The first book in the paranormal Dragon Heat series is an intriguing and unique read about vampires and dragons.
The draconian demigoddess, Zoricah, has no choice but to ask her race’s archenemy for help in solving a series of killings before one of her own meets the same fate. The Vampire King Tardieh finds himself torn between overwhelming sexual heat and his centuries-old distrust when the flames of passion ignite between him and Zoricah.
The fast-paced plot keeps the reader on their toes from beginning to end with lots of action and suspense. The prologue starts the story with a bang and it continues to keep the reader engaged throughout without slowing down as the author describes each scene with vivid imagery. The characters are strong, bewitching and grab the reader’s attention and the team of characters that come together to fight a common enemy adds depth and ensures that the reader wants to know more.
The attraction between Zoricah and Tardieh burns hot and the sex scenes are hot and steamy, but the relationship is full of drama as their mission and their mistrust gets in the way. The emotional turmoil, the drama and the suspense all capture the reader’s attention and draw them into the story.
The world created by the author is fascinating with some very interesting concepts and twists that surprise the reader and keep them guessing, making a very good storyline for the series and giving future books lots of potential. The only problem that I found was that during the beginning things seemed a little off, I’m not sure what exactly, but I think it was because I was having problems with the pronunciations of the names and it took me a little while to find a rhythm. The glossary at the beginning helped with giving the reader a good idea of what’s what, but maybe adding the pronunciations might help some. Once I got past that, things were definitely better and I enjoyed the book, so I am looking forward to the next one.
Zoricah, the draconian demigoddess, has limited time to uncover a series of killings before one of her own meets the same fate. Determined not to let that happen, Zoricah has no other choice but to ask for the help of her race’s archenemy.
Tardieh, the Vampire King, has long learnt not to trust the Dragons but when the flames of passion ignite between him and Zoricah, he finds himself torn between overwhelming sexual heat and his centuries-old distrust.
Together they have to overcome their own prejudices before it is too late for their races and their love.