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Broken Gates (2013)

by D.T. Dyllin(Favorite Author)
4.42 of 5 Votes: 3
Dragonfairy Press
P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy
review 1: I jumped straight into Broken Gates (book #2), and DAMN!! Seriously! We all know the so called “middle-book” syndrome, right? Well, I can with confidence say; NOT HERE!! Broken Gates are filled with action, self-reflection, broken hearts, adventures, love and friendships. And loads, and loads of surprises!I pretty much read this book in a single day. Yup. It is THAT good! I’m truly amazed about how well Dyllin puts it all together. There isn’t one single place in the book where I want to cry foul, or put it down. I wanted to throw the book in the end, but that is due to something else ENTIRELY!P.J and her friends are the last of their kind; Seer, Guardian and Gate Keeper, and they’re the only ones who can save the world from the alien invasion (the Riders). But w... moreill it be enough? Will they be able to work together? It doesn’t exactly helps that both P.J and Bryn are half-dragons, that their mating is unstable, Kohl (the Red Dragon Lord) is standing next, just waiting for Bryn to make a serious enough mistake, so he can take over. MORE secrets are spilled in Broken Gates (just when I thought there were none left), and they left me breathless over and over again. I can’t begin to describe how much I love this book without divulging too much – and you don’t want me to. Trust me. The ending was heartbreaking, and I can’t wait until I can start reading Open Gates, I NEED to know what happens!! Seriously, if you like fantasy with everything packed into it; love, sorrow, heartbreak, friendship, action, magic, dragons (ALL kinds), aliens, secrets, surprises or just a damn well-written story - BUY THIS SERIES!!!Now, if you’ll excuse me… I have to finish the other book I’m reading so I can get back to Open Gates!!
review 2: *Genre* New Adult Paranormal Romance*Rating* 3.5*First Thoughts/Spoiler Free Review*Dear Ms Dyllin;First may I say thanks for the copy of Broken Gates that you sent to me in lieu of my honest opinion. It's always appreciated when authors give you the opportunity to read a book before anyone else. Thank you!Second, I say this with nothing but respect for your writing abilities; you, my lady, are an evil, evil sadist! You have absolutely no compassion whatsoever for readers emotions or the fact that some of us have weak constitutions when it comes to powerful cliffhangers that leaves us gasping for air and screaming like wild banshees and nearly tossing our Kindles across the living room. This is now two books in a row where you left us huddled under our covers, rocking back and forth, hoping not to end up on the Farm. You need to write faster so that we can find out what happens next! Obviously, you have plans for PJ and her future so I'll trust you to FIX THIS! A feel ashamed to say that I most likely won't be able to rate this book any higher than I did even though 3.5 stars is considered pretty dang good in my book. Call me a Rebel if you will. There was just something about this book that just didn't sit right with me. Perhaps it's the fact that I laugh at so called heroines who are supposed to be strong, yet, can't make up their minds between two guys one of who has been on my hate list since Hidden Gates and a certain scene that I can't get out of my head. The so called heroine who has an internal debate with herself and still she makes silly choices over who she should be with. "I could remember more than a few times while reading a book or watching a movie, I had laughed and rolled my eyes at the heroine for finding herself in such a situation." "Was it possible to love more than one person at the same time? I had always thought it just kind of a convenient notion that authors of novels and screen plays used to amp up intrigue in their stories."Perhaps it's the fact that I still haven't forgiven a certain someone who shall be not named for believing that any action he makes, is considered okay because of who he is. I'm obviously trusting you to fix the situation with Jenna as well. She needs to be around when all is said and done and maybe, just maybe, you can give her a HEA as well?Broken Gates pushes the envelope in what P.J. is able to deal with, and yes, she deals with a whole boat load of problems and situations and revelations without fully imploding and falling into a hot mess. The action picks up immediately and of course, it ends with the shot heard round the world! It was even nice to get a brief POV from the head hancho Rider in charge.So, in closing, I need the third book in this series asap! I won't be satisfied until it is in my greedy little hands and I'm sitting back in my recliner anticipating an exciting finale. *recvd from author for honest review* Expected publication: May 24th 2013 by Dragonfairy Press less
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