Court of Dragons

Dragon Isle Wars Book 1

by Frost Kay

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Summary:

As a daughter of the Dragon Court, Wren knows three truths: never show weakness, pay the tithe, and never trust the elves.

When the enemy strikes on the eve of her wedding, Wren has no choice but to fight. Captured, she’s dragged before the elvish king and given two choices.

Death or marriage.

She submits, biding her time as she plots and spies, determined to strike at the heart of the elvish royalty and take back her family’s throne once more. But the more time she spends with her dangerous and achingly handsome husband, she finds herself wavering.

Only the strong survive the hash moors of the Dragon Isles, and she can’t afford to question her loyalties, leaving only one final choice.

Strike hard and fast. Never waver. It’s his heart or hers.

Review:

Well then… Frost holds nothing back now does she. This is my first book by Frost Kay, and let me tell you.. I am a fan. This story started off with a punch and did not let up with the beating until the last page. I was heartbroken for Wren. I do not know what I was expecting, and I promise I read the summary before reading. I guess I did not really understand the scope of it all before diving headfirst into what I thought were familiar waters. However, this water was filled with unseen dangers and also … dragons???

I finished this book in one sitting, but I most definitely am going to have to go back in for a re-read to savor every moment. I was utterly captivated by this devastating storyline, and absolutely could not put it down. Wren suffers blow after blow and still maintains her fghting spirit. Arrik, her captor, is a mystery to me still. Where exactly does he stand in all of this. He seems cruel one moment and in the next like he cares. While we know where his father falls on the evil scale, I am still torn on his step-mother, who seems to be helping Wren but for all we know could have ulterior motives.

The action is non-stop. The characters are well developed with very much differing personalities. Wren is amazingly strong, faced with countless trials, and I am here to cheer her on to the finish line. I wish this book had been longer honestly, because I would have loved to see their relationship develop a little more before THAT ENDING! I wanted to stay in this world much longer, and am looking forward to the next book.

About The Author

Bornin St.George, The United States
Website https://www.frostkay.net/
Twitter FrostKayAuthor
Genre FantasyScience FictionYoung Adult
Influences Sarah J. MaasHolly BlackTamora PierceVictoria AveyardRachel E. Car…more

USA Today Bestselling Author Frost Kay is a certified book dragon with an excessive TBR, and a shoe obsession. If you love bewitching fantasy and sci-fi, epic adventures, dark promises, thrilling action, swoon worthy anti heroes, and slow burning romance; her books are for you!

She claims ownership to the bestselling young adult series The Aermian Feuds packed with adventure, secrets, and betrayal.

Fans of Frost Kay love her epic and science fiction teen titles for their “witty banter and exquisitely crafted sentences (that) never leave you bored or wanting,” and “find the writing on par with Queen (Sarah J.) Maas and Elise Kova.”

You can find her at www.frostkay.net

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