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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Book Review: Fire Rising (Dark Kings, #2) by Donna Grant

Fire Rising 
(Dark Kings, #2) 
By Donna Grant

Tristan, the newest Dragon King, is having a tough time fitting in. Despite his ability to transform into a proud, strong dragon at will, no one knows where he came from or how he became a Dragon King, including himself. When trouble arises in the form of the mob, Tristan is going to have to put aside his questions and band with the other Dragon Kings to protect Dreagan. As if things weren’t complicated enough, he is about to find something worth fighting for more important than the Dragon Kings…

Sammie Miller, pub owner in Oban, has been scorned by her business partner—and former lover. Used as a front for money laundering with the mob, Sammie is in great danger once she realizes what has happened. Barely escaping, she plans to rest at Dreagan for only a day before going back on the run. When Tristan swears to protect her, Sammie thinks his efforts will be in vain—the mob is too powerful, and it will take more than the average man’s devotion to keep her safe. But the closer she gets to Tristan, and the more he learns his secrets, Sammie can’t deny that having a Dragon King who worships you, body and soul, isn’t such a bad thing…

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Viviana's Review:
Yikes! Catching up on reviews!!! Okay... There's a lot of mystery surrounding Tristan and I've been intrigued from book one! Mind you, I haven't read the other books from the spin of series so I don't know his past, but I'm completely, utterly captivated. That's how awesome Donna's writing is!

Sammie's world has been torn apart and must now seek refuge with the one person she hardly knows, her half sister, who happens to reside at Dreagan. So the story of Tristan and Sammie begin. Lots of bad things are happening to Sammie and Tristan is determined to keep her safe. She fights her feelings for him at first and of course, something big has to happen for her to wake up and realize what they have between them is real.

The character development for both the hero and heroine is great and I love that in this series, we get to see the other cast of characters we've come to know and love from the previous books. Donna keeps us wanting more and this is a true testament of a great series!

Rating: 4 Stars - LOVED IT

We received a complimentary copy of the book from the Publisher, St. Martin's Paperbacks, via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.

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