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  • Great title

    This book was very good. It started out great and then fell a bit in the middle but got going in the end. There were tense moments and some sad but story line went smoothly. Recommend

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  • Love's true light

    In book nine of the Dragon Lords we learn of how it all began how Mede and Prince Llyr come to meet and who are to become King and Queen of the Draig. I think this story is my favorite of the nine, although I do love them all Mede's story was the best. Mede was a kickass type of girl who did what she wanted and not let any man rule her or he heart. She was the only female dragon around which made her very special. Boys from all around wanted to be her future husband even a Var but she didn't and never want to marry . Llyr was Prince of Draig and next to be King. From the first time he saw Mede he knew she was the one he's crystal show him so the day she crushed hers in the forest. On that day he watch her hidden in the brushes because he was taken with her and a little afraid to approach her. He want to meet her and get to know her but he knew that if he goes to her with a glowing crystal she might bolt. So he comes up with a plan using someone else's crystal he meet's her and tries to woo her. Mede has feeling for the Prince oh how she wanted him, but thinks it can never be his crystal doesn't glow for her. There are adventures and passionate kisses and even a passionate night as the two are left alone on the way back to there homes. When a tragic event happens to a friend of the two and all spring into action truths come to light and a happy ending is fated for the couple but not before a fight for life and love gets in the way that may change everyone's path forever.

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  • Another great book.

    Mede has had to fight for equality, meeting every challenge to prove she is just as good, even better than the Draig men. Being the only Draig female means that every male has tried to meet her to see if their crystal glows, proving that she is their mate, but she doesn’t want marriage and hasn’t kept that fact a secret. Prince Llyr has known from an early age that Mede is his mate, but has kept quiet because he knows she will run as far and as fast as she could if she knew. So, he has decided to become her friend before he tells her. Unfortunately, Mede has caught the eye of one of their neighbors, a cat-shifters, who has decided that she is his and he will do anything to achieve that end. I absolutely loved this book: I have enjoyed them all but this one was so enjoyable, the insight into the Dead Dragon group and all the revelations in this book makes it one of the best in series to me. I voluntarily received and reviewed an ARC copy of the book.

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  • You Can’t Fight Fate!

    Medellyn, Mede, is a very rare female dragon on Qurilixen. She has been fighting boys off all of her life. She wants to be a warrior, not a married woman with some man bossing her around. She has trained and fought hard to be allowed to join the Dead Dragons, the protectors of the crown. She destroyed her chrystal when she was a girl so that she will never have to marry, or so she thinks! Prince Llyr, future King, knows Mede is his mate. His crystal lights up any time he is near her. He is afraid if she finds out before the Breeding Ceremony this year,that she will run for the hills and not attend. His plan is to make her love him without her seeing the crystal. With the help of her father, he tricks her into taking him to the mines, and spending time with him there. Of course she can’t resist him. The more time she spends with him the more attracted to him she is, but she knows she is not his mate because his crystal doesn’t glow when she is near. She doesn’t know he switched crystals with one of his guards. This is a great story with a great ending! This is the last book in the Qurilixen series and tells the story of how it all began. I didn’t understand why this book would be last instead of first, but after reading it I understand why Michelle did it this way! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • I really enjoyed Mede and Llyr's story.

    I really enjoyed Mede and Llyr's story. Prince Llyr was brilliant and I really enjoyed his tactics for capturing Mede's heart. Mede was such a strong character, but sometimes her strength was her weakness. She was so stubborn. I loved how her mother proved over and again how strength didn't always lie in brute force. Sometimes, it takes a woman! This book also explained some things about Prince Attor and why he hates Mede and Llyr so much. Enjoyable read and definitely a must for those reading the Dragon Prince series. There were some editing flaws, but overall a good read for a rainy day. I received a copy from Booksprout in exchange for my honest review.

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