Review of Scion’s Avalon (House of Dracul #2) by J. Annas Walker

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Genre: Paranormal Romance (Erotic)

Book Length: (Est.): 176 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis 

Three years have passed since vampire princess Cassy Daniels, Scion of the House of Dracul, gave up her title to turn and marry David Ashe. Together, they live in exile with the Council of Crones, a group of elder witches. Isolated from the world, they found bliss. However, vampire politics soon intrude. Born vampire women are being kidnapped, and Cassy’s next on the list. After a failed attempt to take Cassy from the Council of Crones estate, magical portals lead back to the missing women. Cassy and David are tasked with bringing them home. David is sent after Elisabeta, Cassy’s sister-in-law, who is still on Earth. Cassy, however, has what it takes to enter the elf-kingdom of Avalon and retrieve the other three vampires. Can Cassy and David hold on to their bliss, or will Avalon’s magic lure her from home?

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

This is a great sequel to Scion’s Freedom. I enjoyed the uniqueness of the bond between Cassy and David and seeing how it worked when they were together versus when they were apart.

Cassy may have given up her title as Scion of the House of Dracul, but her new title of Lady seems to fit her much better as does her new lifestyle. David has no problems sinking into his new roles at the Council of Crones either. They both seem to be enjoying their wedded bliss.

Of course nothing in the paranormal world stays quiet forever and it isn’t long before they are both called to aid in locating the missing princesses. Each have their own mission and though everything seems like a quick and simple recovery mission they soon realize nothing is ever as easy as it seems.

Like the first book, this too is filled with love, passion, fighting, bloodlust, and sex. It’s a great combination that begs to be read!

My Favorite Moment: When a simple word like ‘yes’ can mean so much more.

My Favorite Magical Moment: The horses and their riders as they rode off into the darkness for the Wild Hunt.

Overall, I give this 4 stars! 

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

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  1. Pingback: Warning!! Red-Hotness coming your way. J. Annas Walker Scion’s Dragon House of Dracul, Book 3 releases today! | All The Bookish Love

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