Dragon Storm (Dragon Falls Series #2)

Dragon Storm (Dragon Falls Series #2)

by Katie MacAlister

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ISBN-13: 9781455559251
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 11/24/2015
Series: Dragon Falls Series , #2
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 42,118
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

For as long as she can remember Katie MacAlister has loved reading, and grew up with her nose buried in a book. It wasn't until many years later that she thought about writing her own books, but once she had a taste of the fun to be had building worlds, tormenting characters, and falling madly in love with all her heroes, she was hooked.

With more than fifty books under her belt, Katie's novels have been translated into numerous languages, been recorded as audiobooks, received several awards, and are regulars on the New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists. A self-proclaimed gamer girl, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her dogs, and frequently can be found hanging around online.

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Dragon Storm 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
TheNerdyKatie More than 1 year ago
I have been so excited about this book for MONTHS now! By now you should know what a huge Katie MacAlister fan I am, I have been for years. She has yet to disappoint, & this book certainly doesn't. Dragon Storm is fast moving & you're not going to want to put it down. A lot happens in this book so you will have to pay extra careful attention. Not only that, this is one of the funniest books thus far. Just wait until you meet Gary, oh lord Gary, my new spirit animal. Well, I guess technically Constantine should be my spirit animal... I don't like giving away spoilers in my reviews. I like to give the basic, yes, you will love it, or no, it's awful. This is one that you're going to love. But, be warned you will need to have read at least Dragon Fall before you pick this one up.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
gaele More than 1 year ago
AudioBook Review: Stars: Overall: 5 Narration: 5 Story: 5 The second in the Dragon Falls series, this book focuses on Constantine, who we met in the Light Dragons Series. He’s got a bit of a squidgy reputation since giving his all for another years ago, and has rather reveled in that loneliness and fear that come with that reputation. Now he’s intrigued with Bee, Aiofe’s sister who was instrumental in the difficulties Aiofe was experiencing. She was a bit of a ‘know it all’, and in MacAlister’s stories – those girls always have a massive ‘come to the light’ moment when truths are revealed. We get to see Bee confused, confounded, frustrated and off balance as Constantine weaves his special blend of arrogance and protectiveness with a dash of self-important ‘ME” all around her. To say she is often left without a stinging retort that hits the mark is not an understatement. Slowly these two start to bond (ok, for Constantine it wasn’t all that slow) and as Constantine’s story is revealed we start to see his own challenges right along with Bee. With threats to Bee, even as he is reeling from her particular ability to communicate and see him, even in his spirit form, he pulls out all the stops – determined to rise above the walls that constrain and contain his actions and moves him into love. A wonderful mix of romance, mystery, growth and a chance to enjoy another few hours in the worlds MacAlister has created. Narration for this story is provided by Tavia Gilbert, and her style is wonderfully facile, adapting to the strange names, accents and deliveries with flair. These cannot be easy to narrate – the sly asides and comedic nature of some comments placed in a story that is both tension-filled and slightly mysterious require an awareness of those moments, not to highlight them, but to present them as they are written, without hesitation that would signal ‘laugh here’. Moments that are heavier in emotional impact also require gentle handling to not overwhelm the story, and Gilbert managed to avoid all the pitfalls and create a listen that draws you in, making the story an easy listen. A wonderful story to read or listen to – and yet another in the long list of titles you should read from Katie MacAlister. I received an audiobook copy of the title from Hachette Audio for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
tigerlilly_liz More than 1 year ago
~ 4 Dragon Storm Stars ~ Dragon Storm is book two in the Black Dragons series by Katie MacAlister.  I do love me some dragons. Katie MacAlister won me over with her dragons with the Aisling Grey series, about the Green Dragons, from then on I have been in love with the world and quirky characters. Yes, it’s had it’s up’s and down’s as all series do, but I still can’t get enough of these dragons.  Dragon Storm stood on it's own, but is best if you read these in order. It’s a mini series inside a larger one. Even if you have not had the pleasure of enjoy other books yet in this series or the other dragons, you will fall in love and want to devour all the books. This novel brought me back to what I LOVE about this series and what hooked me. It's got great fun characters to fall in love with, humor, comedy, secrets, surprises and romance. I love the banter all the characters have and Gary (comedy relief) reminded me so much of Jim from Aisling Grey series. Jim and all the others we have meet show up to add too the fun and surprises. I will say I’m glad someone finally told Aoife off. She needed a talking to. I didn’t love her in Dragon Fall and still don’t, but this story is not about her. I had fun with these two. Bee and Constantine are a nice pair, fit together, had nice chemistry and are both a little goofy. Constantine is defiantly a favorite. I loved seeing him get his chance and find someone to stand by him.  Their is no shortage of adventure, plot twists, surprise, suspense and romance in Dragon Storm. This was one fun wacky silly ride. This novel is best for those that like a little quirky with their paranormal. I couldn't put this one down and will be adding it to my must own list. I can’t wait to read more. Reviewed by Angela @ Angel's Guilty Pleasures
