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  • it's really quite thrilling

    'Tristan' is the fifth book in Kathi S. Barton's "The Manning Dragons" series. It seems that Wynter Dawn, Tristan's fated mate, has had nothing but trouble put in her path since she turned eighteen. This time, she truly was in the wrong place at the wrong time but no one seemed to believe her. That's why she's been arrested for shooting eight people at the mall. Those weren't the only ones that had succumbed to the shootout but she was being charged as an accomplice. Hudson becomes involved as her attorney and of course, that brings Wynter into the family circle. The mystery behind the dragon tattoos is thrilling, but we don't get much more once we find out what they are and their purpose. I'm hoping they'll come into play in Xavier's book because I was totally fascinated with them. Sadie makes her final appearance with all the Manning brother's parents had left them. And if you've been following along, and are like me in thinking the dragon slayers had been dealt with, think again. The original slayer comes into play with nefarious plots, plans, and intentions. Oh, and the books they've received tell of a female dragon being born and given the same magic to turn human. It's quite exciting and moves along quickly. I hate this series is almost over but it's been thrilling to read.

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