Monday, June 24, 2019

Review: Drakon's Knight by N.J. Walters

Drakon's Knight

Synopsis

Drakon Jericho Drake, the child of a pure-blood dragon and human, has a simple plan: Kill the leader of the Knights of the Dragon and start a war. Except, when he meets his target, Karina Azarov, she can’t remember who she is. Worst of all––he can’t kill her. His dragon side has just claimed the dangerous woman as his mate.

Karina has no idea why these Drakon’s have taken her to their home. And she most certainly does not understand why she’s so drawn to her captor. Maybe because he’s strong, intelligent, and caring, in his enigmatic sort of way. One thing she knows, he’s not going to hurt her. If only she could remember something from her past that would explain why these Drakon’s hate her so much.

But if her memory returns, mated or not, he may get his war.. And one of them will die.

Review

It's a very thrilling and romantic story. I quite enjoyed reading it. There wasn't a dull moment in this book. A story about Drakons and Knights, a tale that is both gripping and highly entertaining. This was an interesting take on shifters paranormal fiction. I think after a long time I've come across something this original. I really enjoyed the background stories that revolve around the main characters. I loved how well it ended. All in all, it's a must-read for anyone who enjoys a good romance and isn't afraid of little action.
Karina is feeling very uncomfortable lately. She feels as if someone else is controlling her actions but for now she can't do anything about it. She plans to make some kind of move soon, however, she doesn't get that chance when Drakons kidnap her. Now she doesn't have a choice but to do as they say or else they might kill her.
Jericho's plan was simple and straightforward. They were supposed to kill the leader of the Knights of the Dragons thus giving a fatal blow to the organization. But he is attracted to Karina and finds himself incapable of killing her. So, instead they kidnap her. He still plans to destroy the Knights but maybe they can use Karina for information. There is only one problem though, she doesn't seem to have any memory of her wrongdoings or the organization she is the head of.
Soon, they will all realize that things are not quite as simple as they thought. One thing is for sure though, Jericho and Karina has an undeniable connection and there isn't much wither of them can do about it.
I think it's a very well-written story. I found it to be an entertaining read and would definitely recommend it to my friends.
P.S. I received a complimentary copy of this book via NetGalley.

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