Planet Dragos (Elder Races)

Planet Dragos (Elder Races)

by Thea Harrison

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BN ID: 2940155607267
Publisher: Teddy Harrison LLC
Publication date: 05/14/2018
Series: Elder Races Series
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 5,146
File size: 435 KB

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Planet Dragos (Elder Races) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
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Anonymous 10 months ago
Loved Pia and Dragos from their first introduction. Great series. Didn't want any of the stories to end. I hope we'll get a new start with Liam. Keep writing. I love your style!
Boundlessbookreviews 12 months ago
Say it isn’t so Thea, say it isn’t so!  This can’t be the last Dragos and Pia story!   Dragos and Pia have been my absolute favorite characters from the very first book in the series, Dragon Bound.  Ever subsequent book that has been written featuring these two has been a complete joy to read.  Hopefully, we will continue to see much more of them even if it isn’t from their POV.   In Planet Dragos Pia is almost finished with her pregnancy.  And unlike the first, this one hasn’t been easy and is putting much strain on her and her relationship with Dragos.  She wants to keep the Stinkpot in her body for as long as she can, whereas Drogos want her safe.  It has been a battle of wills.   During a trip to Vegas, old enemies come calling, but help comes from unexpected places.  Both Dragos and Pia are tested to their limits both mentally and physically.  This story leads to a lot of changes that will be coming, and it will be fascinating to see where Thea takes it from here.   Planet Dragos went in a direction I did not see coming, and it took me by surprise where Pia and Dragos are going to end up.  It was loaded with action, danger, a little romance and one very pissed off dragon.  Thea has set this world up for many more stories that will be a pleasure to read.  I can’t wait to see how Stinkpot turns out and to get more of Liam’s story.
Keeper_of_Freyja More than 1 year ago
Awaiting the birth of their second, and final, child Dragos and Pia travel to Las Vegas to witness Rune and Carling's marriage. It's all going well until Dragos realizes Death himself's come to town... When an unknown enemy from the past kidnaps Pia and threatens Rune's mate. Dragos and Rune must once and for all move past their difference and use the bond between them to bring them safely home. All their friends and allies gather to leverage their skills to the hunt. The clock is ticking, because Pia pregnancy is in danger the longer she's away from medical care. Planet Dragos as a title is great foreshadowing and a very pointed reminder to the world that if anything ever happens to Pia away from The Great Beast, the world will crumble in flames. This relationship is written to be relatable even as the challenges the pair face or nothing less than fantastical. Their adventures never disappoint and this journey through the world of the Elder Race just whets the appetite for more. As with all of Harrison's stories of the Elder Race, she manages to bring something new, fresh and - of course - ominous to the mix. Despite being novella-length, Harrison's built an emotional, action-packed but quick-paced read nicely integrating all we know about the Wyr into a story that brings a satisfactory end to the adventures of Dragos and Pia while opening the door wide for new stories and characters to take center stage in Edler Race tales. The dynamic between Pia and Dragos is as ever riddled with laughter, arguments, love. Harrisons created an enviable relationship between the two and it shines with every appearance. This novella marks the last featuring our favorite dragon Dragos and his intrepid mate Pia and it does not disappoint. Before all is said and done, The Lord of the Wyr will make decisions that will send ripples through the entire Elder Races. FTC Disclosure: I received access to this book early through Advance Reader Copy (for free) in exchange for a review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Kpitt07 More than 1 year ago
This was a bittersweet read as it is the last book for Pia and Dragos. It was a fantastic story full of the sweeping emotion and complexity that I love from Thea Harrison. It was a cover to cover read for me and then I had to read it again. I only gave it four stars instead of five because: Spoilers: The pace felt rushed, especially the last chapter. I don't feel as if I understood why the villain went to these lengths, there was not enough time devoted to who that person was and why they did what they did. The community where the villain resided could have been fleshed out more. How they kidnapped Carlie was glossed over. Stinkpot's interaction felt flat especially after the complexity of Liam's birth and character. The last section where a question was posed to Liam again felt rushed. I received this book as an arc for an honest review.
