Airk Azdajah, the rightful King of the White Clan of dragon shifters, spent half a millennium being tortured by the false High King Pytheios. The only reason he’s alive is a curse: the man who kills Airk will be consumed in his own fire. So Airk was kept alive—barely—and unable to shift in his prison cage, driving the creature half of him into madness. Airk escaped, but he'll never be truly free. Because what good is a king who can never let his feral dragon loose, never fly, and never lead his people?
Angelika Amon is the last unmated phoenix. The problem? She has no powers. Zip. Zilch. Nada. Angelika hates being dormant, especially now that her three sisters are blissfully mated to powerful dragon shifter kings and are very much part of the fight to take down the rotting king Pytheios. What good is a completely powerless phoenix in a battle to save the dragon kingdom?
Desperate to find some way to help, she offers herself to Airk as a mate—just for political leverage. Now a dormant phoenix is mated to a dragon who can't shift. But the balance of power is about to change when Pytheios decides to claim Angelika for himself...
Each book in the Inferno Rising series is STANDALONE:
* The Rogue King
* The Blood King
* The Warrior King
* The Cursed King
Absolutely loved this entire series. Each book’s characters were “real”, I laughed and cried with each of them. I read the first 2 books (The Rogue King and The Blood King) at one time. I needed to wait a bit for the 3rd book, The Warrior King, to come out which I read quickly once I got it. But the 4th book, The Cursed King took longer than I expected to come out. This last book was the best out of all of them. I kept smiling and then crying throughout it. My husband kept asking me if I was alright until I told him to leave me and go watch tv. He’s not a devoted book reader like I am and couldn’t wrap his mind around me reading something that evoked so many of my emotions. All I can say is bravo Ms. Owen for a wonderful series, a job well done and worth the wait. Thank you.
A Wonderful Ending…
As always, Abigail delivers. It is a great end to a wonderful story spanning so many books.
I highly recommend the entire series. I read them all back to back, I could not put them down. So good