Draven Winterbourn is the devilishly handsome king of the Dragon-Changers, capable of changing into an enormous dragon. A man responsible for keeping the laws of his people.
When the two meet it was more than fate, it was true love.
So how can everything go so wrong between a couple who love so much?
I don’t usually review a lot of YA but when I saw that this had dragons, I was in. I pretty much read anything with dragons.
This was a pretty good YA. I tend to stay away from the angsty ones, they give me a headache. This book was more Urban Fantasy. Jaden is a twin who is trying to make a good life for herself and her sisters. She succeeds in winning some money, marrying her Dragon Prince and all seems well until a HUGE betrayal sets her world spinning and it looks pretty bleak. If you are a dragon/Urban Fantasy fan, you will definitely like this book. It’s a great quick read despite the 300+ pages.
*correction – this is a paranormal romance. I thought it was YA because it was listed as a Coming of Age. Tricky Amazon labels. Make sense why I liked it then lol.
Read an excerpt from the book:
The spherio opens with a click and I place the orb into its proper slot. I don’t quite trust the twinkle in his eyes, but he’s practically quivering with excitement. As usual, I can’t resist him. Grasping his hand, I allow him to pull me toward my co-workers, all of whom laugh and wave, no more able to resist their king’s good mood than I am.
He heads toward Isla’s apartment and I lift one wry eyebrow. “This is your surprise? I do know where my sister lives.”
“Guess again.” He taps twice on the door before it slides open.
“Draven!” True to form, Adania ignores me and runs to hug his legs.
“What am I, chopped up troll? I am so invisible,” I tease. “No hug, no I love you…”
“Oh, Jaden.” Adania rolls her eyes, then races to the kitchen.
Draven follows her.
“Mr. Dirty watched it for you,” she says seriously, pointing at the golem, which is staring at two sacks. One is empty and the other is full.
Draven picks up both bags and waves to Isla’s Esprit, Icia, who is parked in the corner. Her little girl head is on alert, tuned to our presence.
I smother Adania in hugs and kisses—which she pretends to hate—before locking the door after us.
Draven turns to me, surprised. “Is Isla okay? Does she often leave Adania alone? Do we need to stay?” His questions seem to come out of nowhere.
“Icia is in the corner on top of the icebox. Nothing gets past her. Isla’s probably in the other room, changing clothes. Or taking a bath.” Isla has never fully trusted anyone with Adania. Not even me.
“Does she need a break?”
I give his question serious consideration as we move to the outdoor ledge. Isla likes Draven. She’s said so on more than one occasion, maybe just this once she will unbend when it comes to Adania.
“I’ll see if she’ll let us keep her overnight.” Worth a try. She won’t allow it, but maybe this time—just this once—she’ll let me help
About the author:
Sheryl Winters lives in a small town in Alaska. She grew up in the midst of old country story tellers, so you might say writing comes naturally to her. She is known for writing paranormal romances with a twist. Her writing inspiration often comes from the great outdoors of Alaska and she enfolds bits of it into her stories. She never set out to be an author only a story teller. Some days she succeeds better than others.
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