Dragons exist. They’re ferocious. And they’re smart: Before they were killed off by slayer-knights, they rendered a select group of eggs dormant, so their offspring would survive. Only a handful of people know about this, let alone believe it – these “Slayers” are descended from the original knights, and are now a diverse group of teens that includes Tori, a smart but spoiled senator’s daughter who didn’t sign up to save the world.
The dragon eggs have fallen into the wrong hands. The Slayers must work together to stop the eggs from hatching. They will fight; they will fall in love. But will they survive?
There is a very obvious setup for the possibility of Tori, one of the main characters, having her affections torn in two different directions between two hunky team mates. I have some great thoughts on this working out well. I liked the characters a lot and the pacing was well done. Some of the plot line reminded me of the old evil master villain and hero setup. Like some odd mash up of Spy Kids, Austin Powers and Reign of Fire. It could work for some people but I could see some having a hard time with it. I enjoyed it and definitely plan to read the next.
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