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- Publication Date: March 23, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DEEJJ8C
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Fated for the Dragon: M/M Gay Shifter Mpreg Romance (Dragons of Lake City Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Fated for the Dragon by Kellan Larkin was the fourth book in Larkin’s Dragons of Lake City series. However, you can definitely read this as a standalone as I didn’t even realize it was part of a series until I had finished it.
There were certain things I really liked about this book. For one thing, Sam’s dedication to his education was admirable. From start to finish, he was working toward his goal of getting into grad school.
I liked the instant chemistry between Sam and Stephen too. It was confusing for them, so they didn’t just immediately fall into bed. They got to know each other first.
The problem was that, despite the things that I liked, I just wanted more. More development, more heat, more engagement.
There were too many scenes that weren’t about the growth of their relationship and I ended up not feeling invested in the story. The conflict fell flat because I didn’t care about things like the research funding problems Stephen was having.
Plus, I didn’t feel like I knew Stephen, even by the end. Not well, at least.
Fated for the Dragon didn’t knock my socks off. It had some good elements and I liked the examination of guilt over moving on after losing someone you loved. I’ll think twice before reading another book by this author but I won’t completely rule it out.
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This was such a bittersweet title. It truly was, mostly because the whole book had the dark undertone that Sam lost his true mate and every day, his every thought of his lost mate, is a knife in his heart.
He really can't move on no matter how hard he might want to try, he could just never taint his fated mates memory. That is until he meets a man that for the first time since he lost his mate, stirs his broken heart. Dragon shifter, and his Professor, Stephen Saltz.
Stephen himself has never really felt the pull of the so called fated mates. Nor is he truly sure he believes it entirely but he can't deny the sudden emotion that wells in him the moment he sets eyes on Sam. He wonders if the feelings he feels for Sam are what they mean when you find your mate. His dragon sure is anxious to meet Sam.
While fighting his attraction to Sam, Stephen chooses Sam as the lucky student to help him in his research project, as he is the best candidate. They both try to fight the attraction but ultimately fall into each others arms. When things start falling apart around them Sam gets the surprise of finding out he is now pregnant with Stephen's child. Will they be able to achieve their happily ever after?
It was a sweet story about moving on after such a tragedy of loosing the person that was the love of your life. Taking chances and letting the surprises that come with life help you move forward to your future.
The one thing that I really disliked about this however was the fact that Sam was always thinking about his dead mate. Yes it must be so hard to move on but even when he is with Stephen, Sam always goes back to his dead mate. Even when he finds out he's pregnant. It was so much that I felt it tainted the happiness and will always have this shadow over them when in probability his mate would never want Sam to do that. Stephen is such an understanding man even when Sam is so upfront about it that he's almost callus.
So even though it left this bittersweet feeling in me, I did enjoy the read. I loved the pregnancy and delivery and their happy future with their child.
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Overall I enjoyed the story, and thought that Sam and Stephan made cute mates.Read more