Dragon Guards #9
September 29th 2015
Book 9 in the Dragon Guard series. The books can be read as stand-alone stories, but it is advisable to read them in order to get the most enjoyment from the series.
He’d seen the golden highlights of her strawberry-blonde hair glistening in the firelight and it was obvious. When the seductively soft scent of Angel’s trumpets with their light lemony overtones had invaded his senses, Liam Drennan just knew she was the one the Universe had made for him and him alone.
The few times he’d decided to go to her something had pushed him away, made it impossible for him to get near her. He’d felt the mating call, even sensed the beginning of the mating bond, but something dark almost evil within her had shut it down and denied him access to his mate. There was something about Hannah McKennon that didn’t add up.
Now, all Liam had to do was figure out how to tell his brethren’s mate that her best friend had something evil living inside her. Who was he kidding? There was no way this was going to end well for anyone involved.
Oh great! Just another day in paradise.
This book contains explicit sexual material and violence. It is only suited for mature readers 18 years of age and older.
~ 3 Her Dragon’s Soul Stars ~
Her Dragon’s Soul is book nine in the Dragon Guards series by Julia Mills.
This was a quick and ok read. The author does a good job helping the reader understand quickly the way of dragons and mates, so this can stand a lone. The story starts of with Liam and Hannah having already courted for some time, so the relationship is already on its way to a full mating. We don’t get much relationship building, not a lot of action or adventure happens in this one, and Hannah’s rescue seamed to easy. Not much of a plot to talk about. I did enjoy the mating ceremony; because each dragon does something different for their mate.
As things go this one felt to much like the same old same old. Nothing new or exciting happens and it turned out to be just an ok read.
*Disclaimer: I purchased this book for my own consumption. I was not given any type of copy for a review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
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