This is what Examiner reviewer Acquanetta Ferguson had to say about "Claimed By Dragons."
In this second installment, I really like the concept of the story. It is completely different from book 1 which was heavy in Greek myth and vampire lore. This second book is about shape shifters who are not only lovers but who must hide who they are from the world all while looking for their third.
I couldn’t believe how fast this book grabbed my attention. While the idea of paranormal dragon mates was truly interesting this book was very much a mmf erotic love story. It is not for the faint of heart.
The world building, which is something I always enjoy, was truly fantastic and quite believable when it came to the legend of the dragons. I love when writers think outside of the box and actually work it just right.
I loved almost everything about this book, with the exception of the bad guy. He was typical of this type of character, someone who will stop at nothing to kill what he perceives as an abomination. There are no grey areas with this character, just black and white. Seriously with how the story was moving a long I would have preferred a less clichéd bad guy.
But that is a small issue, and more on personal preference. This book is highly recommended to read. It is also no slouch in the erotic dept., either. There were times I felt that I needed a fan on to cool my eyes, at what I was reading. Again a much better read than book 1, but the first book was good too.
I give this book 5 stars. What do you think?