Protecting the Clan by Caitlin Ricci

protectinghisclanTitle: Protecting the Clan
Series: Masters of Dragons, #2
Author: Caitlin Ricci
Genre: Paranormal/ Dragon shifters
Length: 31 pages
Publisher: Extasy Books (February 29, 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts
Blurb: When the ice dragons come to take Avery back, Oren will do anything to protect him.

Two weeks have passed since Avery joined their clan, and Oren is glad to see how much the little ice dragon has grown. He’s no longer afraid of everything, but he wears his worry and uncertainty around him like a constant cloak, something Oren wishes he could help with.

They’re a family, and being together is important. It strengthens their bond and brings them comfort. Avery being only with Donovan is unheard of in their world and Oren hopes that the rift their love has caused between them all will be temporary.

The ice dragons have found Avery, and now they want him back. When they attack, Oren and Avery are taken, and their connection grows in their captivity. Oren will risk everything to keep his family safe, and that includes himself.

He’ll die before he ever lets the ice dragons get their hands on Avery again.

ISBN: 9781487406431

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each book in the Masters of 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.

This series started out perfectly, but quite frankly this one was a big disappointment. I cannot understand why an author thinks that having more than one partner is needed.

Things change when Avery and Oren get taken by Avery’s old clan. Things heat up and well you can guess. It started out just fine until Avery got with Oren. To me even though it is accepted in the clan, I still think it is cheating. So yes I was very sad to see this happen.

Even though it is well written, it is really too damn short for anything more than a taste. However I am glad that all I got was a taste because when I got to the middle I was quite disappointed.

I am afraid that if this is going to happen in the rest of the stories, I am no longer interested in reading it.

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