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The last of her kind. Three supernatural warriors. A devastating curse that threatens them all. Sold to a duke... ...rescued by her dragon guardian.  Mila has more luck on her side than most. But, when she mistakenly kills a High Fae sheriff, she finds herself fighting for survival and torn between a wolf, a dragon, and a fae prince. In this world ruled by the mystical High Fa The last of her kind. Three supernatural warriors. A devastating curse that threatens them all. Sold to a duke... ...rescued by her dragon guardian.  Mila has more luck on her side than most. But, when she mistakenly kills a High Fae sheriff, she finds herself fighting for survival and torn between a wolf, a dragon, and a fae prince. In this world ruled by the mystical High Fae, any magic that can disrupt the tyrant king's rule is forbidden. But, for a sorceress like Mila, there is no escaping one's power... ...and for the Dragon Goddess, power could mean the saving or ending of the world. Join Aurora Dawn on an epic fantasy romance fans are comparing to The Vampire Diaries and Game of Thrones. Perfect for lovers of such titles as Court of Thorns and Roses and A Shade of Vampire. Scroll up and grab your copy today! A brief excerpt from Dragon Awakened: Mila, dressed in her nightgown, stood on the balcony. Her hair and gown blew in the cool breeze, as she watched Kellan shift into a dragon. His wings and talons were magnificent, his eyes glowing in the darkness. Those eyes turned to her and he nodded, urging her forward. She smiled, ready to fly, and leaped onto his back, holding onto his neck as he took off. They flew high above the manor, and away from the prince's grounds. She held on tight, but craned her neck back to let the wind blow on her face. Nothing was as exhilarating as riding a dragon. She touched the clouds with her fingertips, her eyes locked on the moon as they passed it by. The moon brought such beauty, but in this world, one must proceed with caution, for it also brought great power to nocturnal creatures, and the High Fae who ruled their world.


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The last of her kind. Three supernatural warriors. A devastating curse that threatens them all. Sold to a duke... ...rescued by her dragon guardian.  Mila has more luck on her side than most. But, when she mistakenly kills a High Fae sheriff, she finds herself fighting for survival and torn between a wolf, a dragon, and a fae prince. In this world ruled by the mystical High Fa The last of her kind. Three supernatural warriors. A devastating curse that threatens them all. Sold to a duke... ...rescued by her dragon guardian.  Mila has more luck on her side than most. But, when she mistakenly kills a High Fae sheriff, she finds herself fighting for survival and torn between a wolf, a dragon, and a fae prince. In this world ruled by the mystical High Fae, any magic that can disrupt the tyrant king's rule is forbidden. But, for a sorceress like Mila, there is no escaping one's power... ...and for the Dragon Goddess, power could mean the saving or ending of the world. Join Aurora Dawn on an epic fantasy romance fans are comparing to The Vampire Diaries and Game of Thrones. Perfect for lovers of such titles as Court of Thorns and Roses and A Shade of Vampire. Scroll up and grab your copy today! A brief excerpt from Dragon Awakened: Mila, dressed in her nightgown, stood on the balcony. Her hair and gown blew in the cool breeze, as she watched Kellan shift into a dragon. His wings and talons were magnificent, his eyes glowing in the darkness. Those eyes turned to her and he nodded, urging her forward. She smiled, ready to fly, and leaped onto his back, holding onto his neck as he took off. They flew high above the manor, and away from the prince's grounds. She held on tight, but craned her neck back to let the wind blow on her face. Nothing was as exhilarating as riding a dragon. She touched the clouds with her fingertips, her eyes locked on the moon as they passed it by. The moon brought such beauty, but in this world, one must proceed with caution, for it also brought great power to nocturnal creatures, and the High Fae who ruled their world.

