Prophecy of the Seventh Dragon Hardcover – Sep 2005
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When Mackenzie is convinced that her life has irrevocably changed, she finds she loves Christopher as much as he loves her. They would be devilishly happy but Christopher and his Defenders must prevent The Triad, a trio of powerful sorcerers, from completing the rites that would allow the dark evil wizard Uleah from entering and laying waste to the world.
This romantic urban fantasy is refreshingly original using concepts that will appeal to lovers of this sub-genre. It will appeal equally to readers of fantasy and romance because it has the elements of both genres. Christopher is a delightful protagonist who, for all his many powers, finds himself feeling vulnerable when it comes to Mackenzie. There is plenty of action and surprising twists which keeps readers eagerly turning the pages to see what happens next. This reviewer would love to see more stories written about the Eskarians, a very special group of people worth reading more about.
The hero was yummy (right up there with Kenyon's DH heros) the heroine I didn't warm up to at first, thought she was too head strong then I realized she reacted exactly how any modern woman would and faced with the same situation, I think I would have done the same things she did and I began to respect her and go along with the ride - and what a ride it was.
It's a great start to the series and introduced interesting supporting characters who I hope in time will have their own stories. The pacing is good and Tyler Blackwood has a great "voice". I can't wait for the next in the series.
What I didn't like about it was:
1. How the main protagonist keeps complaining how he doesn't have a wife.
2. How the protagonist falls in love with a woman and threatens to kill anyone who gets in his way.
3. The woman that the protagonist loves is a type of demon he is suppose to kill so the author quickly fixes this by making his enemy "one of his kind". (I thought this was wierd since than if this can take place, why doesnt his kind do this in the first place to their enemy instead of killing them like the protagonist was doing before he fell in love with a demonwolf)
4. The sex scenes, and the romance mood throughout half of the book. (I didn't finish reading the book because of the list above, so I wouldn't know if the last half of the book would be like the style above.)