Review: Dragon Lost by Donna Grant

Title: Dragon Lost by Donna Grant

Series: Dark Kings #16.5

Format: eBook

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Date Read: March 21. 2020

3 stars
3 stars – I enjoyed it

Annita has always known that her destiny involves a dragon. Her aunt foretold that she would find a dragon, but as the years passed and no dragon appeared she thinks that it might be a mistake. While swimming in the caves near her home she stumbles upon a beige dragon, who quickly turns into a man. Royden just wants to find an item his brother hid from him and go back to Dreagan, but instead he finds a  beautiful woman who says she was destined to find a dragon.

I enjoyed this quick Dragon King story. Annita and Royden had a sweet romance that I enjoyed and wanted more of. I do wish we had seen a little more action in this book. There were a couple times when I thought there was going to be some big thing happen, or some more information about the item Royden was searching for but it never happens. 

Overall, this was a nice addition to the series. I do wish it had been a little longer though.


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Previous books and reviews in the series:

#0.1 Dark Cravings
#0.2 Nights Awakening
#0.3 Dawn’s Desire
#1 Darkest Flame
#2 Fire Rising
#3 Burning Desire
#4 Hot Blooded
#5 Night’s Blaze
#6 Soul Scorched
#6.5 Dragon King
#7 Passion Ignites
#8 Smoldering Hunger
#9 Smoke and Fire
#9.5 Dragon Fever
#10 Firestorm
#11 Blaze
#11.6 Constantine: A History
#11.7 Constantine: A History Part 2
#12 Heat
#13 Torched
#13.1 Constantine: A History Part 3
#13.5 Dragon Night
#14 Dragonfire
#14.5 Dragon Claimed
#15 Ignite
#16 Fever


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