Draekon Destiny: Exiled to the Prison Planet by Lee Savino
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 🤐🤫☺️😍
The heroine: Felicity – she is the catty b
witch of the group and readily admits she has behaved that way, especially to Olivia, since Olivia reminds her of her cousin Chloe. On Earth, Felicity was treated like an indentured servant by her aunt, uncle and cousin, she definitely live a cinderella “before the ball” life. She is now pregnant and not speaking to her mates, Xan and Lud.
The Heroes: Xanthox and Luddox – They turned in to Dragons as soon as they saw Felicity. Which means she is their fated mate. Things were good for a while, then they helped Herrix and Belfox build a ship that they were planning to use to escape the prison planet.
The Story: This takes place directly after the events from Draekon Abduction. Felicity overheard Xan and Lud talking about the spaceship they helped build and how they were going to leave the prison planet and leave her behind. Though we know she must have misunderstood because the reason they didn’t leave with Herrix and Belfox was because there was only room for four and they couldn’t bring her with.
Felicity isn’t the only one with issues from the past. Lud found out he was a father just minutes before he was tested and found to be Draekon. He was sent to the prison planet as his daughter was sent into the system since her mother passed away. Xan grew up wealthy with strict and uncaring parents who were all about status.
This book had quite a bit of relationship drama and was told partially in flashbacks to their pasts, to the time the guys first met, and to the time Xanthox and Luddox were working with Herrix and Belfox to build a spaceship and what happened to their relationship. The intimate scenes were quite steamy and we get to see another side to felicity than in the previous book.
The story is told in multiple points of view by three narrators Misty Dawn, Jasper Woodcock and Ry Forest. The narration was dual narration with the males doing all the voices within the chapters that are told from the male points of view and the female doing the chapters told from the female point of view. Not my favorite type of narration, but these narrators do a great job and have pleasing voices.
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