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Review: Kiss the Sky by Elizabeth Briggs

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Kiss the Sky by Elizabeth Briggs
(Her Elemental Dragons #2)
Fantasy, Romance
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Synopsis
To unlock her powers she must mate with four sexy dragon shifters. One down, three to go…

I’m done hiding. I’ve stopped running. And I’ve finally accepted my destiny—to take four dragon shifters as my mates so I can become the next Black Dragon, the wielder of all the elements.

I’ve already bonded with Jasin, my smoldering soldier, and soon I’ll be getting intimate with Auric, my lofty prince, Slade, my grounded blacksmith, and Reven, my frosty assassin. Only then can we become powerful enough to stop the current Dragons, the overlords of our world.

But as we continue our journey, secrets are uncovered about my mates that make me question everything, even as things heat up between us. Yet the greatest secret of all lies in my own past—and it might destroy us completely.

What I thought
I received a copy of this book from the Author, in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

This second book picks up right where we leave the characters in the first book. In this installment, we focus on Kira’s mate Auric. All of Auric’s secrets come to light in this one.

The first book only had one steamy scene, but this book is full of them. This book was just a fun and fast-paced read.

We learn more about Kira’s parentage and it explains some things. The world is making a little more sense. This was a fun continuation of this series.

My Rating: /5

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