Friday, October 23, 2015

Review: Dragon Mystics

Author Jaymin Eve
Format e-book
Print Length ?
Publisher self
Published ?

Book two in the bestselling New Adult series. #1 in Paranormal Romance and #1 in Sword and Sorcery Fantasy.

When the formidable power of Jessa Lebron's mark was unleashed, during her impulsive foray into Vanguard, the American supernatural prison, she learned the truth. She's a dual shifter: wolf, and as an added bonus, dragon - of the fluffy persuasion. Yep, she's one special cupcake.

Now, pursued by the Four, powerful hunters of the dragon marked, she has no choice but to run. At least she has her impossibly gorgeous and infuriating best friends by her side, the Compass quads. Not only are they powerful and hella useful in a fight, but most of the time they're also semi-entertaining too.

With only one month left until the supposed resurrection of the dragon king, this pack will find out soon enough what happens in the world of the dragon mystics.

(Recommended 17+ due to use of language and sexual situations. These supernaturals like to curse, please be aware before purchasing).

My Opinion

Dragon Mystic picks right where Dragon Marked ends. Jessa, the Compass boys, Mishca and Grace are on the run. They main concern is getting Jessa as far away from the Four as humanly and unhumanly as possible. The Four are on the hunt. Louis sends them straight to the one place that the Four cannot cross into. Neither can the Compass boys, at least now without permission. This may cause them to act a little crazy when Jessa goes in without them. Once they get into the sanctuary, things pick up almost right away. Jessa and Braxton go missing. Mishca and Max have a falling out. Which of course causes Mischa to turn to a group of sisters that are much older and much more manipulative than her.

Braxton and Jessa get dropped into a whole pile of danger. Hopefully his dragon can keep them safe until they figure out how to get back home. Their attraction to each other is extremely intense. Yet something is holding Jessa back- fear. The root of all uncoupled couples. Their devotion to each other is remarkable. I love their banter, their teasing and their easy acceptance of each other.

Once they get back home, they find that things have gone from crazy to holy bizarre. Mishca is no where to be found. Max is where you wouldn’t expect and the other two brothers are trying to keep it it together the best they know how. Louis is finally with them, along with the girl’s parents. I hate Mishca- how is she Jessa’s twin? How did their parent’s give up their mated relationship so that they can be safe when she is so- not smart.

The Compass Quad’s powers are unleased. Their true mission revealed. WOW! What a purpose that is. Two brothers will end up mated. One mate will disappear- hopefully to be reunited very early on I the last book.

I devoured this book. Then I devoured it again. The book ends on a cliffhanger. One of the best cliffhangers I have read. Oh my goodness this ending- had me in tears. Braxton oh how I love you! How will it all end? When is the next book coming out? Will my fingernails last until then? Will I pace a hole into my carpet before then? If you are not a patient person you may want to wait to read this one until it is closer to the due date. If not, then clear your calendar for the next 24 hours. Because you are not going to want to be interrupted.

My Rating 5 out of 5 stars

Favorite Quote “Hello, hand, meet your new leash.”

Other People

Maximus- vampire, Braxton’s brother
Mishca- Jessa’s sister
Grace- healer, something is going on between her and Tyson
Louis- warlock, there is something about him
Fruit twins- sure they have other names but since they are evil I can’t remember them

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad you're enjoying this series. Love it when a book sucks you in and you just need to devour it. :)