by Kathi S. Barton

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BN ID: 2940159089540
Publisher: World Castle Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 04/02/2018
Series: The English Dragon , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 276,005
File size: 855 KB

About the Author

Kathi Barton, winner of the Pinnacle Book Achievement award as well as a best-selling author on Amazon and All Romance books, lives in Nashport, Ohio with her husband Paul. When not creating new worlds and romance, Kathi and her husband enjoy camping and going to auctions. She can also be seen at county fairs with her husband who is an artist and potter.
Her muse, a cross between Jimmy Stewart and Hugh Jackman, brings her stories to life for her readers in a way that has them coming back time and again for more. Her favorite genre is paranormal romance with a great deal of spice. You can visit Kathi on line and drop her an email if you’d like. She loves hearing from her fans. .
Follow Kathi on her blog: http://kathisbartonauthor.blogspot.com/

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Dana 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
nikirenee More than 1 year ago
I really like this series but have to say that this was my least favorite book so far. Dana and Sapphire were both unique characters but even though they were mates they just didn't seem like the right fit. Sapphire was outgoing, had a crazy bunch of sisters, intense powers and purpose and a big heart. She jumped right in to help make changes to help the town and people even if it stepped on the Dragon kings toes. Dana was an old dragon, quiet, protective, also has intense powers but he seemed to good to be true. I guess because of this he did not seem very three dimensional or real to me and I had a hard time connecting to his character. The villain in this storyline seemed to come out of no where, made demands he should not have been able too and had the Dragon King off his game. I wish there would have been a little more back story to explain how he and Danburn knew each other. There was a lot of interesting information provided in the storyline, quite a bit of drama relating to other characters and an awesome introduction to the next story in the series. I always enjoy reading Ms. Barton's stories and look forward to the next adventure, but I would only give it a 3.5 star rating. I volunteered to read this story for my honest opinion.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dana met Sapphire after Em had called her sisters to her. Carmine had help Em survive the poison in her. Dana had hoped that he could dated her and get to know his mate. This story has love, hope, tears, happiness and caring for family and more. You really need to read this to find out how things are going with this dragon family.
mysticbaby1991 More than 1 year ago
This is probably my least favorite of the English Dragon series. I guess it felt like it was too much story, but at the same time, not enough. Dana and Sapphire are dragons who are thousands of years old. They know that mating is inevitable, especially when you find your one. But instead of cementing their bond, they decide to date and get to know each other first since times is something these two immortals seem to have plenty of. I don't understand how the villain of the story had any ground to stand on when it came to petitioning for Sapphire, since she wasn't claimed by her mate. I also wanted to know more about why he was able to do all this, especially considering he's not a dragon, and had Danburn (who is the king of dragons might I add) scared... Unlike some of other Kathi's characters, I didn't feel the connection between Dana and Sapphire. It seemed like they came together because they had to and decided they loved each other because they're destined to be each other's mates. All in all, this book fell short for me. On a brighter note, I can't wait to read about Griffith and his brother and mate.