I found this book to be a fun science fiction romance that especially shined with scenes involving Landry and Talia. The author is skilled at bringing out the chemistry between these two, which at times was sizzling. The blend of science fiction and fantasy is interesting. This story includes various humanoids, dragons, mind reading, self-healing, space ships, spacesuits, airlocks, trams, mages and demons. I think it's best described as futuristic fantasy.
In the beginning, the main character, Talia Zaryn has frequent nightmares about being killed and she is often in fear of this coming true. For this reason, she came across as a believable character because anyone would worry about that, however at times, she seemed a bit too fearful of it. However, despite this fear she built a satellite to stop the Dragumon and came to the very planet where she dreams she will die all for the purpose of saving lives. At that point, I saw her as strong person as she still wanted to help others despite her own fears. I think just more of an emphasis on her desire to save people and less on her fears in the beginning would've brought out her stronger side sooner in the story.
Occasionally, certain scenes needed more fleshing out. For example, there was a scene where Talia and Landry are escaping a tram that is being set up to crash by a terrorist. The tram scene lacks details about what is going on with the other people on board. The whole time the tram is speeding out of control there is no mention of them, except at the end when they are dead, and there was a missed opportunity to really drive in the horror of what occurred because there is no description of the dead people. There were a few other scenes that seemed to be missing a few details.
Overall, this is a fun read, I enjoyed it and it left me feeling happy at the end. I look forward to more by this author.