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Destiny Kills by Keri Arthur
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Dec 15, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: paranormal

An interesting, less chick-lit view of dragons, and the complex social structures of air versus sea dragons was unique. Destiny was held captive for 11 years by brutal scientists who wanted to study dragons, but she and her lover, Egan, escape, though Egan dies in the attempt. Destiny briefly suffers memory loss (and lack of clothes, money, transportation, any idea of her location, or what to do next) then encounters a handsome theif who is also something other than human. As they race to try to meet pressing family obligations, and still get back in time to the research facility to save her mother and some young dragons who are also being held captive, you genuinely begin to care about them, their races, their plight, and are drawn into their magical world.

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