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She works for her uncle and is devoted to taking care of her child like mother. In this story we see two plot lines form before our hero and heroine have the chance to meet.

Our hero, is a Drago. A dragon hidden in a man's body until he finds an ancient artifact, one that could save him before his body turns on him.

Its his "mothers heart" a way of dragons protecting their young from mankind finding Dragon children before they mature.

But now he is hunting those who had stolen the artifact which rightfully belongs to him. This leads him to a trading camp where he meets Halani.

As they travel together, both contain secrets from each other but there is a burning passion that erupts between them. But the empress is hunting them and will stop at nothing to have Malachus and the dragon inside of him.

Dragon Unleashed was such a delight to read, I am not sure if this book is better or not than the first book. I would say that I enjoyed both installments on the same level.

I will mention that my lower rating is due to the fact that the first half of the book is a bit slower going.

There are engaging moments but it doesn't really kick up speed till really the last third of the book.

The same thing happened in the first book for me. Not sure why I am struggling with the later installments of this author, when other books from her I have had no issue in getting into the stories.

Or maybe it could be just me. I will say that I adored the characters in this book. Both Malachus and Halani are fabulous characters.

Malachus may seem arrogant at times, but he also has a strong sense of honor and what is right and wrong and I truly admired how he sticks by his own principles.

Halani does what she does to protect herself and her family. Even when she commits wrongdoing she admits to it and doesn't make excuses.

I really admired that trait about Halani that she knows she does wrong but doesn't hide it when she is confronted by it.

She owns up to her own mistakes. Both of them have some hurdles to cross that is for sure, but the adventure and journey we see them go on in finding their HEA was pure delight and quite invigorating at times.

There is such a strong level of intrigue and mystery in what unravels throughout the story and true justice happens in the end And those who have read the first book will be thrilled with the ending and what happens with the villain.

You will always have a place among us, a place beside me, in life and beyond death when the earth sings us to dust Overall I found Dragon Unleashed to be a truly awe opening installment, a world of mystery, danger, dragons and magic View 1 comment.

May 04, Alexandra rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

I knew that this had to do with draga and Halani and I couldn't be more excited! While the first book dealt with enemies to lovers this one was a slow burn of friends turned to lovers.

Filled with lush descriptions, amazing world-building, and the Empress lurking in every corner searching for Malachus, I felt like I had be I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

Filled with lush descriptions, amazing world-building, and the Empress lurking in every corner searching for Malachus, I felt like I had been transported into the book.

Halani was also a great heroine filled with duty and power, despite the psychological bullying of her uncle.

She has a lovely mother and a trusty crew too. My only comfort is that I have already pre-ordered this book so I am going to enjoy the final copy too!

Can someone pick this up for a TV series adaptation please!? Apr 21, Melliane rated it liked it. But this time we follow the story of Halani and Malachus.

An encounter that will change them both! I may not have been as hooked as I 3. I may not have been as hooked as I was on the first volume, but it was a nice surprise again.

The adventure of our heroes is intriguing and they will have to face many problems! Yes, a good second volume. May 04, Minni Mouse marked it as to-read Shelves: coming-soon.

I may not have loved Phoenix Unbound but let's be real -- if it's a Grace Draven fantasy, I'm reading it. We are back in the Krael empire where magic is outlawed.

Her Uncle buys a piece of bone belonging to a dead draga, but Halani senses it is more. Most of the world believes the dragas are gone from this world, but they live among them disguised as human.

Meanwhile, Malachus is living on borrowed time. He must find a key part of his heritage. He has tracked it t We are back in the Krael empire where magic is outlawed.

He has tracked it to a group of free traders with an earth witch, who fascinates him. The story was slow-moving but slowly pulled me in.

We learn another party is searching for the draga bone and that the Empress wants a draga of her own. I enjoyed how Draven tied all the threads together as we moved closer to the heart of the Krael empire.

The suspense built and the storyline pulled me in, particularly during the second half. I liked Halani and adored her mother.

Both have suffered hardships. We get to know key characters within the caravan and her harsh, conniving uncle.

When Malachus in injured, it is Halani who heals him. The romance was for me more subdued than the first book.

I fear that for some the slow burn will have them losing interest before it flames. The second half is faster-paced as the romance develops and the dangerous villains make their moves.

