Saturday, April 6, 2019

Review @JessieDauthor - Winning Skyhunter by Jessie Donovan (Stonefire Dragons Universe #1)

Winning Skyhunter
Stonefire Dragons Universe #1
by Jessie Donovan

Goodreads blurb:  For more than a decade, Clan Skyhunter suffered under a cruel, power-hungry leader who did anything to advance his agenda. He was finally caught in an illegal scandal and sent to prison, and now the dragon-shifter clan in the south of England is ready for a new leader. And so the trials begin…

Asher King had been locked away under the former clan leader for speaking out against his cruelty. Now free, he wants to win the leadership and lead his clan to a better future. However, being the nephew of the old leader isn't easy, and if that wasn't enough to overcome, he's still recovering from the torture he endured while imprisoned. Still, he's determined to win and keep his clan from being disbanded by the humans, even if it means competing against his old teenage girlfriend and denying how much he still wants her.

Newly returned from her stay in America, Honoria Wakeham puts herself up as a candidate to be clan leader. Not everyone approves of a female candidate, but that doesn't faze her. The old clan leader killed her parents and in order to fully heal, she wants to bring the clan together and implement her plans to bring them into the twenty-first century. What she didn't count on was running into Asher King, the male she loved over a decade ago, before she'd been sent to stay with relatives in America for her safety.

It doesn't take long for Asher and Honoria to give in to their attraction, but from it springs an idea that may be the best of all. Can they win the leadership trials and keep their clan together? Or, will one of the other candidates win and try to keep Skyhunter in the past?

NOTE: Full-length story with a happy ending. While can be read as a standalone, cameos by characters from Stonefire Dragons and Lochguard Highland Dragons mean those who've read the other series will find it more enjoyable. 

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!!!

***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!!  Yes, I received a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book!  I will eventually collect all of Jessie’s books when I can.

The cover is another amazing one!  I really love all the dragon covers!

This is the first book in a spin-off series called Stonefire Dragons Universe.  Obviously, it is in the fabulous dragon world we all know and love, and if you don’t know it yet…you should get to know it!  It is for adults only due to the steamy content with the randy dragons.  Though not required, you will love this more if you have read all the dragon books because they you know all their stories and the humor that comes with them and because they just rock!

Jessie is a fabulous story teller and her dragons are my favorites.  I love that we are getting more dragon clans to read and learn about.  In this story, it is Skyhunter Clan that we learn about, and they are currently going through the trials for a new leader after their last horrible leader.  I was pulled into Asher and Ria’s story from the start, and I loved every second reading it.  Asher and Ria have a great relationship where they both can be themselves which is sometimes being in charge and dominant and sometimes being ordered about.  They are both very honorable and want what is best for their clan and for it to be a home again.

I highly recommend to any dragon shifter fan because Jessie is the queen of amazing dragon shifter stories!  I recommend reading them all!  No one tells a story like Jessie does!

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)

See my review of Cured by the Dragon (Stonfire Dragons #8)

See my review of Aiding the Dragon (Stonefire Dragons #9)
See my review of Finding the Dragon (Stonefire Dragons #10)
See my review of Craved by the Dragon (Stonefire Dragons #11)

Lochguard Highland Dragons Series!!!

See my review The Dragon’s Dilemma (Book 1)
See my review of The Dragon Guardian (Book 2)
See my review of The Dragon’s Heart (Book 3)
See my review of The Dragon Warrior (Book 4)
See my review of The Dragon Family (Book 5)

Kelderan Runic Warriors Series!!!
See my review of The Conquest (Book 1)
See my review of The Barren (Book 2)
See my review of The Heir (Book 3)
See my review of The Forbidden (Book 4)

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