Saturday, March 18, 2017

Review: Firestorm

Firestorm Firestorm by Donna Grant
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

OK, so I probably should not have started this series here, but I did, so add that as a general disclaimer.

We join Dimitri, the dragon king for his long-ago evacuated dragons. He's a little stir crazy since they've been on lock down due to some unintended attention they've recently gotten. They have seemingly bad guys coming at them from all sides. There's the dark who are essentially evil and trying to cause trouble. There's the light who are trying to work some sort of angle by aligning with them. There's their ex-dragon king friend who is working some sort of deception involving a look alike. And that's just all stuff that has already been set in motion before the book even starts!

Dimitri is called to take care of removing remains from an archaeological site that may or may not have uncovered a dragon (dragons are still hidden in this world). Seems pretty straightforward until he meets the lead archaeologist, Faith. Faith is completely absorbed in her world, so much so that she needs protection in order to not get attacked by the numerous forces that are at play just because she found a dragon. These two might not seem so well matched, but the chemistry really manages to bring them together. Getting introduced to the world of the dragon kings definitely brings more into Faith's life than she could ever imagine. Starting here just makes me want to go back and see what else I missed.

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