Her Dragon To Slay
Lots of sass and the patented cock of her eyebrow have gotten Kyndel through most anything life has thrown at her. But will her moxie help when her destiny falls at her feet on a long dark trip home from work?
Over 100 years of honor and commitment to his ancient clan’s Guard have made Rayne the fearless leader all are proud to follow into battle. When the long foretold pull of his mate makes the calm, cool and collected Commander fall from the sky will he be able to save his mate from his enemies in time?
The chemistry between this strong-willed curvy girl and fierce warrior makes all the difference in the world where nothing is as it seems. The existence of an ancient race of honor-clad, tradition-bound protectors might be hard to accept but now the dead are coming back to life and holding a knife to her neck.
The Universe made her for him now it’s up to them to stay alive long enough to live happily ever after.
~ 3.5 Her Dragon To Slay Stars ~
Her Dragon To Slay is book one in Dragon Guards series by Julia Mills. I love dragon shifter books, so I picked this one up. I enjoyed this dragon tale, but some of the writing put me off.
Kyndel, a human. I enjoyed her and the witty banter that she does with Rayne (mate) and the other Dragon Guardsman. She has some type of connection to plants and healing, which is not fully talked about, but mentioned. She’s on the feminine side, but not a wilting lily or damsel in distress.
Rayne, dragon shifter and commander of the Dragon Guard. I enjoyed his strong protective instincts for his mate and those he protects. He is a fearless leader.
The plot moves quickly as most insta-love books tend to do. We get a cast of very hot sexy dragon shifters, that I really would like to learn more about. Each have their own unique personalities and colorful dragons. I was concerned that the Hunters and Wizards the author gave us where/are to week to kill the dragons off, but the author threw in a much better evil villein that will give the Dragon Guardsman a run for their money. The sex is hot if not sometimes a little vanilla, but still good to read.
What put me off was how many times the author said “the Universe had made her, just for him”, “the Universe did not make mistakes” or that they are “1000lb dragons”. Ya I get it. I’m hoping that this is not a recurring theme throughout the books. The only other thing that distracted me was the long winded monolog’s going on in the characters heads. Maybe I’ll get use to this from the author. Only time will tell.
As first books go in a series Her Dragon To Slay was a descent start. We have an underlining plot that seams interesting and the Dragons are enjoyable.
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