Title: Scarred Wings
Series: Last Dragons 01
Author: Jane Perky
Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy
Length: Novella (89 Pages)
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc. (May 10, 2018)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 3.5 Hearts
Blurb: Lured back home to bury his father and take care of the family business, the last thing Cole Draken expects is a mental call from his fated mate. Cole’s wrestled the dangerous and monstrous bronze beast inside of him his entire life, but his control breaks the moment he hears Ben’s voice. Cole’s not built for love. Dragons aren’t like other shifters and Cole’s resigned himself to a lonely existence, but one submissive werewolf might just change his mind.
All the dragons of Draken Mountain are dead, or least that’s what Ben assumed until an enormous and scary bronze dragon saves him and takes him captive. He soon finds out that there’s more to Cole than meets the eye. Underneath the scales of the scarred dragon beats a protective heart. With an entire werewolf pack after them, will Ben and Cole survive to see their future as mates?
Product Link: Siren-BookStrand
Review: Ben is a very submissive wolf and has been kicked down by pretty much the whole pack. Oh there were a few that he got along with, although mostly other submissive’s. He really was a bit terrified of those around him, but they were still his family. So when another pack came at them, he tried to do something. He just hadn’t expected to get kidnapped right from the whole thing by a hugh dragon. A dragon that should not exist.
Cole is the oldest from his siblings and the last one that had taken off when his father went crazy. He knew that if he had left earlier the pack down on the hill would have been dead. Now he was back in the one place he hated, to say goodbye to his dead father. To his surprise he hears a call that calls to him stronger than any other, and it leads him to his mate.
This story is quite active and danger surrounds them all. I have always loved dragons and don’t come across them as much as I would like. This story has great potential but comes off a bit stiff. It was hard to connect with the characters, but I am hoping that is just because this story is the first one in this series. It felt rushed and was missing quite a bit that would have made it stand out to me.
I do look forward to the next book.