Kpitt07 More than 1 year ago
This was a bittersweet read as it is the last book for Pia and Dragos. It was a fantastic story full of the sweeping emotion and complexity that I love from Thea Harrison. It was a cover to cover read for me and then I had to read it again. I only gave it four stars instead of five because: Spoilers: The pace felt rushed, especially the last chapter. I don't feel as if I understood why the villain went to these lengths, there was not enough time devoted to who that person was and why they did what they did. The community where the villain resided could have been fleshed out more. How they kidnapped Carlie was glossed over. Stinkpot's interaction felt flat especially after the complexity of Liam's birth and character. The last section where a question was posed to Liam again felt rushed. I received this book as an arc for an honest review.
Cdoll034 More than 1 year ago
A great addition to the Elder Races series. This novella is sadly the last one featuring Dragos and Pia’s POV. Frankly, with the conclusion of this story I saw an entire world of possibilities for Dragos, Pia and little Stinkpot. As an avid reader of Thea Harrison’s works, I would gladly welcome more books with Dragos and Pia’s POV. The story itself is amazing. It answers questions about Dragos that surfaced for anyone that read, Oracle’s Moon. It also gave us a look at the evolution of Dragos into a man that values his mate and family, instead of just the beast that rules the Wry demesne. I believe that any fan of Thea Harrison or the Elder Races series will love Planet Dragos. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Kelli_McBride More than 1 year ago
A Very Good Dragon In Planet Dragos, Thea Harrison gives readers another chapter in the mesmerizing world of the Cuelebres. As the final story with Pia and Dragos as the main viewpoint characters, this book was very bittersweet for me. Of the many fantastic characters Harrison has created, Pia and Dragos top the list. My only criticism of this novella, and it is a very minor one, is that I wish they had spent more time together in it. Had this not been the last book with them as the central characters, that would not have bothered me at all, and the last third of the book gives readers plenty of Pia/Dragos interaction (in and out of the bedroom). One of the incredible facets of Harrison’s writing is the complexity of her novellas without the stories feeling too forced or scattered. This remains true in Planet Dragos. Without giving too much away in terms of spoilers, here’s what is happening: the Wyr are gathering in Las Vegas to celebrate Rune and Carling’s wedding. Pia is at the end of her pregnancy with Stinkpot, and Dragos is distracted by a business deal and his feeling that something is not right in his world. Pia is kidnapped, which releases the Great Beast as he and his team try to discover the who, what, where and why of the act. The story introduces us to Azrael, a mysterious figure from Dragos’ past who looks a lot like him. Rune and Carling play significant parts here as well. Harrison wraps up some loose ends from previous books but lays the foundation for many other Elder Races stories, including Liam, Azrael, and Rune/Carling. What is very satisfying about this book is the further progress Dragos makes as he navigates the continuing unfamiliar territory of mate and father. His calculating nature does not deal well with uncertainty; he needs a plan. Over the course of the Pia/Dragos books, events have snowballed into a growing sense of dissatisfaction with his old self and life as he tries to figure out who he is as a father and husband. From the moment in Dragon Bound when he decides to downsize because, as Graydon tells Pia, she’s replaced his hoard, Harrison has been steering Dragos to this epiphany, and fans won’t be disappointed. In giving the couple a deserved break from the harrowing moments in their 2-year marriage, Harrison has left the door open for a new adventure. Though Pia and Dragos won’t be the main couple, I’m sure they will still play important parts in the stories of Liam, Stinkpot, Azrael, and other Elder Races characters that I hope are forthcoming. I think fans who love Dragos will be especially pleased with Azrael. So though bittersweet, because saying farewell to beloved characters is always hard, I highly recommend this book. As with most of the Cuelebre-centered novels, as I finished the last page, I had a smile on my face. Like Pia, I fall deeper in love with Dragos who (as she says in Dragon Bound), might be a bad man but is a very good dragon.
Taylor4680 More than 1 year ago
I have always loved reading about Pia and Dragos and this book was no different. I love how their story has progressed to have even more depth and I really enjoy reading about their children! A lot changes for them in this book and I'm curious to see what comes next- I've heard this is the last novella for Pia and Dragos which I'm a little bummed about but hopefully that means there will be another full length book coming because I feel like this novella left a lot of doors open for future stories!
BananaTricky More than 1 year ago
A wonderful end to the stories involving Dragos and Pia. Not recommended for those who haven't read at least one book in the series. Dragos and Pia, along with most of the Sentinels, have descended in Vegas to celebrate Rune and Carling's wedding. Pia is heavily pregnant with their second child and this time the pregnancy is difficult, she's grouchy and Dragos keeps putting his foot in it. When Pia sees an advertisement for a magician who looks remarkably like Dragos she is intrigued and Dragos' dismissive response only encourages her curiosity. But her investigation leads to a surprise meeting and a kidnapping that could threaten the lives of thousands of people. My only complaint about this book was that it was a novella rather than a novel, because I think there was enough plot and action for it to have been two or three times as long. As befits the finale to a storyline (for want of a better description), we see lots of our favourite characters from previous books and a whole new beginning for Pia and Dragos (and of course Liam and Stinkpot). Loved it.