And the Uncle.. The world-building, magic, myths and magical items were impressive and unique. The climactic scenes as Halani and Malachus faced danger had me biting my nails, and Draven delivered an epilogue of sorts to wrap up their story.

Katharine Lee McEwan once again narrated and she brought distinct voices to the characters, in particular Halani and Malachus strengthening their points of view.

Her tone and pacing enhanced the story and holding me captive even during the slower unfolding in the first half. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer Jun 01, aarya marked it as dnf Shelves: fiction-genre-romance , tag-s-mf , theme-c-doctor-nurse-healer , theme-c-witch-wizard-sorcerer , year , r-subgenre-fantasy-romance , owned-in-arc-ebook , theme-c-dragon-unicorn-phoenix-etc , did-not-finish , theme-c-shifters.

Disclaimer: I received a free e-ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Feb 09, Jen Davis rated it liked it. It cut in line ahead of all the other books I had waiting to read and I dove in on the very same day.

It took me a while to get into it. Like half the book. To the point where I had to push myself to keep reading, reminding myself of how much I've enjoyed this author's other work and the idea that eventually the magic would kick in.

It did. The second half was awesome and all that I'd been waiting for 3. The second half was awesome and all that I'd been waiting for.

But I'm not sure I would've made it that far had this come from a new-to-me author. The problem was that I found nothing in the first half to be exciting.

There was no real action, no romance. Draven spent a lot of time laying groundwork. We met Malachus and learned his backstory: he's a draga trapped in the guise of a human, trying to reunite with the piece of his mother's claw that will allow him to shift for the first time.

It was stolen and he tracks it to a free-trader market, where it is sold to Halani's uncle. Malachus has a vision of Halani and they cross paths a couple of times before she finds him gravely injured by the thieves he was tracking and nurses him back to health.

He suspects she knows something about the artifact and she suspects he is looking for it, but they don't speak of it, instead focusing on his recovery, telling stories, and him teaching her to read.

Oh, and the evil Empress wants the bone too, convinced a draga will help her grow her missing arm back, so she dispatches one of her henchmen to track it down and bring it back to her.

I'm okay with a slow burn, but we're nearly pages in before so much as a kiss. And there wasn't a great deal of yearning leading up to it, which might have helped some.

Not much in the way of action, either. Just Malachus getting to know Halani and her people.

There was a little angst in Malachus over his backstory, but it felt more like warm water than fiery rage. I think if that first half had been distilled to about half of what it was--or if the need was dialed up a little--I'd feel a little differently about the book overall.

Because once the romance started, I was so much more engaged. Not that I found the reasons for Malachus's disgust all that believable After all, he did kind of know Halani had something to do with the artifact all along.

But I didn't care about that so much as I was excited they were feeling things. They finally wanted each other and they were finally revealing the meat of what drove them.

The climax was great and props to Draven for folding in the mythology to get us to that point. I believed in the romance once we got there and I was there for it--as well as the dragon parts and the HEA.

I'm also kind of stoked for the idea of a book about the empress's "cat's paw" Gharek and his enigmatic servant Siora. Hopefully, that story will come next--and there will be enough going on at the beginning to invest me in what's going on while I wait for the romance.

Not my favorite from Draven, but I'll be back for what comes next. Tutti Dolci Yes, exactly! That said, I love Grace Draven's other work, and while I did like Halani and Malachus, this was probably my least favorite story.

May 21, TJ rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy-romance , fantasy , reads. Superbly written romance and deftly executed plot.

It inhabits intrigue and adventure while diving deep into relationships and growth. NOT easily accomplished in any book but one beautifully done in this story.

My only complaint is that we desperately need at least a little time to enjoy the hard-earned happiness these characters have won.

As it stands the very minute we can smile, the last page turns. Even a short epilogue would satisfy. Jun 09, Isabel rated it liked it. I am honestly quite unsure about this book, at one hand I didn't LOVE it as I did with book number one but it was a good story, it just didn't hit it off with me.

It wasn't like a continuance of a series. Halani is someone who I could relate to, and how she was things and how she sacrificed for her family was very moving.

But however, the abuse she has had to endure on the hands of her uncle yes I think of its as abuse with pressuring her because of her mum left a really bad taste in my mouth.

I don't know if it was just me, and it possibly could be. Malachus was the biggest problem for me.

I am supposed to fall in love with him, or at least understand why Halani does and I didn't immediately. I took some time, and even at the end it was a bit meh.

