Planet Dragos by Thea Harrison

May 17, 2018 Book Review 0 ★★★★★

Planet Dragos by Thea Harrison five-stars
Planet Dragos by Thea Harrison
Series: Elder Races #9.8
Also in this series: Dragon Bound, Kinked
Published by Self-published on May 14, 2018
Genres: Paranormal
Pages: 130
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From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Thea Harrison comes the final novella featuring Pia and Dragos…

Pia’s latest pregnancy has become a daily challenge, her relationship with Dragos strained with argument. That hasn’t stopped them from achieving a compromise and traveling to Las Vegas to celebrate their friend Rune’s wedding to his mate Carling.

From the moment they arrive, the trip goes awry. Death walks in Vegas, and Pia is kidnapped as an ancient enemy makes a move to destroy the Great Beast once and for all.

But the Great Beast has other plans.

On Planet Dragos everything goes the way he arranges it—unless someone decides to cross him, and God help them then, because he doesn’t know how to back down, and he doesn’t ever, ever let up….

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

By SpiceThis is the last book from Dragos and Pia’s POV which completely breaks my heart. Dragos is who I hold all dragon heroes up to and very few can measure up. In perfect dragon fashion he is extremely confident in himself (some would say conceited), alpha through and through, commanding, and growly (but in a super hot way). He’s the epitome of the dominant male. The best part of Dragos, though, is that when he turns all his attention on his mate, he can be so tender, sweet, and almost achingly sexy, it will bring a tear to your eye. He loves his Pia and he knows how to show her just how beautiful and needed she is. So yeah, I’m going to miss getting stories with his POV in it because he pushes all my buttons in a very good way.

And I’ll miss Pia too. She’s the polar opposite of Dragos in every way, starting with the fact her were-form is a freaking unicorn, but she could not be more perfect for him. She needs a dragon to keep her safe since if anyone found out what she really was she’d be hunted down and killed because of what her blood can do. In Planet Dragos, Pia showed us exactly why she was deserving of such a dangerous but wonderful dragon and why you should never, ever, ever piss off a pacifist to the point of violence…it doesn’t end well for the other guy.

This story had lots of action and suspense to keep me entertained. You’d think after so many eons, people would know to never poke the dragon, especially not by going after his mate…his very pregnant mate. It’s bad enough his roar alone could bring Vegas to its knees with all the damage caused, but if truly enraged, Dragos could actually destroy the world. Dragos was in his element here and showed everyone he may be mated with children but that did not mean he was tamed by any stretch of the imagination.

One of my favorite parts was that we got to see so much of Rune and Carling, especially the caring, loving part of Carling as she and Pia faced impossible odds together. As this isn’t the last of the Elder Races books, plus it looks like we may get to explore a whole new world along with the old one, I’m hoping we will get lots of glimpses of Dragos, Pia, and of course, the adorable little Stinkpot, the newest member of the family.

It was hard to say goodbye, but I’m glad I got to do it with such a sweet, sexy, action-packed and suspenseful book.

Rating: 5 “I ❤ Dragos” Stars

 

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