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This was another good read from the Dragon Kind series. This one is about Dmitri and Faith who meet at an archeological dig on the island that Dimitri ruled as the dragon king, eons ago. Faith has uncovered a dragon skeleton and Dmitri goes there to figure out how he could have left one of his dragons there alone when he sent all his whites across the dragon bridge.
Of course, the dark fae turn up and Dimitri and Faith have to kill them, but not before they kill two of Faith’s dig members. Feeling things were getting worse they decided to take the skeleton back to Dreagan, and things only got worse. This was the most exciting Dragon King book so far, IMO.
I do like that Ms. Grant moves from one person to another: From Rhi to Ulrik, to Mikkel, to Balladyn and Taraeth. It makes the book so much better and a lot more interesting spending time with the other players and not always at Dreagan with Dmitri and Faith. Oh, and I really liked the 2 or 3 conversations between Rhi and Con about Usaeil, considering how much they dislike each other. Are they suddenly allies?
The ONLY thing I absolutely HATED about this book, (other than the narration)? The hero was DIMITRI and Faith called him MUSCLES 85 times. Totally ridiculous! God, I just hate stupid pet names. It lost a star because I cringed every time she said that name.
There is explicit sex in this book and the F-bomb was used 12 times.
As to the narrator: I’m absolutely done with Anthony Ferguson. I gave him another chance with Smoke and Fire, which was released 4/5/16 and then again with this book, released 3/7/17 and still he sucks, no matter what his fans say. His women’s voices sound terrible and he doesn’t read with any feeling whatsoever when a female is talking. I had to give up on the sex scene it was so bad.
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Would you try another book from Donna Grant and/or Antony Ferguson?
I've been reading this series since dark warriors, and nearly 30 books in, the story is starting to get old. What more do we have to do to get an end to this series? And the narrator nearly made me stop and get the book to read it myself. This is one of the worst narrations I have experienced ; the female voices are cringe worthy.
Would you ever listen to anything by Donna Grant again?
I'm starting to wonder that myself
Would you be willing to try another one of Antony Ferguson’s performances?
Only if I can be assured that he does not do female voices