Review of Scion’s Dragon (House of Dracul #3) by J. Annas Walker

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Genre: Paranormal Romance (Erotic)

Book Length: (Est.): 53,038 Words/Unknown Page Count

Book Description/Synopsis:  

The vampire rebellion is over. Princess Cassandra Yvette Dracul, Scion of High Prince Vlad Dracul IV, aka Cassy Daniels, and David Ashe tried to put Avalon behind them. However, new threats stalk the couple. Vampire politics and werewolves are hard at work, hoping to bring down the royal family.

Cassy’s problems don’t end there! Her pregnancy woke her inner dragon. Slaking her bloodlust just became nearly impossible. The answer? Dragon’s blood! When the shipment arrives, someone has tainted it, giving her inner dragon more control. Cassy learns the real meaning of being a Dracul.

With a hostile takeover by another house underway, David finds the magical bond that ties him to Cassy is taking on new powers. Can he use them to save her? Will he be able to help his wife before she destroys everything? Can Cassy hold the dragon in check? With this many obstacles thrown at them all at once, is a greater force driving it? They just wanted a quiet life together, but can that ever happen?

Jennifer’s Review: 

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

Just when Cassy and David think they have it all someone has to come and ruin their bliss. With the vampires houses crumbling there begins a war of survival for some of the lesser houses. The plan was a simple one. A bride for a bride. But no one takes from a Dracul and no one demands anything of one or they will pay. And pay they do.

Not only do the falling vampire houses cause a state of war, but it also brings new players to the game…werewolves. Everyone wants something, but sometimes they get more than they bargained for. One of those things being Cassy, high on dragon’s blood and with a lust for not only blood but for killing, she doesn’t take being held captive easily. Sit and wait to be rescued or leave a trail of bodies…umm choice two for her!

I continually love the bond between Cassy and David and enjoy reading how it brings them both pleasure, pain, and a way to find each other. What I failed to get excited about this time was the sex scenes. They seems to always pretty much do the same things and the repetitiveness made me actually want to start skipping them, although I didn’t.

The House of Dracul series is an interesting series filled with vampires, witches, elves werewolves, magic, and a few other mythological creatures. Not to mention portals and other realms.

My Favorite Laughable Moment: David sitting alone in his office suffering the full weight of the bond. At least it isn’t Vlad who enters first. And when he confronts Cassy about what she was doing to cause the bond to affect him so strongly I absolutely love the way he asks her.

My Favorite Quote: This goes with My Favorite Laughable Moment. “Apparently, not being able to shield correctly can lead to some awkward moments. You pleasured more than just yourself tonight.”

Overall, I give this 4 stars! 

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