DanielleLynchBoule More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed Planet Dragos. I think it wrapped up any loose ends from prior Pia and Dragos books, while still providing a unique and interesting story. In the beginning it focuses on Pia and Dragos and the issues they are having with Pia’s pregnancy. It quickly turns into a fast paced plot with a kidnapping. I loved getting to see some of Dragos’s family, but I don’t want to spoil the book for anyone so I won’t say anymore about that. Overall this is a great read, but it is not an independent story and people who haven’t read the rest of the Elder Races books will be lost right from the beginning. It was great to see so many characters from other novels and novella’s and I am excited for the next chapter in this world. I would recommend this book to any fan of the Elder Races series, and if you haven’t read them go and start from the first book so you can enjoy this novella too. **** I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm so not ready to say goodbye to Pia and Dragos but talk about finishing with a bang! This is the final chapter in their story line and what a way to finish. For their last hurrah there was action, adventure, drama, suspense and so much more packed into this novella. We get Dragos at his broody best, Pia and her inspiring strong willed nature, and appearances from some of our favourites we have met along the way. This was a great way to finish their story. I can't wait to find out where the series goes from here.
Ankit More than 1 year ago
Planet Dragos is the last novella in the Elder Races series by Thea Harrison with Pia and Dragos as the main protagonists. This final exciting chapter concludes this particular arc of the Elder Races series. It brings to light new faces from Dragos's past along with a deeper insight into his history, motivations and how they have shaped his actions over the millennia. The focus in this book is on Pia's difficult pregnancy and her ordeal when she visits Las Vegas with Dragos to attend Run and Carling's wedding. She is kidnapped along with Carling and is taken to the forsaken Devil's Gate by an ancient enemy of the Great Beast, Dragos who wants to end him once and for all. Dragos, the lord of the Wyr demesne was forced to bend to someone else's rules to get back his mate but along with his sentinels and the manifestation of death he turns the tide on Pia's captors to rescue his mate. In the end, Dragos and Pia make a decision that has wide ranging ramifications on the world and Wyr demesne in general and on his son, Liam in particular. This book is truly spellbinding and I can't wait for the next installment in this wonderful series.
Persephone4 More than 1 year ago
Thea Harrison's Planet Dragos is another wonderful story depicting Dragos and Pia. We see them journeying to Las Vegas for Rune and Carling's wedding, where they confront an old enemy when Pia is kidnapped. Pia's forthright demeanor and Dragos' need to dominate and protect his family is just as good now, as it was in Dragon Bound. One scene in their bedroom, close to the end of the story between Pia and the new baby, made me laugh out loud! That said, Planet Dragos was a bittersweet read for me, since it is their last story from their point of view. Ms. Harrison gives Dragos and Pia a fitting end that the reader will appreciate.
