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Review: Dragon Eternal by Donna Grant

The perfect world of dragons separated from humans becomes more complicated as more questions arise about how the humans show up on this world. Added to the mystery is finding out why those with magic are being systematically killed off. When it comes to children being slaughtered, the dragon kings cannot help themselves. They need to get involved. Shaw's mission... find out what is going on in Stonemore.

I missed the Divine in the last book. I guess I didn't understand how that being was involved. After delving into this book, I thought I would have more answers only to get more questions. I also don't remember Shaw as one of the dragon kings. We do learn quite a bit about Shaw and what he thinks of this new world of Zora. It is a bittersweet experience for him. This new world should have been a safe haven for the Dragon Kings to reunite with their dragons again. It should have all been over. This is Ms. Grant. Doesn't seem like the Dragon Kings will ever have a stable quiet life.

Shaw meets up with Nia. Nia's life has been a hard one. Learning how Stonemore came to be is disturbing and concerning. It also makes me wonder what other supernatural beings are in this world. The Divine I thought at first was a human but now I'm not sure. It is a little like the Wizard of Oz. Who is behind the curtain? It seems there is a controlling minority that infects each city. I wonder how long it will take until this storyline is revealed and concluded. I'm intrigued and want to know more. Nia's piece of the information is just the tip of the iceberg. Nia and Shaw's interaction is a balm to sooth Shaw's need to care for someone. Shaw is the man who finally helps Nia get what she needs . . . freedom. The two of them together is sweet. This paranormal romance is recommended to readers who love dragons and protective males.

* I received an ARC for an honest review


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