Received a copy from the publisher through NetGalley. The connection between Tarrant and Valeriya is palpable from the start of the book. Topping it off, is Ms. I found that the story and chemistry between these two pulled me in more. He might have cooked her food and made her tea. When she's got an opportunity to hopefully help the Drakon's she takes the chance. I'm excited about reading the next dragon brother's story! This is kind of a hate to love story mostly just on the heroes end.
They have chemistry and banter with delectable steamy scenes thrown in. From a young age, she learned to keep to herself, and avoid all things related to the Knights of the Dragon. She had a horrible childhood, but she found away to distance herself from the family business. My greatest enemy is the Knights of the Dragon. Great story and I can't wait for the rest of the brothers' stories. Walters since I stumbled upon her Legacy Series a few years ago.
Originally, I named him MacKoy, with a K, and intended him to be a homage to Star Trek. Valeriya doesn't really agree with the Knights and what they're after. Walters new paranormal series, Blood of the Drakon. An Azarov has apparently long been head of the Knights; Karina is the latest. This secret society, headed by her sister, is working toward enslaving dragons. Valeriya Azarov is the younger sister of Karina Azarov who is the leader of the Knights of the Dragon, an organization intent on capturing Drakons.
I couldn't really appreciate the sex scenes either and ended up skipping almost all of them just to get to the plot-- it got tedious very quickly. ~ Missy, 4 stars Rating~ 4. The Knights want power and seek the blood of the Drakons to achieve it. Instead Valeriya even as a child imagined dragons as Rating~ 4. Tarrant was sexy as hell. Any kind of music or noise distracts me. The only way to get answers was to take Valeriya and kidnap her so Torrent can question her.
I can't wait for book 3. This is book 2 in her Dracon series and I'm absolutely hooked. Although being completely harmless herself, her family is another story. The chemistry between these two just about knocked me senseless. Vampires, werewolves, dragons, time-travelers, seductive handymen, and next-door neighbors with smoldering good looks—all vie for her attention.
The Knights are after a Drakon and the sister of their leader has set out to warn him. These two were hotter than hot and I loved watching them fall for one another. An Azarov has apparently long been head of the Knights; Karina is the latest. Now, my PaPa was a huge jokester, so this story could be completely made up, or it could absolutely be true. Love the whole premise of the books. When she stumbles across information that could cause the death of an innocent man, she does the only thing her conscience will allow…she follows the lead and prays that she makes it in time.
Their early encounters are anything but auspicious. Plus I love the fact that the lady in this story is not a stick figure but a robust full figured girl. He featured pretty heavily in the first book so it was good to see deeper into this Drakons psyche. His beast wants the women and his human side wants answers. It cures disease and prolongs life.
I loved the first book, and I feel that it is absolutely necessary to enjoying this one at all. Now she feared she was truly going to die. I trust Valeriya and my brothers. This installment features Tarrant Cooper, a drakon and brother to Darius Varkus from book one. I get into my own headspace and stay there while I write.