Dragon Fever – Donna Grant [Review] paranormal romance, @InkslingerPR @Donna_Grant

Dragon Fever – Donna Grant [Review] paranormal romance, @InkslingerPR @Donna_GrantAuthor: Donna Grant
Title: Dragon Fever
Series: Dark Kings #9.5
Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts Incorporated
Pages: 140
Release Date: July 26, 2016
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Format: eARC
Also by this author: Dark Heat .1-.4, Dragon King, The Hero, Firestorm
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This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to sexual content.

*I received a free copy of this book from a book promoter in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.*

Welcome to our stop on the “Dragon Fever” tour! We are excited to present you with a review of the novella. It’s an excellent, romantic story that can be read as a standalone.

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Jen’s Review of “Dragon Fever”

  • Point of View: third person
  • Tense: past
  • Setting: Paris
  • Pet Peeves: “her sex” (sex is not a body part!)

Donna Grant created a great addition to the Dragon Kings series, telling Ashton’s story in “Dragon Fever.”

Ashton finds his mate in Rachel, a journalist who is trying to expose the Dragon Kings for what they are. Ashton, however, isn’t the only one who is being deceived. Rachel learns there is a lot more to the Dragon Kings than she believed.

There is much to like about “Dragon Fever.”

It is fast-paced, has full character development (surprising for a novella), and doesn’t force the romance. I also enjoyed how the author kept me guessing about why Rachel was so fixated on exposing frauds and liars–she seemed to have a huge hangup about this. About halfway through the story the reader learns about her tragic past, which explains her obsession.

Both Ashton and Rachel are likable characters.

Despite stereotyping the Dragon Kings before knowing them, Rachel doesn’t seem like a bad person. She’s just driven and ambitious. She quickly does the right thing. Ashton is easy to love because he doesn’t use his looks to his advantage, and he’s not a playboy or disrespectful to women. There are also some supporting characters, one of whom is Blossom, who make the story even more interesting.

I thought “Dragon Fever” was an excellent story.

The only negative point I made note of was how the author used a mirror to describe Rachel’s physical characteristics. This is something I have read a million times not to do because it is so overused. Other than that, I have no complaints. It was very well-written and kept my attention from start to finish.

I give “Dragon Fever” five out of five stars (A) for having characters with free will, a thrilling mix of action and romance, and a solid, consistent, plot with a few surprises.


The Dark Kings series Reading Order:

Dark Heat: The Dark Kings Stories (Dark Kings, #0.1-0.3)
#1 Darkest Flame
#2 Fire Rising
#3 Burning Desire
#4 Hot Blooded
#5 Night’s Blaze
#6 Soul Scorched
#6.5 Dragon King
#7 Passion Ignites
#8 Smoldering Hunger
#9 Smoke and Fire
#9.5 Dragon Fever
#10 Firestorm

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About Donna Grant

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Donna Grant has been praised for her “totally addictive” and “unique and sensual” stories. Her latest acclaimed series, Dark Kings, features a thrilling combination of dragons, Fae, and immortal Highlanders who are dark, dangerous, and irresistible. She lives with her two children and an assortment of animals in Texas. (bio provided by author via a promotion company)

 

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Jen Schaper

I am a mom of three kids, a wife, and a wannabe author. For Books That Hook, I review books, create features and discussions, design the website, and do all the administrative stuff.

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