No Good Dragon Goes Unpunished (Heartstrikers #3) By: Rachel Aaron

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No Good Dragon Goes Unpunished (Heartstrikers #3) By: Rachel Aaron

Plot:

When Julius overthrew his mother and took control of his clan, he thought he was doing right by everyone. But sharing power isn’t part of any proper dragon’s vocabulary, and with one seat still open on the new ruling Council, all of Heartstriker is ready to do whatever it takes to get their claws on it, including killing the Nice Dragon who got them into this mess in the first place.

To keep his clan together and his skin intact, Julius is going to have to find a way to make his bloodthirsty siblings play fair. But there’s more going on in Heartstriker Mountain than politics. Every family has its secrets, but the skeletons in Bethesda’s closet are dragon sized, and with Algonquin’s war looming over them all, breaking his clan wide open might just be the only hope Julius has of saving it.

Review:

Damnit why is the next book not out already? There is so much still left up in the air that I want answers too. Things that I want characters to realize so that I can see what the big deal is about it.

What the hell Bob? Did he just do what I think he did cause Chelsie is going to kick his ass and rightfully so if he did.

The ending was great, clearly, the rest of the book was good but it took a while to pick up steam. There was a lot of, not build up, but kind of boring stuff. You learned a lot about the Heartstrikers, and it was necessary, I guess, but it made the beginning slow. I wouldn’t quiet say it dragged, but only because at this point I’m emotionally invested in the world and characters so I wanted to know more.

Really excited for the next book.

4/5

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