Goodreads.com Description: “Adeen has always known she was destined to save her people, the dragons, thanks to a visit from a princess when she was a small child. That one visit changed everything. Fearing the crumbling of the veil that protects the dragons, her clan took away her childhood and made training her top priority.
Now, no longer a child, Adeen is again visited by her princess and receives her task. She must make the trek to New Orleans to save her people. Her solo mission doesn’t stay that way long, and she is soon joined by an ancient fae, a not-so-extinct extinct phoenix, and a super hot dragon — who happens to be her fated mate. The mission is nothing like what she had prepared for, nor is it what she expected. This mission will take more than just skill. It will take a great sacrifice. Is Adeen ready to give up everything she just found?”
About the Author
Delphina has been writing since she can remember and has always had a love of the paranormal. She is an avid reader and a self proclaimed shifter crack addict. Delphina currently lives in the Midwest with her husband and four kids. Her novel, Unless You Can Be A Unicorn, is set to release early October. You can get a glimpse of Scout’s world in “Always Be Yourself”, which is a part of the anthology, Certain.
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Supernatural Chronicles: The Dragons by Delphina Henley was a first on two platforms–the first book I ever read by Henley and the first dragon shifter book I’ve ever read. Yay on both accounts!
It took me a minute to get into the story. I attribute that to my unfamiliarity with dragon shifters, but once I got into the story I was captivated by it.
I found the characters of Kai and Adeen intriguing. Their mating bond was very strong and compelling. The relationship between them seemed more important, in this book, than the issue behind the Veil.
Henley created very interesting personas in The Dragons. One of my favorites was Nicola, a phoenix shifter. He was an old soul I wanted to know more about. Of course, the idea of a phoenix shifter grabbed my attention.
I enjoyed reading The Dragons. I want to know more about these characters apart from the Veil! Thank you Henley for introducing me to a whole new race of shifters as well.
(5 Hands=Excellent; 4 Hands=Pretty Good; 3 Hands=Good)