J-972RomanceAddict More than 1 year ago
This was a nice novella addition to the Elder Race series. The author brought several characters back together smoothing over previously hurt feelings and maneuvered some others so they were closer to having their own book someday. This book said "goodbye" to Dragos and Pia. At least it's the last planned with them as the main characters. My only complaint: as in many novellas the length of the book limits the depth of the plot and the characters. The antagonist was not a very flushed out. I would like to have known more about the why's and wherefore's of that character. A good bad guy adds a lot. As always, looking forward to her next book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this (final) installment in Dragos and Pia’s story. For such a quick read, Ms. Harrison packed in a lot. I always enjoy the world building and characterizations. Having the opportunity to see Carling and Rune again was something I really enjoyed. I hesitate to say this is a standalone read. At the least I think you’d need a passing familiarity with the Elder Races Series (which I recommend picking up the first one where we first meet Pia and Dragos). What’s great is seeing the progression of Dragos and Pia’s relationship. For those who have followed again, the story closes out the novella installments and sets up for the next full-length novel--which I'm now waiting even more impatiently for the release dat
ldosch More than 1 year ago
The last Dragos/Pia story ever.  My heart cries.  They are one of my favorite couples. Death has come to Vegas and he isn't there to play the slots. It is almost nice to see Dragos and Pia have ups and downs like any other married couple. Pia's second pregnancy isn't going as smoothly as her first. She has to take special shots to keep from losing the pregnancy and unlike regular wyr, she is suffering through this one.  More like any other human woman, Pia suffers from swollen ankles, no coordination. a short temper and constant exhaustion. Pia and Dragos have been fighting over whether to induce the baby now that he has reached the point of being viable. Pia wants to give him more time, but Dragos hates seeing his mate suffer. With everything going on, their arrival for Carling and Rune's wedding isn't going to end up being a romantic weekend away but no one expects to see Azrael, the Elder Races' God of Death performing on the Vegas strip. He has been waiting for the Cuelebres to arrive. That is because someone else is lurking about. Someone who has waited centuries to destroy the Dragon, and the chance to kidnap Dragos's pregnant mate and make him suffer is simply too tempting to pass up. Pia risks losing her baby without access to her shots. Dragos and the rest of the bridal party have very little time to find her before Death comes calling. It has hard to believe this will be our last Pia and Dragos story. I was surprised how much I liked Dragos after reading Dragon Bound.  He should have been way too dictatorial to be a good romantic lead, but as a dragon born at the creation of the world, it isn't so unexpected for him to be used to snapping his fingers and expecting everyone to jump.   I appreciated how he tried for Pia not be too overbearing. Thea Harrison was one of the first authors that I was following who returned to a prior couple in the series. Usually paranormal romances only feature new hero and heroine, but with Lord's Fall, she took us back to a Pia and Dragos centric story. I was excited and impressed that she would step out of the box like that and decide that they still had a story to tell and by God, they would have their chance.  Since then, we have also gotten a chance to spend time with them in some short stories as they grew into their own family unit. I wanted to read slow and make this one last, but I simply couldn't put it down until I knew what was going to happen.  It will be so hard to see Pia and Dragos bow out of the spotlight after this last curtain call. I still have so much I want to know them and Liam and Stinkpot, but I guess I will have to wait and see if they pop in for some future story like Stan Lee in a Marvel movie. I know we can expect wonderful new stories and characters from Thea and I am excited to see where she takes us next. Received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.
LindaTownsend More than 1 year ago
An emotional, potent, must-read punch for fans! On Planet Dragos, everything goes the way he arranges it – unless you decide to cross him, and God help you then, because he doesn’t know how to back down, and he doesn’t ever, ever let up. Thea Harrison’s Planet Dragos is the final (sob!) novella from Dragos’ and Pia’s points-of-view. If you are new to this series, Dragos and Pia have been the Elder Races’ reigning power couple ever since they launched the addictive series with Dragon Bound way back in 2011! I can’t believe it’s been that long as it seems like yesterday. I still happy-dance anytime Thea releases any books or snippets of news regarding the couple. While Thea has said that the two won’t be featured in any new adventures, she has shared that they may still make appearances in future books as supporting characters. (Thank you, Thea.) First of all, if you are new to the series, I would strongly suggest that you read Dragos’ and Pia’s story in order, before diving into Planet Dragos. Actually, if you are looking for a binge read, the entire series is fantastic. As this tale ensues, Pia is very pregnant. She is cranky, depressed and experiencing serious pregnancy-related medical issues. Regardless, Dragos and Pia with their entourage venture to Las Vegas for Rune’s and Carling’s wedding. When nefarious supers with a long-held grudge, kidnap both Pia and Carling, Dragos goes berserk. The entire world is placed in danger because Dragos aka ‘the Great Beast’ will leave no stone unturned in finding and rescuing his mate and exacting revenge. Following please find a few favorite quotes from Planet Dragos: She turned to Dragos. “I’m sorry I’m so crabby.” His eyes gleamed in a subtle smile. “You’re very pregnant,” he told her. “And as you are well aware, I’ve read several books about pregnancy. I’ve decided to consider you somewhat insane until the baby is born.” --- In that moment, there was nothing sweeter than the taste of his prey’s name on his lips. --- Still. Always. Planet Dragos is an exciting, action-packed, fast-paced and emotional, potent, must-read punch for fans. It’s a gripping story laced with sweet and hot scenes and peppered with laugh-out-loud moments. Previous cast and couples come together to assist Dragos and Rune recover their mates making the story rock even more. Even though I’m quite sad to know that we won’t be eavesdropping on Dragos’ and Pia’s passionate romantic vignettes or accompanying them in any new risky perils in the future, I’m more-than-excited about the new direction for the Wyr and Elder Races as this novella forges a new path for the series with fresh, but familiar characters. If you enjoy paranormal urban fantasies that are guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat with excellent storylines and well-written characters, Thea’s Elder Races series should be on your must-read-soon list!
