Hello friends! Today I have my book review of
Dragon Blood is the second book in the Dragon’s Gift: The Sorceress series.
Trigger Warnings: Fighting, Blood, Murder.
There’s no rest for the wicked. Or for demon slayers. I’m both, so things have been busy. The sort of busy where I spend all my time trying not to get killed or discovered for what I really am—a Dragon Blood with the deadly power to create new magic.
When a mysterious bomb goes off in my town and my closest friends are turned to stone, it becomes a race against the clock to stop the demon who is still at large. Every six hours, another bomb takes out more people.
My only chance at catching the demon and reversing the spell is to team up with the too-sexy bounty hunter, Declan O’Shea. It’s nearly impossible to resist him, but I must. We’re natural born enemies, and if he discovers what I am, life as I know it would be over.
Dragon Blood is a fast-paced urban fantasy adventure starring a kick butt heroine, a powerful hero, and magic that will blow your socks off.
I didn’t particularly take any in-depth notes when I was reading Dragon Blood. So my review is going to be short and sweet….and probably make no sense.
There’s something that’s adorable and honestly, totally charming about Aeri’s character, and that’s her obsession with junk food. Especially Cheetos–don’t come between Aeri and her Cheeto’s, haha.
The flow of the story is effortless–meaning that Dragon Blood is so freaking readable and everything is just…done really well. The way that Dragon Blood had started made me want to read Aeri’s story from the beginning to finish. I say this because lately I’ve been in a mood where I don’t like the sequels to stories. Like I don’t want the image ruined in a negative way. However, I’m glad that my image of Aeri’s story hasn’t changed in a negative way–it’s actually quite positive. I’m intrigued as to where Aeri’s story, and her romantic life, will go.
What ended up happening in Dragon Blood was so freaking entertaining.
Once Dragon Blood got underway, and I could see where the story was going, I so badly wanted to know if Aeri would be able to take down the demon. And I’m honestly very pleased with the outcome.
The way in which Dragon Blood officially ended has me very curious about the next book, Demon Curse.
I give Dragon Blood, 3 stars.
Have you read the Dragon’s Gift: The Sorceress series? Have you read anything by Linsey Hall?
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