Friday, April 23, 2021

Review: Dragon Betrayal by Ashley McLeo & Kelly N. Jane @amcleowrites @Kellynjanebooks

Dragon Betrayal

The Royal Quest #4

by Ashley McLeo & Kelly N. Jane

Published: April 23, 2021

Publisher: Meraki Press

Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult

Blurb:

He expects a glorious return home. Instead, he sits in a dungeon cell.

Captured at the gate of his castle, Prince Rone can’t believe what’s happening. He understood he’d have to answer questions, especially about his mate, but he never believed he’d have to face trial.

Violet followed her heart when she stepped through a portal to another realm. But now she’ll have to help Rone keep his crown, all the while keeping her heritage a secret. If anyone discovers her powers, it could be the spark that ignites war.

Together with Rone’s sister and Violet’s friend, the couple embark on a quest to clear Rone’s name and expose the lies that are stirring the rebellion. But with a villainous mage ahead of them at every turn, trusting anyone proves dangerous.

If they fail, thousands will die.


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My Review:

Dragon Betrayal is finally here. I have been waiting ever so patiently. I was so glad to see it after reading the last book Dragon Mates which I loved so much with the introduction to the little dragon babies. And guess what the dragon babies are back in Dragon Betrayal and they are growing like a weed as is their magic especially after they crossed realms.

Rone is taking his bride home to meet the folks but he doesn’t receive the welcome he was expecting as he and his crew are all arrested and placed in a jail cell. Rone must face a trial to prove his innocence and to keep his crown.

It doesn’t go over too well either with his parents when he informs them that Violent is his mate. They are very upset with this news and they don’t accept it. They refuse to let him be mated to Violent. Neither does his parents like the idea that they have bonded with the baby dragons.

Rone and Violent must find a way to escape their prison so they can find the proof they need to prove that Rone is innocent and to find a way to stop what is coming and save his people.

Their quest takes them down a long, dark, and dreary road while having to fight battle after battle just to make their way through to the other end. Dragon Betrayal is a very intense book that kept me hooked from front to back wondering where their quest was going to lead them next. I so enjoyed seeing the baby dragons again and hope to see more of them in the future.

I highly recommend Dragon Betrayal to all fans of dragons, magic, and the paranormal. One-click your copy of Dragon Betrayal today for a fantastic read. And be sure and check out the first three books in The Royal Quest series too.

 


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