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Drakon's Knight

(Blood of the Drakon #7)

4.26  ·  Rating details ·  81 ratings  ·  53 reviews
Drakon Jericho Drake, the child of a pure-blood dragon and human, has a simple plan: Kill the leader of the Knights of the Dragon and start a war. Except, when he meets his target, Karina Azarov, she can’t remember who she is. Worst of all––he can’t kill her. His dragon side has just claimed the dangerous woman as his mate.

Karina has no idea why these Drakon’s have taken
ebook, 329 pages
Published June 24th 2019 by Entangled Publishing LLC (Amara) (first published June 21st 2019)
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Perfect afternoon read. The ending was a bit sloppy but the story had a fantastic heroine so I’m a very satisfied reader 😁
♥ WishfulMiss ♥
I have been following this series since day one and I’ve been falling in love with these crazy possessive drakons with each new installment. Drakon’s Knight was a surprise to me, especially when I read the blurb and did a double take when I saw Karina Azarov playing the role of heroine!

Yeah, I was a bit nervous diving into this one because the author did a really good job of making Karina an evil baddie for basically the whole series. So I wasn’t sure how she was going to redeem her or even if
Suzi (Obsessive Reading Disorder)
Yeah! Another installment of this unique world. I just love all of the Drakon books so far. This one made me wonder if I would like it though given the female lead is so awful in the previous books. Karina had a long way to go for redemption in my eyes.

Never fear, the author gave just the perfect read between Karina and Jericho. Of course a little magic, a fated mate and some kick a$$ Drakon's would have made it a worthy read any way.

My only issue with the book was that it seemed to rush to th
 Reading In Pajamas
Jun 25, 2019 marked it as to-read
✦Review: DRAKON’S KNIGHT (Blood of the Drakon) by N.J. Walters
Publication Date: June 24, 2019
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Cori
Rated 4 Stars

I thoroughly enjoyed DRAKON’S KNIGHT. It’s the seventh book in N.J. Walters’ Blood of the Drakon Series. I recommend reading the books in order, but each book can be read as a stand-alone. When I picked up DRAKON’S KNIGHT I was unsure if I would like Karina because I didn’t like her in the previous books,
Jamie Lee Zonneveld
Jun 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
Drakon's Knight was my first book by N. J. Walters and I loved it. Jericho and Karina are amazing, well developed characters. I also loved his best friends and can't wait to read their stories. I'm also going back to the beginning because I really want to read the first books about Drakons.
WTF Are You Reading?
Drakon's Knight, book number 7 in the Blood Of The Drakon series. Is one that while beguiling on the romantic sense. Falls rather short when it comes to action, world building, and character development.
Ringing in on opposite sides of an already untenable situation. We have Drakon Huntress extraordinaire, Karina Azarov.
Leader of the Knights Of The Dragon, and first in line to kill any and all Drakons.
Pitted against her seriously hunky adversary turned love interest. One Jericho Drake.
Who, as fat
Mary Kirkland
Jun 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Karina was marked for death by the Drakon's because she's the leader of the Knights of the Dragon but when they pull her from the car crash, Jericho can't kill her because his dragon has claimed her as their mate. When the Drakon's talk to her they find out that she can't remember who she is or what she does. She has no idea why they would want to kill her. Even more curious is a tattoo on her that has a big wound through it from the crash that the Drakon's find is magical in some way. She's bee ...more
Olivia Farr
Apr 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
DRAKON’S KNIGHTS is full of mystery, romance, and suspense. In this book, Karina Asarov, the head of the Knights of the Dragon, is traveling to a spa getaway when her car is flipped and she is taken by Drakons (who had intended to kill her). The Knights are a group of people who capture and torture Drakons (children of dragons and human women) to get their blood, which has healing and anti-aging properties. Jericho and his lifelong friends have decided to cut off the head of the organization and ...more
First of all, I LUUURRRRVVVEEE DRAGONS!!! Anyone who has read my reviews know that I love these beautiful and dangerous beings to pieces. Who doesn't love a Dragon? They are all possessive, roaring fire and sweeping graces with their immense wingspan, damn but I love them!
Anyway this is my first read by NJ Walters and though there is a bit of back story to these characters, I did not feel lost. So Karina is a baddie to these beloved Dragons, and needles to say her amnesia is not fooling any of
Sissy's Romance Book Review
Drakon's Knight by N.J. Walters is book 7 in the Blood of the Drakon Series. This is the story of Karina Azarov and Jericho Drake. This can be a standalone book but the series has a underlining on going story, past characters do make an appears in this book.
Karina is the head of the Knights of the Dragon and while driving her car is and she is taken by a Drakon. When she wakes up she doesn't remember much. Jericho was sent to kill Karina but he starts to realize that she is his mate. Karina sta
Apr 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Drakon's Knight
By N.J Walter's

