OF FIRE AND FLAME is a look at the past through the eyes of Rhi, Con, and Death (Eirth) during the time that Con and Rhi were separated. The actions of all three are studied here in this offering, with some new details and some heartbreak fans have already gone through.
This is an emotional read told from three different points of view. We look at Rhi who was nearly destroyed when Con sent another to tell her it was over (Cowardly you might say but when you read it all from Con's POV, you will understand). He, too, was quite gutted by the decision he thought he had to make, to make it right for his fellow Kings.
Erith was the most interesting to me as we are given more of her life and the troubles that she herself faces during this time period. The mistake she made with her Reapers and especially Bran, who in turn wanted to destroy all of them - kind of understandable knowing what went on there. The twins were an interesting twist for Erith, who tried to do the right thing after saving them and Rhi, but they fought her.
No one but author Donna Grant could have or would have given her readers this heartbreaking yet necessary read. The Dragon King series is just in the beginning stages, but with the Dark Kings as the background readers have been given and these novella's that fill in all the missing pieces, I, for one, cannot wait to get to the twins and the other realm.
OF FIRE AND FLAME will burn you in a good way as Ms. Grant gives us some more answers to questions that have been asked for a while and perhaps gives readers more to think about as we begin a new journey together.
Return to New York Times bestselling author Donna Grant's Dark Kings world for a special prequel novella…
Three extraordinary beings, one tangled Fate.
Untold power requires unfathomable responsibility. But it also brings danger, sacrifice, heartache, and many tough decisions. One fateful day and the choices and actions therein have the power to ripple across time, affecting more people than ever imagined.
Destiny brought them together. Fate tore them apart. But time may heal all wounds