Hello friends! Today I have my book review of
Wings of Ice, by G. Bailey.
Wings of Ice is the first book in the Protected by Dragons series.
Trigger Warnings: Fighting, Bullying
Four Dragon Guards. Three Curses. Two Heirs. One Choice…
Forbidden love or the throne of the dragons?
Isola Dragice thought she knew what her future would bring. On her eighteenth birthday, she’d inherit the dragon throne, but one earth-shattering moment destroys everything.
As war looms heavy over Dragca, Isola is catapulted out of her pretend human life and thrust into a world, she knows little of. One life-threatening accident, when she loses control of her dragon, ends up with the whole of Dragca academy hating her.
When the four most powerful dragons in history are ordered to protect her, they find themselves with an awkward problem. Her family cursed them centuries ago, relegating them to slaves of the throne and they hate all royals. Especially an ice dragon princess with no control over her powers that can kill fire dragons. Which the whole school is full of.
What happens when fire falls for Ice?
18+ **Reverse harem**
From GoodReads [x]:
“REVERSE HAREM” IS, LITERALLY, THE OPPOSITE OF “HAREM”, WITH A GROUP OF MALES CENTERING ROUND A SINGULAR FEMALE, USUALLY WITH THREE OR MORE MALES. QUITE OFTEN FOUND UNDER THE ROMANCE GENRE.
Wings of Ice is a book that I didn’t put much thought into. I honestly thought that I’d end up marking Wings of Ice as Did Not Finish. I’m glad that I gave Wings of Ice a chance.
There were a few different points of view within this novel, and I’ve got to say, each and every one of them were quite interesting to read from.
What I liked was the descriptions of the characters’ surroundings. Having Isola see this world for the first time in a long time was so fun to read. — I can’t help but love the talk about the plant life and the everything magical in this book. I hope there’s more talk of this world throughout the series.
Something that I enjoyed while reading Wings of Ice were the twists and turns. I was kept on my toes throughout this novel, and for that, I am grateful.
What I love about this book was: the never ending plot-twists, Bee, and of course, Dragons. I also really liked the slow-burn forbidden romance!!!!
The ending of Wings of Ice had me wanting to scratch my eyes out. I know saying that is a….brutal imagery, but the ending had me feeling a lot of things, and none of those feelings were happy.
I give Wings of Ice, 3 stars.
Have you read Wings of Fire? What’d you think?
I’m glad that I read Wings of Ice. I actually didn’t put much thought into this novel before I sat down to read it. So I’m glad that I enjoyed reading this first Protected By Dragons book.
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