In Lush Valley, it’s a crime to even talk about dragons…
When Ezaara meets Zaarusha the Dragon Queen, she’s swept up in a blaze of color and they imprint, forming a deep bond. She must give up her home and family to become the new Queen’s Rider. Ignorant and unprepared, how can she possibly succeed?
Luckily, she has a dragon master — although rumors say she might be better off with the enemy.
Plunged into a world of cutthroat politics and traitors in every shadow, who can Ezaara trust as Commander Zens and his army of bestial tharuks march closer, razing villages and enslaving the people of Dragons’ Realm?
What personal price must Ezaara and her Dragon Master pay to save their people?
I really enjoyed this book! The beginning went blazing fast and the pace endured throughout the whole story.
There was a great deal of unique snippets to make this a something of it’s own, such as “dragon’s eggs!” and “thank the egg”, as well as traditional dragons that still have qualities that make them stand on their own within for this series.
Eileen was also not afraid to have dark elements such as violence, death, torture and rape. However, some elements are left to imagination and it’s clear she had done her research for many things, such as the dynamics of archery.
Only real downfall was that I don’t care much for Young Adult content romance, but that is simply my taste.