Thursday, January 7, 2016

Review of Jarek: Dragons of Preor by Celia Kyle


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we get Melissa's story and we meet her mate Jarek. Jarek is a dragon shifter from Preor. The Preor have come to earth to find mates for the dragons in the hope to save their race. The way they have found the way to ensure that their race will survive is with the help of the Ujal. Jerek knows that the Ujal are not helping them out of the goodness of their heart but because they want the Preor technology to find the missing Ujal children. The reason Jarek was chosen for this mission is he believed that this would be his last mission before he took his last flight in the air and died. For Jarek was never suppose to meet his mate and the knowing was not suppose to happen to him and his mate. Little did he know his first meeting with the Ujal will change his life forever. 

Melissa is a character that we met in Erun's book. In this book we find that Melissa is now the nanny for Tave and Rina. So the first time that Jarek and Melissa see one another Melissa is doing what she has been doing for a while now taking care of Theresa. The thing about Melissa and Theresa is there is a bond there that this child will not let change without both of them being ok with it. The first time any of the Preor men start to come near Melissa and try and separate Theresa from her they are all going to hear about it. Melissa is protective as well of Theresa so mate or knowing or not nothing will hurt this little girl or separate them. The biggest things with Melissa is she knows what is happening on a slight level but will her fears let her ruin something amazing?

This is an amazing book about finding love and not letting fear rule the way that you allow it to be a part of your life. Both of these characters have someone from their past that has done something unthinkable. The question then becomes for either of them will they let that person dictate their future? In this book you will find all of the characters from Ujal series. I recommend that you read this series to understand some of the references but it is not necessary. This book can be read as a stand alone. I was hooked from the first word to the very end I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.

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