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Sara's Review: Line of Fyre (Alien Dragon Shifters #2) by Cara Bristol




APC PUBLISHER: Cara Bristol RELEASED: March 23, 2020 GENRE: Sci fi, Romance LENGTH: 193 pages FORMAT: eBook




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You know things are bad on Earth when you’re the president’s daughter and becoming a concubine to an alien dragon shifter seems like your best option…


Helena Marshfield made a big mistake. But making it right puts her life in danger. She’s forced to flee and become the concubine of the Draconian prince. She never expects to be attracted to the "dragon man," and has no intention of making the relationship real.


Prince T’mar has no wish to consort with a human. Unfortunately, his father, the king, decrees he must accept her, his dragon mistakes her for their mate, and worse, the flame-haired female stirs his desires. Still, he intends to deposit her at the palace and fly away.


But when powers on Earth draw them into the line of fire, will their unexpected, unwanted burning attraction be the one thing that can save them? FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS


Alien Dragon Shifters, who knew that would be my never favorite thing. I sure didn't, but it is. I am totally in love with this series and all the characters. Helena the president's daughter was introduced in book one as was initially supposed to be the first Concubine; however, that didn't happen. In book 2, because of a villainous politician working for her father, she is forced to flee, and her only option is to become the second Concubine to the Eldest Dragon Shifter son. I enjoyed the dichotomy between T'Mar and his dragon. How the dragon knew Helena was his mate, yet T'Mar fought it because of his prejudice against humans. It brought humor and a complete understanding of the dual nature of the Dragon shifters in this world. I had a great time reading Line of Fyre and enjoyed and devoured every second of it. I can't wait for the next installment. This is a series I don't want to see an end to any time soon.

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