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Power that’s growing ever more impossible to hide …

Captain Telryn “Trip” Yert is on the most important mission of his life. Accompanied by Captain Kaika, the sentient soulblade Jaxi, and Rysha Ravenwood - the noble-born scholar and officer he definitely shouldn’t be developing feelings for - he must find a way to close a portal that’s allowing more and more dragons into the world. If he fails, all of humanity could fall to the powerful creatures.

As if that wasn’t enough to worry about, the secret Trip has spent his whole life hiding, that he can draw upon magical power, is on the verge of being discovered. What will his superior officers think when they find out? What will Rysha think?

But as Trip will soon discover, what he thought he knew about himself is only a shadow of the truth. Reality is far more incredible than he ever imagined.

©2017 Lindsay Buroker (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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Great Read!!!!!

As with the "Dragon Blood" series from which "Heritage of Power" series is a shoot off. I find this series to be well written with great new Individuals as the main focus as well as familiar individuals from "Dragon Blood". I look forward to seeing many more books with this theme in mind. If you have not read them I suggest you start with the "Dragon Blood Omnibus"!!!! If you like Dragons and romance and intrigue these two series are perfect for you.

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The attack by dragons is coming.

Trip and the other Army flyers are ready to stop the dragons and their allies. The Army has the use of several magical swords. They also face superior forces and betrayal.

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awesome

fun series! I have enjoyed all the characters created in this world and the way it ties into the earlier series in this world. all I can say is fun.

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Great story but sadly recursive + flat characters

The story is fantastic. I wouldn't change anything really meaningful in it to make it better. The problem is that the character relationships are recursive and flat as hell. The constant lead up, then draw back in the relationship between the two main characters makes it have the feeling that it's going to be like this for every single book of this series until probably the last book where it all works out. Basically every other character is 1- dimensional as heck through the book. They just follow their tropes in most every situation.

Not even to mention if you look at the relationship between Trip and Rysha from Trip's perspective, It looks like Rysha basically used him for attention the entire book then said "oh NVM my work will get in the way" to Trip at the end of the book despite leading him on for the entire story.The way the author wrote it makes her look more like an attention whore than anything else; and makes Trip look like a dumbass for not thinking it through to the same logical conclusion about her. Since the author made her as smart as she is, the excuse couldn't even be made that she didn't think about it until the end of the book.

When characters are written like that it turns off the reader to keep reading on. Dynamic relationships are interesting, recursive ones are boring and if they are filled with angst the entire time its honestly just annoying and not satisfying to read.

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Awesome

I enjoyed this book and love the continuing story . Have some characters from the another series. The narrator was awesome too.

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  • Alabama
  • 06-06-18

Another Beautiful Adventure

Another brilliant tale by Buroker. Her newer Dragon Blood seem to have a stronger romantic element. While there's no romance in this book per say, it's been building since book 1 and we know the characters it's building for. I think it would been more enjoyable if it were a bit more subtle. But, overall, I love this book! I love the new characters. I love seeing the old characters. This is a fantasy series reboot done right! Several years later, new characters, same world, and sprinkle in the older characters throughout, so you can still see them grow, but their stories aren't getting dull, because you have brand new characters to care about! I'm looking forward to listening to the rest of this series!

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  • Bunty
  • Burnaby, BC, Canada
  • 05-23-18

AWESOME CONTINUATION OF THE SERIES

Trip's and Rysha's romance are beginning to form. Trip's secret is also being revealed and he will have to find out who his father is. His team have also to get to know him better. A very interesting storyline and I am waiting anxiously for the next book to be published.

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  • Mohi
  • 05-23-18

Awesome

Trip's and Rysha's romance are beginning to blossom. Trip's secret is revealed but I wish He didn't himself all the time like a teenager and start learning magic. I hope he learns how to use his power in the next book and I like the banter between the characters like all of Buroker's books.

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  • Bradley
  • 08-09-18

Good book

It's a good book but and I've read all of them but it's more of a girls book which is fine but they could of made the man a bit more of a bad Ass, he was a wimp from start to finish