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Dragon's Tears: A Shifter Paranormal Romance (The Dragon Shifter's Mates Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- Book 2 of 5 in The Dragon Shifter's Mates
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- Publication Date : December 14, 2017
- File Size : 2346 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 206 pages
- Publisher : Ink Spark Press (December 14, 2017)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B0777Z3P1P
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #33,503 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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We get to learn a lot about Ren's history, mostly because SHE is learning a lot about her history. We also get some more heat and bonding. Not to mention a lot more insight into who the guys are. We lose out on the her best friend though. It works for the story, I'm just bummed cause I really like her character and I don't tend to like RH stories where the MC and her harem insulate themselves from outside platonic relationships. So I'll have to see how things move on that front in the next one.
Serenity is also growing into her "regal" self. It's fun reading about how she fluctuates back and forth from wanting to put on a good face and caring and trying to make everyone happy to being emotionally exhausted and pulled to her four guys and being frustrated with her own ignorance of this world and culture and being frustrated with people for holding that ignorance against her even though it's her mother's doing. It works and feels real/natural.
There's some increased tension between the guys and Ren and her guys and I really like that it's not just smooth sailing, everyone loves everyone, the mate bond makes everything perfect. It's a relationship and they're working on it and getting to know each other, while Ren gets to know who she is with this knew ability/knowledge/title.
We also get to learn much more about the "ultimate" problem plaguing the community. There's a good bit of conflict introduced in this installment. It works really well.
The premise of the book is that the female dragon shifter will have four alpha mates. These alphas will be from each of the four shifter groups: canine, avian feline and disparate... and book one, the heroine has a memory about her lion father. And in book two, she has a memory of her tiger father. Last time I checked, Lions and tigers were both felines. How can she have two feline fathers? And that really contradicts the whole premise to me. It may just be a minor error, but it brought me out of a book because of the contradiction... but like I said, it was still a decent and good read.
But it's not going to be easy, the renegades are still after them and it seems like there may be fae involvement.
She also needs to claim her mates but tensions there make that difficult too. Can she achieve all of this and master shifting too?
Top reviews from other countries
I enjoyed seeing how the relationships continued to grow, and am enjoying the fact that the relationships are not instantaneous, rather are being built through getting to know one another in a variety of situations.
The storyline continued at a good pace, with some nee paces and interesting turns, and again I found that I had reached the end before I was ready, however I am coming to enjoy the shorter books. It sections the story nicely to fit around busy days, or other commitments. In my case, they’re the perfect length to read between my daughter falling asleep, and me going to bed!
I’m thoroughly enjoying the new concept within a Shifter community, the idea of a Dragon shifter mating with one of each isn’t something I have come across before and makes sense! As do the various attitudes towards her reappearance. I am thoroughly enjoying how the Author is including the various views you could get in an arranged marriage situation, and how that effects their attitudes towards one another.
Overall, this is a strong continuation for the story, Ren is a strong and determined individual but not without some insecurities, which to me makes her perfect purely because in fact, she is far from it, as are her mates.
Definitely worth reading! And I am sure i will be picking up book three very soon.
This book starts right where the 1st book left off, with Ren and the guys going on a trek to find what her mother left clues for her to find.
Loved Ren with her guys and seeing as the relationships progress, some progressing more than others, and how they work together as a team to face issues such as the rogues.
Ren continues to grow as she learns more about herself and her capabilities, and also more of the shifter/magical world in general.
Can't wait for the next book!