30 review for Dragon Awakened: An Epic Fantasy Romance (Cursed Fae Trilogy Book 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Huxtable

    Good quick read I love Fae stories. I love Dragon stories......so when both are combined, it makes for.a.good read. I have read books by this author before and thoroughly enjoy her books

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joann Herley

    Dragon Awakened: An Epic Fantasy Romance is a tale about Mila, a human, caught among a world of shifters. She also wields magic which is forbidden. The premise of the story was very interesting but it fell a little short for me. The reader is given hints about the characters and their life. I would have liked to know more about the characters and what caused their circumstances.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Linda Hamonou

    This book is just a retell of Spell Slinger from the same author without the time travel part so that instead of just getting the prince, the heroine is getting three guys, the ending isn't definitive either so it opens the story to become a series. This twist doesn't bring anything new to the story quite the opposite. There are editing mistake at actually shows scene from the old book as part of the new book confusing the king and the prince. The whole world building is quite confusing as Mila i This book is just a retell of Spell Slinger from the same author without the time travel part so that instead of just getting the prince, the heroine is getting three guys, the ending isn't definitive either so it opens the story to become a series. This twist doesn't bring anything new to the story quite the opposite. There are editing mistake at actually shows scene from the old book as part of the new book confusing the king and the prince. The whole world building is quite confusing as Mila is not just an hybrid wolf/fae but also becomes a dragon goddess. There is extra information that wasn't in the original book but nothing is actually explain. Characters are moved around so that instead of being actively supporting they just disappear of the story after a while or just reappear like Emory. Seriously if you have read Spell Slinger this isn't isn't worth reading, and if you read this one don't bother with Spell Slinger as they are so very similar. I was expecting for something good to happen like a major twist that would justify the retelling of this story but it was quite disappointing.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Connor

    I received an ARC of this book and I was excited to start reading it. At first, I had a little bit of trouble getting into it. It depicts a new world with a bunch of unknown characters, and as book one, I knew its ending would be incomplete. In a way, I was bracing myself for a cliffhanger and trying not to get too involved with the characters. Characters could use a bit more depth and development. I still feel like I don't know a lot about any of them and that kept me from fully connecting. But I received an ARC of this book and I was excited to start reading it. At first, I had a little bit of trouble getting into it. It depicts a new world with a bunch of unknown characters, and as book one, I knew its ending would be incomplete. In a way, I was bracing myself for a cliffhanger and trying not to get too involved with the characters. Characters could use a bit more depth and development. I still feel like I don't know a lot about any of them and that kept me from fully connecting. But the author drew me in. Whether I wanted to or not, I started to care about these characters, despite limited information about them. The setting is another of this author’s dystopian visions of the world. It's scary. Still, the more I read, the more this new world started to make sense to me. And I started to really enjoy it. And then, the thing I had feared all along happened. But it wasn't as bad as if thought it would be. The story is incomplete, but it's not a cliffhanger. There's just more to come later, and if I have to fill up my time delving into other worlds and getting to know other characters, that's okay. When book two is available, I'll read that and I'll be happy to get back to this story again.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Puna

    This is my first read from this author. I love all things dragon, I'm a fan of wolves and who doesn't like a reverse harem? But this book...fell short for me. I'm not too sure if it was the writing, the plot, or the characters. Maybe a bit of both? I didn't connect with any of the characters. We don't learn much about them. The plot is just beginning but it could do better with the flow. I don't really know the authors writing style, so this could be because of that, but it didn't flow as well as This is my first read from this author. I love all things dragon, I'm a fan of wolves and who doesn't like a reverse harem? But this book...fell short for me. I'm not too sure if it was the writing, the plot, or the characters. Maybe a bit of both? I didn't connect with any of the characters. We don't learn much about them. The plot is just beginning but it could do better with the flow. I don't really know the authors writing style, so this could be because of that, but it didn't flow as well as I thought it should. This book has potential. It can still be great. I might read the next installment if I have the time. Overall: 3/5 Overall: 3/5

