Hello friends! Today I have my book review of
Wings of Fire, by G. Bailey.
Wings of Fire is the second book in the Protected by Dragons series.
Trigger Warnings: Sex Scene(s), Drugging, Attempted Rape, Murder.
Four lost dragon guards. Three choices. Two betrayals and one secret…
Dumped on earth with three dragon’s guards, who have no idea who Isola is, isn’t what anyone had planned. With the biggest betrayal still haunting her heart, it’s hard for Isola to remember what she has to do and that she has to return to Dragca. Only making her dragons remember her, isn’t as easy as she hoped. The three guards, who she knows it’s forbidden to love, are doing everything to make sure they win her heart…
So, what could go wrong?
With dreams of her betrayer literally haunting her, and the dangers of earth becoming a problem no one can protect her from, everything seems lost when it’s dangerous to be.
The curse must fall, like fire for ice, betrayal and death must be the price…
18+ reverse harem with possible triggers.
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.
In the way that the previous book ended, I could not tell you how I thought that Wings of Fire would end. I genuinely didn’t know what to expect.
Surprisingly, Wings of Fire had a heavy tone to the story. There were bits of hope here and there, but for the most part there was a sense of urgency and almost like a despairing feeling that accompanied the story.
Pretty much the entirety of Wings of Fire was unpredictable. This second book kept me on my toes for sure–which is what had kept me reading the story. By the end of the book, I was flabbergasted by how Bailey ended up writing the ending.
There were a few bits and pieces that I had Thoughts about. Especially the bit with trust issues, and the fact that the guys freak out and be territorial over Isola was irksome to read, but I’m glad that they got passed that. I’m glad that they’re working together now.
There were some things that were revealed in the story that did not come to fruition within Wings of Fire, so I hope that the story unveils more of itself in the next book.
I know that Hallie is hiding something and we don’t know what so I think that we’re going to find out either in the 3rd or 4th books.
When I finished reading Wings of Fire, I was just glad that the people who matter the most to Isola were all with her.
I give Wings of Fire, 3 stars.
Have you read anything by G. Bailey? If so, what did you read, and did you enjoy it?
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See you soon, and Happy Reading!
Check out my review of the first novel in the Protected by Dragons series: Wings of Ice!
3 thoughts on “Wings of Fire, by G. Bailey | Book Review”
Great review! I love the cover of this book.
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it IS a great cover 😀