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Storm Forged: An Urban Fantasy Novel (Death Before Dragons Book 6) Kindle Edition
The surprising part? It’s my friend Nin’s long-lost grandfather.
Since he’s unconscious, we can’t figure out who’s chasing him, or where he’s been all these years, but if we can’t help him, he’ll die.
To make matters worse, there’s a new dragon in town. A female dragon. Everyone knows females are more dangerous than the males, and this one takes an instant dislike to me. It seems that she wants to date my mate, Zav, and has his mother’s approval.
If I can’t avoid her wrath and find a way to cure the gnome, Nin’s going to lose her grandfather, and I’m going to end up deader than the vampire in the basement.
- ASIN : B08DCW6MTV
- Publication date : August 13, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 3802 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 276 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 195136709X
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #9,537 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is the 6th installment in the series and I jumped on it as soon as it was released after reading the first five books in the space of less than a week.
In a way if follows the setup of the previous books where the heroine, Val is tasked with a dangerous mission to save the earth. Earth in general (and Val in particular) continue to be plagued by unfriendly dragons, the only exception to this is Val’s sort of boy friend Zav, who is like an enforcer of the dragon council. The dragon homeworld is beset by an internal power struggle among the ruling families, and the conflict has spilled over to other worlds, among them earth. This may be Val’s most dangerous mission yet, but not entirely unexpectedly she succeeds, thanks to the help of friends and her own ingenuity.
The book wraps up the overarching thread of the dragon conflict, Val finally gets her living situation sorted and she even starts to do some home improvement. She also gets to spend more time with her daughter and her relationship with her ex-husband and mother are also on the mend. And last, but not least, she also gets to finally bang her dragon, after we as readers have been teased with deferred gratification over the previous 5 books.
So in a way many of the lose threads have been wrapped up, but Val has also grown as a person. She started out as this solitary government assassin that was estranged from her family and had practically no personal relationships to speak of, but in the course of her adventures, she not only was reconciled with her family and even found new family members, she also deepened existing bonds with her boss, and her magical arms manufacturer and friend Nin, and even fostered new friendships with various creatures from the magical world and assumed the role of foster parent / guardian to an orphaned troll.
I feel there are many stories left to tell, like the origin story of Val’s magical blade and what it can do, how mated life is with her dragon (now that they are finally officially hitched), the stories of her elven father and half-sister, whether her boss, Colonel Willard is going to give the prehistoric shifter who has a thing for her, a chance, whether the dark elves return to cause more trouble and whether Nin can save enough money to buy a house and bring her family over.
I, for one, would love to read more stories in this world!
I love how Val is written and I love her sarcastic humor. The banter between her and Sindari makes me laugh out loud. I love her relationship with Zav and how she vexes his enemies. Zav is a powerful dragon, but Val is able to hold her own against their enemies. This story wraps up a few ongoing threads in the series, but it is clear that there's plenty of potential for future stories. The author has indicated that she's going to take a pause to work on other series, and I completely understand that, but I hope she's gets back to Val and Zav sooner rather than later. This is truly one of my favorite series!
A story full of snark and dragons and ass kicking warrior women and love. What more could you ask for?
Willard and the Wion's first political trip to the Dragon Homeworld to establish the Human Embassy, Zav's first family gathering after the Dragon Wedding to the 1/2 Elf & Warrior Princess.... What about ( and ) where will Nin's family live when the gnome dynasty arrives? Did I mention the 1st ever Bed & Breakfast on an Elven Preserve hosted by Val's Mom? Or what happens when her dad ( with baggage ) shows up and finds out?
And have you given any thought to the Teenage Drama Queen's life when she gets her own.... Sword? or any thought to the tale of when Val's therapist really figures out that Val isn't making any of her story up?
There is still a lot of good clay left over l from this project Lindsay - If you aren't done with Val, I'll be the first to preorder your next Death by Dragons work....
Top reviews from other countries
1-the swords origin
3-Wilard’s back story
4-a romance with Wilard and Walker
5-Zondia - a romance
6-visit to dragon world
7-Val’s mum n a romance
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