A dragon shape-shifter and a computer mastermind, Ryder is sent to guard Glasgow after a devastating Dark attack. But when memories of an explosive affair come back to him - in the flesh - Ryder cannot help but want to protect the woman who haunts his dreams. Even if means shifting into the dragon he was never supposed to reveal....
Kinsey could never get enough of Ryder. His every touch only left her wanting more. But now that she's seen him in his true form, Kinsey's world is rocked to the core. She knows that to stay - and feel - alive, she must be with Ryder. But is Kinsey's passion worth the risk of danger that comes with being a part of Ryder's dark and fierce world?
©2016 Donna Grant (P)2016 Tantor
Love the Dark Kings series. I am hooked and can't wait for the next book. However we are too far in the series for the narrator to change the pronunciation of names. Also the suspense of who Rhi's dragon king is has dragged on for two long. But it was still a good book.
I have listened to this entire series. He is a very good narrator. My only complaint is that he changed the way he pronounced one of the characters names in this book (i.e. Rhys). I did not like that and found my self constantly correcting him when he said her name throughout the book.
I think there needs to be closer attention to detail during the reading as pronouncing even one characters name differently in this book compared to the other books in the series causes a disruption for the listener.
I'm struggling with the fact this many books in the narrator, of his own accord or not, has changed the pronunciation of Rhi's name from a long i sound to a long e sound. I'm not far enough to rate the rest of the book but this is driving me a little nuts.
I get Ryder plays heavily in this book but I think we're all astute enough to keep it straight without the switch up in the audio presentation.
I hope it switches back soon.
I am so in love with this series. It envelopes you into it's world and has you sitting on the edge of your seat, gripping it, hanging on every word to find out what is going to happen next.
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