About the Book:
When the prince Adelaide seeks to overthrow tries convincing her that the legendary dragons exist and need help, Adelaide must decide where her true allegiance lies before the kingdom shatters.
Ever since the Gyndilians murdered her sister, Adelaide has plotted a rebellion to overthrow the king and prince who failed to protect them during the attack. Following her across the country is a stranger – not just any stranger, but the prince she’s hoping to overthrow – and Adelaide’s plans begin to collapse. But Prince Elias has his own dangerous secrets – secrets connected to the dragons that once lived in the land. If he can’t earn Adelaide’s trust, there may never be any peace for Adelaide, her people, or the dragons.
In The Gift of Dragons by Rachel A. Greco, the fate of two species rests on the tip of a dagger. Can Adelaide overcome her prejudices and thirst for revenge to do what’s best for her people before rage and sorrow consume her?
This book was filled with amazing descriptions and great world-building. The plot was interesting and then that plot twist.
The plot in this book was really good. I loved the plot twist at the end and the way Greco wove the world-building into this book. The only thing I can complain about was the pacing of the book in the beginning. It did smooth out, but it made the beginning a bit hard to read.
Character development was okay. I did have mix feelings about Adelaide. At times she did rub me the wrong way, however most of the time I did like her character. To be honest, most of the characters were amazing and easy to relate to.
**I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.**