Marta Cox More than 1 year ago
Four and a half Eleven fabulous chapters of the swan song I feared but honestly it's setting up for more amazing goodness as like death and taxes change is inevitable. The author has stated this will be the last adventure for Dragos and Pia although they might pop up occasionally as supporting characters. So she really had to pull something out of her literary bag that is action packed and fulfilling to make her readers happy. Well as Pia is heavily pregnant and very grumpy to boot you would think that Dragos would tread warily but obviously he’s a mere male and bound to make mistakes. The problem is Pia might feel she’s lumbering about like a cart horse but if Dragos won’t answer her questions then Pia will just have to find out what’s going on herself. I love how real the couple feel with Pia struggling with feeling obviously less than attractive and Dragos trying to be protective and yet at the same time totally oblivious to what Pia really needs to hear. Everything is happening so quickly and whilst it was lovely to see old friends in this story it’s the future of this series that I’m most excited for. Yes I will miss these romantic vignettes with this couple but as I think about it I understand the authors feelings that their part of this world should now evolve and that leaves the way open for new characters and of course Liam ! This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair
Tilly212 More than 1 year ago
I didn't realise as I started this book that is was a novella, I thought I was getting a full length story and while I was slightly disappointed I thought it was really good. Although it's shorter than I assumed it's a very full story. Theres a lot going on and quite a complex story told very well. I love this couple and my favourite books in this series always involve these two. They have such an amazing relationship it's lots of fun to get into Dragos psyche. He's so complex and you never quite know which way his reasoning is going to go, I love how unpredictable he is. Although you know that whatever happens his love for Pia and his children come above everything else. Pia was abit unsure of herself in this story, she's normally so strong and self assured it was interesting to see a more vulnerable side to her character. She certainly steps up and kicks butt when she needs too. The last few chapters were my favourite, I loved how the story's been set up to bring us to a new chapter into the Wyr demense. Liam is going to be so much fun and I'm so looking forward to how he handles himself in the future.
Brigittehf More than 1 year ago
May 14, 2018 – Finished Reading 3 Show more Review Planet Dragos is another delightful read in this fabulous series. Dragos and Mia are going through an unsettling time with the forthcoming arrival of the new baby. Mia's pregnancy isn't as easy as it was the first time round and this is causing discord as Dragos is worried and wants to speed things up, whereas Mia wants to stick to what she believes is for the best. They go to Vegas to attend a wedding where things take an unexpected and dangerous turn. Dragos is frantic and his protective side makes him lethal. The enemy thinks that she has the upper hand, but this is Dragos we are dealing with here! The Wyrs come together as they always do to protect and save their own. A bloody battle follows and Dragos isn't about to be intimidated. Mia's strength and courage shine once again when she is caught in a dire situation. This is an enticing Novella where love, determination and loyalty shine. The new addition to the family is an emotional event and Dragos and Mia couldn't be happier. Changes are afoot and it looks like Liam might have to make a tough decision. Azreal's appearance is enlightening! The love between Dragos and Mia gets stronger with each book and I hope that there are glimpses of them in future installments. A great addition to the series. I was kindly issued with an eARC and the views expressed are my personal opinion.
Brigittehf More than 1 year ago
May 14, 2018 – Finished Reading 3 Show more Review Planet Dragos is another delightful read in this fabulous series. Dragos and Mia are going through an unsettling time with the forthcoming arrival of the new baby. Mia's pregnancy isn't as easy as it was the first time round and this is causing discord as Dragos is worried and wants to speed things up, whereas Mia wants to stick to what she believes is for the best. They go to Vegas to attend a wedding where things take an unexpected and dangerous turn. Dragos is frantic and his protective side makes him lethal. The enemy thinks that she has the upper hand, but this is Dragos we are dealing with here! The Wyrs come together as they always do to protect and save their own. A bloody battle follows and Dragos isn't about to be intimidated. Mia's strength and courage shine once again when she is caught in a dire situation. This is an enticing Novella where love, determination and loyalty shine. The new addition to the family is an emotional event and Dragos and Mia couldn't be happier. Changes are afoot and it looks like Liam might have to make a tough decision. Azreal's appearance is enlightening! The love between Dragos and Mia gets stronger with each book and I hope that there are glimpses of them in future installments. A great addition to the series. I was kindly issued with an eARC and the views expressed are my personal opinion.
