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Dragon Mystics (Supernatural Prison Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B010WPRRSK
- Language : English
- File size : 3106 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 306 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 2,082 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Jessa, The Compasses, Mischa, and Grace are running from Stratford to get Jessa and Mischa away from The Four who are hunting them because they are dragon marked. Following the directions from Louis to a secret sanctuary for the dragon marked.
Jessa’s feelings for Braxton are beginning to change, there was always a stronger friendship for him but now she's thinking she wants it to be more, but afraid to ruin their friendship she is struggling with her feelings of jealousy, lust, and territorial. But on top of all that she has The Four hunting her and her sister down, she is a dual shifter, with newly unlocked Dragon Marked powers not to mention the looming presence of the Dragon King rising. We learn more about Jessa’s Dragon Mark, her feeling towards Braxton, and her role in the prophecy to bring the Dragon King back.
The Compasses are strong characters that want to stand out and be seen. Braxton, oh Braxton, he is perfection, yes he is domineering, stubborn but there is also a loving, caring and somewhat romantic/sappy guy. (Steady my heart). Brax and Jess get closer in this book and I am freaking jealous, I want to replace her lol. I’ll even take the heartache that is involved, I will be your mate Braxton.
Max and Mischa are having some struggles and issues and we not sure what's up with them. Max is still very broody and stubborn, but just like Brax he is overly protective of Jessa and will do whatever it takes to protect her.
Tyler definitely has somethings to work out the witch Grace. Both are refusing to talk and work things out and there is tension brewing between that is going to blow up.
Jacob is the only one with out any extra drama or issues besides the nearing battle of the Rise of the Dragon King.
Louis continues to be part of the story. I love how he and Jessa have grown close together. He also brings some extra flare and drama to the table and is constantly stirring trouble, especially with the Dragon Shifter.
The secondary characters are a very big park of these books and I am so glad that from the very beginning that Jaymin and continued have them in it. Even though the book is in Jessa’s POV it’s still fantastic to see the males making strong appearances. I do hope that we get to see more than the little chapter at the end of Braxton’s POV, to be able to see inside that big stubborn, overalls protective, domineering, alpha, powerful dragon mans head is fantastic.
Once again I can not praise this book. Jaymin had me hooked heart and soul and it just wouldn’t let me go. There were a few things that bugged me a little which I am hoping will be all cleared up in book three, but I won’t be putting them her due to spoilers. But this book is fast paced, action packed with lots of twists and turns. Braxton is still my guy and I don’t think he will ever be leaving me, I think he is ingrained into my heart and soul.
The steaminess factor is right up there without getting too traffic - well written. No spoiler alerts here I'm afraid you will have to buy the books - you might as well buy them both together cause you just know you'll have to follow up with number 2 straight away.
Well it is now breakfast Monday morning and I have to start the week with not much sleep but two damn good reads under my belt.
If you enjoy paranormal with some steamy romance thrown in you will love Jaymin Eve - the only trouble is waiting for book number three. Now where did I put the beginning of the Walker series.........
The story picks right back up where Jaymin Eve left us in the first book. Prepare yourselves to experience a rollercoaster of emotions and to lose several hours of your day as you simply wont be putting this book down.
I wont go into the story or offer any spoilers as that will simply ruin it for you. I will however say that you wont be disappointed in the journey the writer takes you on again with all the lovable characters, especially Jessa and her Compass men..
Cant wait for the next book. Hurry up Jaymin Eve. I pray for my sanity that you release the third instalment this year or at least the last instalment of the Walker Saga. Either one I will be content with.
Sat down to read and got sucked into the story and read it in one sitting. The characters are thoroughly engaging and completely drew me into their world.
Anxiously awaiting the next installment in this series.
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This kicks off where Dragon Marked left us. Jessa is on the run from the dragon-hunters - the original quads, who are very old, and very powerful. In tow, she has pack and her sister, none of which would leave her side, even if there was a choice.
The world that Eve has created just keeps getting bigger, and more complex, building on what you know from the first book in the series. There's the history of the dragon-marked, and the introduction of the dying fae realm.
There's also the developing relationships. Mainly between Jessa and Braxton, as she finally stops fighting the fact that she wants to be with him. But also her sister Mischa, finding her place in the group dynamics; and Max's mate - I did not see that one coming!
I also like how there's a symmetry between the old quads and dragon-twins, and the new. There are surprising new power reveals for all our main characters, as they embrace their birthright, whilst still fighting the roles that people are trying to pin on them.
So why only the four stars, when Dragon Marked got the full five?
Dragon Mystics is a good book by any standard, but it just didn't captivate me as much as the first.
On a small note, I felt that it wasn't as smooth relaying some information. I don't know whether Eve changed track between writing book 1 and 2, but there were parts were there was a rush to explain something, and you obviously know it's gonna play a part. Like introducing Sirens; the two-mate story from the guys' mother. There are things that Jessa doesn't know, or the brothers have been withholding from her; which clashes with... well let's just say, Jessa doesn't strike me as the type of girl to not know stuff, and she's not afraid of kicking the arse of anyone who keeps a secret from her.
The second thing that annoyed me was how obsessed Jessa was with Braxton.
And I know, some of you are going to be shouting at me that this is a Paranormal Romance, and that Jessa and Braxton are trying to come to terms with the sudden rush of many feelings and physical needs.
Every reader has a different romance level, and while some will be going boz-eyed with pleasure, most of you won't be surprised that I don't have a romantic bone in my body. Dragon Marked just worked - it perfectly balanced the adventure and sexiness.
In Dragon Mystics, there are solid chunks where the adventure is put on a back burner, so Jessa can concentrate of the important task of jumping Braxton's bones (and everything else anatomical).
Anyway, it is still a very good series, and I'm definitely continuing with it!
Overall the books was a great read and has truly left me itching for the third book, as a good middle book does.
Hurry up and release the next, patience has never been my style...
I'm off to get book three