Centuries ago, Illarion was betrayed - a dragon made human against his will, then forced to serve humanity as a dragonmount in their army, and to fight for them in barbaric wars, even while he hated everything about them. Enslaved and separated from everyone he knew and from his own dragon brothers, he was forced into exile in a fey realm where he lost the only thing he ever really loved.
Now he has a chance to regain what's been lost - to have the one thing he covets most. But only if he gives up his brothers and forsakes the oaths he holds most dear. Yet what terrifies him most isn't the cost his happiness might incur, it's the fact that there is just enough human in his dragon's heart that he might actually be willing to pay it and betray everything and everyone - to see the entire world burn....
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I have read/ listened to all of Sherrilyn's DH and league books and have never been this disappointed! For literally half the book, I think she just copied from "Son of no one", and "Dragonsbane". There was an entire chapter that I skipped, because I had just listened to it earlier this week.
When you actually focused on the main characters for the first half of the book, it was a good story. "SPOILER" All of a sudden you skip 10 years and she dies!! There was little to no emotion leading into that portion of the story. It was like an afterthought, not the main source of conflict in the book. Had I not know from previous books that she dies, it would have been even more of a WTF!
I prefer Fred To Holter and am wondering why he was skipped? I know Holter does Nick and Fred does League, and they usually switch with DH. Holter did Dragonbane and Son of no one, so I'm wondering why he is doing the majority?
It seems like you didn't even try with this one! I will be returning this book and getting my money back. I do not want to pay full price for a book that literally took chapters from previous works.
Repeating story lines