Death comes for everyone. Even Drake Chandali. The aging process that twists all unmated dragon shifters’ bodies into something useless has taken hold of his body centuries early. A mate could have reversed the process, but now it’s too late. To protect his team of enforcers, he leaves, and comes face to face with the woman he’d thought was human when he saved her from a fire months before.
Except she’s not human. She’s a mate.
Camilla Carrillo almost lost her family to wildfire. To discover she’s fated to mate a creature made of flame and rage, and become one herself, should be terrifying. But somehow a rightness settles inside her, especially when she’s around the glowering red dragon shifter who wants nothing to do with her.
When Drake learns Cami bears his mark—the same mark as the High King—he refuses to believe she’s meant to be his. It’s too late. How could he turn Cami only to take her with him to the grave? At the same time, he can’t walk away. Hiding her from the corrupt, rotting High King might be the last honorable thing Drake ever does with the little time he has left.
Each book in the Fire’s Edge series is a STANDALONE:
* The Mate (prequel)
* The Boss
* The Rookie
* The Enforcer
This series just keeps on getting better and better. The Enforcer is here and I’ve just been waiting to get my hands on Drake’s story. I refused to accept that he was too late to find his mate, it just wasn’t a possibility in my mind. And of course, Abigail would NEVER do something like that to us.
Drake’s story was well worth the wait and I was living for every single moment of it. There were soooo many moments that just really tore my heart apart. I hated how Drake was already accepting things and wasn’t even willing to think it a possibility especially when it was right in front of him.
I LOVEDDDDDDDD Cami for Drake, she’s a whole lot of sass and unafraid to speak up to Drake. As grumpy and moody as he can be, he does not scare her one bit. I’d say she accepted the dragon shifter life rather easily, but when it comes to her family, that wasn’t something she was willing to say farewell too.
One of the many things that fascinate about this series is the politics of the dragon-shifter world and dragon mates. There’s still so much going on and as we get through every book, some truths are uncovered, however I still have a million other questions. I have no idea how this political system will change, but it definitely needs to happen.
With The Enforcer, we get a little insight/crossover with The Rogue King, which is the spin-off series of Fire’s Edge. I couldn’t tell you how excited I was to read all of that and it also left me begging for more.
Such a flawless story and I instantly fell in love with Cami and Drake. As much of a fighter Drake was, there was nothing that was going to keep him away from his mate.
An absolute must-read, everyone!