I enjoy dragon stories very much. This is book 2 in a series and I was a little lost at times trying to follow the family tree as the story is being told. I had to muddle through the lines to figure out who was who in this large family. Once I was able to work it all out, I settled in to a decent read.
The two main characters in this book are so similar yet so different. Each ignore their base needs because they think their destiny is elsewhere. The male protagonist is kind of a jerk. The female protagonist is stronger than she even realizes and it was interesting to see the two co-mingle and work out their skeletons.
This is a very visually appealing story. At times I felt myself flying through the air and looking at the ground below just like the characters. The world building is interesting and I can see how this series can continue on for many books to come.
If you are a fan of this style fiction, I would absolutely recommend this book.
Review by @mauraharper