A Host of Dragons (Dragon Delasangre, #4)
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A Host of Dragons (Dragon Delasangre #4)

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A vessel bearing twelve mysterious passengers arrives at a marina near Peter DelaSangre's secluded island home, heralding the arrival of more sinister events-including the kidnapping of Peter's daughter and a corporation's attack against the family fortune. Now, Peter must uncover the ties that binds these misfortunes together, before it's too late.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published January 3rd 2006 by Roc
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Enjoyed this book of the Dragon DelaSangre series, just as I enjoyed the previous 3. I am kind of sad to think that there may be no more.

Peter find himself under attack, both personally and professionally, but has no idea who is behind the attack. Of course Derek, his wayward brother in law is involved. In his search for a mate Derek manages to bring the wrath of the European Dragons to Peter's doorstep. When a Host of Dragons attack Peter and his family he has no choice but to use all of his r...more
Picked this up at the Dollar General for a buck and thought, meh it's only a dollar if I don't like it. WOW. I really like it! I like the way the author writes in first person during the entire novel. A very interesting take off of the paranormal werewolf/vampire type novels. Instead they're dragons.

While I obviously came into a series of books, I still find it easy to follow and references to past books are explained pretty well. I'm picking up the rest of the series on half.com.. wish I could...more
An original slant on shapeshifting dragons living in modern America. Excellent series.
Continuing the story of the De la Sangre dragons and the family troubles.
Great book. It is too bad the publisher dropped this series.
an excellent capstone to the series
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The Dragon Delasangre (Dragon Delasangre, #1) Dragon Moon (Dragon Delasangre, #2) The Seadragon's Daughter (Dragon Delasangre, #3) Dragon Delasangre Series Books 1-4, Includes The Dragon Delasangre, Dragon Moon, Seadragon's Daughter and A Host of Dragons

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