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Storm's Heart by Thea Harrison
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really liked it

Great addition to the series.

Storm's Heart picks up where Dragon Bound left off. With Tricks, the head of PR for Dragos’ company coming to terms with becoming the Dark Fae Queen. After her uncle is killed by Dragos, Tricks comes out of hiding after many years with the Wyr and begins the journey to ascend the throne.

While being escorted by her cousins back to her land to take her place as Queen, Tricks (her real Niniane), has an attempt on her life by those same cousins. The event has been recorded on a cell phone which shows her killing the men as she defends herself. The recorded struggle is broadcast all over the world as Niniane holds up in a motel pondering what to do next and who to trust since it seems her own family is trying to kill her.

Dragos calls an emergency meeting to show the recorded clip to his staff and Tiago who is quietly standing in the corner as usual, immediately heads out the door to track her down to make sure she is safe. Tiago has been around for eons and in his Wyr form as a ThunderBird is a great hunter and he takes off to find Niniane.

He finds her hold up and discovers she is more determined than ever to take her place as the Queen and Tiago has to find a way to keep her safe. On their journey toward the “other” land they fight off another attempt on Niniane’s life and struggle with how to gain acceptance with her people as the rightful Queen.

Tiago and Niniane grow closer while trying to find who wants to keep her from being Queen. I love the chemistry between and the way they show how they feel about each other. Along their journey current friends and new friends help toward their goal.

Wonderful book and I am looking forward to the next one to catch up familiar characters and meet new ones.

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Reading Progress

May 17, 2011 – Shelved
August 15, 2011 – Started Reading
August 18, 2011 – Finished Reading

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