Blaze (Dark Kings, #11)


Blaze by Donna Grant

~ARC from the publisher via NetGalley.~

The 11th book of the series. If you read books 9.5 and 10, you will notice that there are some events that are parallel to this book. It is because the events were happening at same time. I was thankful that I actively read this series. If this is the first time you read this book, I recommend that you read Dragon Fever and Firestorm to understand some of the events that are mentioned within the book.

Blaze focuses on some of the loose questions that we had on Firestorm. We are given other questions that made wonder “Where?”  Although it certainly made things clear for me.

Devon, a woman that do not believe in magic and anything that resembles the unknown, is suddenly thrown into a world she is skeptical about. Doubts assailed her when she found out the people she have been working for had her under surveillance.

Anson, one of the Dragon Kings is tasked to protect Ryder’s mate Kinsey and Henry’s sister Ester, as they hack into Kinsey former company. He had no desire to involve himself with humans, however, Fate has other plans.

As the story progresses, we are presented with some events that could affect the future of the characters in the next book. From the Ulric’s form of revenge, to Rhi’s involvement with the Warriors, to Con’s affair, and to the repercussion of the Fae Queen’s actions. We cannot really say, as a reader what each action would result. All we can do is wait of the next book.

I enjoyed reading this book. Especially at the last two or three chapters of the book. It was such a nice ending.

However, trouble brews as the book ends. How will affect the future? I hope that what ever the two plans, our heroes will survive.

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


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