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Drake (The Kings of Guardian Book 11) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07HDBVV4S
- Publisher : KMRW LLC (October 30, 2018)
- Publication date : October 30, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 853 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 370 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #32,054 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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With the end of book 10, everyone knew the twins were going to be apart for a little while and I was not sure how Ms. Michaels was going to accomplish that successfully. Having Drake make a visit to his own past to help out an old friend and mentor was the perfect setting. Drake and Jillian reconnecting as adults really made me happy. I read fast, so I read a lot. Sometimes it's hard to keep the stories in line in my head. I had no problem with that reading Drake.
I really liked that there was already a past connection between the two main characters Drake and Jillian. Being able to draw on that history made for a very well written plot and some actual laugh out loud scenes in the book. I still can't believe what they blew up!!! Oh Good Lord, I was dying.
I really hate reading a book and before the end of the first chapter it's "wham, bam, thank you ma'am". Trousers off, panties flying, hot and sweaty bodies already, and I'm thinking "Wow! They just met! Someone moves fast!". And it becomes more of the same over and over.
I like that Ms. Michaels builds the plot up for her readers. Yeah, there is sex. (OH YEAH THERE IS SEX!!! Pretty darn fantastic sex!) But with the progression of the story, it takes on a more natural feel to the relationship. People who really like each other, and rediscover each other as time goes by. Even if it is flying by, Drake and Jillian have a mutual respect for each other and a lot in common. It was fun to see the geek fest play out from both of them.
I enjoyed learning more about Drake as he was separated from his twin by work and life. Although he is feeling incomplete, Jillian finds a way to help him fit his scattered pieces back together until he can reunite with his brother.
And it would not a Kings book without the Kings in it. Not everyone shows up, and that's ok... we still are given visiting time with a few of the family.
Even though this book can be read as a stand alone novel, don't cheat yourself. Treat yourself to the other 10 books in the Kings series. You will not be sorry you did!
It's an amazing story and I love the fact that twins understand twins - Go Jade!
We’ve witnessed first hand since earlier in the series that Drake and Dixon have a very strong bond as twins. It’s been hinted on more than one occasion that they suffered a traumatic youth. Unfortunately, the problem is we are never told what happened to them. There is no detail whatsoever that is given to explain any of what they suffered. It’s hard to fully grasp and understand how bad something was when we’re not provided a lot of information. It was still sad though that they are currently separated since both of them have been on assignment doing different jobs, and are each worried about the safety of the other.
Jillian was a great leading lady for Drake. The two of them were super sweet together and I liked how similar they were in things they liked and did.
Dixon’s story is the next in the series, where I hoping we will learn more about the twins past.
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It is a good book in general but for me it doesn't know what it wants. It starts with some of the twin's background but for me not enough to avoid further questions and confusions. Then Drake seems to be drawn into a mystery relating to a childhood friend. OK, it was clear where Jillian and Drake would end but it morphed from a mystery into a love story's road trip. Jillian is a great character, they do fit together and bring the quirky professor sterotype out without overdoing it. But nothing is happening with the mystery the whole story started. After 2/3 of the book later it emerges that there is a total different problem, Jillian is used as a bait and then it gets a bit unbelievable for me. How does the new villian suddenly knows about her and that Drake would play white knight after years of not thinking about her? It feels the end is too much putting Drake's story into an inbetween-book as there is no conclusion but more questions which I find quite sad as it could have been so much more. Drake's development is good and solid. But the last 1/3 of the book leaves the whole story with a bit of a sad aftertaste.
I know Dixon's story will tell the rest, the book is actually a cliffhanger, more than her usual little snippets the author puts in at the end of her novel.
Sorry Ms Michaels, I love your books and will read them but I do hope Dixon will finish the story. Your Bravta story lines were already going over various books, I prefer stand alone villians.
Drake has always been the big brother but for the first time in a long time he and his brother are sent on separate missions to. Is breaking up the team supreme a bad idea? Not really especially as it gives them both a chance to grow as well confronting their tourcheted past.
Like the other books in the series the main characters of the previous books return to support their brothers in arms in this book. However the book as always the book can be enjoyed as a stand alone book. Though it is best it is best to read the other books to get the great back stories.
Unlike the other book this books this does feel a bit more of a two parter, not surprising with the twins involved. I really like that the book gave me more insight into Draken and him a chance to discover his own happiness and I hope his brother gets the same chance.
You know a book is amazing when you can't stop thinking about it after you finish! The character development was spot on they are still separate people. It was also great to finally get some back story regarding Drake and Dixon
Jillian's past relationship with the twins from childhood was a great connection. Drake needed someone that grounded him and falling for woman that understands part of his past is exactly what he needed.
The subtle and not so subtle twists and turns have me very excited to see where this series will go next. I have loved this series from the very first book and I'm pleased to say with each new book that comes out, Kris doesn't disappoint, yet again another awesome book in this series!!!!!!!!! Can't wait for the next one!!!!!!!!!