Review: Kiss of a Dragon (Fallen Immortals #1) by Alisa Woods

Source: Tantor Audio

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Title: Kiss of a Dragon by Alisa Woods
Series: Fallen Immortals #1
Release Date: January 31st 2017  
Format: Audiobook (6 hrs and 14 mins)
Genre: PNR, UF, Dragons
Published By: Tantor Audio
Narrators: Joe Arden   Maxine Mitchell

I am a Dragon Prince of the House of Smoke… and I am dying.
Five hundred years is truly enough for a man like me. A monster. Yet a ten-thousand-year treaty will die with me, if I don’t spawn a dragonling to take my place. My two brothers are no use in this task. It falls to me, the eldest by a hair’s breadth, and yet, I cannot face the horror of another sealing. Another death. Another woman’s blood on my hands.

I was saved from death in a dark Seattle alley by an impossibly beautiful man who swooped in on golden wings. Now he’s taken me to his lair, opened my eyes to a world of immortals I didn’t know existed, and given me an impossible task—find him a mate. Then, and only then, will he set me free.

He needs her more than he wants; she wants him more than she should; and the fate of both the mortal and immortal worlds depends on not just repairing their hearts, but finding a Love that’s True…


I like this one and it has potential. It features a dragon shifter Lucian, who needs to find a mate and have a heir, a dragonling, to keep his line going or he will die. Lucian of House Smoke is the oldest of triplet dragons as well as the leader who rescues a human lawyer named Arabella.
Lucian begins to court Arabella but he doesn’t want to love her. He just wants someone who loves him and has his young (*roll my eyes). Arabella doesn’t just want to be a baby mama, she wants to belong to someone and she doesn’t want to settle. Thus begins the battle of wills because Lucian has lost a woman before so he doesn’t want to get his heart involved again. Arabella has fallen for Lucian but wants to have his heart before she can give him the dragonling.

Then there is someone hunting Lucian and trying to destroy him. So there is romance, mystery, suspense and a little angst. It is a typical book one with where the writing could use some tightening up as well as better development. But the characters intrigued me enough to want to continue with the series. There are sexy dragons so this series will probably get better as it continues. Since this book ended in cliffhanger, I will continue with book 2.

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