LynnLTX More than 1 year ago
Pia and Dragos are one of my favorite PNR couples so I am always happy to be back in their world. From their first book DRAGON BOUND, I have enjoyed this couple’s story as well as the spin offs on other characters from the Elder Races series. In this final book from their POV, some storylines come to fruition. Pia and Dragos go to Las Vegas while she is heavily pregnant to attend Rune and Carling’s wedding. Almost immediately, she is kidnapped and finds another mate in her captor’s hands too. They must fight to survive while Dragos threatens tear the world apart to find her. It’s not easy being married to a dragon most especially this one who has a godlike status. Someone always wants to try taking him down. Pia and their children are his biggest vulnerability so Dragos has been seeking a way to protect them perhaps somewhere other than where they live now. The future seems to hold great changes and many possibilities. This story will make folks happy and sad at the same time knowing that Dragos and Pia’s story as main characters has come to an end. We can hope to catch glimpses of them in other Elder Race books. I always have a good time with this couple and this tale is no exception. Readers who have been on the journey with this fine couple will want to see it through.
tigerlilly_liz More than 1 year ago
Change is coming, decisions need to be made, and Pia and Dragos have one last challenge to over come. Planet Dragos is a fast-paced action-packed story featuring Pia and Dragos in their last adventure! I had forgotten that Pia is pregnant. We see the toll that this pregnancy is taking on her, how her hormones are making her moody, and how depression of not feeling beautiful is setting in. It showcases what many women go through during pregnancy, the mood swings, the difficult decisions, the depression that can set in, etc.. We also see that even though they are a mated couple it’s not all roses and sunshine. Their are bumps along the way. The best part about this novella is that all the previous cast and couples make appearances and throw in their support to help Rune and Dragos out when their mates go missing. Emotions are running high throughout the novella. It was wonderful to see Rune and Dragos confront their issues, their falling out, and work together once more to save their mates. It was sweet to have this reconciliation. As always Ms. Harrion’s doesn’t give you anytime to think. You just keep turning those pages to see how everything will turn out. Many changes are happening in the Wyr demise and those changes will affect a number of characters. We also get a guest appearance of Death one of the Primal Gods… He was fun! As for Pia and Dragos. I’m happy with their story arc’s conclusion. It doesn’t mean I won’t love to see them pop up now and then, but this arc makes room for the next generation to take over. Another suburb novella in the Elder Races series. **Note: You should read Pia & Dragos story arc in order. Rated: 4.5 Stars *Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy provided by Thea Harrison with the sole purpose of an honest review. I also bought a copy to complete my collection. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
tigerlilly_liz More than 1 year ago
Change is coming, decisions need to be made, and Pia and Dragos have one last challenge to over come. Planet Dragos is a fast-paced action-packed story featuring Pia and Dragos in their last adventure! I had forgotten that Pia is pregnant. We see the toll that this pregnancy is taking on her, how her hormones are making her moody, and how depression of not feeling beautiful is setting in. It showcases what many women go through during pregnancy, the mood swings, the difficult decisions, the depression that can set in, etc.. We also see that even though they are a mated couple it’s not all roses and sunshine. Their are bumps along the way. The best part about this novella is that all the previous cast and couples make appearances and throw in their support to help Rune and Dragos out when their mates go missing. Emotions are running high throughout the novella. It was wonderful to see Rune and Dragos confront their issues, their falling out, and work together once more to save their mates. It was sweet to have this reconciliation. As always Ms. Harrion’s doesn’t give you anytime to think. You just keep turning those pages to see how everything will turn out. Many changes are happening in the Wyr demise and those changes will affect a number of characters. We also get a guest appearance of Death one of the Primal Gods… He was fun! As for Pia and Dragos. I’m happy with their story arc’s conclusion. It doesn’t mean I won’t love to see them pop up now and then, but this arc makes room for the next generation to take over. Another suburb novella in the Elder Races series. **Note: You should read Pia & Dragos story arc in order. Rated: 4.5 Stars *Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy provided by Thea Harrison with the sole purpose of an honest review. I also bought a copy to complete my collection. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.