Song of Dragons

Book 2 of Dragon Tails

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Pub Date 24 Dec 2021 | Archive Date 12 Jan 2022
Aja James, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Titles

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Every lore of every clan, across time and space, dreamed of dragons. Did you ever wonder why?

Erebu and Sorin fought through countless lifetimes of trials and tribulations to find one another again. They even conquered death. But Ere’s rebirth requires a price: he must answer the Celestial Summons when it comes and faithfully complete each task the Jade Emperor sets before him.

On the bright side, he doesn’t have to perform miracles alone. Sorin will be right there with him. One the not so bright side, his Fate, the Fate of all dragon Kind, and by extension, the Universal Balance, depend on the successful execution of each quest.

No pressure.

His second task is find and retrieve the Song of Destiny.

Location: Unknown. Time travel will be required.

Clues: Too few. But there may be a few harpies, a centaur, a giant Chinese Tibetan Mastiff and other mythical monsters along the way.

Accompaniments: His beloved Sorin (who is all he needs!) A spoiled, vain, high maintenance she-dragon (who he doesn't need). But whose enchantment spells have their uses from time to time.

Timing: ASAP. Determined by an arbitrary Sandglass in the Jade Emperor’s possession.

The end of the world may be just around the corner. Along the way, enemies may become lovers, reluctant friendships may form, and lots of hot, desperate, this-may-be-the-last-time-we-have-sex sex will definitely be had.

And who knows, you too may fall under the enchantment of… SONG OF DRAGONS.

*Second in the Dragon Tails series*

**Spin-off from the Pure/ Dark Ones series**

Every lore of every clan, across time and space, dreamed of dragons. Did you ever wonder why?

Erebu and Sorin fought through countless lifetimes of trials and tribulations to find one another again...

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I have received this ARC from the author and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Song of Dragons is the second installment in the Dragon Tails series. In it, you will meet Ere, Sorin, Divina, and Andros. If you've read the previous book, you would already know who Ere and Sorin actually are. So it's safe to state that Divina is new to this group and I couldn't wait to dive into their Greek adventure!

From the very beginning, I just knew that I was going to be a fan of hers. I mean she's a freaking animal lover. Plus she has Chewie and I secretly want to steal him for myself. I can also see how she can easily rub someone the wrong way based on what happened for most of this book. It's the whole will she admit her feelings or just keep them trapped inside of her until the very last second kind of thing. I wouldn't necessarily say she's overdramatic but in some cases.. I did want to shake or slap her. Just to .. ya know.. snap her out of whatever funk she was currently in.

As for her love interest? Uh, excuse me - can I have? Or borrow? Because ohmydamn I absolutely loved Andros. Now he is someone that needs to be cherished every freaking day and night. These two just had that one of a kind chemistry. Yeah, it was rough in the beginning, and then hot during the right moments, but I had a feeling that things were going to work out in the end. Even after all the drama unfolded.

So much drama.

Other than that, so many things happened in this book. Ere and Sorin being unapologetically themselves. Ugh, love them so freaking much! Also seeing Hades and Cerberus definitely took me down the Hercules route. I may or may not have geeked a bit when they came into the story but then again - this was a Greek adventure! I just don't think it would have been the same without them being in the story - ya know?

In the end, I devoured this book when I was a beta reader and once again with the actual ARC. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with my life while I'm waiting for the next book.. maybe knitting? Or rereading the books all over again? I'm up for anything!

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