R.K. Lilley writing Urban Fantasy as Rebecca K. Lilley.
Every head start has a price. Seven years ago, Jillian burned just about every bridge she ever had. Being a lifelong fugitive, she'd seen it as her only chance to get away clean, but it had taken its toll. In a world where those with supernatural powers must stay hidden from normal society, being a creature that even most of the supernatural community considered a myth did not make for an easy life. And when the ex she ran away from finds her again, it's about to get much harder. It doesn't help that she's still hopelessly in love with him...
©2012 R.K. Lilley, LLC (P)2014 R.K. Lilley, LLC
Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books
I don't read many books about dragon shifters but I could not put this book down. I was hooked from the first few pages and Jillian was such a snarky kick ass woman who was hiding a deep dark secret. Not only was she and her sister Lynne from a family of ancient dragons, they were both on the run. They befriended a motley crew of paranormals and I just adored Caleb who loved to blow stuff up, had an affinity with guns and he seemed to be everywhere which was great in a crisis. Then there was Christian, how ironic considering he was a dragon slayer yet completely unaware that his best friend and her sister were his arch enemies, talk about keeping your friends close and your enemies closer. As for Dom, well Mr brooding Alpha. He sounded awesome to me but Jillian had her reasons to do what she done. Jillian decided not to bow out gracefully and burnt all of her bridges behind her. She made sure the relationship crashed and burned in a spectacular manner and I kind of felt sorry for her as her heart was in the right place, it was for the right reasons but it was just the way she went about it. Despite the fact they couldn't keep their hands off each other when they crossed paths, I can't see a "happily ever after" in their future but never say never...
When her past finally catches up to her, Jillian will make a choice that will change her world forever. New alliances will be formed with old foes returning and she will have to take a stand. Heaps of action and plenty of twists to this tale. This series is now one of my new favorites, I just hope the author writes the second book soon as I am dying to know what happens next...
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Christians who hate witches but believe in dragons
Couldn't get there
The reader was emotionless. Just reading words with no emotion
Anger and disappointment
This author sure has it out for witches too strongly
"Peaks and Troughs"
Perhaps a different editor may have been able to tighten up the dialogue and prevent some of the inconsistencies in the characters and plots.
The narrator was certainly not the worst I have come across. Perhaps, the old saying that you can't make a silk purse out of a pig's ear holds true as far as the dialogue is concerned.
Well, this was a strange little book. Full of contradictions and periods of really awful writing. But, although there were peaks and troughs, fortunately the peaks were more numerous than the troughs. It is a story that captured me although the characters were unoriginal and some of the dialogue and inner thoughts were dire. Oh - and the ending was a bit, well, cheesy is the only word that comes to me at the moment. Definitely worth a try though.
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