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Bring the Heat (Dragon Kin Book 9) Kindle Edition
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The story of Branwenn the awful and Aidan the divine is just as amazingly well written as the rest of the series.
If you're a fan of this author’s other books, then I can almost 100% guarantee that you'll love this one.
Plenty of snarky, narcissistic and kickass characters. And of course the storyline is still insanely intriguing!
The Cult of Chramnesind is still trying to wipe out the Abominations and they've upped their game.
PS: if you haven't read any of the books in the series I wouldn't recommend starting here. While it is a standalone, the storyline starts way before Bring the Heat
The entire book is about the war. It's incredibly hard to keep up, too many characters in a scene, had to go back multiple times to figure out who was talking and who was who. I understand the war is the main plot, but it's come to the point where I don't think this series can be justifiably be placed in the romance genre. It's more sci-fi at this point.
The humor was recycled, forced and repetitive. I really miss the way she used to write and I hope to see her come back to it one day. I would have given this book a one star, but like I said, she is one of my favorite authors and I just couldn't do it.
Thank you for blessing us with your talent and amazing work. *Tight hug*
I love this author’s work, no matter what name she writes under and can’t wait for the next book in any of her series to hit the market. I can’t help but hope that Talan, Talwyn, and Rhi get their own books. I, also, look forward to the Daughters of The Steepes making even more appearances. God, I love those characters!
I would definitely recommend this book to people!