Fire and Ice
THE STORY - Adron, a league assassin commander, was severely injured by a target. He is fragile now and he hates it, he pushes everyone away and lives in self pity. One night out drinking Livia sits down next to him and starts kissing him to escape the guards her father sends after her. Adron takes her home with him and finds out how perfect for him she is. Livia has a tenacity that is perfect for Adron. Adron is the son of Kiria and Nykyrian from the first league book Born of Night. All the brothers and sister are out to play on this one.
THOUGHTS - This book is my favorite of the three. I adore all the league books, I was hoping to hear Adron's story. Out of the three books, this one has the most feeling coming through the pages. It made me cry and feel the love of Livia and Adron. That's rare, nevertheless in a short story. I'm very impressed with this story. I'm glad we got to see his three brothers and sister.
THE STORY - Taryn has been hurt too much to believe in happy endings anymore. A book store she's never seen before calls to her, where the shop keeper gives her a book for free. SparHawk the brave, the cover of her book, wakes up in her bed the next morning. Taryn and Hawk hit it off right away.
THOUGHTS - this book is my least favorite of the three. I liked the idea behind this story, it just lacked emotion for me. This one is the shortest of the three as well.
THE STORY - Channon is a history fanatic. She wants to decipher an old dragon tapestry. While studying it she meets Sebastian. He is someone she never pictured being interested in her, but he is. One thing leads to another, but he must go back into time. He is a dragon shifter, right before he leaves a mark shows up on his palm. The mating mark. Sebastian must decide where to go from there with Channon.
THOUGHTS -This was my second favorite in this book. I really liked this story, I wished she wrote more in this setting. Channon and Sebastian's relationship is touching and sweet. I'm not big on anthologies, but this is a good one all in all.