Published: 23 October 2014
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Dragons
Kyra is a shapeshifting Moorigad dragon, she is one part fire dragon and one part water dragon. After having run away from home, she is now living in a mysterious magical carnival. This is also where she met her best friend Sebastian, whom she cares deeply for.
After rescuing the mysterious Marcus from drowning. She gets torn between the new young man that she feels a huge indescribable attraction to, and Sebastian. There is also someone or something who wants to hurt Marcus, and a mysterious force bounds her to protect him.
I wanted to read this book because it sounded like a fun and entertaining read. I liked that the main character can shapeshift to a dragon. And the setting of the book sounded intriguing. I hoped that it was an interesting and fun short read.
I didn’t like the story and I didn’t like the love triangle. I also didn’t like the main character Kyra, she is irritating and she makes some stupid and dumb decisions. The whole book is about should I choose my best friend, or should I choose this dude I have known for only 2 hours. It gets old pretty fast.
I had problems with a few thing in the book. Like in the beginning when she rescuing Marcus from drowning. Why did Sebastian ger angry that she saved him? Should they just let him die. I don’t understand.
There is one place in the book where they are in a deadly danger. And she starts thinking about that men likes to be in charge and feel macho. I have to let him do all the work. Buuhu she didn’t want to take his masculinity. Bitch you are about to die, don’t think about his ego, try to save yourself from death.
I only continued reading to see where the story went. But the last part of the book is even more NOPE. And I just skim-read it to finish it.
The only thing I liked was the setting. The mysterious carnival with magical creatures. Now I’m intrigued to read more books with the same setting. I also liked that it was free on kindle amazon, good thing that I didn’t use any money on the book.
I gave it 1 star out of 5.