Kiss of Fate
A Dragonfire NovelPaperback - 2009
For millennia, the shape-shifting dragon warriors known as the Pyr have lived peacefully as guardians of the earth's treasures. But now the final reckoning between the Pyr , who count humans among the earth's treasures, and the Slayers , who are determined to eradicate both humans and the Pyr who protect them, has begun . . .
Haunted by dreams of a lover who takes the form of a mythical dragon, Eileen Grosvenor searches for the truth. She never expects to find a real dragon shape shifter, let alone one who awakens her passion and ignites memories of a forgotten past.
Erik Sorensson is focused on leading the Pyr to triumph over the Slayers, even if it costs him his wife. When an ancient relic that can turn the tide of the battle reveals itself, Erik knows he has to retrieve it from Eileen's possession. But when he tries to do so, he's shocked by an incredible firestorm that compels him to confront the truth about Eileen's identity. Her presence reminds him of mistakes he's determined not to repeat, and Erik is forced to make a choice; duty of love.
Only by unlocking the secrets of the past can Erik and Eileen fulfil the final prophecy of the Pyr . Can they face their deepest fears and claim their destined love in time to defeat the Slayers ?
Praise for Kiss of Fire
'An innovative and dazzling world.' - fresh Fiction
'An intriguing mythology.' - BookLoons
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Definitely enjoyable. In this addition, Eric, the leader of the dragon Pyr, is called to his firestorm. Stragely enough, Eric had already had a firestorm (they're only suppose to happen once in a life time) many years ago that ended badly. Not only did his wife die, but his son turned evil. Now he is given a second chance with his reincarnated wife from the past. She is different and stronger now, but Eric is still afraid of making the wrong choices.
The story centers more around Eric and Eileen's relationship. The dragon's teeth (which the dragons are fighting over) are a subplot to this story. Most of the time I would find this annoying because I like the action, but I think Cooke did a wonderful job on this one. The flashbacks to the past and the complex relationship between Eric, Eileen, and their son was touching. I especially liked the surprise ending.
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