The Fiercest Joy
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In the autumn of 1915, Eleanore Jones is on the verge of becoming who she was always meant to be: a drákon of stunning beauty and strength. She has discovered she is not the last dragon in the world, as she’d long thought: not one but two drákon brothers vie for her heart. And just as Lora begins to embrace her destiny, yet another drákon enters her life—another female who, like her, has disguised herself as a student at the prestigious Iverson School for Girls.
It’s no coincidence.
Secrets come unraveled; time comes undone. Soon all four of the drákon caught in Iverson’s mysterious, enchanted world are going to have to confront a new enemy: an army of dragons, come to steal Lora away—and destroy anyone who attempts to stop them.
The fiercest joy. Feels like an author sell out.
The first few dragon novels were amazing. A new world, solid characters and a reason to stay up way too late reading. These last few however left me bored. Taking an adult romance series and changing your audience to young adults was unfair and untrue to the heart of the series. I’m sorry I wasted the money and won’t repeat the mistake. If you start mid series expecting a teen read you will get it. However, all youre getting is another Harry Potter. An orphan headed off to magic school. Been there, done that. There’s no snap between the cookie cutter characters and every single scene is predictable.