Drakon's Tear

Drakon's Tear

by N. J. Walters

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ISBN-13: 9781640637276
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 11/26/2018
Series: Blood of the Drakon , #6
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 1,323
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

N.J. Walters is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who has always been a voracious reader, and now she spends her days writing novels of her own. Vampires, werewolves, dragons, time-travelers, seductive handymen, and next-door neighbors with smoldering good looks—all vie for her attention. It’s a tough life, but someone’s got to live it.

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Drakon's Tear 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
closkot 3 days ago
My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!! ***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I got a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book! I loved this book, so I bought it and already own the rest of the series! The cover is awesome just like the others! This is the 6th book in the series, and yes they can be read out of order though I suspect it is much better reading them in order. This is my 3rd book in this series that I’ve read. It is for adults only due to the violence and steamy content. This is Abigail and Vasili’s story, and it was totally awesome. I love all the new information that Vasili brings about Drakons and new ways that haven’t been known by the brothers. Abigail is traveling and trying to mentally get over her kidnapping. Of course, she runs into a lot of trouble along the way. Vasili doesn’t know what to think of Abigail until they touch and then realizes that she is his mate. This was another action-packed story that I couldn’t put down. I love this series, and I really need to read the rest of the stories since I own them already. I highly recommend this story and series to any dragon shifter fans because this is a unique storyline, and they are all exciting reads full of action. I can’t wait to read more of N.J.’s work!
Anonymous 12 days ago
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Evampire9 17 days ago
The newest book in the Blood of the Drakon series is an explosive adventure and rockin’ romance. Abigail and Vasili are two very strong and bold characters that have fiery chemistry and insists that readers join them in fighting the enemy. The romance between these two is on the sweet side as Abigail and Vasili are two people who are a bit unsure of the other due to their pasts and not knowing who to trust, so the magnetism has to work a bit of overtime in order to ensure that this couple gets with the program. This doesn’t mean that the pages aren’t heating up with lots of steamy passion because the sexy Drakons take passion and desire to a whole new level. The relationship has a couple of unexpected surprises as well which really makes this romance extra special and spicy. The story has a fast plot and keeps readers glued to the pages with a lot of thrilling suspense and excitement that gets the blood pumping and keeps reader turning the pages. Vasili and Abigail know all about the evils of the Knights of the Dragon organization whom are the very persistent enemy of all Drakons and now they are after our hero and heroine once again with some nefarious tricks, lures, traps and mercenaries. There seems to be no end to how wonderfully surprising this series can get as every book gets better and better due to the author creative mind that adds little but important details that makes every book stand out.
Rainn2978 17 days ago
This is book 6 in the Blood of the Drakon series and you should read the books before this one as this one builds on the bigger story ARC set up in those. This one is about Abigail Owens, the sister who was kidnapped by the Knights in book 4, and Vasili Zima. Abigail had decided at the end of book 4 that she needed to get away and was going to do research on where she wanted to travel. This book starts by her traveling and heading to Moscow after believing she has been followed again. Once in Moscow she is taking in the sights and finds a little shop, and is drawn in by her gift. She purchases her find never knowing that it will change her path even more than it has been already. Vasili is drawn to not only what she found but by Abigail herself. And he doesn't know if he can trust her but he does know that he can do nothing else but keep her safe. They are both drawn to each other, but now they have to learn how to truly trust each other. I really liked this one! There were little drawbacks for me and it had more to do with Abigail's attitude towards he own self worth than anything else. The side characters are great, especially the priest. I love how she and Vasili gravitate towards each other from the start, and I especially liked how he had such a dry sense of humor! This one was action packed from the start and, as per most of this author's books, left me not wanting it to end! It pushed the bigger story ARC further as was needed but didn't skimp on the story line for this book on it's own. Another great read and I can't wait for the next in this series!
DarGee 18 days ago
3.5 stars rounded up to 4. I hadn't read any of the other books in the series prior to this one, and had no problem following along with the story or the characters. I really like the characters of Abigail and Vasili. Individually and together, they were good people, nice people, and decided to take a chance on the other. The side characters, good and bad, were well written as well, and pretty interesting overall. The story was good, with a good balance of action, emotion, and attraction. It was fast paced and easy to read. I liked the take on the dragon/drakon legend and history, and that Vasili didn't follow the path apparently set in previous books. It made it interesting and different from other dragon books. Completely enjoyed this read!
onemused 18 days ago
"Drakon's Tear" was a fast-paced and steamy romance/fantasy. Abigail, Constance's sister, is traveling Europe after the events of the past, which included her kidnapping by the Knights and her sister mating with Nic. Abigail is afraid of encountering the Knights again and is watching her back at every turn. The Knights, for people who are new to the series (and this can be read as a stand-alone), are a group of evil businessmen who capture drakons (the semi-immortal sons of dragons) to drink their blood and live forever. They care little for the drakons they capture and will do anything to get their prize (drakon blood). Abigail has a special skill, where she can sense whether a gemstone is real simply by touching it. Sometimes there are also pieces that call to her. One such piece she finds in Moscow, tucked into the back of a drawer. This gem is even more special, because it feels like the drakon tears her sister now wears. She feels compelled to wear the bracelet inlaid with a blue (water drakon) tear. Drakons only cry for love and very rarely, so each tear is precious. Most often, their mates wear them in jewelry, for the drakon had cried for them at some point in the past. While she is wearing the bracelet, Vasili is drawn to her and immediately attracted to her. As we soon learn, the bracelet is a Knight tool, spelled to draw in and trap a drakon. However, Vasili is strong and wise and has taken precautions against such things. The feelings he has for Abigail are not induced by the bracelet. However, now the Knights are hot on their tails and they are on the run in Russia. This was a very fast-paced and insta-love story, but I really enjoyed it! Vasili has some new information about drakons which was really fascinating to learn. He and Abigail make an unbeatable team. Their romance was really fast, but this is the way of the drakons and their mates, so it worked overall. There was also a heavy feeling of suspense with the Knights, who are constantly causing problems. They are an easy enemy to hate for their cruelty and abusive nature. The story was wrapped up nicely at the end, and I really enjoyed it. Overall, I definitely recommend this book and series- they are definitely a wonderful guilty pleasure! Please note that I received an ARC from the publisher through netgalley. All opinions are my own.