• Twin Dragons' Destiny

  • The Dragon Lords of Valdier Series, Book 11
  • By: S. E. Smith
  • Narrated by: David Brenin
  • Length: 6 hrs and 56 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (825 ratings)

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By: S. E. Smith
Narrated by: David Brenin
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The line between life and death is sometimes blurred....

Barrack and Brogan have memories of their death - and it isn't a pleasant one. When the goddess Aikaterina gives them a second chance at life - and at finding their true mate - they are willing to do whatever it takes to change their destiny. What they don't expect is that it would be so difficult!

It turns out their true mate is a human, a species they have limited knowledge about, from a planet they have never visited. With time running out, it doesn't take them long to realize this may be one battle that will take all of their skills to win.

Delilah Rosewater is haunted by dreams of her death. She doesn't understand why the dreams feel so real or why she knows with growing certainty that time is running out for her. Her feelings of frustration strengthen as she searches for the one person she feels could understand her increasing panic - Sara Wilson. She is shocked when instead of finding Sara, she comes face-to-face with two irritating men who claim to be from another world!

Caught in an unexpected snowstorm in the Appalachian Mountains, Delilah doesn't know what to think of the two men and their wild claims of a powerful goddess, alien worlds, and new destinies. Will Delilah open her heart to the twin dragons and accept the second chance the goddess has given them before time runs out for all of them?

©2018 S.E. Smith (P)2018 Susan E. Smith

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I learned it from a book - Delilah

In my mind this book has been highly anticipated for a number of years. If you follow The Dragons of Valdier series, then you know who Barrack and Brogan are. We all know the story of what happened to the original Twin Dragons however we come to find out they were not dead as originally thought. They were given a second chance at finding their true mate but it comes with strings.

Fast forward a couple centuries later when the Twin Dragons know where their mate is. It seems to me that all of the mates are located on Earth which makes sense, because that is one of the new worlds that has not fully been discovered yet by all of the alien planets, however I would wish that other beings are being explored for mates. But I digress.

I loved Delilah because she is a survivor. She does not accept everything that she is told she contemplates and thinks about it and analyzes. She is also really funny and just a genuinely likeable character. Barrack and Brogan Are Yin Yang of one another which makes sense because they are twins but I like how both of the personalities match Hurst. There are some times where she is hot tempered and there are times where she just needs calm and relaxation. Her dragon on the other hand is a bit feisty and I'm all for a feisty dragon.

Of course in the background Delilah is going through a whole bunch of shenanigans occurring in her life. Humans can be worthless at times and in this book that is the case. There's a greedy human in the background trying to steal everything she owns right from under her and if that doesn't work murder is totally acceptable.

This story wasn't overly sexual and overly violent which is something you would know if you follow S.E. Smith. This is a great additi