September 9, 2018 1 min to read
Review: The Dragon’s Woman by Alix Nichols
Category : Reviews
Geru Gokk is a lethal dragon shifter. He’s handsome, charming, rich… and mad.
In those rare moments when he can think clearly, he loathes himself for the murders he abetted. Except, the victims survived, and they forgave him. But Geru’s foggy mind cannot fathom that.
Nor can it see his best friend Lady Marye Atiz for who she really is—his dragon’s true mate.
She’s the one who awakened his dormant power. The one he flies to at night, consumed by the need to hold her, to claim her. The one who loves him with all her heart.
But when Geru is captured and turned into a weapon of war, Marye must risk everything to pierce the dragon’s madness.
Will Geru find the clarity to fight for them and for all he holds dear before it’s too late? And will the ardor of their bond be their salvation or their undoing?
THE DRAGON’S WOMAN is the third paranormal romance / romantic sci fi novel in the Keepers of Xereill series. It can be read as a standalone.
Genre: Romance, Sci-Fi, Shifter (Dragon)
Standalone: Ish – Geru and Marye’s story is complete but the overarching story is not.
Part of a Series: Yes Book 3 of the Keepers of Xereill series
Steam Level: Quite Warm at times
The intrigue of the Keepers of Xereill story continues in The Dragon’s Woman. In previous books we’ve met the main characters/players. Set among a backdrop of political corruption and greed, backstabbing, and revolution The Dragon’s Woman focuses on Geru and Marye. I love the Dragon’s POV and the abilities that he learns he has and harnesses. The Dragon’s Woman is intriguing. You don’t know where it’s going or who to trust. This is a great addition of the series and I cannot wait for more to come.
I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.
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