Taken by the Dragon Prince
Dragon Lords Book 4
by Kiersten Fay
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Pub Date 31 Aug 2022 | Archive Date Not set
Prince Khalstorm Belmont lost everything the day his kingdom was destroyed. Imprisoned for a crime he never committed, he dreams of exacting his revenge against the witch responsible, a treacherous beauty who once tempted him beyond reason, only to betray him in the end. When Khalstorm captures her, he discovers his feelings for her are as strong as ever, leading him torn between his hunger for vengeance and his hunger for her.
Celeste Songbird both feared and longed for the day Khalstorm found her. No longer resembling the man she once loved, he is filled with rage and regret…and on a mission for her blood. Temporarily stripped of her powers, her life is at his mercy. Can she break through his ice-cold heart before all is lost?
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Ah, how to use all the adjectives to accurately describe how I feel about this book. So many words, feels, etc. I loved it and could not put the book down. Great internal and external conflicts. Old, loved characters and new ones introduced for both sides in the conflict. Great job carrying the overall story arch from book 1 all the way through to this book. Read it, you won’t regret it! Enjoy ❤️
What a brilliant and stunning addition to the Dragon Lords series! Just when I didn't think this series could get any better, I am proven wrong by this wondrous book. The rich and vivid imagery of both the past and the present left me desperate for more. Nothing is more precious then a love that reaches soul deep and never leaves truly leaves you. We can only ever hope to experience that kind of love in our lifetime.
Khalstorm has lived in torment since the death of his parents and his fiance. His kingdom fell that same day, and he was hauled into prison after being found in a compromising position. Every since that day, he has only set his sights on revenge. Too bad his heart betrays him to the very person who turned his world upside down. Celeste never knew of love before she met Khalstorm. Inexperienced and naive, she obediently followed her mother in all things. Just as her world blossomed into something so requisite beyond measure, it was all ripped away. No time for figuring out what happened or offering condolences, she is forced into a world of neglect and torture. Can these two hurting souls ever hope to reconnect and heal the pain of their past, or will a deadly enemy destroy them both and leave them forever bereft and helpless?
Watching the passionate progress of Khalstorm and Celeste's relationship unfold left me breathless and in awe. What a pure, stunning, and marvelous love that grew between them. Their connection and bond felt so right and even predestined. I couldn't get over how natural and soul deep their bond became even in light of normally hostile relations between their groups of people. I saw that as a blessed sign of just how precious and powerful they were together. Without a doubt, they are a formidable pair whose love was viciously put to the test. Their enemies had much to fear indeed for love can transform any and every life it touches.
Kiersten Fay has blessed us with this incredible addition to her wonderful Dragon Lords series. My heart soared as high as a dragon and as light as a feather as I walked this devastatingly emotional and utterly fascinating journey. The brilliant characters captured my heart and left me wanting so much more. Now, I am desperate for the next addition to this extraordinary series as her stories just keep getting better and better!
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