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- Publication Date: September 10, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0159A7CQU
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Dragon Magic: Paranormal Shape Shifter Romance (Elise Ddraig, Dragon Chosen Book 2) Kindle Edition
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There are two problems Elise must face. Firstly, her nemisis, the creature of the dark she must face and prepare for, isn't involved at all in this book. Secondly, Alex and his encounter? It all seems unreal, like it didn't happen. The way everyone moves on so easily, the characters don't mourn their dead. The wolves howl, and they get over it. Elise is the only one taking death hard, which doesn't make sense to me since she reincarnated and all. That's another thing, I just didn't like it... the whole aging her from 3 to 19 takes her magic, but she's still special. I just really didn't like it. No boat floating this river of acceptance.
In this episode Elise trains for the big battle against "Entropy, chaos is enforced order. It’s taking away choices, hope, the brightness and joy of living.”, or if you have seen "the Never Ending Story" The NOTHING is an apt description. I guess the author didn't use the term because of copy rights. Her training could be described as a blend of the training montages from Rocky blended with Hogwarts school where Elise learns not just the subjects but about herself and her strengths. We also learn about how the past (and her past) can be a source of strength and that failure has as much to teach us as victory. I like that. I find myself impatient for the next episode. Yes, in the end good must win over evil, but the in-between is important also, is what I have gotten from this series so far. That is a good lesson to be reminded of.
*This title traded for honest review
*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*
Book two starts right where book one ended with Alex being possessed by the darkness and fire and trying to destroy Elise, Rose, and Rory. A lot happens in this book and it was very difficult to put down. Elise learns a little more about who she is and why her powers don't work the way she wants. She also learns more about the Ancients who inhabit her mind and even a tad bit more about their personal agendas. There is a lot more to her and Lou's story and it's kind of weird but also all kinds of sweet.
"Tears fall down my face. I don't bother wiping at them. Rose is hurt because of me. Rory's hurt, also me. Now Lou, he's in pain, he's hurting and I can feel it. I want to be angry at him. Being angry would be so much easier but I'm not. I felt his pain, his hurt and his need. And I know that's my fault too."
Elise carries a lot on her shoulders with being the chosen one and it's hard for her to process sometimes. She doesn't always make the right decisions, she only knows to do what her heart tells her is right, which in part is why she continues to remain on Rose's father's bad side. No matter her intentions, she always seems to do wrong in his eyes...well mostly. Things definitely change at the end of book two and I'm not so sure if it's for the good or not.
I did like the POV change at the end. Remy has been hard to understand and switching to him gives a little more insight into his character. I can't wait to read more and see what crazy adventures this story takes me on. I mean the twist at the end leaves it open to all sorts of possibilities.
Dragon Magic to be a little better than its predecessor, Dragon Heart, because it left me with more answers than questions. I love when I don't have to wait until the final book before any of the answers are given. James Horton has a knack for giving you just enough to keep you interested and wanting to read more.
My Favorite Awkward Moment: Nothing more awkward than a mother daughter talk about boys and all things that go with it.
"Mom I don't understand-"
"I know," she cuts me off. "I know. And Elise, tell Lou I said it's okay."
"What's okay?" I ask.
My Favorite Laughable Moment: Girl talk with the bestie!
"We haven't...you know..."
"Know what? What have you done Elise? Come come, details are a must. Pictures are even better. Oh! Do you have pictures? I'd LOVE to see some pics!"
"Oh my god no! Are you serious?"
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