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- Print Length: 278 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 28, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01EZC7W1S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,436 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Dragon's Successor (Lords of the Dragon Islands Book 3) Kindle Edition
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BBW / Dragon Shifter Romance Lords of the Dragon Islands Book 2
by Isadora Montrose
What a series it continues to grab your attention! The story is still so exciting and compelling, it's paced just right and well written, it's another world you will get lost in. I got so excited as I read the first chapter. I didn't get to read the first book first which just shows that you can read the books out of order and still enjoy each story that you read. I enjoy the way Isadora Montrose develops her characters, they are well written, intriguing, exciting and will melt your heart.The sensual scenes are scorching hot, intense and panty wetting. I read book 3 first and I just had to read whatever I could get my hands on which just happens to be this one Dragon's Successor. WOW! What a phenomenal read this is, it's a another Magnificent series that I have read of Isadora Montrose. I am fast becoming a book stalker of Isadora Montrose. Book 2 is about Roland and Kayla, Kayla Cooper is a very young and innocent as a matter of fact she is the youngest in her class going for her doctoral of Marine Biology. Roland Voros is a Billionaire Dragon Lord and he wanted Kayla from the start. I love reading their story. Of course who would think Kayla would be a virgin, but it's just like a Billionaire to want a mistress not a wife.These characters are captivating, lovable, gorgeous and just the kind of characters I love to read. This a paranormal romance thriller with attitude!
I did a lot of eye-rolling throughout. Roland didn't learn anything about respecting his bride and then in one page a light bulb went off and suddenly he started treating her as an equal-ish.
Another thing that bothered me, the child Aiden was raised by his mom with help from the Moira people. Then when they moved into Roland's house, the nursemaid took care of the child all day and night. Aiden didn't even have meals with his mom after they moved. His nursemaid slept in his bed at least once, but why? If the child was scared or anything, he should have went to his mom or dad. It was like the author decided Aiden didn't matter anymore and only his mom and dad mattered.
This was a a good story. Loved the Maori connection. I will certainly read more in this series!
Kayla was finishing her doctoral thesis when she met a businessman who would donate money for university research.
Roland Volos was tall, handsome, very rich... and a dragon.
When he meets Kayla, Roland is delighted, but at first he invites her to be his mistress.
Kayla became possessed and didn't accept.
But after spending a night with him, her life had been transformed. Because of her condition, Kayla had become a dragoness, but she hated the idea and did everything to have nothing more to do with Roland.
A few years later, Kayla had become Roland's enemy target, and in the face of danger, she would have to accept his protection. And that could revive old wounds, or give Roland a chance to properly woo his mate...
There are the same frequent proofreading errors as the first book. This one took place in a more interesting locale, but I didn't care for the characters as much. I really would prefer to love these books, as the whole idea of this Dragon Shifter World is appealing. But for me, they just lack in length and content. So--OK for a quick read but nothing that special.