I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Donna Grant
Released: August 25th 2015
Series: Dark Kings #6.25
Published by Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated
“There’s action, passion and that all important brotherhood that continues to grow with each book. I’m quite impressed by Grant’s ability to continually develop and improve her world with each new installment to the series.”
~ Under the Covers
Grace Clark is a writer looking for a little peace and quiet to meet her next deadline on her new book. Taking a trip to Scotland might just be what she needs to get those creative juices flowing. So when she finds a writing cave – and I literally do mean a cave where she can write in – she soon discovers that the majestic atmosphere is enough to have her fingers flying on her laptop.
Grace is a really sweet character. With her fear of storms, it’s quite funny that she gets paired with a man who can control the weather. This isn’t something that I’ve seen in too many paranormals lately and certainly not in a character who is also a dragon. Putting Grace in Arian’s cave was the best decision Grant could make and I absolutely loved the story that came out of it.
While this is only a novella, all the elements that make up a good Donna Grant book are presence in this one. There’s action, passion and that all important brotherhood that continues to grow with each book. I’m quite impressed by Grant’s ability to continually develop and improve her world with each new installment to the series. Fans of Lara Adrian and Karen Marie Moning would just adore this series!
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