Thursday, April 16, 2020

Dragon Tear by Lindsay Buroker [Review]

 Dragon Tear by Lindsay Buroker
Dragon Tear (Agents of the Crown #5) by Lindsay Buroker
Format: ebook
Source: borrowed through Kindle Unlimited
Date read: May 6, 2019

Agents of the Crown
1. Eye of Truth
2. Blood Ties
3. Duty Bound
4. Elven Fury
5. Dragon TearPaperback | Kindle

Lindsay Buroker
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Now that Jev is no longer obligated to marry a manipulative noblewoman, Zenia can finally pursue a relationship with him. But there’s something else she must deal with first. She’s learned that the magical dragon-tear gem she wears around her neck is linked to a living dragon, one that is being held prisoner and tortured.

Zenia owes her life several times over to the creature. She must set aside personal desires and lead a team to the distant and dangerous continent where the dragon is imprisoned.

But it took someone—or something—very powerful to capture such a great creature in the first place. Zenia, Jev, and their friends may not have the magic or might necessary to free their scaled ally. If they fail, the dragon will be enslaved forever by a cruel master, and Zenia and Jev may never see their homeland again.
Thoughts on Dragon Tear: Yessss. The secrets behind the dragon tear have been revealed (mostly) and now Zenia is determined to do the right thing and free the dragon being held captive. Her quest leads her away from her home and into the wilds of a pretty inhospitable land. And that's even without the bad guys who want her dragon tear for themselves.

To say their journey is fraught with peril (magical monsters, betrayal, handsy ogresses) might be understating it. But Zenia is determined to do what they can to free the dragon and Jev is equally as determined to stand by Zenia through thick and thin.

There's plenty of resolution to the varies plot threads that had been laid out in previous books. And, spoiler, Zenia and Jev get their happily ever after, which they rightfully deserve after battling the invading hordes and whatnot. The king is finally getting a little respect. Rhi might have found someone who does more than just scratches an itch.

Danger, dragons, and intrigue. Just the thing to spice up a person's day. (And since I don't think I mentioned it before, I really dig these covers. They're purty. I like.)

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