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Burning Desire: Dark Kings, Book 3

Burning Desire: Dark Kings, Book 3

Scritto da Donna Grant

Narrato da Antony Ferguson


Burning Desire: Dark Kings, Book 3

Scritto da Donna Grant

Narrato da Antony Ferguson

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4.5/5 (4 valutazioni)
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9 ore
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Pubblicato:
Oct 13, 2014
ISBN:
9781494574550
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In his quest to destroy the Dark Fae, the Dragon King known as Kiril goes to Ireland as a spy. When a gorgeous, mysterious woman tries to seduce him, Kiril instantly sees through her glamour to the Dark Fae beneath. Shara isn't just any Dark; she's from one of the most powerful bloodlines. And despite the dangers, Kiril can't stay away from her. He is enthralled by her smile and enslaved by the undeniable passion.

Shara has one chance to make things right with her family and to prove her worth. It seems like such an easy mission—until she actually meets Kiril. His charm and sexual magnetism are too much for her to ignore. Shara knows that falling into Kiril's arms can bring her nothing but trouble. Yet she discovers an inner strength she didn't know she had—and an attraction that knows no bounds. But is her desire for Kiril worth the risk of eternal doom for them both?

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Oct 13, 2014
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9781494574550
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Donna Grant has been praised for her “totally addictive” and “unique and sensual” stories. She’s written more than thirty novels spanning multiple genres of romance including the bestselling Dark King stories, Dark Craving, Night’s Awakening, and Dawn’s Desire. Her acclaimed series, Dark Warriors, feature a thrilling combination of Druids, primeval gods, and immortal Highlanders who are dark, dangerous, and irresistible. She lives with her two children, a dog, and four cats in Texas. "Dark, sexy, magical. When I want to indulge in a sizzling fantasy adventure, I read Donna Grant." --Allison Brennan, New York Times Bestselling Author


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  • (3/5)
    BURNING DESIRE wasn't my favorite book of the series. I can't decide if it was the couple or the storyline that didn't fully do it for me. I'm going to say it was a combination and try to explain why.BURNING DESIRE follows Kiril as he meets his mate Shara. As we know, Kiril is a Dragon King and is undercover in Ireland trying to find out information about the Dark Fae and what they are up to. Shara is a Dark Fae, but not your normal Dark Fae. After spending 600 years locked up for disappoint her family she is ready to earn their respect. She must seduce the Dragon King and help capture him. The only problem is she can't quite help falling for him. Kiril instantly knows that Shara is a Dark Fae and what she is there to do, but he plays along anyways because he's drawn to her. He doesn't instantly trust him, but he is drawn to her and he can't help wanting to get to know her better, or maybe he really just wants to get her into bed and doesn't care? You decide. I don't know, I liked them together and all but their relationship didn't draw me in like the other couples of the series. Since Kiril is in Ireland and the other Dragon Kings are in Scotland we don't get as much of them as we usually do. I missed having them and the rest of the girls around. Maybe that is what is holding me back from totally loving BURNING DESIRE. We see way more of Ulrik in book 3 than we have and I have to say I really don't like him. I was starting to think he wasn't involved in the Dragon Kings troubles, but it is now very obvious he is. Overall I just didn't feel like much was accomplished in BURNING DESIRE. Sure there was action and bad guys, but it wasn't as exciting to me as previous installments. Hopefully book 4 will get grab my attention more.* This book was provided free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
  • (5/5)
    Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick & Dirty: A Dragon King and Dark Fae. Will they be able to beat all the odds against them and find a lasting love?Opening Sentence: “Pretending.”The Review:The Dragon Kings are back, this one focuses on Kiril, whom is introduced for the first time in book 2 if I remember correctly! Don’t quote me on that because I read so much, I could very well be wrong. Kiril goes to Ireland to spy on the Dark Fae, after the capture and escape of two other Dragon Kings. The war is definitely escalating and Shara is a Dark Fae recently released from her prison with one last chance to do good for her. Or bad depending on how you want to look at it. Her mission is to seduce Kiril so that her family can capture him.However, Kiril isn’t fooled by her glamour for one moment, but he is intrigued by her, and so he sets out to figure out what the Dark Fae are up to. Shara is attracted as well, and soon begins to war within herself about what she should do. After a disastrous attempt to free herself from her family she turns to the one person she can trust, Kiril. Together will they be able save each other and help the other Dragon Kings?This is a great addition to the series. While each book focuses on a particular Dragon King, I am glad that I went ahead and read the first books before I reviewed this one. There is a ton of backstory and information that is conveyed in each book, so if you haven’t read this I suggest you start with the prequel books and go from there! Seriously, though I mean you could pick and choose but you would really not know what or why things are happening. I really enjoyed Shara being different from the other Dark Fae or as another character in the books subtly pointed out maybe she isn’t that different. Things are changing, and I think Donna Grant laid the groundwork in this book in a major way. She has a bigger picture with this series than just some romance between Dragons and humans and Fae.I really liked that about this book, in the earlier books you don’t quite get the sense that all the background stuff is important. But, here she makes it really clear that just like any other series she has a goal and ending in site! I love Dragons and I will be the first to admit that they are the most underused shifters out there, but I think because it is so challenging, because are they humans who shift or are they dragons that shift to human? Sometimes author’s make it clear and then blur the lines, which I think loses the fascination for me. I want Dragons who shift, I do mind certain attributes, and I could clearly care who they love (okay that isn’t true) but honestly who doesn’t love Dragons when they are done right.I think Donna Grant does them right, their true form is Dragons, and while they love, they aren’t necessarily human in their actions or thoughts. They are powerful and while they do hide quite a bit of that to maintain their secrecy they make no bones about what they want or prefer! So if you haven’t checked out this series and you are looking for a good one about Dragons then hurry up and get reading!Notable Scenes:“However, eons ago, it had been a human female who had made a vow to one of them, only to betray him and set in motion a war that could have destroyed them all.”“They had asked her to play a part in bringing down a Dragon King, and she wouldn’t fail them.”“Her father thought confining her for six hundred years would rein her in, and for the most part it did.”“He was in his true form, and that alone helped alleviate most of what bothered him.”“If they knew how deeply Shara had wormed her way into his psyche, they would be more than willing to use it against him.”FTC Advisory: St. Martin’s Press/Macmillan provided me with a copy of Burning Desire. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.