Court of Dragons (Dragon Isle Wars, Book 1)

About the book:

When the enemy strikes on the eve of her wedding, Wren has no choice but to fight. Captured, she’s dragged before the elvish king and given two choices.

Death or marriage.

She submits, biding her time as she plots and spies, determined to strike at the heart of the elvish royalty and take back her family’s throne once more. But the more time she spends with her dangerous and achingly handsome husband, she finds herself wavering.

Only the strong survive the hash moors of the Dragon Isles, and she can’t afford to question her loyalties, leaving only one final choice.

Strike hard and fast. Never waver. It’s his heart or hers.

 

Review:

I really enjoyed reading this book. The plot and story-line was really interesting. I loved all the plot twists and fast-paced the book was. It did drag in the middle, however the beginning and ending was really good. I also loved the fact that the book was written in multiple POVs. (Wren and Arrik)

The only thing I didn’t like about this book was the characters. There was no real development with any characters. The book was more plot based, and while I did like that, it was sad to see that the characters weren’t better written.

Overall, this book was enjoyable. I feel that some work was needed to be done, but it was an interesting. Hopefully, book 2 will have more development.

*Thank you to the author for sending me the book in exchange for my honest review*

 

 

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