The love story fell flat for me this time, and I haven't really had that happen with Grace before.

Also, some of the language used in this book wasn't as engaging for me as it was in book one. Her story building with words wasn't there.

Gilene's story just hit harder for me. Enchanting story as always, lyrical and beautifully written. But it was sooooo slow.

Per usual with Draven, the story is character rather than plot driven. The climax was great, but it was a long meandering road getting there.

Azarian and Gilene were minor secondary characters, it was nice to see glimpses of them. As this is the second installment in the Fallen Empire series, you would be best served if you have some semblance of knowledge as to the world that this story takes place in.

I say that because the main characters from Phoenix Unbound Gilene and Valden show up in this story briefly. This story focuses on Halani, who is the free trader from Phoenix Unbound and Malachus, who we have not seen before.

Jun 02, Kara-karina rated it really liked it. I've read Dragon Unleashed within a week of starting it, but had to re-arrange my thoughts for a few weeks before I was comfortable enough to share them with you.

Taken on its own, this book has a good, solid story, lovely, developed characters and a comfortingly familiar world-building. There is a melancholy and fatalism in Halani which I found deeply fascinating.

Her people are travellers with a rich culture of storytelling, beautifully decorated wagons and lively music. Halani doesn't agree wi I've read Dragon Unleashed within a week of starting it, but had to re-arrange my thoughts for a few weeks before I was comfortable enough to share them with you.

Halani doesn't agree with everything in her world but accepts it as is. Her destiny is with the caravan, her mother and her uncle. She is a healer and a carer, so much so, that it's hard for the reader to see anything else in the beginning.

Malachus, on the other hand, is a creature of fire. There is suppressed rage and anger in him and resentment of people, who persecuted dragas for centuries.

It's almost like an ancestral memory. He has this sense of urgency around him and massive determination.

He is quiet and stays in the shadows, observing and cataloguing before striking. And yet, they work really well as a couple.

One grounds, the other ignites. What is said between them is compacted and precise, and what is unsaid speaks volumes. I love that about this couple.

They were quiet but intense. Saying all this, compared with Phoenix Unbound, Dragon Unleashed falls a little bit short.

While the first book is an epic story of love and retribution, the second one is an interlude. It doesn't get a chance to spread its wings before it's finished.

I liked it, but the ending left me unsatisfied. Still, recommended! Jun 14, Allison Keith rated it really liked it Shelves: romance , fantasy.

Grace Draven never fails to tell a unique story set against a vividly built world filled with characters who are authentic and relatable.

Her writing style is eloquent, erudite, and evocative. The mythos of her fantasy world is finely layered into the story.

The plot is imaginative, and the ending was incredibly satisfying. These are adults who communicate, who are honest with each another, and who respect Grace Draven never fails to tell a unique story set against a vividly built world filled with characters who are authentic and relatable.

These are adults who communicate, who are honest with each another, and who respect themselves and one another.

This is another winning combination of fantasy and romance from such a talented author. Five horror icons ditch an unprofitable autograph signing convention to earn some extra cash haunting an RV park, but find themselves being haunted instead.

It's the return to a world of bloodthirsty zombies: Lt. Colonel Sawyer and the residents of the last survivor camp face more and more severe undead attacks.

A local Sheriff decides to right the wrongs in the small town prior to his demise, unbeknownst to him, the Deputy, his son is hot on his heels in pursuit and alerts the Attorney General, who happens to turn a blind eye to the Sheriff.

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But when he develops a friendship with a young orphan and a local William Devane portrays the families patriarch, while John Schneider plays the sister's protagonist, her cynical civilian brother.

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Written by Ninja Wow, I couldn't even get past the 35 min mark of the 77 min length. Writer and director Rene Perez has a bunch of films on his resume most look like knock-offs from popular films , and all rated pretty much below a 3.

I get these are all D-grade low budget independent films, but how about sitting out a few films and taking that money to go to film school.

I've seen better writing and directing from a 5th grade drama class. Right from the start, the outdoor scenes were all truncated from the suns flares.

There's a thing called a lens cup, and it has an obvious use. Plus I'm pretty sure the lens needed a good spit and clean lol.

The scenes were all dragged out, mainly pointless, and the plot a huge mess. Way too obvious scene to scene, or jumping into a new scene out of nowhere.

Bad editing. The fight if I can even call it that scenes' choreography was a joke. The slow motion was lame. The dialogue was even lamer.