  6. 4 out of 5

    Linda Levine

    Mila hated her life belonging to a Duke. Humans have little choice in their society and need protection. She is also supposed to hide her magic but her desire for freedom makes her take a risk. Mila finds herself with a new protector who shares her desire for changes to society but staying with him has its own risks. It is an interesting storyline. I liked that Mila is not willing to accept being a second class citizen. She is growing stronger and beginning to see people more clearly. I think the Mila hated her life belonging to a Duke. Humans have little choice in their society and need protection. She is also supposed to hide her magic but her desire for freedom makes her take a risk. Mila finds herself with a new protector who shares her desire for changes to society but staying with him has its own risks. It is an interesting storyline. I liked that Mila is not willing to accept being a second class citizen. She is growing stronger and beginning to see people more clearly. I think the story will be even better as the author has more time to develop the other characters.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephani Knight

    Amazing I think all books could be longer but if i had my way they would never end. I always want to know what happens next. Mila is the pureness that is needed. I like that she is mixed. It makes it more exciting. She has power she doesnt understand but i have a feeling she will. Her boys love her and she needs that. Its stable. I think many women need that in real life. I could see this happening irl. Keep it up dear. I cant wait for the next book

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Brickert

    Good beginning This is the first of a series, so that becomes evident the closer to the end you get. No way is this going to wrap up in time! But it does not end as a cliffhanger, so that's okay. Good characters, and exciting plot. I just wish it was all together as one book instead of a long series. Good read. Good beginning This is the first of a series, so that becomes evident the closer to the end you get. No way is this going to wrap up in time! But it does not end as a cliffhanger, so that's okay. Good characters, and exciting plot. I just wish it was all together as one book instead of a long series. Good read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Fiona Andrew

    Disappointing I was looking forward to this new series unfortunately I was disappointed. While the premise is good the characters lacked depth and the story did not consistently flow. There were grammar mistakes that were frustrating and should have been picked up long before now.

  10. 4 out of 5

    T.

    Short, choppy chapters, leaps in time, and lack of conflict made this a fairly tame read. There was no tension in the storyline or between the characters, and I never came to sympathize with the protagonist, Mila. Weird stuff, like a DJ in a medieval-type setting, threw me out of the reading on occasion. Not a series I'll continue. Short, choppy chapters, leaps in time, and lack of conflict made this a fairly tame read. There was no tension in the storyline or between the characters, and I never came to sympathize with the protagonist, Mila. Weird stuff, like a DJ in a medieval-type setting, threw me out of the reading on occasion. Not a series I'll continue.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Fred

    A witch,a wolf,and a Fry I liked your story.And found it interesting in a different way as your story unfolded with all different characters and twists and turns, and look forward to reading more of your stories

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Lil'n Dunski

    Amazing I'm loving this book. It's fascinating, sexy, fun to read. Dragon Awakened has a great slow burn, incredible characters and good world building. Get sucked into a slow seduction, all the while letting your imagination take you soaring over the edge. Amazing I'm loving this book. It's fascinating, sexy, fun to read. Dragon Awakened has a great slow burn, incredible characters and good world building. Get sucked into a slow seduction, all the while letting your imagination take you soaring over the edge.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    Another great by a superb author. Mila has more luck than most but when she accidentally kills a Fae sheriff, luck seems to run out. Can never get enough of these stories.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    Sorry but I am not very impressed Somehow it feels as if this story was written on the go, as a by the way, with little detail and just the bare minimum.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Marufa Hoque

    "She'd of been happy..." Um, is this supposed to be from a New York Times Bestseller? Did this book see an editor at all? "She'd of been happy..." Um, is this supposed to be from a New York Times Bestseller? Did this book see an editor at all?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey A. Dewey

    Interesting Interesting read that brings out the darkness and the light of fae, shifters, and magic that intertwine within one another.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Tipton

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amy Buxton-Smith

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Lujan

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bri

  22. 4 out of 5

    Orthez

  23. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Mac

  24. 4 out of 5

    D S

  25. 4 out of 5

    Harley

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Wright

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sam Hovasse

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Zuercher Diveley

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alishabuck

  30. 4 out of 5

    Laila

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