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Dragon Mystics: Supernatural Prison #2 (Volume 2) Paperback – July 27, 2015
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I usually do not read YA books. For some reason I find a lot of the character are too immature or the story just doesn't keep my interest. I discovered Jaymin Eve by reading the first book in her Walker Saga. The first book was free and the description sounded really interesting. From that book on, I was hooked. Ms. Eve can write great sexual tension, awesome Heros that are alpha, possessive and dominant. The heroines are strong, powerful and can hold their own. The world building and story telling is so descriptive and flows so well that you feel like you have made friends that you have to keep up with. Love her books!
On to my review of this book:
I loved the first book in this series (Dragon Marked) but I loved the second more. I wasn't sure if I was going to love this series as much as the Walker Saga but this book sold me completely on the series. I loved Jessa and Braxton. I was so happy that they finally got together. I also like that some of the Compass brothers also found their mates. Braxton was so great. Everything that I love in my heros. Alpha, possessive, caring and absolutely devoted to the heroine. Jessa I felt was more mature in this book as well. She didn't have TSTL moments and she thought things through. I am looking forward to finding out more about her sister and what is going on with her.
The book was great and I highly recommend it.
This book picks up right where book 1 ended. Jessa finds herself fleeing to the marked sanctuary in Romania. She brings her quad friends but her feeling for Braxton are beginning to change. She's always felt a strong friendship for him but now she's thinking she wants it to be more. Afraid to ruin their friendship but struggling to deal with these new feelings, she has to decide what's important to her. And besides that, all around her things are falling apart. Her sister is getting way too involved with a set of twins that reek of evil. What's a dual shifter to do?
We learn more about the quads as their role in the rise of the king becomes clear. Max is having some struggles and we aren't really sure what's up with him. Tyler definitely has some issues going on with the very cute witch Grace. And Jacob is the stable one. I was glad that Louis continues to be part of the story. I always feel better when that scorer is around. I love all the secondary characters and it was while reading this book that I discovered there are more books beyond the trilogy. I quickly bought Broken Compass and I seriously NEED to know when Magical Compass will be out and available for me to snatch up! AND I want to know if there will be a book for Jacob!
The writing in these books are great. I enjoy the detail that she gives her readers. Sometimes I feel like it breaks the flow of the action but generally I enjoy it. I adore the characters she's developed and the story is magical. Who can resist a set of quads who have protective tendencies over a best friend shifter girl? Certainly not this reader. I'd give these book 5 whole stars except for just a few little bits that bugged me. It's not enough to stop me from loving these books. They are just not quite as polished as they could be.
I've been listening to the audio books and really enjoying the narrator. I have a few books that get listened to over and over again. I use them as stress relief. I can listen to them with half an ear because I know them so well. They relax me while I'm grading or working on lesson plans. I turn to them when I can't sleep. This series has earned that status - a big deal for me. I will have them on repeat. Finish the series only to start it again. It's a favorite thing of mine to do.
If you love paranormal romance, you MUST read this series. It is just that good. Any PNR lover is going to want these books. I can't recommend them enough.
My one complaint is that there could be a little more attention to detail on the world building. I’m still a little confused on the councils function, are they only to oversee the towns or also the prisons? If they are supposed to oversee the prisons they seem to be rather disconnected from some of the major operating points. I also do not understand how the original 4 can go in and out without any of the councils being the wiser. This does not really detract from the story though.
Overall I think it’s a fun read and a great release from an indie author, even if we are left with a cliff hanger and I’ll have to wait a couple more months for the last book.