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Kiril goes to Ireland to spy on the Dark Fae, after the capture and escape of two other Dragon Kings.
The war is definitely escalating and Shara is a Dark Fae recently released from her prison with one last chance to do good for her. Her mission is to seduce Kiril so that her family can capture him.
Yet she discovers an inner strength she didn’t know she had…and an attraction that knows no bounds.
But is her desire for Kiril worth the risk of eternal doom for them both?
So if you haven’t checked out this series and you are looking for a good one about Dragons then hurry up and get reading!
: “However, eons ago, it had been a human female who had made a vow to one of them, only to betray him and set in motion a war that could have destroyed them all.” “They had asked her to play a part in bringing down a Dragon King, and she wouldn’t fail them.” “Her father thought confining her for six hundred years would rein her in, and for the most part it did.” “He was in his true form, and that alone helped alleviate most of what bothered him.” “If they knew how deeply Shara had wormed her way into his psyche, they would be more than willing to use it against him.” : 0.1 Dark Craving 0.2 Night’s Awakening 0.3 Dawn’s Desire 1.
The brotherhood of elite, paranormal assassins answer only to Death. The half-Fae thinks that her family’s magic—a magic that has gotten others killed—has skipped her.
Things are changing, and I think Donna Grant laid the groundwork in this book in a major way.
But, here she makes it really clear that just like any other series she has a goal and ending in site!
I love Dragons and I will be the first to admit that they are the most underused shifters out there, but I think because it is so challenging, because are they humans who shift or are they dragons that shift to human?
IS A WAR WORTH FIGHTING FOR Shara has one chance to make things right with her family—and to prove her worth.
It seemed like such an easy mission…until she actually meets Kiril.
His charm, his sexual magnetism is too much for her to ignore.