Mina Louvet is a fighter, a human with a powerful will to survive in a world dominated by warlocks, soul-eaters, and shifters. Identified by the king’s witch as one of the rare, invaluable females in Dragons Realm who can give birth to a dragon’s son, she was stolen from her parents as a child and taken to the Keep to be reared in the ways of the Ahavi. As one of the few, the elect ~ the Sklavos Ahavi ~ Mina is expected to feed her master’s fire, reanimate his blood, and above all else, give him strong dragon offspring: children who will one day rise to power. But Mina, to her great misfortune, is far too intelligent for her own good: She has a stubborn sense of justice, and she is wholly incapable of blind submission.
Dante Dragona is as cunning as he is lethal, as methodical as he is dangerous, and as terrifying as he is powerful. As the eldest of three dragon princes, he is destined to succeed his merciless father to the throne of Castle Dragon. But first he must do his duty to the Realm by governing one of its harsh, unforgiving districts and claiming a Sklavos Ahavi. Hardened by the sadistic abuse he endured as a child and shaped by the tragic suicide of his twin, the prince lives only to fulfill his obligations to the monarchy: to maintain law and order in a bestial land, to contain its magical inhabitants, and to keep the kingdom safe from its mortal enemies, the Lycanian shifters across the sea. Like all primordial dragons, he rules with an iron fist, dominates with absolute power, and punishes with fire. Those who oppose him die a swift and brutal death ~ subject, enemy, or slave ~ the Realm has no tolerance for weakness.
When the iron resolve of a dragon prince clashes with the stubborn will of a slave, bonds will be broken, alliances will be tested, and a kingdom will be set ablaze.
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About the Book
by Tessa Dawn
Dragons Realms Saga Book One
Ghost Pine Publishing, LLC
October 29, 2015
The beginning of this book had me going and it was a great read. But getting to know the main character more and more made me question whether or not I could continue. The main character Mina Louvet, is a rebellious, headstrong, disobedient individual. She knew the height of the position she was in but she couldn’t help what she did, it was all in her personality and for some reason it made me so mad. But I am not going to lie once I finished the book it was amazing and my heart went out to each and every character that played an important role.
In the beginning Mina, Cassidy, and Tatiana were chosen to be the Sklavos Ahavi, which in turn is basically a slave women who can produce son offsprings to the powerful dragon princes. Each Sklavos Ahavi are chosen by the witch Wavani. But the princes can personally choose which one they want. But they aren’t allowed to mate till the Autumn Mating. Dante, one of the three princes and first-born; came to visit the three while they first arrived at Castle Dragon. He personally choose Mina. But it didn’t go the way that they wanted it too. He told her not to fall in love. Their jobs are for the realm. But she couldn’t help it. To her, he was a mystery. To him she was a disobedient slave who needed to learn her place. But that is where the love and confidence grew.
Each character gives you a sense of emotions. Every scene played out perfectly. You can visually see everything that was going on. Like I stated before I started to grow to hate Mina, but more and more she grew on me. Dante, in the beginning I felt bad for what Mina with through with him and later I am now happy. And…Damien, you learn to have a love/hate relationship with him. You don’t hear much on Cassidy, Tatiana, or Drake. But they all play some sort of roles. Maybe more so in the second book.
I am definitely glad I decided to give this book a read. Most definitely would recommend this to anyone who loves dragons, love and drama.
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