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    Satisfying wrap-up to Pia and Dragos' HEA

    PLANET DRAGOS is novella number 9.8 in the <i>Elder Races</i> series. Harrison has said this is the last story centered on Pia and Dragos (sad boo). I adore Pia and Dragos, and love Liam too, so it’s sad to know this is the last time I’ll get to spend some concentrated time with them. I love the setup Harrison has created to move them offstage, and I’m curious how often they may show up as secondary characters in future books. Harrison has said that she’s done a ton of novellas in the series due to contractual limitations with her publisher, and I’m looking forward to getting back to full length books now that she’s publishing her own works. She did say on her blog that she’s going to write a final trilogy based on the original Wyr demesne in New York, which will be the last set of books that will be NY-based. I’ve been so invested in her New York characters that I felt a bit sluggish switching gears to the European demesne in her related <i>Moonshadow</i> series. But I did really enjoy both Moonshadow and Spellbinder, so I’m sure I’ll adjust quickly! Pia and Dragos travel to Las Vegas for the wedding of Rune and Carling (the main characters from book 3, Serpent’s Kiss). Both Carling and Pia are kidnapped, and Dragos and Rune must put aside their differences to rescue their mates. Because so many of the Elder Race are getting together for the wedding, it’s perfectly logical to have an ensemble cast from so many of the previous books, and Harrison gets to showcase so many of her fabulous characters. I love visiting with so many of my favorites! But there are also some new faces here to keep things fresh and to keep the readers guessing. Harrison does a great job at keeping the tension fired up. I love how adept Pia is in doing what she is able to do without being an unbelievable superpower. Instead, she’s a great mix of pragmatic and optimistic, and I enjoy how she approaches challenges every time. Dragos continues to be a larger-than-life character, which is part of what makes him so enjoyable for me. They make such a wonderful couple. Their son Liam is a joy, and it’s fabulous that we get to welcome their second child in PLANET DRAGOS. This is a very satisfying wrap-up to Pia and Dragos’ life together, and I can’t wait to see where Harrison takes us next. I received a copy of this novella from the author in exchange for an honest review. Which just means I got to read it early, since I had already preordered it myself!
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    Change is coming.

    Change is coming, decisions need to be made, and Pia and Dragos have one last challenge to over come. Planet Dragos is a fast-paced action-packed story featuring Pia and Dragos in their last adventure! I had forgotten that Pia is pregnant. We see the toll that this pregnancy is taking on her, how her hormones are making her moody, and how depression of not feeling beautiful is setting in. It showcases what many women go through during pregnancy, the mood swings, the difficult decisions, the depression that can set in, etc.. We also see that even though they are a mated couple it’s not all roses and sunshine. Their are bumps along the way. The best part about this novella is that all the previous cast and couples make appearances and throw in their support to help Rune and Dragos out when their mates go missing. Emotions are running high throughout the novella. It was wonderful to see Rune and Dragos confront their issues, their falling out, and work together once more to save their mates. It was sweet to have this reconciliation. As always Ms. Harrion’s doesn’t give you anytime to think. You just keep turning those pages to see how everything will turn out. Many changes are happening in the Wyr demise and those changes will affect a number of characters. We also get a guest appearance of Death one of the Primal Gods… He was fun! As for Pia and Dragos. I’m happy with their story arc’s conclusion. It doesn’t mean I won’t love to see them pop up now and then, but this arc makes room for the next generation to take over. Another suburb novella in the Elder Races series. **Note: You should read Pia & Dragos story arc in order. Rated: 4.5 Stars *Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy provided by Thea Harrison with the sole purpose of an honest review. I also bought a copy to complete my collection. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
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    This world is changing

    Four and a half Eleven fabulous chapters of the swan song I feared but honestly it's setting up for more amazing goodness as like death and taxes change is inevitable. The author has stated this will be the last adventure for Dragos and Pia although they might pop up occasionally as supporting characters. So she really had to pull something out of her literary bag that is action packed and fulfilling to make her readers happy. Well as Pia is heavily pregnant and very grumpy to boot you would think that Dragos would tread warily but obviously he’s a mere male and bound to make mistakes. The problem is Pia might feel she’s lumbering about like a cart horse but if Dragos won’t answer her questions then Pia will just have to find out what’s going on herself. I love how real the couple feel with Pia struggling with feeling obviously less than attractive and Dragos trying to be protective and yet at the same time totally oblivious to what Pia really needs to hear. Everything is happening so quickly and whilst it was lovely to see old friends in this story it’s the future of this series that I’m most excited for. Yes I will miss these romantic vignettes with this couple but as I think about it I understand the authors feelings that their part of this world should now evolve and that leaves the way open for new characters and of course Liam ! This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair
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    Love it

    I love all of Thea Harrison's books. I have read all her elder series and this one is great like all the others. Love reading about Pia and Draco.
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    You do not want to miss it.

    As with any book by Thea Harrison, you get plenty of action, some mystery and lots of romance. The characters and the stories remain with you long after they are done. This one is a must read for anyone who has followed Pia and Dragos, while it’s not a long book it does have a major impact on the elder race series.
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