Audiobook Review: Fire in His Embrace (Fireblood Dragons, #3). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Fire in His Embrace by Ruby Dixon

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

There’s only one way to tame a dragon.

Emma Arroyo knows this. She also knows that the big golden dragon captured by her brother’s biker gang is in trouble, and it’s all her fault. He followed her scent, and now his life is in danger.


She has to fix this, somehow. If she could talk to the dragon, they could form a plan to escape, both of them. But the dragon’s mind is wild and full of uncontrollable, killing rage. There’s no reasoning with him. There’s certainly no freeing him, not when he’s like this. But Emma can’t leave without him. 


There’s only one way to solve this problem – a mating. When Emma approaches Zohr to claim him as hers, she realizes just what it means to be a dragon’s mate, and how much she’s in over her head…


And she learns how fiercely possessive a drakoni male can be.

Fire in His Embrace

Smelly Emma!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Narrator: 🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧
Romance: 💙💚🖤💛
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌏
Character development: 🧐😕😍😗

The heroine: Emma – she is Sasha’s friend from the previous book, Fire in his Kiss. Though in that book she was almost always unwashed and covered in deer urine to hide herself from dragons. In this book she is a highly independent and intelligent woman capable of taking care of herself in most situations.

The Hero(s): Zohr – a Drakoni male who is lured into a trap with when the Salorian, Azar and his group of bikers hang Emma’s panties on a flagpole in order to trap a dragon looking for his mate

The Story: Emma’s brother is one of the gang that is with Azar. When the bikers come across Emma, her brother insists that she come with them. She becomes the personal cook for Azar since he gets all the best foods.

Though at some point she finds that her panties were used to lure a Drakoni male and he is being held in the empty pool in the hotel they are living in and that he is chained down so he can barely move and locked up in a contraption that will decapitate him and/or destroy his wings if he shifts into dragon form. She feels responsible and is determined to free him.

I liked the small differences in this book than in some of the others in this series I have read. Of course when she first comes across Zohr, she can’t communicate with him, she is aware of what she has to do in order to connect with him and communicate.

Some of the other books went on too long where the two main characters were barely able to talk to each other. So I was happy that in this one they are able to talk (in their minds) pretty early on. I liked the narration, both Noelle Bridges and Jeremy York did terrific jobs as these characters and I am still liking this series.


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