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- Print Length: 206 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0995986576
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- Publisher: Ink Spark Press (December 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0777Z3P1P
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,501 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ren and her 4 alphas are on the quest that Ren's mother sent her on. They're heading into the mountains to start and the rogues aren't stopping the attacks, Ren is still uncomfortable about the idea of 4 mates, and the Fae have shown up and seem pretty suspicious. To top it off Ren gets more of her memories back and finally finds out what happened to her mom. After that they head to the Avian shifters, this is where Ren has to prove herself as a dragon shifter, queen, and mate to the Alphas. All the while, West is still acting shady and mow Marco has pissed her off. But on the plus side, Ren is starting to take her role seriousely and I can't wait to see what happens next!!! I love this series!!
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There will be many setbacks as they travel through the mountain towards whatever is tugging her forward. Ren will see things that she wishes she hadn't and hear things that would have been better unheard. She will finalize the mating bond with one more Alpha, feel betrayed by one, and rejected by another. Through it all she will cling to one thought, she is a dragon shifter and she is strong.
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Dragon's Tears sucked me in just as much as the first one did. Picking up directly from where the Dragon's Guard ended, I was quickly drawn into the world and situation in which the characters found themselves in. The calibre of set by Dragon's Guard was met by Dragon's Tears and the blend of action and information given continued to be as balanced as the first. The characters also remained consistent in their personalities and beliefs, and I was particularly happy that Ren didn't devolve into a weak and pathetic heroine who relied on the Alphas to do all the work; something which is always a possibility when one female character is surrounded by multiple males.
That being said, I still failed to develop any sort of connection with any of the characters. I can read them and I can tolerate them, but I didn't love, love, LOVE them. It also felt like the romance was taking a more dominant role in the story and while I have no problem with romance and can even tolerate sexual content to a degree, I don't like when it verges on becoming more dominant than the plot. Dragon's Guard balanced the two well, but with the increase of sexual content that occurred in Dragon's Tears, I felt at times the plot took a back seat and that some of the content included was completely unnecessary. There was one scene in particular which came out of nowhere and didn't relate to the next scene at all; it could be cleanly taken out of the book with no alterations necessary and have no effect on anything else whatsoever. It's because of this that I found I enjoyed the first one more, however I still like Dragon's Tears and I can't wait for the next instalment.
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