*I received a ecopy of this book for my honest review*
Millionaire Garion Gold is the last Drakkon alive on earth, but he doesn’t have to be. His blood holds the power to transform at will or alter any descendant of the ancients. He doesn’t have to live his life alone, hiding from those who seek his blood, secluded in a villa in the mountains of Norway. He can rule the sky with his kind, but the cost to humans is too high. So he remains a man, alone in the clouds, giving up flight and fire for a nobler purpose. He’s suspended in both worlds, belonging to neither, an outcast with a price on his head that has cost others their lives.
Helen White will never forget the Gold Drakkon that burned her family to ashes and set her path toward a purpose. To find and kill him before he turns any more Drakkon. But he isn’t the monster she’d prepared herself for. He’s six feet five inches of pure, golden muscle and built like he could lift that hammer from the ground with a tug. He’s mystery and radiance draped in sunshine or starlight. A man whose kiss sets music to the stars and whose truest heart is revealed in his gentleness with the most delicate of creatures; his cat. What will losing her heart to her sworn enemy cost her? And when a life-altering truth is revealed, what will stop her from killing him?
This is the second book in the Rulers of the Sky series. I have read the first book (Scorched) earlier this and I had loved it so of course, I couldn't wait to get my hands on Ember.
I read this book fairly quick. Sure it is just about 281 pages but I just couldn't put this book down and I didn't. I actually read it in one sitting.
I liked the characters and I am hoping there will be one more book in this series. I liked this book just as much as the first and I can't wait to read more of Paula Quinn's books.
I give Ember by Paul Quinn 5 out of 5.
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