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I've not read such awesome stories in a long while. From the first to the last I couldn't put them down. I bought every single one and just kept reading till I just finished the Dragon series. I might have to start over again just to make sure I didn't miss anything. Aimee when is your next book coming out. Jonsing already!!!!
Fee, fire mage abused and controlled by her father, were up to a fearful mission. Having been manipulated all her life she thought the dragons were evil and greedy creatures that harms humans. Mason, the Lord Dragon, was succumbing to the Fade. When he found the human that made him feel warm, oblivious to her plans he was ready to protect her. With a real threat upon them all, Fee didn’t know what to do. Will all be lost for the dragons?
Amber Gardner, Watcher and Earth witch, was facing a challenge. The enemy, a dragon, was threatening what she vowed to defend but, things were not as she had been taught. Keeper of secrets and struggling with her feelings had tested her and strong emotions were bursting her heart. The Green caught my eye since the beginning. Where did that come from? A mystery that kept me reading eagerly because I wanted to know. Loved the intrigue and the development of the story.
The knowledge of her father’s real business had Sabrina, the wind witch, struggling with well- hidden secrets. And some evil man was trying to get advantage of her risking hers and others life. Decided, independent and fierce woman she was and would not give in. Nicholas, dragon shifter felt attracted by captain Fairweather. Not only her looks but her strength as a powerful air witch enthralled him. With intriguing characters, a mission, traitors and evil dragons threatening the Intrepid and its crew this story kept me reading enjoying the drama and the action. Like this kind of stories where we got to know more about secondary characters from a previous story, they tie loose ends and add to the intrigue and suspense. .
Incendiary Magic tells the story of fire mage Phoenix ("Fee") and dragon shifter Mason. The characterizations were well done. It took me a little while to warm up to Fee, but I could understand why she made the choices she did, and towards the end of the story I was definitely rooting for her. As I have come to expect from Ms. Easterling, she has created interesting, likeable characters who are smart and funny and make mistakes, and I loved getting to know these characters and watching them learn and grow. My only complaint is that because the story took place over such a short period of time, the romance felt a bit like insta-love, which I am not particularly fond of. Still, there were plenty of reasons for these two to fall in love, and I found the romance quite charming.
The story is well-written, with lovely descriptive language addressing all of the senses that drew me into the story and let me feel as though I were there. The plot was filled with surprises, and the pacing was good. The language was clean, there was no sexually explicit content, and although violent situations were described, there were no graphic depictions. I also don't recall problems with typos or other editorial issues.
Verdant Magic, about dragon shifter Zane and earth witch Amber, was my favorite of this series and exceeded all of my expectations. The story is well-written, with lovely descriptive language addressing all senses that drew me into the story and let me feel as though I were there. The narration alternates between Amber and Zane's perspectives, so we get to know both main characters and get a feel for what life is like for both witches and dragon shifters. The story was original, intriguing, and paced to keep my interest.
The characterization was excellent. Many of the secondary characters were developed enough to feel real and for me to care about what happened to them. I really liked most of the characters, and there were a couple characters I initially disliked but learned to grudgingly respect. The interactions between friends and family felt authentic, and it was a particular joy to see how the various characters interacted with Amber's goat Thea and with the sentient plants of this world.
I would recommend this story to anyone who enjoys paranormal romantic fantasy, provided you won't be offended by one fairly brief explicit sex scene. There is also some violence, but it is not depicted in excessive detail.
I enjoyed reading Cerulean Magic, wind witch Sabrina and dragon shifter Nicholas's story, although I didn't enjoy it quite as much as Verdant Magic. This book felt a bit darker and had a little less comic relief. However, the characterizations were well done. As I have come to expect from Aimee Easterling, she has created interesting, likeable characters who are smart and funny and make mistakes, and I loved getting to know these characters and watching them learn and grow.
The story is well-written and I didn't notice any typos or editorial problems. The language is pretty clean, with lovely descriptive phrases addressing all the senses that drew me into the story. There's some violence and adult situations, as well as a brief sexually explicit scene, all handled rather tastefully.
Note that I read the individual books, not this bundled version, so I cannot comment specifically on the formatting of this bundle, although I can say that all of the author's books I have previously read have been well formatted.