September 2, 2008
Zebra Books/Kensington Publishing Corp
850 Third Ave, 16th Floor New York, NY 10022
Rating: 4 Cups
Annwyl is a rough warrior who can kill a man with one swipe of her blade. She is nicknamed Annwyl the Bloody. Now she is fighting her brother's army, trying to defeat him and retake the power of the throne. When she is injured, Fearghus the Destroyer, who is a dragon, nurses her back to health.
Fearghus the Destroyer saved Annwyl from being killed by her brother's men, and along with his sister who is a witch, nurses her back to health. He also holds a secret, he can become human and he is the knight Annwyl sees in her dreams.
Working together and with the help of the dragon kingdom behind them, the war is on to save the throne and make Annywl Queen. But when Fearghus's secret is revealed will it be the end for what Annywl and her knight have started?
I enjoyed this story. It was exciting to see the dragons in all their glory. The characters were amazingly strong and determined to win their cause. Tons of action in this read.
Chains and Flames
Rhiannnon is first born to the Dragon Queen, which entitles her to be heir to the throne. She knows her mother does not love her but when she has been stripped of her powers and sent to marry a dragon she despises, she hates her mother like never before.
Bercelak the dragon warrior is the dragon chosen to marry Rhiannon. Unbeknownst to her he has secretly wanted her since the first day they met. He just needs to convince her that they belong together and they can fight her mother to rid the crown of a reign of terror.
Together and with the help of a few other dragons, Bercelak and Rhiannon set out to topple the queen and find a way to get Rhiannon's powers back. With the attraction and sexual tension between the two, things are becoming very tense.
This is the story of Fearghus's parents and I enjoyed reading it as well. Such drama and adventure are in this story.
These two stories about two different generations of the same family is very interesting. To see how love came about for child and parents. Although I am not a big fan of dragons, I did enjoy these stories. The characters were fiercely strong and independent and the humor of the additional family members was icing on the cake.
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