Series: Fire Dragons, #3
Length: Novella (105 Pages)
Publisher: Twisted Erotica Publishing (August 6, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: Teamed with an unlikely partner, Khaos heads to the Amazon basin in his search for the next Dragon Heart. Little does he know that in the midst of the tropical jungle, he’ll find his human mate.
Henry is more than Khaos could’ve ever expected, and offers Khaos a chance for redemption for a wrong Khaos committed a long time ago.
But once Henry realizes just how monstrous his lover can be, is there any chance he’ll cede his mind, body, and soul?
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Review: Each book in the Fire Dragon’s collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order. There is nothing better than a good paranormal romance with two gorgeous men involved.
The world this author has written about fascinated me and had me wishing to be there also. These dragons went through so much to get where they are now. Now I must admit that I was not happy about the ending. With book two I just thought it would be the lead into the next story but it wasn’t. In fact the beginning to this story was a bit off to me. It was a tad bit confusing.
I think of all the dragons and their mates Khaos is probably my favorite. All of them have gone through pain. Rhaege has the one where his mate dies several times before finally reunited for life. Phrenzy is the one that comes off more pissed than anything and fears that the reason for his mate’s reincarnated self not coming till now is because of his failure. Khaos’s lost his mate to suicide. Khaos had killed Henry’s family and then Henry committed suicide. There is a twist to this one though. It is a fascinating tale, but with each story there is something missing. Not that it took away from the story itself.
Henry and his family have died many times over and unlike the others they were born with the same name and same look. His father and brother were born with the same attitude and hate. Except this time Henry will not deny Khaos. He is more than willing to love his dragon.
These are amazing stories but there is a bit of darkness that comes off with them. It doesn’t take away from the story but it is still there.
There is something about the way that Kelex told this story that not only drew me in but I could not take my attention off of it. The characters are beautifully written with big hearts, however if you cross them, they have no problem putting you down. They will protect their mates with their entire lives. I had a blast reading this story.
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