Let There Be Dragons
by Kim Cormack
Kayn begins her immortal life in Clan Ankh as the clan’s second Dragon. Zach is now her Handler and they both have issues with the situation. The five survivors of the Testing struggle to accept their new duties as they are thrown into situations far beyond their ability level. There is no longer a line between her twin’s memories and her own. They are now truly one being. Our heroine makes more than a few mistakes while learning to use her Conduit ability. Kayn feeds from Frost’s energy and lights a match within her soul. This causes the need for him she has always felt to overwhelm her every thought. She learns how to manage the Dragon that resides within her with the help of Zach as they fall into their fated roles. Kayn begins to accept the loss of the girl she once was by embracing the Dragon she has become. She finds joy in the pleasures of adulthood as she succumbs to her feelings for Frost. This is a tale about one girl’s evolution as she loses everything in order to become something far greater. There is beauty in letting go.
Review: This is book 3 in the series and since I had not read the first 2 book I was often confused. I felt like I was an outsider at times, trying to put the pieces of a puzzle together while listening to a conversation. I was able to work my way into understanding most of the relationships and situations but I highly recommend that you read the first 2 books so it is easier to follow along. I enjoyed the story and the writing style. The author gives us drama, danger, adventure and humor throughout the book. The characters are well written and full of personality. It was fun to go through this part of their adventure with them and I will be reading this series (from the beginning) soon.
4 of 5 stars