Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Review: Felicity Heaton - Taken by a Dragon.

Author: Felicity Heaton
Title: Taken by a Dragon
Series: Eternal Mates #7

Rating: B
Heat: Hot

Bought from: ARC copy from the author
Read book format: Ebook


Possessed by a need to save a beautiful Amazon warrior from the vision he witnessed, Loke snatched her from the midst of the battle between the Third and Fifth realm of the demons, and carried her to his home deep in the black mountains of Hell to protect her. But as the fierce little female awakens, he finds she’s anything but grateful, and his dragon instincts roar to life to warn she might be more to him than an enemy—she might be his fated female. 

Anais remembers meeting a handsome warrior in the heat of battle, a man who was her enemy but who looked at her with eyes that held dark heat and wicked promises. When she wakes to find that same dragon shifter has taken her captive, desire is the last thing on her mind, but escaping him to return to Archangel, the hunter organisation she works for, sounds less than appealing when he reveals the reason he took her—to stop her from dying. 

Can Loke protect Anais from the dangers of his realm and how far will he go to save her from the future he keeps witnessing? Can Anais resist the fierce attraction that burns between them as hot as fire and stay true to Archangel or will her heart be taken by the dragon? 



This was the book I looked most forward to of the four books Felicity decided to publish one after another. Shape shifters isn't really my thing, but I gladly read books that are about dragons. This one had all of the necessary elements a books needs to create a great romance story. Great characters, great enviroment and and exciting story. The only thing I was disapointed about was how Anais, the femail character, handled the whole situation at the end of the book, and I can't really see why she chose to stay with Archangel once she realized that they wanted to do awful things to Loke! That, unfortunately, doesn't make sense to me and Anais came out a little bit brainwashed, but maybe that was the point. Overall, I loved the book and I highly recommend it! 

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