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Jun 01, aarya marked it as dnf Shelves: fiction-genre-romance , tag-s-mf , theme-c-doctor-nurse-healer , theme-c-witch-wizard-sorcerer , year , r-subgenre-fantasy-romance , owned-in-arc-ebook , theme-c-dragon-unicorn-phoenix-etc , did-not-finish , theme-c-shifters.

Disclaimer: I received a free e-ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Feb 09, Jen Davis rated it liked it.

It cut in line ahead of all the other books I had waiting to read and I dove in on the very same day. It took me a while to get into it.

Like half the book. To the point where I had to push myself to keep reading, reminding myself of how much I've enjoyed this author's other work and the idea that eventually the magic would kick in.

It did. The second half was awesome and all that I'd been waiting for 3. The second half was awesome and all that I'd been waiting for.

But I'm not sure I would've made it that far had this come from a new-to-me author. The problem was that I found nothing in the first half to be exciting.

There was no real action, no romance. Draven spent a lot of time laying groundwork. We met Malachus and learned his backstory: he's a draga trapped in the guise of a human, trying to reunite with the piece of his mother's claw that will allow him to shift for the first time.

It was stolen and he tracks it to a free-trader market, where it is sold to Halani's uncle. Malachus has a vision of Halani and they cross paths a couple of times before she finds him gravely injured by the thieves he was tracking and nurses him back to health.

He suspects she knows something about the artifact and she suspects he is looking for it, but they don't speak of it, instead focusing on his recovery, telling stories, and him teaching her to read.

Oh, and the evil Empress wants the bone too, convinced a draga will help her grow her missing arm back, so she dispatches one of her henchmen to track it down and bring it back to her.

I'm okay with a slow burn, but we're nearly pages in before so much as a kiss. And there wasn't a great deal of yearning leading up to it, which might have helped some.

Not much in the way of action, either. Just Malachus getting to know Halani and her people. There was a little angst in Malachus over his backstory, but it felt more like warm water than fiery rage.

I think if that first half had been distilled to about half of what it was--or if the need was dialed up a little--I'd feel a little differently about the book overall.

Because once the romance started, I was so much more engaged. Not that I found the reasons for Malachus's disgust all that believable After all, he did kind of know Halani had something to do with the artifact all along.

But I didn't care about that so much as I was excited they were feeling things. They finally wanted each other and they were finally revealing the meat of what drove them.

The climax was great and props to Draven for folding in the mythology to get us to that point. I believed in the romance once we got there and I was there for it--as well as the dragon parts and the HEA.

I'm also kind of stoked for the idea of a book about the empress's "cat's paw" Gharek and his enigmatic servant Siora. Hopefully, that story will come next--and there will be enough going on at the beginning to invest me in what's going on while I wait for the romance.

Not my favorite from Draven, but I'll be back for what comes next. Tutti Dolci Yes, exactly!

That said, I love Grace Draven's other work, and while I did like Halani and Malachus, this was probably my least favorite story.

May 21, TJ rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy-romance , fantasy , reads. Superbly written romance and deftly executed plot.

It inhabits intrigue and adventure while diving deep into relationships and growth. NOT easily accomplished in any book but one beautifully done in this story.

My only complaint is that we desperately need at least a little time to enjoy the hard-earned happiness these characters have won.

As it stands the very minute we can smile, the last page turns. Even a short epilogue would satisfy.

Jun 09, Isabel rated it liked it. I am honestly quite unsure about this book, at one hand I didn't LOVE it as I did with book number one but it was a good story, it just didn't hit it off with me.

It wasn't like a continuance of a series. Halani is someone who I could relate to, and how she was things and how she sacrificed for her family was very moving.

But however, the abuse she has had to endure on the hands of her uncle yes I think of its as abuse with pressuring her because of her mum left a really bad taste in my mouth.

I don't know if it was just me, and it possibly could be. Malachus was the biggest problem for me. I am supposed to fall in love with him, or at least understand why Halani does and I didn't immediately.

I took some time, and even at the end it was a bit meh. The love story fell flat for me this time, and I haven't really had that happen with Grace before.

Also, some of the language used in this book wasn't as engaging for me as it was in book one. Her story building with words wasn't there.

Gilene's story just hit harder for me. Enchanting story as always, lyrical and beautifully written. But it was sooooo slow.

