Rating: 5 stars out of 5
I have a wonderful life. I have no room to complain; between my brothers and their new mates, this is the most alive our home has felt since my parents died. Unfortunately, all of them being mated is making me miserable. When it was just the four of us, it was us against the world. Now they’re paired up and it’s only me and my dragon, Kesia. Until I happen to walk into the Overlord’s Lair and I see him: Quentin. Mine. Mate. As much as I want to win him over without telling him I’m a dragon rider and we’re mates—which I know he’d love—I’m not sure I can. The minute I’m around him I act like an idiot.
Every time the goofy guy walks into my store, he brightens my day, and I look forward to his daily visits. There’s just something about him that draws me to him, to the point he leaves me pining after him the moment he’s gone. But the thing is, I can tell he’s hiding something, and my wild imagination is coming up with the craziest explanations of the secrets he’s keeping. Maybe he’s a vampire that’s come to whisk me away—ridiculous, right? But a guy can dream. And I’ve definitely been dreaming of that big, muscular man wrapping me in his arms at night.
Malachite is the final book in The Brotherhood of Ormarr series. While each book focuses on a different couple, the overall story arc concludes in this installment. For maximum enjoyment, we suggest reading in order. Malachite is a m/m romance, and is recommended for adults 18 years and older.
This story was the perfect ending to this series and there were a few more surprises thrown in. Malachite is so adorable for such a big guy and Quentin is just a great guy who seems to see the positive side of things. Again Kesia is her own dragon and I love how much she wants them to keep Quentin right away.
I was glad that this family was able to get the closure they needed after all they had been through in these books. I hurt for them when they found out how deep the wraiths touch went in the order but loved the Quentin ended up being the one to help the wraiths once again become the dragons they were meant to be.
Malachite was so adorable and clumsy when it came to courting Quentin but most of all he is the so sweet with everyone. Quentin hadn’t had the best childhood but his connection to the dragons from the very beginning was absolutely wonderful. Even more I loved the epilogue and seeing how these brothers have expanded their family in the years since they freed the wraiths.
I once again loved the cover art by Jay Aheer and liked getting to see Kesia in her warrior form.
Sales Link: Amazon
ebook, 254 pages
Publication: June 10, 2019
Edition Language: English
Series: Brotherhood of Ormarr #4
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