Friday, September 12, 2014

Sacrificed to the Dragon part 2 by Jessie Donovan

Title:  Sacrificed to the Dragon part 2
Series:  Stonefire Dragons #2
Author:  Jessie Donovan
Published:  Aug 1/14
Length:  48pgs
Format:   ecopy
Genre:  paranormal roance
Shelf:  review
Rating:  ★★★★★

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Abandoned and humiliated, Melanie tries her best to maintain her composure as Bram explains the reason for Tristan leaving--something called a “mate claim frenzy”. In other words, the next time Tristan comes face to face with her, his inner dragon will take control and claim her for his own. Both Bram and Samira try to convince her to accept his attentions earlier than her contract specifies or risk putting not only herself, but also the members of their clan in danger.

Tristan stays away from Melanie as long as possible, but to prevent his dragon from completely taking over, he returns to Stonefire’s lands the afternoon after the First Kiss ceremony. When he shows up naked on Melanie’s doorstep, his human-half maintains control long enough to garner her consent.

Now it’s only a matter of time before Melanie conceives and fulfills her contract. But once she does, will Tristan overcome his hatred of humans and stay with her, or will he push her away?

My Review:

OMG! This series just keeps getting better and better! Donovan has crafted an intricate plot that will leave you breathless and dying for more. You also really get to know the main characters better in this instalment. Heated lust combines with the need to get to know one another and creates a relationship full of heat and resentment. At the same time, you see the characters who are willing to give a little to get to know this. Combine this with Donovan’s brilliant storytelling and larger than life descriptions and you get a story that you won’t be able to put out of your mind.

Overall? Donovan takes serials to a whole new level with this instalment. It was a phenomenal read that leaves you dying for more. I would highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys shifters, but if you don’t enjoy cliff-hangers then you may want to wait until all instalments have been released.

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