Celia Kyle · Dragons of Preor · Erin Tate

Review: Jarek (Dragons of Preor #1) by Celia Kyle as Erin Tate




Jarek is book one in the Dragons of Preor series. It’s hot, sweet, passionate, and emotional.

I did notice that the Dragons of Preor appears to be a spin-off from the Ujal series, which I have not read yet, but that didn’t take away from the story. It can be read as a standalone, but we do have references to events in the Ujalseries and a number of characters from that series cross over.

This series has an interesting world, concept, and how one finds their mate. I like that the dragons while in man form have wings, but also can shapeshift into a full dragon.

Their is a little conflict that arises in the Preor race and with the human women. This adds to the emotions and build-up. I liked that Jarek and Melissa don’t hop into bed right away even with the Knowing. They take the time they need to get to know each other as individuals. Especially since they both carry guilt for something that they didn’t do, but feel it’s their burden to carry. Once they do jump into bed, it’s steamy and sensual.

The story was satisfying and the romance was well developed. I had a delightful time with this story and look forward to continue the series.

Rated: 4 Stars

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