TITLE: TAKEN BY A DRAGON
AUTHOR: FELICITY HEATON
PUBLISHED: MARCH 10, 2015
SERIES: ETERNAL MATES
GENRE: PARANORMAL ROMANCE
Possessed by a need to save a beautiful Amazon warrior from the vision he witnessed, Loke snatched her from the midst of the battle between the Third and Fifth realm of the demons, and carried her to his home deep in the black mountains of Hell to protect her. But as the fierce little female awakens, he finds she’s anything but grateful, and his dragon instincts roar to life to warn she might be more to him than an enemy—she might be his fated female.
Anais remembers meeting a handsome warrior in the heat of battle, a man who was her enemy, but who looked at her with eyes that held
Can Loke protect Anais from the dangers of his realm and how far will he go to save her from the future he keeps witnessing? Can Anais resist the fierce attraction that burns between them as hot as fire and stay true to Archangel or will her heart be taken by the dragon?
Felicity Heaton never fails to amaze me with her awesome writing and characters. I expected nothing less when I got the chance to read the 7
th installment of the Eternal Mates series. What a ride it
was. Taken by a Dragon is an engaging
read from beginning to end. I thoroughly enjoyed the world of dragon shifters.
The story which picked up from where Claimed by a Demon King left off tells the story of Anais and Loke. Anais is an Archangel huntress and Loke is a dragon shifter. They were both in the midst of a heated battle against each other when Loke made the decision to kidnap Anais. This decision would prove to be life changing for both parties.
The romance between Anais and Loke developed quite nicely. It was intense, passionate and sweet. Just like a typical relationship, there were misunderstandings and betrayal, but this did not stop them from gaining their happily ever after.
The story is filled with romance and action as one would come to expect from Felicity Heaton’s books. It is well paced and will keep you wanting more. If you have not started reading this series, I suggest that you rectify this oversight. It keeps getting better. It should be noted that each book can be read as a stand-alone, but it would be good if they were read in order.