This is a story of powerful contrasts: friendship and treachery, love and enmity, good and evil, life and death, dragon and wolf.
The tale is well crafted and beautifully told. The narrative is well paced, balancing drama with action and darkness with lighter moments. The characters are varied and interesting, each having unique interests and motivations that help to develop and drive the story.
Kirin is a complex and conflicted central character. Tyriel complements his fiery nature, yet also presents Kirin with one of his most profound dilemmas. Together with the Fabiola Sisters, these two must take up the fight against evil and seek to right the wrongs of the past.
A convenient novella length read, this book certainly delivers a rich and inviting narrative that will have definite appeal for readers of fantasy and paranormal romance.
This first of three parts of The Dragon’s Heir Trilogy certainly whetted my appetite for the next two books in the series.
‘The Curse Of The Dragon Stone’ has been awarded a Gold Acorn
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