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This review is from: Burn (Dragon Souls Book 2) (Kindle Edition)
I really enjoyed the first in this series, but the author seems to improve as her story progresses.
I liked how the story evolved from the issue/challenge of the first book into something more in the second with dismissing the original problem (trying to be as un-divulging of the story here as possible!) but I have to say I couldn't give it 5 stars for two reasons:
1) there were still editing issues. I kept coming across words which were incorrect and missing words in sentences
2) my biggest problem was the epilogue... and what ultimately (SPOILER ALERT) showed that a wonderful relationship between M and her fellow dragon lord, who was almost more in the first book, is just gone. Ruined. There was also 7 years of pent up something which was just left as unresolved and expected to be understood? M's nature is one of innate kindness, that is what is pushed throughout both books that her heart is so large and she is blunt, but apparently in 7 years she hasn't pushed to find her lost son until now, properly, and nor has she even seemed to have confronted D? It just didn't fit with what had been written throughout the other books for me to give it full marks, but please don't think that it took away from the story at all. I am still eager to read the next book (I hope there is a third!) to see where M's campaign to save her son takes us.
Overall really enjoying these series and the fact there is detail to get into without being "waffly" just a shame the end of this book seemed a bit 'rushed'.