ARC Review: Ancient Enforcer by Katie Reus

Title: Ancient Enforcer

Author: Katie Reus

Series: Ancients Rising #3

Genre: Paranormal

Pages: 252

Read: December 26, 2020

3 stars
3 stars – I liked it

House flipper Avery agrees to shelter three dragon shifter siblings who are struggling to adjust to the new world. She is instantly attracted to the oldest, Mikael, but refuses to act on it or let him know. But when an old enemy arrives and starts causing problems, Mikael and Avery are forced to confront their feelings.

I enjoyed Avery and Mikael’s story. These two have been ignoring their feelings for the past two books and I knew it was just a matter of time before they gave in. Avery wasa hardworking, independent, and extremely kind woman. Mikael is a quiet, brooding, alpha male who is extremely protective of Avery. I liked both of them and thought their relationship was very sweet. 

Their adventure to stop the enemy from Mikael’s past was action packed and filled with a lot of emotional scenes. This book also expands this post-apocalypse world with new kinds of paranormals, and different realms connected to the world. All of which I found extremely fascinating. I love a unique setting that grows with every book. But my absolute favorite thing about this book was that there were more baby dragonlings!

Overall, this was another great addition to the series! I really hope the next book is King’s though because I know it will be a good one. 

*ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review.*


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. Ancient Protector
  2. Ancient Enemy

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