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- Listening Length: 3 hours and 1 minute
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- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Mythical Lake Press, LLC
- Audible.com Release Date: January 15, 2018
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078Y9TCXP
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Finding the Dragon: Stonefire British Dragons, Book 10 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Series: Stonefire Dragons
Author: Jessie Donovan
Designation: Book 10 of Stonefire Dragons Series, Novella Length, No Cliffhanger But Not Recommended As Standalone #paranormalromance #dragonshifterhero #humanheroine
Reading Platform: Kindle Edition
My Rating: Five Delightfully Entertaining Stars*****
**Disclosure: Finding the Dragon is a sequel to Reawakening the Dragon, Book Five of the Stonefire Dragons Series, featuring dragonshifter Kai Sutherland and human investigative reporter Jane Hartley. Although Reawakening the Dragon, Book 5, concluded with a lovely happy ending, this novella is a followup which addresses an intriguing little plot bunny left behind by Donovan in Kai and Jane's original story. Most of Donovan's recent releases in both the Stonefire and Lochguard Series can be read as standalones, but I highly recommend, at least, reading Reawakening the Dragon, Book 5 of the Stonefire Dragons Series prior to reading this novella.
I've been a Jessie Donovan fan for years and never miss a new release. Donovan is, without a doubt, one of the most reliable authors in the paranormal romance genre today, consistently penning well crafted and written paranormal romance with extraordinary worlds, highly imaginative storylines, fascinating characters, and always beautiful covers. And Finding the Dragon is no exception! I was thrilled when Donovan announced she would be doing a follow-up novella to Reawakening the Dragon which featured handsome, stubborn, and domineering dragonshifter Kai Sutherland, Head Protector of Stonefire, and beautiful, hardheaded, and fiercely independent BBC investigative reporter/journalist Jane Hartley. I was immediately smitten with Kai Sutherland when he was first introduced early in the Stonefire Series and hoped Donovan would create a story for him, but I knew it would take a very special young woman to hold her own against the strong, opinionated Head Protector. And plucky BBC investigative reporter/journalist Jane Hartley was the perfect ying for his yang! She countered his every move with skill, smarts, and a whole lot of sass. These two characters complemented each other brilliantly with the perfect combination of snark and passion. Kai and Jane have always been two of my favorite Stonefire characters and both have appeared frequently throughout the entire series. I was so hoping this book would address a little plot bunny left behind by Donovan in their original story and it did! Thank you, Jessie Donovan. It's not uncommon for Donovan to leave little unopened surprises for her readers. They're like baby seedlings that need only a water, fertilizer, and love to grow, and Donovan cultivates them with great skill. She definitely keeps her readers on their toes! But as usual, I digress, so let's talk about Finding the Dragon. The narrative is beautifully written in the third person with multiple perspectives. The primary points of view are given by the two protagonists, dragonshifter Kai Sutherland and his human mate of less than a year, former investigative Jane Hartley, but we also get a brief insight from Rhydian Griffiths, leader of Clan Snowridge and a fairly new character in the series. The dialogue is smart, snappy, well executed and flows effortlessly. But my favorite component of all Donovan's stories is the large, diverse cast of engaging characters. Once you become a Donovan fan, these remarkable characters become your friends and family. It feels like coming home for a lovely visit every time I read a Donovan story. No spoilers from me but I will say this... A stubborn dragonshifter Head Protector determined to find his missing sister and protect the woman he loves-check! A beautiful human reporter who champions dragonshifters and is determined to protect her dragonshifter mate-check! A rebellious teenage dragonshifter who wants to become an investigative reporter like her brother's new mate but seems to have a knack for getting herself into trouble-check! Danger, drama, betrayal, adventure, angst, suspense, heinous enemies, and a blast from the past with less than honorable intentions-check! Dreamy romance and heartwarming love-you bet! That and a whole lot more!
DId I like this book? No, I LOVED it! Would I recommend it? You bet and I am but only for adult readers. These horny dragons do love their sexy times! lol... Will I read this author again? Absolutely! I can hardly wait for Donovan's next book! And finally, was I entertained? Completely! Fabulous entertainment and an awesome read!
Kai & Jabe go to help find the missing girl along with other missing children. Kai accidentally gets hurt & Jane has to deal with Kai's ex. Will Kai's love for Jane be enough to with stand the mate-claim frenzy of his true mate that broke him so many years ago.
This book has serious & funny parts. It's nice to see the softer side to Kai & an even softer side to his dragon. Janey likes to give dragon cuddles & Kai doesn't like her to call them that, but his dragon doesn't mind. Got to love dragon cuddles!
I love, love - Jane and Kai. I have been enamored of series reading for a long time. This couple does not take any crap from anyone - not even each other. I simply think Jessie has a way with her characters that bring them to life so vividly. I enjoy these "novellas" because they are able for us, the readers to see characters we have come to love in the other books.
Finding the Dragon is an outstanding book for the Dragon Series. I have simply enjoyed reading about these fine dragons and their respective humans. I could say so much - but then it would be spoiler alerts galore.
Simply put, this is a great book to while away time and be entertained.
So after hearing that his sister is missing Kai and Jane head to Smowbridge to go and find her. What they discover is a bigger plot that practically blew my mind!
First let's talk about the fact that Jane and Kai had so many insecurities that was addressed here. Mostly being the fear of losing the other, I am glad they got to prove to each other they were more than enough.
There was three scenes that made me angry, all involving Kai's past. It was with gritted teeth that I read through them (you will too)
Then the emotional side of it was also hard not to get sad about it. But thankfully it wasn't many. Even though this book had such much happening with the Snowbridge clan it was still amazing and it open it up to more questions though.
The answers I hope are in Craved by the Dragon (which I can't wait to read!) A lot packed into a novella and you will not be disappointed these books are getting better and better. And let me point out that with long standing series like this it's usually the opposite. But Jessie manages to up the ante, bravo girl!