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This book centers around the female lead, Willow who is running from a bad
partner and the male lead, Zarin.
Zarin can not believe who, or what, just walked into of his life but it isn't
smooth sailing, at least not at first.
Overall a well written, past paced book filled with likable characters.
Connor Brown did well with the narration.
"This audio book was provided by the author at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.
Can Willow and Zarin work through their differences and accept one another before it’s too late?
Another great addition to this series - love the main characters and their connection to each other. An amazing read that is a promising addition to this series.
Perfect for readers of paranormal romance.
The narrator does an excellent and fantastic job of giving life to this series. Love it!
This dragon shifter series seems to follow a particular pattern. So far all three books feature a growing tribe of vulnerable half breed dragons while each book focuses on one member finding his mate. The mates are human and seem to be more vulnerable than the dragons. But don't mistake them for weak because each ends up sharing her respective mate's burdens. Each book so far is complete by itself but there are always hints of something larger on the horizon. As such each story is like a piece of a jigsaw puzzle that together will lead to the larger picture. It is worth noting that each subsequent story has the characters from the previous books and is almost like a continuation of the tribe's story.
That said, Zarin's story has all the magic expected from this series. Zarin experiences his instant awareness and attraction for Willow who arrives into town escaping from an abusive relationship. She is attracted to Zarin but also extremely cautious of men. Zarin may have been willing to give her time to adjust but the arrival of a 10 year old boy in need of family and protection speeds up the process. Suddenly the need to find their connection as a couple to face the problems coming at them from different directions becomes paramount.
My only disappointment was that the tribe didn't face-off with Willow's ex. I felt this issue was left a little unresolved but then the story isn't very long and Willow and Zarin's choices definitely reflect the priorities of new parents and family.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.