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Draekon Mate: Exiled to the Prison Planet: A Sci-Fi Dragon Shifter Menage Romance (Dragons in Exile Book 1) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B086HSRZL4
- Publication date : March 27, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 5365 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 200 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #67,036 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Viola Lewis has nothing on earth except memories and heartache. She has no family, and with the illness and death of her father, she has used all her mother for medical bills. The trip to Zorahn is an adventure, a chance to get away from her pain and memories for six months. In truth, all ten ladies have no family left, so they are really expendable.
The plot will have one of the three aliens on board that will take the shuttle hostage and crashes them on the planet where the men from Zorahn found with the Draekon gene are exiled. “This isn’t the space vacation I thought it would be.” As Viola and three others leave the shuttle to explore, one will become ill, and Viola will continue without the other Earth women. She will face life and death situations and rescued by Arax and Nyx who also change into dragons and claim her as their mate. “Draekon, powerful beings who could draw on the energy around them to morph into dragons, creatures with impenetrable armor that could fly among the stars and rain fire down on their enemies.”
The exiled Draekons lives are simple. “Hunt and gather food in the lowlands during the dry season. Retreat to the high cliffs when the rains come. Survive.” When Arax and Nyx see Viola, they know she is their mate. “She is ours. We must take her. We must complete the bond.” “The gene mutated. Each mutation gave the Draekon race more power, and finally the ability to mate. For some reason—maybe because compatible females were few and far between—instead of a pair bond, Draekons form a triad.”
“You are the fire of my heart.” “It only took a trip through space and surviving a coup, a crash, poison fruit, a kidnap attempt and alien predators, but I’ve found my soulmates—both of them.”
I look forward to the next book in this series, Draekon Fire. There is an interesting cast of characters, plenty of angst, danger, and passion. The chemistry between Nyx, Arax, and Viola sizzles on the pages with explicit scenes.
On their way to Zoraht, their ship is hijacked by one of the Zorahn who wants to use the women to help bring the Draekon back using the human women. The hijacker, a fanatical Zorahn, causes the ship to crash on the prison planet. Viola goes out to try to find water and food for the other women and almost ends up being food herself, leading to her meeting with Arax and Nyx, and their amazing change.
There are bumps and bruises, twists and turns, some confusion, and startling discoveries, but in the end, Viola, Arax, and Nyx end up with their HEA.
Lee Savino is an expert at writing MFM stories and Lili Zander matches well with her to create a great book and a good start of a new series.
Viola Lewis is alone in the world. And things have become very strange on Earth. Aliens from the planet Zoraht recently came to Earth, bringing gifts to solve just a few of Earth's many problems. One was a cure for leukemia. Unfortunately for Viola's beloved father, the aliens arrived too late to save him. But the Zorahns want something in return for their gifts, volunteers to go to Zoraht for a six-month period. It's all very mysterious. Very few details are given. Viola, who has a Ph.D. in botany, feels there's nothing left for her on Earth. The exorbitant amount of money being offered is certainly a bonus, but she just wants a fresh start in life. So she volunteers, with nine other women, and soon they're on they're way to Zoraht.
But things are never as they seem. There are hidden agendas, circles within circles within circles. The Zorahns have been cryptic and unclear about their purposes for very specific reasons. When a totally unforeseen event occurs, the spaceship crashes on a planet where danger abounds. Chaos ensues. It seems the Zorahns have more than one secret, and this planet, full of threats, pitfalls, and total uncertainty, is one of them. As Viola and her friends seek provisions and shelter, they encounter jeopardy around every corner. When one of Viola's friends is put in a life-threatening situation, Viola sends them all back to the spaceship and continues on her own. Little does she know what's in store for her. She meets Arax and Nyx, two exiled Zorahns, and her journey is suddenly changed in ways she could never have anticipated. Who are these men? Are they alone? What do they want with her? Can they help her with her friends? There are so many questions, and so few answers. But if Viola and her friends are to survive in this strange and hostile world until they're rescued, she's going to have to trust someone. She needs help. But are Arax and Nyx reliable? She's not sure, especially when they reveal a secret to her that's both terrifying and awesome beyond belief! Nothing is clear. All Viola knows is they have to survive until they're rescued. Can she trust Arax and Nyx to not only save her but her friends as well?
Both Lee Savino and Lili Zander (Tara Crescent) are unbelievable storytellers. I've been a fan of both authors for quite some time, and love every book I've read by either author. Draekon Mate is a totally enthralling erotic paranormal shapeshifter romance, and the beginning of an enchanting new series. I loved this book, and couldn't put it down. I was riveted from the moment I started reading. It's every bit as amazing as all the other books I've read by either author. I give Draekon Mate my very best recommendation without reservation. Thank you, Lee and Lili (Tara), for giving us such a wonderful book that demonstrates just how impressive you both are as authors!
One final note. Please be an informed reader and consumer! This is an ADULT book. It contains explicit language and sexual scenes. If you don't enjoy this genre, think hard before buying any book you know you won't enjoy. There are book synopses and reviews available on Goodreads and all booksellers' websites. USE THESE RESOURCES. DON'T LEAVE A NEGATIVE REVIEW WHEN YOU KNOW YOU WON'T ENJOY THE BOOK. IT'S NOT FAIR TO THE AUTHORS! They work extremely hard to provide a quality work product. If you know you'll object to the book's subject matter before you buy it, you're doing yourself and the authors an extreme disservice.
Thanks for reading my review and happy reading!
Top reviews from other countries
2 Star = Finished. Didn’t really enjoy.
3 Star = Finished. Story was neither good nor bad.
3.5 Star = Finished. Story was good. Will maybe pick up next in series if there is one.
4 Star = Finished. Enjoyed story & will definitely pick up next in the series!
5 Star = Bloody Loved it! ♡