"great plot, more than interesting characters and lots of style this paranormal has everything"
May's heart belongs to Gabriel, the leader of the silver
dragons and being stuck in Abaddon is not doing great
things for their relationship. You see, May is a
doppleganger and belongs to a demon lord and this
particular demon is trying to keep her for himself. Until
now May has managed to dampen his plans but the rules have
changed and it looks like she will have to give in.
Gabriel agrees and it shocks May that he is ready to give
her up. She has no need to worry though because in her
absence he has been busy thinking and has come up with a
plan to get them together again. There is some good news
and bad news that comes attached to this plan. The bad news
is that the demon lord will be able to go to the mortal
world again but the good news is that he won't have the
same amount of powers. Sounds too good to be true but there
is no other choice.
Things get even more complicated for May and Gabriel as the
plan progresses and alot of outside influences were not
taken into consideration. Namely the Red and Blue Dragons
and a dragon who is supposed to be dead. May will have to
keep trading to gain her freedom and that of some others if
she wants to finally be with Gabriel forever. Otherwise
everything could just go Up in Smoke.
This second book in the Silver Dragon series was just as
great as the first. I now know May better and I am also
starting to like Gabriel as much as Drake. This book was
amusing from the first page till the end and I found myself
laughing out loud more than once. I love the fact that
Aisling and Jim also make appearances in this series and I
can't wait to see what else this author produces because I
just love dragons.
With a great plot, more than interesting characters and
lots of style this has everything a great paranormal
romance needs. Not too overboard on the love and enough
action and banter to keep the pace going, this is a book
that begs to be read in one sitting. Katie MacAlister has
hit the spot again with this newest release and I am sure
she will continue to do so in the future.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted October 22, 2008