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Fire In His Kiss: A Post-Apocalyptic Dragon Romance (Fireblood Dragon Book 2) by [Dixon, Ruby]
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Bloodlust and insanity rule my existence. As a fierce drakoni warrior, this strange new world I find myself in eats at my mind until there is nothing left. There is no light or clarity...until she arrives. I save her life, plucking her from the sky.

From that point on, she is mine.

But the human I have chosen for my mate - Sasha - is fragile and wounded. She does not trust me and fears my presence. I will not give up, though. I will do anything to give her my fires and bond us both in body and spirit. How can I convince her that I want nothing more than her happiness if she will not let me touch her?

How does a dragon woo a human?

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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,400 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By Imee B TOP 500 REVIEWER on 23 April 2017
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Thanks Ruby for another awesome story, i love Dakh and Sasha's story, its fast paced, suspenseful and thrilling. I can't wait for Emma's book and Amy too. What i like about this book is how this scenario can really happen if an apocalypse ever comes to earth and how fragile us humans are and how people must do whatever to survive.
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Sexy single dragoni male seeks soft sweet human female,must enjoy mating ,total devotion ,flying, fiecre possessiness , adventures ,no vegatarians. Another great novel from ruby about a dragon falling in love with a human , but if you know ruby its not as simple as that . ....
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Follow up on 1st story, this time it centers around Dakh who has crazed dark thoughts since being pulled through the rift. His one savior is Sasha - whose voice and presence calls to him. Keeping his insanity at bay.
Unfortunately for Sasha, she's a tortured soul who bargains with what little she has to offer. Initially rescued by her friend but fell off her ride, that Dakh plucked her from the air.
I was initially annoyed by the female lead due to her past issues - because at 42% of the story, I was over her insecurities. However the story got better, you get to see more into the drakon way of life.
The bond between these two grew and was great to see Sasha come out her shell.
Dakh was also alpha who was smart in the way he handled Sasha too -he simply had a way with words.
I particularly liked the supporting character Emma and can't wait to see what is install for her.
This is a build on from the 1st book and pays to read that one before getting into this.
Recommend for those who like apocalyptic fantasy survival.
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I have to say I loved everything about this book it really surpassed all of my exception Ruby Dixon is going on my must read author list.

This was such great book because it was so different to the first giving not just Sasha personally but also giving Dakh his own way of doing things an his own style which I have to say was so adorably funny loved it so much such an enjoyable read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Even Better 16 April 2017
By RayGun - Published on Amazon.com
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Wow. I’m surprised we got to learn so much about the dragons and their home world so early on, but it does open the doors to the potential of this series. I think that’s what so great about it, is that there’s so much Dixon can do with it, so many places it can go. With Dahk we get a better look into what’s going on with the dragons, but I also loved Sasha and how much she struggled with it all. Having been abused in the After, and then being taken away by the humans’ greatest enemy, she definitely isn’t someone ready to jump into a relationship. She’s just trying to survive, and poor Dahk is so confused over how to woo a woman, and why Sasha reacts the way she does. Mostly though, it’s that Dixon doesn’t wash over the bad. Even as Sasha may know Dahk cares for her, he’s still part of the reason her whole life is destroyed, and yet he’s also a victim of his own insanity, and so there’s this constant struggle for both sides to understand the other. Then with the addition of Emma, who gets to be a part of dealing with them and trying to understand, while of course not being one with a dragon, really helped flesh out the story. The last book we didn’t really get much with Amy or Sasha, so I’m glad we had Emma to give another point of view in this. Altogether it was even better than the first, and I can’t wait to see what happens next.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book 13 April 2017
By Kacie McKinney - Published on Amazon.com
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Holy crap i just finally finished this book soo damn good loved it so much. All the details finally revealed about Dakh and his memory and loved the connection between Dakh and Sasha was excited to see more of Kael, and Claudia. Now there both pregnant cant wait to read more and reading about Emma will be awesome love these books! These books will leave you on the edge of your seat wondering what will happen next such a great book.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh my! Spoilers! 14 April 2017
By splatheffect - Published on Amazon.com
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Holy shiz! That epilogue tho! Can't wait for the next one!

At first I didn't appreciate Sasha's meddling and "forcing" Dahk to remember his past but now I get it. His cluelessness on human customs was endearing and somewhat cringe worthy but they made a beautiful couple. Sasha surprisingly took to Dahk very well. Her introduction of dragons from Claudia certainly helped but she was fierce. Quietly fierce. She kept saying how weak she was and yeah, she had her moments but her strength grew into a more physical strength as the story proceeded and I greatly appreciated that. Tate got what he deserved...although I wished it would have been Dahk to do it. And this twist in the story, of course there is one! I cannot wait to see our golden drakoni kick some slimy Salorian @ss! Although...I have to say...he might be a good mate for Amy. He's not as dragon-esque as the others and he just might be a good guy. I don't want to eat crow later though sooooo...haha, it was just a thought.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sci fi romance :) 20 April 2017
By Bad Kitty - Published on Amazon.com
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I Love a good sci-fi romance and this book was great just like part 1 in this series.
Ruby Dixon has a very nice pace to her books and I find that there is never any "boring/slow" bits. I've read all of her Ice planet barbarians and that includes all the short stories. I like her dragon books because they have her same fated mates pattern to them but there about twice as long.
If u read this book and part 1 and u haven't read Ruby's Ice planet barbarians then I highly recommend u do 👍🏼🙂
Ruby Dixon has quickly become my favorite sci fi author !!
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting storyline & world build developing 30 April 2017
By Erma - Published on Amazon.com
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I enjoyed this story - I wasn't as sucked in as I'd hoped. The characters were nice but not compelling - not dimensional enough(?) or maybe not kick-*ss enough. Interesting action, some humor, plenty of sensitive sex scenes - almost too many sex scenes. The world build is developing - which I like. I felt a bit frustrated by the lack of preparedness the heroine displays - it might be my perception of the timeline - seems like a lot of time is passing while she lolls around. You'd think that in uncertain times, she'd have a few backpacks packed with some of the hard to find essentials & hidden in some stashes in the vicinity in case of wandering scavengers. I also don't understand why neither heroine (book 1 or 2) have been exploring further out - for safer digs, more supplies etc.

However, I'm very intrigued by the newest secondary characters - Emma & the imprisoned dragon - I'm very eager for that one to come out.

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