Seduced

Zoe Ashwood

Sea Dragons of Amber Bay
3
Paranormal Romance, Erotica
Enemies are closing in, threatening those I love. You’d think witch hunts were a thing of the past, but it turns out, some dragons aren’t happy with a witch living in their village. What’s worse, my family can’t seem to let me go, and I’m scared of how far they’ll go to keep me from using my magic. If I have to leave Amber Bay to save my men from being hunted, then that’s what I’ll do. Even if my heart will break with every mile I put between us. But they won’t let me go. They’ll fight for me until their last breath, and I want nothing more than to stay with them. No matter what the future brings.

Welcome back everyone, the third and final instalment of the Sea Dragons of Amber Bay trilogy is here!

I’ve been waiting a while to get this and even bugged Zoe for it coz I was looking forward to it so much. In a way it was a little bit of a letdown, but it’s amazingness in other areas well and truly made up for it.

Adrian really bugged me with his inability to commit to them but refusing to let Skye leave or anything to happen to her. Like it’s great that he was so into showing her how he felt, but did he have to fight against it for so long?

I was really hoping this book would be about the four of them fighting together against the world. Not a mixture of still figuring out their relationship and fighting against the world.

The other areas that were amazing, included Adrian trying to figure out how to impress Skye, Jack and Ty fighting to make their life with Skye and Skye learning about her magic and the community. Reading about how Skye was figuring things out was amazing and I loved her thought process.

Although I beat her to the anchor thing.

The ending to the trilogy was very satisfying, although I’m surprised with the turn that Zoe took to get us there. I also kinda wish the epilogue was set further into the future coz there’s a couple of things I really wanted to hear about that would only need a chapter to cover off.

Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed this review; on Monday I’ll be reviewing It’s Raining Men by Rich Amooi.

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