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Soulfire (2014)

by Juliette Cross(Favorite Author)
4.07 of 5 Votes: 1
Lyrical Press/Kensington Publishing
review 1: Oh how I love dragons :) Giggle. So, this world is fantastic to be in. It's modern day, but half the town is separated into human side and dragon side. It's soooo cool how it's done :) And humans don't really like the dragons and the dragons are a little on the fence with humans. And plus, there's a great inner message about not being prejudiced. :) But, let's just say I wanna live her with all these HAWT dragon hybrids around!! So, Jessen is the daughter of a very prejudice, not nice, tycoon of money. Ugh, I don't like her dad, or her mom, but I loved her little sister. But anyways, she has a mind o f her own, and she won't be forced into a crappy life. She sneaks out one night and her circumstances change when she meets a very important dragon shifter, Lucius. Holy HAWTn... moreess. LOL But then, she's forced to choose her family or her destined mate. I loved her outlook on life and how she would stand up for herself. She's a very cool girl. Lucius is in trouble. His dragon picked a human to mate with. And his worst enemy's daughter at that. It's complicated. But he can't help himself. He has a lot to give up if things don't work out well. He's quiet but full of heart and I love that he paints. When he saves her in his bar from a fight, he can't help himself with her.This is a sweet, short story, but it has so much passion and inspiration. I seriously loved the world building and I am so in love. I WANT MORE MORE MORE!!! :) It's a great read and a wonderful story. 5 DRAGON PAWS!!
review 2: Holy Dragon Babies. This book was pretty much straight forward hot. I loved how this book didn’t fit with most supernatural books. We weren’t vampires, werewolves, or fairy. We were badass Dragons. Now we start off with Jessen. A girl from a very rich and powerful human family, but who never really fit in. She didn’t believe in her father’s beliefs that Morgons and humans should not mix. We first meet Jessen sneaking out of HER home to go to a Morgon club with her friends. I immediately loved Jessen. She was so snippy and went after what she wanted. She wasn’t afraid to stand up for what she wanted, well until she is threatened with the 2 people that she would do anything for, her mother and sister. Jessen is Lucius’s mate, his other half, the one that calls to his dragon. Their “relationship” is a whirl wind of drama. First Lucius tries to fight his feelings, while Jessen wants to explore them. Then when Lucius FINALLY comes to his senses its during a party where Jessen’s father announces her engagement to Aron (without Jessen’s knowledge) this leaves Lucius confused and hurt and angry thinking Jessen lied to him. Later when Jessen tries to find Lucius, Aron tries to rape her, Lucius swoops in to save the day. You get the idea. Drama at every corner. Now I loved this story line, but at times I felt like I was missing something. Maybe more information on the Dragon clans? I’m not sure. It just felt like something was missing. Maybe there will be a second book that goes deeper into the Dragons, I really hope so because I’d love to see more of Jessen and Lucius as they fight their way through their marriage together. I’d also love to see more of Jessen’s brother Demetrius. While he is an asshole throughout the whole story, at the end we see a different side of him. When accused of being like their father, Demetrius recoils. I’m thinking there is a lot more to him than meets the eye! All in all an amazing book. I can’t wait to see where the author goes with this one! less
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Great start to a new series! Love the story world and I'm looking forward to future books.
*fans self* Wow Lucius is hot stuff. I loved this book great find. couldn't put it down.
Enjoyed this. Was very sweet, and although short, it didn't feel rushed.
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