Valeriya Azarov turned her back on the family business to write and illustrate children’s books. But with a sister who leads the Knights of the Dragon, it’s impossible to get away from the secret society whose mission is to destroy and enslave dragons. When information falls into her hands along with the opportunity to save at least one of the ancient creatures, she can’t turn away any longer.
When a woman moves into the cabin above Tarrant Cooper’s secret underground lair, he’s both suspicious and intrigued.
He hasn’t lasted four thousand years being careless, so when he suspects her of being a part of the Knights, the plan is to kidnap her and find out how much the organization knows about him and his brothers.
He’s drawn to Valeriya, but trusting her could get him killed. Even if she’s a pawn in the war between drakons and Knights, giving her his heart would mean forever.
About the Author
N.J. Walters is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who has always been a voracious reader, and now she spends her days writing novels of her own. Vampires, werewolves, dragons, time-travelers, seductive handymen, and next-door neighbors with smoldering good looks–all vie for her attention. It’s a tough life, but someone’s got to live it.
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Title: Drakon’s Prey
Series: Blood of the Drakon #2
Author: N.J. Walters
Publisher: Entangled: Select Otherworld
Source: IndieSage PR
This series is one of the few I was super excited for this year, and though it’s not as adventurous as the first installment, it’s still pretty entertaining, hot and well worth your time.
Walters takes a step back from all the plane flights and runs and settles us down in the bunker under the cabin. When Valeriya goes to the last location Darius was spotted in an attempt to at least save one man from her wicked family’s business, she instead gets taken by the brother, Tarrant, and from there the romance begins.
So I really liked it which is why it gets high ratings. The writing flowed and kept my attention, the sex was hot, their conversations and bouts of cute moments were seriously adorable, and it just read as a nice romance with danger and drakons. Romance was really more of two individuals coming together and realizing they’re meant to be, so it was really just watching them trust each other, which I liked. Overall, if you’re into dragons / drakons, the crazy knights who want them dead, funny families and a cute / hot relationship, check it out.