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Drako was born in 1987 in St. Louis, Missouri. He is mainly a fantasy writer, though he also writes some poetry and general fiction. He is very active on both twitter and facebook and has his own website at www.drakosden.net which is frequently updated with news on his books and fun extras. When he isn't writing, he's busy helping take care of his nieces, playing videogames, reading, promoting, and spending time with family.
on May 02, 2014 :
Relinquished Mercy (Dragon Hunter’s Book #5) did so much to make me happy. In this book, the war of the Gods is in full force. Other plots are going on as well but my favorite was probably the first two chapters or so. One word…HOT! *No spoilers* A few of our old characters were showcased in this book: Brandon, Phil, Demun, Jarel, Ares, Victoria, Vax, Lita … and my favorite … Vic is back! A lot happened in this book that I can’t really cover it all. Soul mates, unions, near deaths, hot sex, crazy/cryptic dreams, babies … and victory!
I truly enjoyed this book for the intensity and character development. I’m so connected to some of the characters, i.e. Brandon, that when he found something troubling … so did I. I do believe that this series can carry on. This series is endless with the many characters that I now know and love. I’m looking forward to more.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on Feb. 23, 2014 :
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review by the author via Lovers of paranormal.
This series, books 1 -5, was great. I was given all 5 books at the same time and have to admit that I was so reluctant to get to the end that I actually read some books in between each book towards the end.
I have now read as far as the author has written and I am already feeling the loss.
It was so great to have Demun and Brandon back together and Vic always hits the humour just right. The sex talk over hanburgers was laugh out loud funny. As always the characters were consistent and so real and the dialogue always believable. Jarel as the all-powerful primordial god does a good turn at the doting grandfather, another joy to read.
Just a few editing misses and 'ravage' would have been better used than 'ravish' in a coupld of places but this just made me smile.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, as I did the previous four, and look forward to the next.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)