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Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Reap Not the Dragon

Reap Not the Dragon (The Age of the Hybrid Book 2) by Debra Kristi

Publisher: Ghost Girl Publishing

February 2015

Pages: 126

Contemporary, Paranormal Romance

Sebastian isn’t going to follow commands anymore no matter what the higher powers want.  He has an agenda of his own.  He is determined to find Kyra and help her recover her memory.

His plan is going better than expected for the would-be Reaper. Just as life is starting to look up for Sebastian his metaphorical sickle gets caught in a web of complications.

When it comes to Sebastian and Kyra things are never smooth.

An unexpected and unwelcome detour takes Sebastian into a grave situation.  The cards he has been dealt are misfortune and misunderstanding.  The events are not in his favor.

Being a young Reaper makes him the target of creatures from hell that all want a piece of him. If he ends up dead he can accept that because he has a more grievous beast to worry about.  Sebastian will venture into the heart of an all-powerful fire demon to save the woman he loves. 

Sebastian needs to find a missing dragon along with the key to Kyra’s missing memory and manage to not be devoured by sinister beasts.  He also needs to make sure he isn’t consumed by his own demons either.

This second book picks up were the first one left off quite nicely.  While it answers some of the question left from the first book it gives readers some more questions that they will be dying to have the answers to and it also ends with a bit of cliffhanger.  This is proving to be an interesting series that keeps readers hooked as they will want to find out just were this one is going to take them and how ultimately it will end.  The characters are complex and make for a story that pulls readers in as they venture into the world of the story.  When readers get to the last page they will be mourning the fact that they will have to wait for the next book to come out to get more from this fascinating world.  This is one world worth getting lost in.

Received a review copy.

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses


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