Thursday, August 24, 2017

Dragon Mated by Jaymin Eve ~ Review

It is said that if you lie with snakes for long enough, you either become a snake or you get bitten and die. Makes perfect sense. Except if you are a wolf. If you are a wolf, you lie in wait, you bide your time, and right when their guard is down you kill that f#@king snake.
Jessa Lebron – currently prisoner of asshole dragon king.

In the epic conclusion to the Supernatural Prison trilogy, Jessa Lebron finds herself deep in the world of Larkspur, the dragon king. She will have to play it smart and fight with everything to stay one step ahead of him and while at times it’s tough to keep her focus, she will do anything to escape and reunite with her boys, the Compass quads.

Of course, it’s impossible to be where she is and not dig deeper into the curse of the dragon mark. As more information is uncovered, she starts to understand why she, of all supernaturals, was the one to be singled out. And this changes everything she thought she knew.

Turns out she doesn’t know a damn thing.

There will be decisions to make. Tough decisions. Jessa has to be strong enough for the sake of the supernatural races, but sometimes that’s easier said than done.

I admit to being nervous when I started this book.  I loved the first two in the series but I don't know this author enough to be sure that the ending of a trilogy will work out well.  And there is this little matter of a choice that Jessa will have to make in this book.  Yeah, I shouldn't have worried.

I love it when an author can surprise me.  It doesn't happen often but this time it did.  I was expecting one thing and got something completely different.  I was happy about the choice and though Jessa is forever changed, I was relieved.  It brought her story to a close with perfection.

As I have said before, I love these characters.  The idea of a quad of boys all willing to die for their best friend Jessa?  It speaks to my reader heart.  And I adore all four of these boys.  There never was anyone but Braxton for Jessa - so no worries there.  The other three deserve their happy as well.  I was excited that Max will have his own book with Broken Compass and Ty will get his with Magical Compass.  I am hoping that another book will happen for Jacob.

This author uses a lot of details.  It's nice to have the whole story and see it clearly in your mind.  It sometimes feels like it breaks the action but it also makes everything clear.  There were a couple of details that I hope get cleared up with Max's story.  His mate didn't make sense to me.  So while this book ends Jessa and Braxton's story, there are still things to be explained.  A broken compass to fix.  I'm excited to dive into the next one.

I really belief that anyone who reads PNR will love this book.  It has every magical being you could possibly like and combines them into a great world where there are still so many possibilities.  This is the good stuff.  Don't miss it!


The whole series plus spin-offs

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  1. Deff added these to my wishlist! Love that the conclusion delivered. Great review!

  2. Glad you liked this one as much as I did. Braxton is my all time favorite book boyfriend right now.