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Dragon Heat

Ella J. Phoenix

Book Overview: 

Zoricah, the draconian demigoddess, has limited time to uncover a series of killings before one of her own meets the same fate. Determined not to let that happen, Zoricah has no other choice but to ask for the help of her race’s archenemy.

Tardieh, the Vampire King, has long learnt not to trust the Dragons but when the flames of passion ignite between him and Zoricah, he finds himself torn between overwhelming sexual heat and his centuries-old distrust.

Together they have to overcome their own prejudices before it is too late for their races and their love.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Was he doing that on purpose? Sam knew some vampires had the power of hypnosis, but it didn’t feel like she was being put under. She remembered her name and where she was; she just could not avert her gaze from his. Sam noted he must be a really old vampire for his narrow eyes were dark brown. Younger vampires had a strange crimson film covering their irises. The older they got, the less prominent the redness became. Of course, to the trained eye, vampires were always recognizable by the eerie vibe they gave off as much as for their red-glowing eyes when taken by fury. But not this one. The vampire who was coming toward her had the most penetrating chocolate eyes she had seen in a long time.

He wasn’t smiling, but he wasn’t angry, either. He had reached the bottom of the stairs and was now crossing the dance floor. People opened up the way for him like he was royalty. His long strides were definite like those of someone confident about wh. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Vampires and supernatural beings are all over TV, movies, books, everywhere! I must admit that since Anne Rice's "Interview with a Vampire" came out when I was in college and I saw Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise in all of their vampire glory, I have never read a vampire book.... I know! Crazy! So since th

I have to say that Ella has defiantly won me over. Ella will be on my auto buy list from now on.

Dragon Heat started out with a bang. I really love how we get the back story in the beginning for Zoricah and Tardieh. There is a glossary of terms to help at the beginning of this book. Ella does a great

Draconian and Vampires have been enemies for centuries, but in order to save innocent lives Zoricah and Tardieh have to put their differences aside. Since he’s the Vampire King and she’s a Draconian Demigoddess, completing the task at hand will be both dangerous and difficult.

With the help of their

3.5/5 stars

Narration: Multiple third-person

Character Development: The two main characters of the story are Zoricah (a draconian demigoddess) and Tardieh (the vampire king.) Zoricah and Tardieh first meet in the prologue about 200 years ago. Zoricah is a woman set on saving her people at all cost. Sh

Ella, delivers a dragon and vampire love story like no other out there today. Zoricah is not only a dragon, but she is also a demigoddess, so you get the addition of mythology added with the story. The author added a lot of imagination in the world building and she brings you a lot of great characte

I honestly wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about this book when I started the prologue. Not that there was anything wrong with it. It was actually very interesting, but it was also very dark and violent. Even though it was set in 1800 Romania, I was afraid it was going to set the tone for the en

I found this to be a surprise, for me it wasn’t your normal run of the mill vampire story. I did find it to be interesting. The book started off with a bang and then when we moved to present day I got lost. You will be happy to know I was found and the book took off. I found it to be an enjoyable r

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