Drakon Jericho Drake, is the child of a pure-blood dragon and a human female. He has figured out a simple plan: to kill the leader of the Knights of the dragon and therefore start a war. Except, after he crashes the car she's in and meets his target, Karina Azarov. Karina can not for the life of her remember who she really is and the worse problem yet. He can't kill her because his dragon side has just claimed the dangerous woman as his mate and make no mistake
Jun 08, 2019 rated it liked it
3 1/2 to 4

Good end to series, but seemed to drag at times. Interesting plot that the one he wanted to kill was his mate. The info we got on the h was and explained most of her actions throughout the series. The drakons were again sexy as ever, but pulled the H in so many directions he didn’t know what to think.

Good series with a good ending,

Received a copy from the publisher for a honest review.
Nikki Brooks
Karina Asarov is head beatch of the Knights of the Dragon. She has been the shadow of most of the Drakon. But she has felt...wrong for a while now. She knows her team are lying to her and she wants to get to the bottom of it. But before she can her convoy is attacked and she is carried off by the very people she wants to annihilate. But will she be able to survive when she realises her whole world is a carefully constructed sham?

Jericho was supposed to kill Karina but he finds himself drawn to t
Kelly-Jo Sweeney
May 07, 2019 rated it liked it
This is the seventh book in a series, something that I wasn't actually aware of when I started reading it. I don't think that really mattered though, as I didn't feel that there was anything missing or that I didn't understand as the story progressed.
In some ways, this is a bit of an unusual story. It is a tale of enemies to lovers but is perhaps a little different as in this case, the hero and heroine don't slowly discover that they feel for one another, but it's quite sudden and then they have
Jun 29, 2019 rated it really liked it
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When all the original brothers ended up matched up with their mates, I sadly thought that was the last I would see of this wonderful world. Lucky for us - there are more drakons out there! I mean, it's bad for them, because it means that they haven't yet met their brothers and realized how awesome they all are, but we'll get there.

Jericho is a member of his own little family. Grouped together in a company, which just happens to be a group of mercenaries for hire, he's made his own way in this wo
in this installment things get changed up and someone who hasn't read the prior books would be able to read this without feeling lost. we are introduced to a new cast of characters with the exception of our heroine who who has had brief bits in prior books as the enemy leader and her body guard who plays a small but surprisingly pivotal role in this story. Yes the enemy leader who all drakon hate & want gone is our heroine and her path there is interesting with some twists and turns but is w ...more
Marsha Spohn
Reviewed at Keeper Bookshelf

DRAKON’S KNIGHT is an intense, action-packed addition to the Blood of the Drakon series that brings the two most powerful enemies together to face off at last. Only. Karina has no idea of who she truly is. And Jericho’s plan for the greatest enemy of the Drakon gets a major hitch when he discovers that his enemy is his mate. A mate who has no idea of who she is, what she’s done or why she’s been the most ruthless of Knights hunting the Drakon.

Karina’s and Jericho’s st
Eva Millien
Jun 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Jericho Drake has a simple plan – kill the leader of the Knights of Dragon and start a war, except when he meets his target, she can’t remember who she is and he can’t kill her. Karina Azarov has no idea why the Drakons have taken her in and she certainly doesn’t understand why she’s so drawn to her captor. Mated or not, if Karina gets her memory back, Jericho may get his war… and one of them will die.

This ‘Blood of the Drakon story is a wonderfully suspenseful and emotionally gripping star-cros
Jul 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!!
***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I got a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book! I loved this book, and I will be buying it since already own the rest of the series!

The cover is mysterious and beautiful.

This is the 7th book in this series. It is not necessary to read the books in order, but you may find you want to read them in order because characters do pop
May 26, 2019 rated it liked it
As this book doesn’t have a number I’m assuming it’s book seven in the Drakon series.
I’ve read books 1 and 4 there is a little story going on from book to book, but I don’t think it makes too much difference to the story.

Jericho has lived with hate for the society (Knights of the Dragon) for as long as he can remember, and now he wants a war. Kill the leader and a war will definitely start. His target is simple ....

Poor Karina can’t remember who she is and how she got here. (A car accident has
May 20, 2019 rated it liked it
I’ve only read the one book (Book 6, Drakon’s Tear) in the series & loved it so much I was delighted to have the opportunity to read/review the next book in the series. While good, it didn’t captivate me as much as the previous one.

