The stakes are raised and the passion burns hotter in one of the most anticipated Dark Kings novel from New York Times bestseller Donna Grant.
The King of Silvers. Cunning, perceptive, resourceful. Determined. Banished from Dreagan eons ago because of a betrayal that shattered his entire existence, his sole focus in life is to exact revenge against the Dragon Kings. A formidable fighter with centuries of rage on his side, Ulrik will stop at nothing to take down those who exiled him.
He has been alone, trusting no one for thousands of years. Until she walks into his life. He should not yearn for her, but there is no stopping the fiercely burning attraction. When he’s with her, he isn’t thinking of war or revenge. He only thinks of her, craves her. Burns for her. But soon he will be forced to choose: Will he continue on his course of destruction or will he be able to set aside his vengeance to save the woman who risked everything for him.
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I loved...loved...loved that Ulrick finally got his story told! Puzzles are finally put into place. I’ll be sad when this series end.
This series just keeps getting better and better
Donna's authors note in the beginning about how she didn't know if Ulrik could be redeemed is the perfect way to start this book. Over the past few books, we've seen that good and evil aren't always black and white or Dark and Light. Ulrik has had centuries to finesse his plot to challenge Con, destroy the kings and unleash the dragons on earth removing us mortals from it. However, underneath it all, is that what he actually wants?
I loved Eilish and Ulrik together. Donna Grant's characters are strong willed and multi-layered. Eilish's strength, drive, and compassion are what Ulrik needs to realize his quest for vengeance isn't the answer.
I was glad to see the end of some characters and can't wait for the end of a few others. As I've stopped reading the Dark Alpha series after the second book, I was a little surprised to see Bran, Cael, and Death show up here. I'm hoping we don't need to read both series as we get closer the final book in this one. I can handle the drama from only 1 couple that seems to never get together as the series progresses. Not sure I can handle Cael and Death's as well 😉.
I'm counting down the months for Dragonfire.