K.A. Linde’s House of Dragons was a fantasy thriller with a super complex plot and interwoven characters and storylines.
Kerrigan Argon, half Fae, half human. Given up by her father so she didn’t embarrass his royal house must now create her own destiny as one of the Dragon Blessed. There is so much more to her than what is seen. A hurtful past, an unsure future, she is always a fighter for what she believes in. Loyal to her friends and those she cares about. More special than she can comprehend. She is independent and courageous, gritty and raw and fantastically sarcastic and sassy too!
Fordham Ollivier, Prince of the House of Dark Shadows and an unexpected and unlikely ally to Kerrigan. He has such inner turmoil and is fighting against what he has been taught vs what he is experiencing with Kerrigan.
While it is a fantasy with lots of magic and dragons etc, I found myself lost in the storyline and the fantasy aspect was secondary to the plt and characters. It was captivating, and I want more now because I am totally invested in knowing more about not just Kerrigan and Fordham, but all of the secondary characters as well!
While the current storyline is fairly wrapped up, there are major teasers and arcs that will continue on to the next book and I was left with many questions and wonderings. I hate that the next book seems like an eternity away because this was intriguing! 4 stars.
K.A. Linde is the USA Today bestselling author of the Avoiding Series, Wrights, and more than thirty other novels. She has a Masters degree in political science from the University of Georgia, was the head campaign worker for the 2012 presidential campaign at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and served as the head coach of the Duke University dance team. She loves reading fantasy novels, binge-watching Supernatural, traveling, and dancing in her spare time.
She currently lives in Lubbock, Texas, with her husband and two super-adorable puppies.
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