Per usual with Draven, the story is character rather than plot driven. The climax was great, but it was a long meandering road getting there.

Azarian and Gilene were minor secondary characters, it was nice to see glimpses of them. As this is the second installment in the Fallen Empire series, you would be best served if you have some semblance of knowledge as to the world that this story takes place in.

I say that because the main characters from Phoenix Unbound Gilene and Valden show up in this story briefly. This story focuses on Halani, who is the free trader from Phoenix Unbound and Malachus, who we have not seen before.

Jun 02, Kara-karina rated it really liked it. I've read Dragon Unleashed within a week of starting it, but had to re-arrange my thoughts for a few weeks before I was comfortable enough to share them with you.

Taken on its own, this book has a good, solid story, lovely, developed characters and a comfortingly familiar world-building. There is a melancholy and fatalism in Halani which I found deeply fascinating.

Her people are travellers with a rich culture of storytelling, beautifully decorated wagons and lively music. Halani doesn't agree wi I've read Dragon Unleashed within a week of starting it, but had to re-arrange my thoughts for a few weeks before I was comfortable enough to share them with you.

Halani doesn't agree with everything in her world but accepts it as is. Her destiny is with the caravan, her mother and her uncle. She is a healer and a carer, so much so, that it's hard for the reader to see anything else in the beginning.

Malachus, on the other hand, is a creature of fire. There is suppressed rage and anger in him and resentment of people, who persecuted dragas for centuries.

It's almost like an ancestral memory. He has this sense of urgency around him and massive determination.

He is quiet and stays in the shadows, observing and cataloguing before striking. And yet, they work really well as a couple.

One grounds, the other ignites. What is said between them is compacted and precise, and what is unsaid speaks volumes.

I love that about this couple. They were quiet but intense. Saying all this, compared with Phoenix Unbound, Dragon Unleashed falls a little bit short.

While the first book is an epic story of love and retribution, the second one is an interlude. It doesn't get a chance to spread its wings before it's finished.

I liked it, but the ending left me unsatisfied. Still, recommended! Jun 14, Allison Keith rated it really liked it Shelves: romance , fantasy.

Grace Draven never fails to tell a unique story set against a vividly built world filled with characters who are authentic and relatable.

Her writing style is eloquent, erudite, and evocative. The mythos of her fantasy world is finely layered into the story.

The plot is imaginative, and the ending was incredibly satisfying. These are adults who communicate, who are honest with each another, and who respect Grace Draven never fails to tell a unique story set against a vividly built world filled with characters who are authentic and relatable.

These are adults who communicate, who are honest with each another, and who respect themselves and one another. This is another winning combination of fantasy and romance from such a talented author.

Mar 24, Aila rated it really liked it. And let me say first: the energy is VERY different. I'm all about character interactions and development, but that seemed a bit stagnant as well.

And while I love every page immersed in this world, I couldn't help but feel my attention slip in the middle. Other than that, I enjoyed the rest of the book mightily and thought it was a solid sequel.

We begin with a hunt. Malachus is a Draga dragon-shapeshifter that traveled from another nation to Krael to find his mother's heritage: a bone.

While following the lead of the two thieves, he ends up killing them Halani finds him and nurses him back to help, despite the threat that her uncle poses in letting a stranger into her nomadic trading camp.

I loved seeing the interactions of Halani's free trader family and their loyalty towards each other sans Halani's uncle.

While Malachus is healing, Halani's greedy uncle is off to try to sell Malachus's bone to mysterious people with nefarious plans.

Their paths are slowly about to meet, as an evil empress also sets out to hunt for Malachus and his bone. And while the path is a slow one, the final climax is explosive and dynamic, making it well worth the wait.

I will be happy in other things. Life is more than just a marriage. I am more than a woman waiting to become a man's wife.

She has a fiercely loyal parent who's neurodiverse it isn't explicitly mentioned in the book, but seems like it could be similar to autism and who she loves.

I personally was really touched by their relationship, as both mother and daughter would fight to protect the other. I've read several of Draven's books that have disabled characters, and I think she writes them as wonderful additions to the story that really shine.

Halani herself isn't really expecting much to her free-trader life other than helping out the community, but that changes when she saves Malachus.

Instead, she finds herself intrigued by this wandering warrior and wondering if there was more to fight for, as well as more to sacrifice, as she starts a slow-burn romance with him.