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really can't get enough of her dragon books love love love these are a must read for any dragon lover out there
anaette More than 1 year ago
I this book is a lot to be desired, almost severely disappointing. I have been reading Katie’s dragon series for almost 10 years now and this new branch she taking (starting with Dragon Fall) is just putting a real damper on a series that I held in the best of lights. I don’t really know where to begin, but I like how each mate has their own coming and back story. To see two mates come from the same family is just lack of creativity on the author’s part. I did not like Bee in Dragon Fall and at the end of Dragon Storm I still don’t like her persona. Gary from what I understand is another form of “Jim” the demon. Jim is fun, quirky and silly. Gary just creeps me out, I find it annoying that they take him every where in the book. He a cumbersome character because he can’t move on his own he’s just a chopped off head (a Knocker) which I didn’t understand the purpose of the paranormal species. Again, lack of creativity. The only interesting bit in the story is Constantine’s back story which I will leave to the reader to find out. Besides that, the whole story line bored me to an extent. Another big thing, the missing characters… Where is Gabriel and Mayling? They mention them like twice and that’s all you hear (They should have been part the story). More so, where is Bastion? And more more, so where is Fait??? He’s not dead, was the the blue wyvern, and he honestly was one of my favorite characters. Shame, shame… It was also annoyingly corny at the end of the book when Bee reveals what her brother ‘is’, again, I will leave that to the reader, but the transition couldn’t have been anymore silly. Which leads to the third, and I HOPE final, for this branch of the series. Final Thoughts… I purchased this book on my own, I got nothing in exchange for reading it, and wish I could get my time back for reading it. Indigo is a silly color for a sept. I hope this series does pick up, again, hopefully. I will most likely not read Dragon Soul, but a spoiler to keep me informed on the series.
scarltsmmy More than 1 year ago
If you read Katie MacAlister's books, you will love this one. If you don't try it!!!!!! In Constantine's story, questions are answered and more are brought up. New characters and well known beloved characters bring another delightful book. Lots of laughs and suspense!!!
tapnchica More than 1 year ago
This was another great Dragon book by Katie MacAlister. I've loved all of her dragon books and this one did not disappoint. I wasn't sure about Constantine and Bee at first, but they definitely grew on me. I would recommend going back and reading the whole series if you haven't, the entire series is great! Now I just have to "patiently" wait for Rowan's story! :)
ReadingInPajamas More than 1 year ago
Blog Tour: Q&A, Review & Giveaway: Dragon Storm by Katie MacAlister http://wp.me/p3d0RZ-3nG Publication Date: November 24, 2015 Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Donna Rated: 4 Stars REVIEW: This is another zany fast paced look into the Dragon Fall world. Granted it took me a while to warm up to Constantine as he was rather stiff and Bee was a little too caustic. I couldn’t quite figure out how they became attracted to each other. Once they did they changed and I really liked them. Of course they’re surrounded by the dragons and other magical folk that we met in book one. I loved the fun story but wish that the characters would get a little warmer so instead of just laughing and enjoying the story, we grow to care about them more. That being said, I am more than ready to read the next installment to see just where the story is going and what new strange people we’ll be introduced too. It should be fun. *Review copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Sailon More than 1 year ago
The dragonkin have been cursed. They cannot communicate with the other dragon septs. This keeps them from uniting against their common foe, the Demon Lord. Constantine, a renowned dragonkin warrior, finds himself sent to a hell realm to retrieve a magical item. He discovers Bee, a charmer, imprisoned in a demon dungeon. Due to unfortunate circumstances, Constantine becomes her reluctant rescuer. Setting in motion a series of hilarious, action intense, sexually charged situations that will pull you right into this marvelous read. I don’t think there could be two magical beings more perfect for each other than Constantine and Bee. Their humor, quirks and oddities are easily accepted…making for great humorous reading in seriously desperate situations. There isn’t anything better, in my book, than an awesome urban fantasy with dragon shifters…add in a talking head and a very snarky demon dog with amnesia and it’s just icing on the perfectly delicious cake and all that is packaged in a majorly yummy cover. I received this ARC copy of Dragon Storm from Forever (Grand Central Publishing) in exchange for a honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another hit by Katie Macalister! We finally get Constantine's story and boy is his history a doozy. Love the fact that he is a different kind of dragon, more vulnerable emotionally but still as autocratic as all get out. Bee is a great match for this spirit dragon and the addition of Gary just adds to the laughs. Love the fact that we get to visit once again with familiar characters like Drake and Asling. Can't wait for the next book which I've already pre-ordered.