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    Reaper is a new favorite!

    I have a new dragon to love and his name is Reaper. He's call the Dragon of War and he's an ancient like we have learned about Prima and Mira. Boy does he have a lot to learn about the new world. I've always been a fan of the caveman heroes and you can't get more caveman than an ancient dragon who's been in hibernation for thousands of years. Greer seems up to the challenge of teaching him that he can't just boss her around. It was actually pretty funny to see him crash and burn so much. Prima was a hoot. She knows what Reaper is going through and she enjoyed every minute of Reaper's foot in mouth syndrome. Greer could have been more understanding but I still liked her. She's more of a peace keeper so she really didn't see how Reaper, the God of War, could be anything for her. Despite her preferring peace, she had no problems taking charge when she needed too. I can't speak of where the story went in this book because I don't want to spoil anything, but I like the turn the author took. It seemed fitting for the last book in the Darkness series to end the way it did. The author does say at the end of the book notes that she will be doing a spinoff. I am very happy about this because I have really enjoyed the many characters we have gotten to know in The Darkness series and want to see more of them in the new spinoff. Especially Prima. Please, please give us a book on Prima!
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    An Ending but a New Beginning

    Reaper is awakened after a long Hibernation because his blood told him war was on the horizon. He is determined to find other warriors to help in the battle to come. Before he can figure out how to find those warriors, he meets Greer and it's hard for him to focus on anything but getting to know her better. And Greer is focused on trying to avoid Reaper and her attraction to him. When one of the warriors Reaper is trying to find is located in New Orleans, Greer is asked by her Alpha to go to keep an eye on him. Once they are in New Orleans, strange things start to happen and escalate into all out war all over the world. Joining forces with other supernaturals, Reaper and Greer helped to maintain control of New Orleans. They also embraced the fact that they were mates. Instead of returning to her clan, Greer and Reaper decide they are needed more in New Orleans to help rebuild as others were doing all over the world. Hopefully better than before.
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    Amazing way to end the series!

    What an amazing way to end the series! I absolutely love this world and all the characters we’ve met along the way but I honestly never saw this coming, which made it all the more spectacular. After hibernating for thousands of years, Reaper has just woken up when he sees Greer. Unable to communicate with her, he has no problem letting her know his thoughts. He wants her and along with that desire is the burning need to keep her by his side. He may not know much about this new world, but he knows his mate when he meets her. Greer doesn’t like warrior dragons or their bossy ways. Reaper may call to that feminine part of herself but his arrogance is a complete turn off. That’s what she tells herself anyway. When her Alpha instructs her to travel to New Orleans with the ancient dragons she’d rather do anything but spend more time with the controlling dragon. I absolutely loved Reaper! Due to his long hibernation, he struggles with the modern vernacular which had me giggling at his reactions and falling even deeper in love with him. From the beginning he was all about Greer, being with her, protecting her and claiming her. ”Oh, Reaper did not like this male. His dragon wanted to claw his face off for smiling at Greer. Claw it off, then rip his heart from his chest. Yes, his dragon thought, he would make a nice snack.” Rather than demand she yield to him, he was smart enough to recognize that she needed to be in control and he forced himself to give her what she needed. He was a charming, alpha hero with the type of characteristics I love in a book boyfriend. While Greer was a healer and had never fought in a battle, she was seriously strong and capable. Yet, even as she stood up for herself, she wasn’t harsh or foolhardy. She was smart in the way she dealt with Reaper as well as the attraction she felt for him. More than able to handle the issues popping up in this quickly changing world, she never lost the softness that was a part of her. “Because she felt impossible safe – which sounded insane even in her own head. The world had completely gone mad, but with Reaper, she felt protected. Treasured. Safe.” This has some amazing action and drama with some fantastic written imagery that totally blew me away. I could clearly picture it in my mind and imagine it on the big screen. Forget Fifty Shades, let’s see some dragon shifters of the Katie Reus variety! Although the romance is a strong part of this story, it actually has a bit of a slow burn to it which escalated the anticipation with each scene between Reaper and Greer. When things finally get hot and heavy with these two, the pages of my Kindle let up much like the mating flames this couple generated. I hated that this series was ending until I reached the end and the author’s note. With a spin-off on the horizon that will allow a few glimpses of some of our favorites as well as new characters, I’m antsy to get on with it! Thank the lord for dragon shifters, alpha heroes and amazing heroines strong enough to tame them!
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    Absolutely Fantastic .

    Absolutely Fantastic . I volunteered to read and review an advanced readers copy thru Netgallery of Darkness Rising . This story is hands down an amazing paranormal romance . I really enjoyed reading this story . I love shifters through in dragon shifter fantastic . This story is full of paranormal characters of all kinds . It's full of action and intrigue so suspenseful . Reaper is one intense and arrogant ancient dragon shifter . He wakes from hibernation and finds the world has changed quite alot , while he was in hibernation .
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    Really Great read

    Darkness Rising is the 9th and final book of this series. This one is about Reaper a General to the Dragon Warriors and Greer a Healer. Great storyline and very well written. It has abit of everything , adventure,Romance and conflict. Things don't go smooth fot this pair but it keeps you reading! Great book will miss this series.
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