Dracones Guardian (Dracones Book 6) by Sheri-Lynn Marean – Review by Francis O’Sullivan

Dracones GuardianDracones Guardian by Sheri-Lynn Marean
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dracones Guardian is an urban fantasy, and the sixth book in Sheri-Lynn Marean’s Dracones series.
Zander is an angel, living on Earth with his ever-growing family of supernatural creatures. When he is seriously injured, he has to learn to rely on others and accept offers of help.
Escaping from an abusive relationship, Chloe is reluctant to trust others and isn’t used to the kindness and generosity she finds in Zander’s family. Even more unfamiliar to her are the extraordinary people around her who can turn into wolves, leopards and even dragons.
For me, this book had a bit of an X Men feel to it with the way Zander had built up his family of supernatural creatures. There’s a well-established system of magic and history that’s easy enough to follow without having read the other books.
At times, the narrative jumps forward in time. Sometimes this is understandable – particularly the bigger jumps of many years, but at other times it felt like we were skipping over bits of the story that would have been interesting to read.
For me, this is a four star book. I’d recommend it to fans of stories with large found families, and paranormal romances. There are mentions and descriptions of abuse, including child and domestic abuse.

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