He's always had a negative perspective on humans, especially given his family history. But Halani's quiet resilience and compassion in helping people has him rethinking that viewpoint.

He finds himself falling in love with her as she tends to his wounds, despite being a total stranger, and also becoming friends with her mother as well.

I enjoyed seeing Malachus's development from a human-hating Draga to someone who was touched by another person's compassion and sought to deliver the same kindness to others.

He has a tragic backstory, but starts healing in this book as he spends more time with Halani.

Both characters, and the excellent expansion of the setting, made this book a great fantasy romance read. The villainess was fiercely evil albeit a bit one-dimensional , and several secondary characters added to the fun in the story.

I really recommend this series for fans of fantasies that lean more heavily towards romances, and if you're a fan of the author's previous works.

It's a quieter romance, for sure, but the slow-burn will also pull at your heartstrings as Malachus and Halani work together to find themselves and help defeat evil in a kingdom with more magic than it seems.

Jun 13, Keri rated it really liked it Shelves: romance-fantasy , read. Dragon trumps evil queen every time!

Well done! This is a beautiful book, that will leave you in a state of euphoria. Halani is back from when we last saw her in Phoenix Unbound.

We learn that she is an earth witch and can hear the hymn of the earth, precious metals and items blessed with earth magic.

We jump right in from the last scene in Phoenix Unbound, told from Halani's point of view. The free trader leader, Halani's Uncle has found a treasure he wants to buy and consults Halani.

She strongly urges him to reconsider. He refuses. Un Wow. Unbeknownst to both of them, the treasure is a mother-bond and belongs to Malachus, a draga trapped in human form.

Malachus is on borrowed time, he is ready to change into his draga form, but without the mother-bond, the transformation from his human prison to draga will kill him.

Grace Draven is an unmatched word smith. Grace Draven has the ability to craft a work of art, and Dragon Unleashed is no different.

This book is expertly written with memorable characters who fans will love. Malachus jumps off the pages. We haven't seen him before, it's as if Ms.

Draven was hiding him until just the right moment. When Malachus is first introduced, I wanted more of him, his magic, and his magical horse Batraza.

From the beginning chapter on, I was hooked. I tried to read slow, and savor as much as I could, but I was too fascinated and had to keep the pages turning.

Draven has written another treasure for my book hoard, one I will reread again and again. I love Halani and her mother Asil. Where many might be annoyed with Asil, all of the characters love and treat her with the respect she deserves.

I enjoyed Asil, and am glad she and Halani's relationship is portrayed prominently throughout Dragon Unleashed.

Hamod, Halani's Uncle returns and gets his comeuppance. With the hints Ms. Draven leaves for us, some of the twists I felt before they were seen, and in no way did this detract from the story.

And the last twist, wow, poetic. I can't say more without spoiling it. I can say, the ending is as epic as the ending in Phoenix Unbound.

I highly recommend, at 5 stars. Mar 10, Kira rated it really liked it Shelves: romance , dragons , netgalley , magic , fantasy , witches.

Although this is the second book in the series, it could easily be read as a standalone. Malachus is on the hunt for his mother-bone, which was stolen from him.

It leads him to a foreign land where he encounters a group of free traders who travel from place to place. One of the women in the group Halani intrigues him.

Both of the main characters had secrets they were keeping from each other, but they had good reasons for Although this is the second book in the series, it could easily be read as a standalone.

Both of the main characters had secrets they were keeping from each other, but they had good reasons for it.

Halani had her people to consider as well since her secrets would have reflected poorly on them if exposed.

When their love was jr bruno bruni, both were willing sacrifice everything without hesitation, even their lives. Halani doesn't agree wi I've read Dragon Unleashed within a week of starting it, but had to re-arrange my thoughts for https://boogiebenders.se/hd-filme-stream/eli-stone.php few weeks before I was comfortable enough to share them with you. Halini ends up healing Malachus after he is severely wounded, read more though she questions how he was able to heal so quickly, she and the other members of her trader link, embrace Malachus as one of their. To ask other readers questions about Dragon Unleashedplease sign up. Drama War. Personally, I loved Rating: 4. The same thing happened in the first book for me. I published my first short story with I'm an author and Louisiana native living in Texas with my husband, three smalls and a big doofus dog. The romance was for me more subdued than the first book. Malachus, on the source hand, is a creature click the following article fire.

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