For the Heart of Dragons (The Dragons of Eternity #3) by Julie Wetzel (Review by Melanie V””V – #NerdGirlVamp)

Heart of Dragons

Title: For the Heart of Dragons (The Dragons of Eternity #3) 

Author: Julie Wetzel

Published Date: December 7th

Genre: NA Fantasy Romance


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Disconnection is a very serious issue for dragons that can leave them stuck in one form or another, but it’s a condition that usually comes on slowly and rarely catches anyone by surprise. No one knows this better the Kara Rose, Eternity’s leading specialist in the treatment of this condition. So when the head of Eternity demands her presence for an emergency, she can’t imagine what he could want. She is, after all, only a therapist.

As a top mage with Eternity, Noah Dove has worked with dragons for most of his life, so he is used to their odd quirks and physical needs. When a dark beauty shows up to disrupt the king’s celebrations, he agrees to go with her to keep the peace. When Noah is unable to protect the woman from the group killing dragons, he’s left with her last request—to save her dragon. It would normally be an impossible task, but with a bit of magic and some help from the dragon, Noah forms the one thing that can transfer a dragon from one person to another—a Heart Stone.

Now the dragon is loose and out of control… and the only person who can help is Kara. With Noah’s consciousness locked away beyond her reach, she must somehow find a way to soothe the dragon and connect two halves that were never a whole. The task is daunting and will push her knowledge—and personal boundaries—to their limit and beyond.


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***Melanie – #NerdGirlVamp’s  Review***

This most recent book in the Dragons of Eternity series doesn’t fail to deliver. They remind me so much of Anne McCaffery’s Pern series with different characters (and sometimes different timelines) being highlighted. Yet again Julie has managed to find a new twist on Dragon Lore to throw in there and it certainly kept me turning the pages. A great addition to the collection and I can’t wait until it comes out in paperback to add to my “actual” shelves too! V””V

**Note would be considered a “clean” romance – with it being an NA title people expecting different should check out the rating system on the Crimson Tree publishing page.


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  • SuziSummer

    what an interesting concept! Terri Mcneal

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