Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Review @JessieDauthor - The Dragon's Heart by Jessie Donovan (Lochguard Highland Dragons #3)

The Dragon’s Heart
Lochguard Highland Dragons #3
by Jessie Donovan

Lorna MacKenzie lost her mate nearly thirty years ago. Dedicating her life to her children, she brushed off the thought of ever finding love again. After all, Jamie MacKenzie had been her true mate. Who could ever replace him?

Ross Anderson came to Lochguard to be near his daughter and fight his cancer. Over the last six months, he's become close to one particular dragonwoman. However, he doesn't want to pursue her as a dying man. But now that his cancer is gone, Ross is determined to win Lorna's heart.

As the pair fight their growing attraction to one another, the only question is will Lorna open up to Ross or forever hold on to the memory of her first love? 

About the Author:  Jessie Donovan wrote her first story at age five, and after discovering the Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey in junior high, realized that people actually wanted to read stories like those floating around inside her head. From there on out, she was determined to tap into her over-active imagination and write a book someday.

After living abroad for five years and earning degrees in Japanese, Anthropology, and Secondary Education, she buckled down and finally wrote her first full-length book. While that story will never see the light of day, it laid the world-building groundwork of what would become her debut paranormal romance, Blaze of Secrets.

Jessie loves to interact with readers. When not reading or traipsing around some foreign country on a shoestring, can often be found on Facebook and Twitter.

The one thing you'll find in all of Jessie's stories are strong, capable women and the people who love them.

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My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!!

***Received the ebook from the author for an honest review

The cover is beautiful and inspirational.

This is the 3rd book in this spin off series.  It is for adults only due to the steamy scenes.  While this book could be a stand-alone, I definitely advise against it.  I have yet to read a book in this series that I love, and you would be doing yourself a disservice to not read them all and in the order they were written for both series.  The world is so much richer and you will love all the characters you meet along the way….well except maybe the bad guys.

This book did not have the action most of Jessie’s books have because it was focused on the finding love after the loss of a mate and insecurities of not being young.  It was a touching story and yes made me tear up happy tears several times.  I’m a sap.  I loved every moment of it.  Sometimes Jessie makes love looks easy.  It can get someone dreaming…lol

I highly recommend all of Jessie’s dragon shifter books (I’ve read and loved them all, and I do own most of them too!)  I think there are only 3 or 4 books in another series that I haven’t read yet, but I do own them :)  I can’t wait to read more of Jessie’s dragons….hopefully sooner rather than later!

Interested in reading???

Stonefire Dragons series!!!

Sacrificed to the Dragon (Stonefire Dragons#1)
See my review of Part One!!!
See my review of Part Two!!!
See my review of Part Three!!!
See my review of Part Four!!!

Seducing the Dragon (Stonefire Dragons # 2)
See my review of Part One!!!
See my review of Part Two!!!
See my review of Part Three!!!
See my review of Part Four!!!

See my review of Revealing the Dragons (Book #3)

Healed by the Dragon (Stonefire Dragons #4)
See my review of Part One!!!
See my review of Part Two!!!
See my review of Part Three!!!
See my review of Part Four!!!

Reawakening the Dragon (Stonefire Dragons #5)
See my review of Part One!!!!
See my review of Part Two!!!!
See my review of Part Three!!!!
See my review of Part Four!!!!

See my review of Loved by the Dragon (Stonefire Dragons #6)

See my review of Surrendering to the Dragon (Stonefire Dragons #7)

Lochguard Highland Dragons Series!!!

See my review The Dragon’s Dilemma (Book 1)
See my review of The Dragon Guardian (Book 2)

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