Taurus : Zodiac Dragon Guardians

  • by Kim Faulks
  • Narrated by Emily Bauer
  • Series: Zodiac Dragon Guardians
  • 7 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dark, Sexy. Powerful. This Zodiac Dragon Series will scorch the ears. Marcus Kane is the first of twelve. Dragon-born in the sign of Taurus he carries all the traits of the bull - the good and the bad. He's strong-willed, unbreakable. Deadly on land and in the sky, but when Marcus falls in love, he falls hard. He wasn't meant to fall for the wolf, Abrial. His only job was to protect those he loves - his family.
Abrial is an Alpha-born wolf. On the run from a rival pack, she will stop at nothing to defend what's hers - every wolf - and every inch of her new found territory - and she'll break all the rules to do it. But when the cruel Echo pack moves in ready to spill blood, Abrial comes up against an enemy deadlier than she understands. So she turns to a stranger for help - a man who drove into a tree to save her. A man who smells like danger, but looks at her with fire in his eyes. Marcus Kane.
Family. Honor. Love. What happens when those three collide? Who will be left standing? Who will be left heartbroken?

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Customer Reviews

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So Confusing and why is there only a girl voice?

So confusing. With all the different metaphors and descriptive sentences it's hard to keep track of what's actually going on with the story and what is a metaphor. It's even more confusing when the girl voice sounds girly speaking the male part. Needless to say this is a dud and I will not be continuing the series.
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- Amazon Customer

This was confusing

This series has potential. I like premise of the twelve dragon shifters...one for each zodiac sign and that they are supposed to be the Guardians. Love a good story about "Protectors"...but they just are barely existing until a run in with a werewolf has them getting back to living, back to protecting again.

The majority of the book provided some background, but I felt most of the book was filled with darkness, angst and a lot of turmoil. While the story had good moments, it was confusing at a lot within the story and at some points I was confused who was speaking. I was also confused if they really shifted into two beings, their sign and their dragon....I had more questions it all felt like I was left in the forest without a pack or dragon!

Worth a credit: No....not sure if the story gets better, but I don't feel invested enough in the characters to find out.
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- Nadine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-18-2017
  • Publisher: LMBPN Publishing