A life living on a farm, making jewelry, and protecting her mentally
challenged brother is what keeps her busy. He's immortal, has powerful
magic, and is fighting to protect his fellow dragons from their enemies.
A chance meeting on a mountain brings them together to help another
dragon find his sword. Can they fall in love, find the sword, and maybe
not make a prophecy come true?
Sabina likes her secluded life with her mentally challenged brother. One
night she wakes up and goes looking for Camlo and she finds him
watching the night sky, giving her a cryptic message of "their coming."
Roman's gift being a dragon is to shape metal. He is to go with his
friend V to look for V's sword that was stolen hundreds of years ago.
They've tracked the sword to Romania and the mountains near where
Sabina lives. Within a few days of their search, Roman and V run into
Camlo in the forest. For some reason, when V and Camlo touch, it
knocks V out, so he's taken to Sabina's farm so he can recover.
As V heals, Roman and Sabina get to know each other better. They are
both surprised by how much they want to share and reveal to each
other. Once V is strong enough to travel, all four of them head to
Iceland, where they now believe Sabina's ancestors may have hidden
V's sword. On this treacherous trip, secrets are revealed about the
truth behind the sword disappearance, and what it means to the safety
of the Dragon Kings. There's a prophecy, and if it comes true, it will
mean the worst for them all...
Dragonfire by Donna Grant is a
heart-pounding read. Personally, I was a little confused by how some of
the other characters were involved with the Dragon Kings, but that is
probably because I've only read one other of the books in Donna
Grant's Dark Kings series.
That being said, once I got into the book, I felt it stood alone well. I'm
looking forward to the next book in the series. Can't wait to see if the
Dragon Kings and their allies can defeat their common enemy.
Passion burns hot in the next Dark Kings novel from
New York Times bestseller Donna Grant.
effort to help a fellow Dragon King, Roman finds himself in
Romania where he encounters a mysterious gypsy who has links
to the missing sword Roman is looking for. The more he gets
to know of Sabina, the more Roman knows that she is
connected to the Dragon Kings as well as the new, shadowy
enemies the Kings have. And to learn more, Roman has no
choice but to return to the land he once ruled, a land of
fire and ice.
Sabina's quiet life is shattered by
the arrival of two men she quickly learn aren't just
immortal, but Dragon Kings. It's through her brother that
she discovers their ancestors are the ones who stole the
sword. Wanting to set things right, Sabina agrees to help
Roman. She never images it will mean leaving her home for
Iceland, overcoming her fear of heights, and realizing
she's much stronger than she ever knew. But it's finding
love in the arms of a dragon that makes it all worthwhile.