Monday, March 20, 2017

Review - Dragons Don't Forgive by D'Elen McClain

Reviewed by -- Jacqueline Driggers

Book Review of --
Dragons Don't Forgive: Dragon Shifter Romance (Fire Chronicles New Adult Paranormal Book 3) by D'Elen McClain

Overall star rating --- 5

About the book:
After nearly killing his friend’s bride, Sarn runs from the dragon realm and finds solace in endless bottles of whisky. The only thing growing higher than the pile of discarded bottles is Sarn’s temper. So what’s to be done with a man capable of breathing fire and turning into a ten ton dragon with anger management issues?

When you’re a female wolf shifter tending bar for a bunch of bad-ass immortals you need a little extra attitude to get your point across. When Sierra takes interest in Sarn, hearts are on the line and fire burns deep as two worlds collide.

Will the dragon’s curse keep these two apart or will Sierra’s love do the impossible and change destiny? Things might go easier for them both if they could get past the greatest issue…

Book creation ratings -- Max. total of 30 possible --
Overall total, out of 30 -- 30
-- Story & characters -- 10
-- Cover & title -- 10
-- Editing & formatting -- 10
* based on a 1-10 scale with:  1-4, poor; 5-7, good; 8-10, very good.*

The review --
- spoiler alert -
If you haven't read books 1 and 2 yet, you may want to skip reading this review until you've read the other books.
Well, one thing we can conclude from the previous 2 books is that a lonely dragon is a bad thing. Another thing we can conclude is that dragons are naturally jealous. Combine lonely and jealous, and it resulted in bad consequences in the ending of the last book.

So, Sarn takes off and drowns his guilt in a bottle in the basement of a bar in the earth realm, until a certain female wolf shifter thinks enough is enough and takes matters into her own hands. So that's the setting in this book, a departure from the other two. But this book is just as great as the others.

This book is the story of a heartbroken dragon shifter and a determined wolf shifter. The interactions make for an awesome book. What more can I tell? Not much. You just need to read it. This series is not one to be missed.

Reader Recommendations
Genre -- paranormal romance
Age recommendations -- 17 plus
Sex content rating -- moderate
Violence rating -- mild

Links for the book:

Link to review for Book 1 in the series

Link to review for Book 2 in the series

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