The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌍
Character development: 😳🤬😏🤓
The heroine: Amy – Amy is the younger sister of Claudia from the first book in this series. After the rift appeared and Dragons came to earth, Amy was injured and she now has a limp and chronic pain since the bone didn’t heal correctly. Claudia has always taken care of Amy and she has never had to fend for herself.
The Hero(es): Rast – one of the Drakoni (dragon shifters) that came through the rift. Rast was a Major in the Salorian army on their home world. The Salorian’s were like the upper class on their world and have the ability to control the minds of the Drakoni. They made slaves of the Dragons and Rast thinks he is bad because he joined the Salorian army by choice in order to feed his starving family. He feels responsible for his brother’s death.
The Story: Amy was safe after the first book, though she was living with her sister Claudia and Claudia’s dragon mate. In order to stay safe, Amy had to stay in the apartment and keep her scent covered by rarely bathing so other dragons don’t find out that she is an unmated female.
Amy is the classic protected romantic heroine and dreams of having a prince come rescue her and love her forever so she can live happily ever after. She goes to stupid lengths to make that happen and is surprised when her prince turns out to be a crazy and scary dragon.
I actually liked this story. Amy is a weak girl with a limp who wants and needs someone to protect her. Rast is exactly what she wanted and needs and he is overprotective and jealous to the extreme. He wants to only be with Amy and keep her to himself.
I liked seeing Amy come into her own and find her strength even if her strength is due to the fact that she has a big scary dragon at her back. I have been listening to these books out of order because I had to put them on hold on Libby, but it is working out fine. This was Dual POV and Dual Narration but told mostly from Amy’s POV. The narrators were good and I plan to read more of this series.
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