Donna Grant. St. Martin’s, $7.99 mass market (352p) ISBN 978-1-250-18291-3
In the 16th paranormal romance in Grant’s complexly plotted Dark Kings series (after Ignite), the stalemate between the Dragon Kings and the Light Fae is finally broken by a long-awaited battle. In the lead-up, Dragon King Kelton Dreagan must stop human anthropologist Dr. Bernadette Davies from sharing her “evidence” that dragons are real. Bernadette blew up her career and her comfortable life when Usaeil, the Queen of the Light Fae, revealed the existence of dragons to her as an attempt to sabotage that species. But when Bernadette meets Kelton, she begins to think that maybe the Fae Queen was biased, and there’s more to learn about dragons than she knew. As Bernadette falls for Kelton and explores Dreagan, Kelton’s whisky distillery in the Scottish highlands that doubles as a boundary to the realm of dragons, the other Dragon Kings prepare for war with the Light Fae. Series enthusiasts will revel in revisiting fan-favorite Dragon Kings and their mates, and appreciate the climactic battle scene that has been building for 15 books. Grant’s ability to quickly convey complicated backstory makes this jam-packed love story accessible even to new or periodic readers. (Nov.)
Reviewed on : 09/10/2019
Release date: 10/29/2019
Genre: Romance/Erotica
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