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Review: False Security (Death Before Dragons #5) by Lindsay Buroker

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Review: False Security (Death Before Dragons #5) by Lindsay BurokerFalse Security by Lindsay Buroker
Series: Death Before Dragons #5
on June 26, 2020
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy
Pages: 292
Format: eBook
Source: Bought

I never thought I would date a dragon, or feed him chicken strips late at night, but life has gotten interesting.

My steady dragon—you may know him as Lord Zavryd’nokquetal, but I get to call him Zav—is offering to take me to the elven homeland to meet my father and learn to harness the magic in my blood.

Sure, I’m wary about his plans to force the elves to train me, but I need every advantage I can get. Especially when vampire attacks start cropping up all over Seattle, and my friend and business partner, Dimitri, disappears.

Unfortunately, my training will have to wait. If I don’t find my friend in time, I may never see him alive again.

I needed more dragons in my life like I needed nails hammered through my toes. – 47% False Security


False Security is book five in the Death Before Dragons series by Lindsay Buroker. It is a series you do need to read in order.

Val seems to find herself in another predicate and misunderstanding. She accepts a job as a bodyguard to a mega rich tech mogul, her friend Darius turns up missing, vampires are attacking people and vanishing, and Zav wants her to learn to keep dragons out of her mind. What’s the Death Reaper to do?

Val and Zav’s relationship progresses and we have a lot of sexual tension, but that doesn’t take away from the fast-paced action and adventure. We see a lot of growth and changes in Zav. He’s still pompous and arrogant dragon we all love, but also see he’s growing and changing for the better.

The mystery in this one was fun to unravel. The side-characters are enjoyable and are more a part of the storyline now then at the beginning of the series. Last, the banter between characters is entertaining and the world is ever growing. I like the direction things are taking.

Fans of Urban Fantasy will enjoy this series. I can’t wait to see what’s next for Val and what her elven powers will be once fully unlocked.

Rated: 5 Stars

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4 thoughts on “Review: False Security (Death Before Dragons #5) by Lindsay Buroker

    1. I’m enjoying Lindsay Buroker. I find her writing enjoyable and the type of UF’s I enjoy. I started the spin-off of this series featuring another mongrel Half Dwarf/Half Human. It’s been a lot of fun so far. Thanks for visiting!

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