Karina is the leader of the Knights of the Dragon and Jericho, a drakon assassin and his 3 fellow drakons are targeting to murder her. When their latest intelligence shows that she will be travelling to a spa only lightly guarded, they strike, injuring her gravely
Jun 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Drakon's Knight has mystery, intrigue, suspense, action and a whole lot of steamy chemistry between Karina Asarov and Jericho Drake. Blood of the Drakon book seven by N.J. Walters brings the thought to be number one villain in the series into the hands of a Drakons.

Jericho Drake planned to stop the Knights of the Dragons by cutting off the head of the snake. However, things often do not go as planned which is true in this case. Karina Asarov is hurt but not killed. From there life becomes very
Sandy Kelly
May 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book is a part of the Blood of the Drakon's series and I would absolutely read those book's before you read this one!! Otherwise you will probably be confused and not understand what is going on in this one, or understand the things that are spoken about. This one is about Jericho Drake and Karina Azarov. Jericho has a plan with some of his fellow Drakon's to take out the head of the Knight's of the Dragon once and for all. But in the process of trying to execute that plan Karina, who is th ...more
Jul 11, 2019 rated it liked it
Once again I dive in midway through a series at book 7 having not read any of the series. But with this book? You totally don’t need to have read any of the others- you can jump straight in, and that is the mark of a good series in my opinion!
Our hero is a Drakon (think shapeshifting dragon) and he is out to destroy a company that have been targeting their kind. He sets out to assassinate their leader... until he finds that she is his mate. Enter our heroine who is in an accident instead of as
I didn't realize this was part of a series so needless to say I was never lost or confused by the story line. I absolutely loved this book! Kick a$$ alphas and tough heroines are my thing, but N.J. Walters not only revealed the tough leader that Karina Azarov had always been but a very vulnerable side of her also. She thought she kept it well hidden, but Jericho, as her fated mate, saw right through her. I appreciated the fierce loyalty amongst this ragtag band of "brothers" and only wish I'd be ...more
Lisa Mueller
May 15, 2019 rated it really liked it
They say that opposites attract and in this case it's definitely true. Jericho and his group of Drakons (children of dragons and humans) are out to kidnap Karina, the head of the Knights (who like to use Drakons for their blood or kills them). The group manages to capture Karina after an accident, but during the capture Karina loses her memory. This means she doesn't remember that Jericho and his friends are supposed to be her enemies.

I loved how Jericho fought his attraction to Karina in this b
The Word Nerd Reviews Blog
When I first saw that the female lead for Drakon’s Knight was none other than Karina Asarov, my first instinct was total disbelief, honestly, how is that going to work? The leader of the Knights of the Dragon, who we’ve seen through the entire series as a cold, hard, ruthless woman, a drakon’s mate? No way!

I should have had faith in this author. Drakon’s Knight ended up being one of my favourites of this series. The totally conflicted, but at the same time, completely loyal, Jericho and Karina a
This is Book 7 in the Blood of the Drakon series. This can be read as a stand-alone, but I would recommend reading the first books in the series so that you can understand the background story. Karina is the head of the Knights of the Dragon. She ends up with amnesia due to a car wreck and this is when she meets Jericho who was sent to kill her. Jericho just happens to be a Drakon. The chemistry between the two of them is awesome. And now Jericho knows she’s his mate and he can’t kill her. This ...more
Mary L
Jun 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I love Ms. Walters' books. Even though Karina was a villain who has done some messed up things she still inspires compassion. Ms. Walters entices you into really relating to the heroine and some of her emotions. Karina is a strong woman that faces her actions and the possible consequences of those actions head on. I loved Jericho and his honesty and his love for his brothers of the heart. I liked all of the handsome drakon guys and I can't wait to meet their mates and read their adventures. I en ...more
Lin Cunningham
May 15, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is the latest in the Blood of the Drakon series. Karina Azarov has featured in previous books as head of the Knights of the Dragons but this is the first time we’ve met Jericho & his fellow Drakons. Jericho is on a mission to kill the head of the Knights of the Dragons & start a war to end their organisation but when he meets Karina he is unable to carry it out. After the car crash caused by the attack Karina has amnesia & an injured shoulder that has damaged a strange tattoo sh ...more
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Once upon a time N.J. had the idea that she would like to quit her job at the bookstore, sell everything she owned, leave her hometown, and write romance novels in a place where no one knew her. And she did. Two years later, she went back to the bookstore and her hometown and settled in for another seven years.

One day she gave notice at her job on a Friday morning. On Sunday afternoon, she receive

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Blood of the Drakon (7 books)
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  • Drakon's Prey (Blood of the Drakon, #2)
  • Drakon's Plunder (Blood of the Drakon, #3)
  • Drakon's Past (Blood of the Drakon, #4)
  • Drakon Unchained (Blood of the Drakon, #5)
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