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Review: Ivoth (Dragons of Preor #7) by Celia Kyle as Erin Tate

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Review: Ivoth (Dragons of Preor #7) by Celia Kyle as Erin TateIvoth by Celia Kyle, Erin Tate
Series: Dragons of Preor #7
on January 3, 2017
Genres: Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction Romance
Pages: 366
Format: eBook
Source: Bought

He has to choose—love or honor—because he can’t have both.

Elle may be a Davenport, but she’s finding she enjoys life as a mostly-gray sheep of the Davenport family. She kicked off the Daven Bio uniform and now works for their corporate enemy—Cole Pharma, now headquartered in Preor Tower. She’s got massive, muscular, winged aliens surrounding her from sun up to sun down. But there’s only one Preor warrior who throws her world into a tailspin—Ivoth sen Pezet’li. Strong. Sexy. Sinfully seductive. Hers? No. They don’t share the Knowing, but that doesn’t stop her from wanting him. Bad.

Ivoth made a vow to his sire—the sen Pezet line would not end with him. And yet, when he speaks with Elle, scents her skin, and feels her curves against his hard body, he does not know if he can let her go. He craves her more than any other—perhaps even more than he desires to fulfill his vow—and he knows he must make a choice. Keep Elle and never have dragonlets or leave her and lose his heart forever.

Ivoth has to make a choice, but first, he has to keep Elle alive. Someone wants her dead and Ivoth is determined to kill them first. He only prays to Syh he is successful.


Ivoth is book seven in the Dragons of Preor series by Clea Kyle as Erin Tate.

I was immediately immersed in Ivoth’s story from the beginning to the bitter end.

The author made me feel for both Elle and Ivoth. She showcased their pain and their struggles. She also had me tearing up at times and their where moments that had me stuck on the edge of my seat.

What I really enjoyed was that the Knowing didn’t come right off the bat. It’s clear they have feelings for each other and can feel things from one and other, but it didn’t came into play until around the last 15% of the story. You may wonder why? Well you will have to read to find out! The delay in the Knowing, to me, added to the story.

I also adored the twin dragonlets from a previous couple. They where fun to read and they added a little cuteness to the story. I also had a blast with Charlie, the quasti, a little creature that is attached to Ella.

Ivoth was an emotional up and down rollercoaster. With heartfelt and heartbreaking moments. The Preor are an interesting race and I do love me some sexy dragon men.

Rated: 4 Stars

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