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Apparently, there are no more dragons left, except these three brothers. With no more females, they are a desperate lot in finding a way to have progeny. In the earlier books, Vika, the human female, married to Evan is carrying a child. What no one talks about between the brothers is will Vika be able to bear this child? Will it be in dragon form or human? This anxiety the brothers feel, is also carried by the reader. That’s problem one.
Problem two is the shape-shifter Kera, who is mate to Wynn, another brother. She carries a child. Will a shape-shifter be able to bear a dragon?
And then there is Dougal, the eldest of the brothers who was married to the last female dragon. She was a bit promiscuous so even though she carried a child, Dougal wasn’t sure it was his. But this is a moot point, because Cliona was attacked and killed. Of course, this leaves Dougal in a bit of a funk.
Fiona knew Cliona, but only in human form. She was her best friend, and since she’s gone missing for some time, Fiona is determined to find her. Hence, her interest in going to the local village. Thinking Cliona may be there, she finds much more to keep her busy, keeping her from searching for her friend. Right at the top of the list is Dougal. Every time she is in danger, he shows up. It is his duty to protect those in the village, but he feels highly protective of Fiona. Fiona soon is swayed by his chivalrous manners.
Pirates swarm the area, looking for treasure, and are out to retaliate for a ship badly damaged, they presume by the villagers. (They don’t realize the brothers did the damage.) So the honorable thing, of course, for the brothers, is to protect those who attack. The story is action-packed with sly pirates sneaking into the village, where villagers help defeat the pirates, where dragons, highly sensitized to protect their mates, learn how to fight like men.
I can see this series will continue to evolve. After all, there were several loose threads not tied up at the end. The scenes where Dougal learns to seduce a female in human form is ridiculously amusing. I enjoyed how Fiona, although not human, trustingly befriends the villagers, and quickly learns how to avoid the bad guys who lust for a good tumble. I hope you join Badger’s band wagon–to fantasize how the Island of Skye may have been centuries ago.
Author provided an ARC for review. My opinions and comments are solely my own.