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: October 30th 2018
Series: Dark Kings #14
Published by St. Martin's Press
“I would describe this book as a slow burn because everything, even the romance, does take a while to heat up.”
~ Under the Covers
With book fourteen in the Dragon Kings series, Donna Grant returns with DRAGONFIRE. This book is about Roman and Sabina. Generally, I really like both the heroes and heroines in this series. They are strong without being so in your face about it and although there wasn’t anything specific that I hated about these two characters, I also didn’t fall in love with them the way I thought that I would.
I enjoyed the subtle differences that Grant added into this book. I liked Sabina’s backstory and her personality, but she doesn’t come across as a heroine that will stick with me. I would describe this book as a slow burn because everything, even the romance, does take a while to heat up.
Grant’s style of romance never has been that intense. However, it is still potent enough to hold my attention. Unfortunately, this time I didn’t feel the burn quite as strongly this time. But I can still say that I’m a fan of this series. Grant’s paranormals are my favorites of hers and despite not being completely won over by Roman and Sabina’s story this time around, I will still continue to read this series.
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