Golden Fire Clan (Dragon Guard Series Book 7): Fighting For Her Dragon

There Are No Coincidences….
Given a fairy tale life by the clan of dragon shifters that rescued her as a little girl, Emma Sinclair long ago accepted she might never solve the mystery of her heritage. Of course, that was before she could feel the traitor’s pain, before she knew he was slipping away. And before the unthinkable happened… he called to her in the language of his kin.

The Universe Does Not Make Mistakes…
Captured by his brothers. Imprisoned in a cave. Bound in silver chains. Andrew knew his days were numbered. He accepted his fate. Knew he was getting what he deserved. Hallucinations of his long dead parents were his only solace in the debris of a wasted life. Then the daffodils entered his prison. The fragrance stirred visions of expressive brown eyes, a smile that rivaled the sun and a voice that was a balm to his tattered soul. He clung to the memory of her. She became his lifeline…his only hope of survival…

Fate Will Not Be Denied…
One doomed dragon. One very special woman. One destiny no one could have predicted. Will they save dragon kin or destroy it?

Goddess of Chaos
VINE VOICE
4.0 out of 5 stars Emma and Andrew get their stories... all in one.
Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2020 Verified Purchase
The magic in this story is that instead of pieces clicking in to place for the characters, they click into place for the readers. Threads from the previous 6 books in the serious weave together as a prophecy is finally properly translated and understood, and as readers, we discover if we have correctly been solving mysteries as the series was unfolding... guessing who aligned with what, and if we were following the bread crumbs the author as been placing for us all along.

This is less about a redemption for Andrew or his finding forgiveness (within himself, or from others) than it is about being reminded that a single person can be an amazing influence on us -- can motivate us to be our best selves, to strive towards the light, and turn our back on our worst impulses.

As much as it concludes the overarching arc that has been building up to this point, it does not actually feel like it concludes Andrew's story -- it gets him back to his kin, but he is still traveling a path that could be interesting, and knowing there are more books in the series, I can not help but wonder if his path is touched on in future stories.

Ashley Taylor
5.0 out of 5 stars ANOTHER AMAZING BOOK!!!!
Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2015 Verified Purchase
I was honored enough to be a Beta for this book and it was AMAZING! yes, it is very different from the last 6, but in a good way in my opinion. It is a more emotional read, but it does also give you a sense of satisfaction and completion at the end of it while still making you excited for what's to come. I really enjoyed seeing someone who's been the villain for soo long be thrown for a loop and being forced to re-evaluate the way we look and feel about Andrew. It was a book that I could NOT put down, it was a relatively quick read, but that's the same with the others in the series, and while they may be a quick read they still give an amazing story, and this one is no different.

Charlene Cain
5.0 out of 5 stars A Jewel Of An Author - A Gem Of A Tale
Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2015 Verified Purchase
Julia Mills' powerful latest novel in the Dragon Guard series provoked laughter and copious tears from me. Part of an ongoing series that stands as a separate story, the book showcases the author's ever increasing talent at word craft. Julia, whose middle initial is "R", is truly a "jeweler". She's taken the gem of an idea and built it into the story of a traitor and the only woman who can redeem him.

Snared by the enemy who cruelly tricked his brother into believing him dead, Andrew was held for years before convincing his captors that he wanted revenge against the Dragon Guard for abandoning him. Andrew became adept at black magic and pushed his dragon deep inside as he strived toward that goal. When his brother dragons catch up to him, he unbelievably senses his mate in distress within the clan. It seems her life is tied to his, and the fate of the clans just might be, too.

Read this book, and you'll race to read them all...
Mandy Parmenter
4.0 out of 5 stars Great dragon shifter story
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 19, 2019Verified Purchase
Emma Sinclair currently works as the jeweller at the lair, but her heritage is unknown and she long ago accepted that it would stay that way. Then she realised that she could feel the pain being experienced by "the Traitor" and he was calling to her in the language of his kin. Andrew's brothers have captured him and he is bound in silver in a cave. He knows this is exactly what he deserves after the way he has behaved in the past and only hallucinations of his long-dead parents are able to give him solace. However, he detects the scent of salt, sun and fresh air and all he can see and think of are brown eyes and a smile that acts as a balm to his tattered soul. Only the memory of this woman is both his solace and lifeline. Can they both come out of this situation or are them both lost for all time?

I loved this story which was both dramatic and emotional all at the same time. It was great to watch Andrew care much more for someone else which moved him out of his selfish and feeling sorry for himself mode. I could feel and sense all of the thoughts and emotions of the characters involved and was thrilled with the surprises at the end of this story.

Author: Reluctant Retiree

Living in FL and enjoying life.

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