if.
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The Iron Rider concludes A Dance of Dragons as it is the final companion novella to the main series. While these stories don't add too much to the main series, if you liked Princess Leena, you will want to pick this up. It's not too long, and can easily be read in a single sitting. It's decent, although the main events in this story go a bit too smooth I think.
Thanks to the publisher for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!