Dragonfyre

Dragonfyre

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by Donna Grant
     
 

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She's the only one who can pull him from the darkness...

As Commander of the Fae army, Aimery is used to tracking evil and putting an end to it. When one of the rare and treasured blue dragons is killed and an egg stolen, Aimery is ordered to find the murderer. He never expects it to be one of his closest friends...

Kyndra is a priestess of the

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She's the only one who can pull him from the darkness...

As Commander of the Fae army, Aimery is used to tracking evil and putting an end to it. When one of the rare and treasured blue dragons is killed and an egg stolen, Aimery is ordered to find the murderer. He never expects it to be one of his closest friends...

Kyndra is a priestess of the Dragon Order sworn to protect all dragons in the Realm of the Fae. She is sent by the high priestess to accompany Aimery and return the killer for execution. Aimery is instantly drawn to the sword-wielding priestess, but he knows he cannot have Kyndra. Her life is sworn to the dragons, to be touched by no man. Neither expects to find desire and unyielding passion in the other. Yet when they track the killer to another realm, Aimery's life is at stake and Kyndra gives herself to him and the love she cannot deny in order to save him...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012475466
Publisher:
Donna Grant
Publication date:
05/19/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
194
Sales rank:
65,460
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Donna Grant has been praised for her "totally addictive" and "unique and sensual" stories. She's the author of more than twenty novels spanning multiple genres of romance. Her latest acclaimed series, Dark Warriors, features a thrilling combination of Druids, primeval gods, and immortal Highlanders who are dark, dangerous, and irresistible. She lives with her husband, two children, a dog, and three cats in Texas.

Visit Donna at www.DonnaGrant.com

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Dragonfyre 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 56 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story started out okay. However, the story stated that kendra was a warrior woman. Nothing throughout the story proved that. The story was based on their sex drive. The story was lacking on adventure and was based on their lust for one another. I have read many romance novels that were excellent. This novel was not what i was expecting. What should have happend was that isran should have been brought up to the dragons for punishment. There should have been more to the stotry than just sex. Very poorly written. Also, whoever read your books to check the grammer Didn't do a very good job. You need someone to really read what you have written and give you some very important pointers as to what is missing in the story.
AutumnjoyKD More than 1 year ago
Very well written tho the sexual content should be toned down just a bit,older readers recomended
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the stories in this series, but it seems the last three stories didn't have nearly the same plot development or character development as the first books. Too bad. This kind of read like the author sort of phoned it in.
sandyqw More than 1 year ago
I love all of Donna Grants books. I loved this book also but still trying to figure out where it fits into other books.
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BookwormBridgetteBlogger More than 1 year ago
oh how I absolutely loved this book.. my second favorite from the series... there were very many more ups and downs in this book than the others. from a destiny to a decision and then everything happening in Thav.... This book was very much well worth eevery second! Hardly able to contain myself I lost time and dreskt of this book and how it would all work out even when I wasn't reading it.. Great read! Aimery: awesome sexy and powerful! Kyndra: brave determined and enchanting! amazing ending! love love love!!!!!
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Evanlea More than 1 year ago
Dragonfyre is the story about how Aimery the Commander of the Fae army finds his HEA. If you have read other books published by Donna Grant, you will have seen Aimery before in the Druids Glen, The Royal Chronicles, and The Shields series. You do not need to read this book before those series or those series before this book, it is a stand alone story; however, you should be aware that the story is connected to those series. Dragonfyre is true to what I expect from Donna Grant's storytelling. It provides vivid detail and character development, that hooks you in from the first page. Kyndra is a priestess of the Dragon Order sworn to protect all dragons in the Fae realm. This is an important role that she has worked her whole life to obtain. What is more honorable that protecting the creatures that contain all of the magic that fills the realm and the fae with life. However, as a priestess she can never know the touch of a man. That was never a problem for Kyndra, until she met Aimery. Aimery has dedicated his whole life to being the best soldier and commandeer that he can possibly be for his realm. He has sacrificed his own happiness. As he watches the King and Queen of the fae and the King's brother, rejoice in their happiness of having children and building a future together with their mates, Aimery realizes that he is lonely and that what he truly wishes to have is someone to raise a family with. The instant attraction between Aimery and Kyndra causes both to rethink their roles in their civilization. As they struggle against an evil and work to bring justice, will they find that their true place is with each other? This story has action, honor, dragons, and the fight against evil. A true fairy tale for those of us who enjoy an action packed romance.
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