Review: Fever by Donna Grant


Donna Grant

Dragon Kings Series, Book 16

Paperback, 400 pages
Published October 29th 2019 by St. Martin’s Paperbacks



His kiss was fire and passion. She shivered, wondering how he knew just how to touch her, to send her spiraling into an abyss of pleasure…

For centuries, the Dragon Kings have lived among mortals, forsaking their true selves. But for Kelton, hiding in the realm of shadows—and existing only in the world of dreams—is no longer an option. A human woman claims to know that he, like other dark warriors of his kind, is real. That the legends about these powerful, seductive men with hearts ablaze are true. And that, with just one embrace, Kelton could destroy her…or love her until the end of time.

Bernadette Davies is an anthropologist who knows better than to fall into the arms of a Dragon King. But how can she resist Kelton when he’s so willing to share his secrets and bear his soul? He hasn’t met a beautiful, trustworthy woman like Bernadette in…forever. But once they give into their mutual desire, their worlds will never be the same. Soon Bernadette must face her dilemma: Should she expose the truth about Kelton in the name of science? Or join him in his battle with the dark forces—in the name of love?





4 Stars


Donna Grant has readers hearts racing with the latest action packed, tear jerking installment of the Dragon Kings series, Fever.

When someone hits a little too close to home with the for the Dragon Kings, actions must be taken. Anthropologist Bernadette Davies makes it a mission to let the whole world in on the fact that dragons are real. Although she doesn’t understand where this obsession comes from. Kelton, a centuries old Dragon King, has sworn to protect the humans that he really has no love for. When sent to investigate the person planning to expose his kind, Kelton gets a double punch in the gut upon seeing this beautiful woman and no an old hag.

Fever is the 16th Book is the Dragon Kings Series and first I must give Ms. Grant props for giving enough background information that a new reader could catch on or an existing reader could have a refresher. Bernadette and Kelton’s coincides and possibly sets the start button with bigger things happening in the Dragon kings world. Donna Grant weaves an epic tale within her epic tale. Fever is a non stop, emotional, jaw dropping and pivotal story within the series. Fever has all the heat you could want and a few moments of good plot twisting shock to keep your blood racing.

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