Rating: 4 stars out of 5
It was just another job—at least it was supposed to be—but snaring the feisty blue dragon I’d been contracted to collect and her rider in my trap changed everything. Hunting dragons was my job, and I was damn good at it. I’d never missed a target. Never failed to make a delivery. So why was every step toward turning over my bounty suddenly a struggle? No quarry had ever managed to get under my skin, but something in Zale’s haunting blue eyes called to me like nothing ever had before.
When Itsaso and I were kidnapped, we fought like hell but found ourselves at the dragon hunter’s mercy. He locked my dragon away, leaving me to face captivity alone. Now, all I have to rely on is the training that’s been drilled into me every day for as long as I can remember and biding my time, waiting for Davis to make a mistake. Or my brothers to find and rescue us. But something happened the first time I truly looked in Davis’s eyes, dark pools as deep and enchanting as the sea, and I realized I was in so much more danger than I thought. How could a ruthless dragon hunter be my perfect mate?
Zale is the second book in The Brotherhood of Ormarr series. While each book focuses on a different couple, the overall story arc continues in the next installment. For maximum enjoyment, we suggest reading in order. Zale is a m/m romance, and is recommended for adults 18 years and older.
I really liked this story and it gives some more background into what was happening in the first book, though I am starting to have my idea of who the main bad guy could be. I guess we’ll see as the series continues. Itsaso is much more blood thirsty that Sindri from the first book but only when it would come to protecting those she loves. I am going to say that I don’t like Davis being referred to as a dragon hunter in the blurb for two reasons, he isn’t referred to as that at all in the book and he’s hunting wraiths or protecting his clan.
I felt for Zale and how confused he was by being kidnapped and not getting any answers. I do like that he got the upper hand of Davis, even if Davis was just about to let him free to talk. Now Davis, oh my, he had been hurt so bad when he lost his dragon and you could see that it still affects him today. I could see who he really was underneath from the beginning, he was a heartless man, just doing his job but was willing to figure out the right answer in the end. I was so glad they were able to bring Harri back from wraith form.
The cover art by Jay Aheer is once again great and the picture of Itsaso is great.
Sales Link: Amazon
ebook, 135 pages
Publication: May 27, 2019
Edition Language: English
Series: Brotherhood of Ormarr #2