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Jarek (Scifi Alien Weredragon Romance) (Dragons of Preor) (Volume 1) Paperback – September 2, 2016
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This book started out strong. Dragon shifters coming to Earth to find mates, because they have no females. The science fiction 'breeder' type book. It revolves around fated mates of these dragon shifter males. Now where I had a problem is that I felt that I would have enjoyed the book more, if I had read the authors previous Ujal series. This book is supposed to be book one of a new series, but a lot had happened in the Ujal books; which was alluded (edited) to in this one.
Because of this the author was telling me a lot of context instead of letting me experience it for myself. Which was a shame because I would have understood both characters more it I could have gotten to know them better.
There was also some minor context problems around the moniker War Master, and when the heroine knew he was a War Master. Early on it was understood by Melissa he was War Master, then in later chapters she was clueless. If I could have know both Melissa and Jarek as portrayed in the first chapters this would have been a better read for me.
So I jumped on this as soon as it was offered based on how much I remembered liking Erun, but I didn't remember Melissa or her tie to the stolen babies from that book so I was going in with almost a clean slate. I like CK taking shifter romances and turning them into aliens, since it puts a slightly new spin on it and opens up more possibilities. Sadly this one left me more frustrated than satisfied. I wanted a lot more world building. They're freakin DRAGONS....how cool is that? What is their home planet like? What are the Preors really like? We get next to nothing. It didn't help that Jarek spent most of the book unable to shift so we don't get a whole lot of dragon time. I also really missed the humor. Melissa didn't bring the funny. There was one scene when she first sees a large group of dragons landing on the beach that was pretty hilarious but that was about it. I just never connected with either Melissa or Jarek and although it kept me interested enough to keep reading, it just never fully clicked with me. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that the next book draws me in more because c'mon....DRAGONS! Dragons should never be boring, and they're a definite minority when it comes to shifter books.
Jarek is a dragon shifter on the planet Preor. These dragons keep the wings when in human form. (Which I thought was an awesome take on the dragon shifter.) He is getting to the age where he will go into the madness since he has not found his mate in his 457 years and he never thought to ever find her. So, as the War Master of the third fleet he decided to help the young dragons find their mate with the treaty from earth and the help of the Ujal. He had no idea that he would ever find his mate, much less on earth. He figured this would be his last trip before heading into his final journey as the madness consumes him. Once he leaves the ship to meet with the Ujal delegation he gets this odd feeling that something isn’t right and being the War Master assumed that maybe the Ujal were in danger. But that changes once he reaches delegation and he sees Melissa with the Prince Tave’s baby then the Knowing struck.
The Ujal are going to be advocates in helping the Preor find their human mates. Melissa never registered as a potential Preor mate because she is the nanny to the baby of the Ujal Prince Tave and Principessa Rina fa’Vyl-Zeret. While playing with the baby Ressa, Melissa’s world began to change. She could tell that something wasn’t right and that it was as if the air is sucked out of her. She has feelings that she isn’t feeling and can’t seem to separate each feeling from the next.
This is where I stop. Because from here on out you need to read the book and see for yourself how good it gets. Jarek has his job cut out for him in protecting Melissa and himself from the Preor that do not believe he deserves a mate. Will Jarek and Melissa survive the coming storm?