The legions will be unleashed, and no human, rogue dragon, or former dragonslayer can stand against the coming horde.
Dragon hatchling Ember Hill was never prepared to find love at all - dragons do not suffer human emotions - let alone with a human, and a former dragonslayer at that. With Garret, an ex-soldier of St. George, dying at her feet after sacrificing his freedom and his life to expose the deepest of betrayals, Ember knows only that nothing she was taught by the dragon organization Talon is true. About humans, about rogue dragons, about herself and what she's capable of doing and feeling.
In the face of great loss, Ember vows to stand with rogue dragon Riley against St. George and her own twin brother, Dante - the heir apparent to all of Talon, and the boy who will soon unleash the greatest threat and terror dragonkind has ever known. Talon is poised to take over the world, and the abominations they have created will soon take to the skies, darkening the world with the promise of blood and death to those who will not yield.
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By Mary Catherine on 24-06-17
I've had enough, thank you
I have been enjoying this series and I recommend it for the fans, but after going through life and death situations and being on the run, you would think that Ember would have matured a little. After 11 chapters, when I got to the "I'm bored" (again) and "He's my brother" (again) whine, I stopped the book. It's a shame that there is the perfect soldier, the caretaker of many, and the tech wizard all stuck with useless, dangerously stupid Ember. By the time I had reached my tolerance level with Ember's stupid self, I didn't care if the brother chained her in a dungeon, slit her throat, or crowned her queen. And to have one of the guys end up with her, ugh. Some characters are really too stupid to live - Ember just ruined the whole series for me and I will not continue.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
By Scott Rowlands on 19-03-18
Not the best in the series
The beginning of the book moved very slowly. it revisited many parts from the first book, but from a different perspective.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful