The Dragon’s Wing by Tate James
Published by: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: November 1, 2017
Genre: Reverse Harem, Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 382
I should have known my quest for vengeance would eventually be my downfall. I should have been more careful, more paranoid–but I’m glad I wasn’t. Who knew that getting caught for my crimes would lead to so much happiness?
But joy can be fleeting…
It turns out, this battle is only just beginning. With ultimate power on the line, my faceless enemies will stop at nothing to capture me, dead or alive. I need to master my abilities, fast, or this could be the end for someone I care far too deeply about.
I’m Kit Davenport and this is going to be a bumpy flight.
“Because she may be our Kit, but she was my Vixen. And no one fucks with what’s mine.”
This reverse harem series knows how to hook you in, trap you, then entice you beyond words. And I am one of its victims. So let the book world know this one fact: I am trash for Kit Davenport novels. And I do not see my addiction getting any better. So please send help.
As Kit Davenport is kidnapped and sold in the Onyx Auction, a human-trafficking ring, she discovers an unlikely alley. But as she tries to undercover the truth about her powers and to understand her budding relationships, she must determine who to trust.
Yes, I am a sucker for hot, territorial men and torrid sex scenes. But boy, does Tate turn up the heat in her second installment. She also blends together romance and high-paced action, and I had to keep up with all the excitement. But I loved every second of this thrilling read.
The Dragon’s Wing gives you a better understanding behind Cole’s story. Beside River and reluctantly Austin, Cole is one of my favourite member of the Omega Group. His character development is enjoying to read. And as his brother, Vali, enters the scene, you see how he’s the hardened male. I love how he interacts with Kit.
But as Kit grows her relationships with Cole, River, Austin, Caleb, Wesley, and now Vali, she realizes they’re no longer safe after a rash of unexplained attacks. I felt for Kit. Her backstory is beyond gutwrenching. And even though she has found a safe haven with her men, she’s in constant danger. But that dreary outlook doesn’t destroy her sarcasm or even her strength. She’s an intriguing main character.
But I was anticipating a bit more world building. And while you get more of that toward the end of the sequel, The Dragon’s Wing is driven by characters. But they’re captivated me, and I love each one. Hopefully, we discover more in the next sequels.
Tate has staked her claim to the reverse harem genre. And she isn’t anywhere close to stopping. The Kit Davenport series is my first read in that genre, and I am loving each new addition. I cannot stop recommending readers to dabble in reverse harem books. They may be a guilty pleasure, but they’re so worth it.