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    Brides of the Kindred

    Evangeline Anderson - Releasing the Dragon Another great addition to the Kindred Tales series. It’s full of wonderful characters and we get to hang out with some of our original favorites as well as meet new ones that are sure to be interesting in their own books to come. The main characters as in many of these books have had a rough time growing up especially as a teen, but they have worked hard to overcome these hurdles. Annie has had it rough and our hearts break for the bullying she had to endure as a red headed plump teen full of freckles (I love how the Kindred consider the freckles “Goddess Kisses”. Drugair (Dru)is a new Kindred species we are meeting. Few are allowed on the mothership as they are Dragon Shifters and considered a possible danger. Dru has worked hard to keep his poor Drake from coming out, it is considered a major disgrace in his culture. His ability to control his Drake has scored him a high position as an undercover agent for the Mother Ship. Dru and Annie have of course been dreamsharing and as hard as it is to stay away Dru finds he must meet his true mate. He is determined not to claim her though due to his dangerous job and his dragon (who turns out to be very wonderful). The story takes them on a dangerous mission, some new worlds and cultures. Some of the situations we have seen in previous stories but are seriously great material and work well with the plot (I know some readers have criticized this I find they are consistent with the worlds the author has so skillfully built).This book is ten flames 🔥 of hot. The plot is an exciting page turner, long enough to get lost in but short enough to read in one sitting (ok it was an all night sitting). In addition the story weaves in an over all plot that skillfully weaves in and introduces us to some awesome sounding characters and plot lines of up coming (hopefully soon) books.
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    Great 👍story

    I have enjoyed reading each of these books 📚, in this series and they keep getting better. Annie and Dru's story is filled with action, suspense and intrigue, couldn't get any better. I can't wait for the next book in this series. I received this book as a FREE ARC copy to read and I voluntarily leave this review.
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    Page turner

    Enjoyed this book. The characters of Dru and his Drake are truely intriguing. While the Annie gives herself over to the idea of being with and kindred and all the wonder that comes with it. Releasing the dragon will keep the pages turning. Loved it! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Releasing the Dragon

    One comment: the author describes her neighbour as if she is in her late seventies or in her eighties or nineties; then it turns out that the neighbour's 50th high school reunion was the year previous.....excuse me, this neighbour would be between 67-69 years of age.....how could there not be enough of the class left alive....was this woman sickly, a lot of people are happily working until they are in their 70's, and they don't have faded eyes in their 60's. Please get an appropriate view of ages.
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    Excellent read!

    Excellent book to read, intriguing and exotic. I could not put the book down, the author is an excellent writer.
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