Thursday, November 10, 2016

Jarek by Erin Tate [Review]

 Jarek by Erin Tate
Jarek (Dragons of Preor #1) by Erin Tate
Format: ebook
Source: free through newsletter promo
Date read: June 15, 2016

Dragons of Preor
0.5. Dashing Through the Stars
1. Jarek - Kindle
2. Taulan
3. Kozav

Erin Tate (aka Celia Kyle)
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
What’s hotter than an alien with scales? An alien with wings and scales, not to mention a hot body.

At 457 Preor years old, Jarek sen Claron is a dragon ready for his final flight into the skies. This voyage to Earth as the War Master of the third fleet will be his final assignment. Once he has helped his fellow Preors secure human mates, he will return to Preor before the madness of loneliness overtakes his mind.

That all changes when he meets Melissa. Human Melissa with her sparkling eyes, bright smile, and body that would make any hot-blooded male drool. Unfortunately, she never registered as a Preor mate hopeful. No matter, the Knowing stretches between them and there is no way she can resist him. Until she does.

Jarek wishes to give her the choice to mate him, while everything inside him screams to take Melissa beneath his wing, now. No choosing necessary.

But should he draw her to his side when his enemies are circling? Many males do not believe the son of a Preor mass murderer deserves to have a mate. Can he survive the coming battles? Or will he die without tasting sweet Melissa’s lips?
Thoughts on Jarek: DRAGONS! Yup, dragons were pretty much exactly what I was in the mood for and I GOT THEM. In a literary sense, of course. Throw in some rigid military structures and a broody male who has given up on finding his mate and I've found my happy place.

So. Jarek. The poor guy has dedicated himself to his people and he's convinced his time to find a mate has passed. Given what his father did, he's come to accept that he doesn't deserve a mate. Which is completely blown out of the water when he first lays eyes on Melissa.

The Knowing knows, right?

As for Melissa, she's got her own demons to wrestle with. She's unprepared for the sudden wealth of knowledge that floods her brain (as any human would be since the Preor sorta didn't disclose it was a possibility) and she panics. Shenanigans ensue. AS YOU'D EXPECT.

What can I say? I like dragons and I like aliens and I like when two people find one another despite all the odds against it.

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