Cara Bristol’s Line of Fyre

Title: Line of Fyre
Author: Cara Bristol
Publisher: Cara Bristol
Published Date: 23rd March 2020
Page Count: 215
Price: $4.99 (I received a free copy)
Reviewer: Gwendoline SK Terry (24 March 2020)

You know things are bad on Earth when you’re the president’s daughter and becoming a concubine to an alien dragon shifter seems like your best option…

Helena Marshfield made a big mistake. But making it right puts her life in danger. She’s forced to flee and become the concubine of the Draconian prince. She never expects to be attracted to the “dragon man,” and has no intention of making the relationship real.

Prince T’mar has no wish to consort with a human. Unfortunately, his father, the king, decrees he must accept her, his dragon mistakes her for their mate, and worse, the flame-haired female stirs his desires. Still, he intends to deposit her at the palace and fly away.

But when powers on Earth draw them into the line of fire, will their unexpected, unwanted burning attraction be the one thing that can save them?

Firstly, I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout.

This is the second instalment of the Alien Dragon Shifter series and even though I haven’t read the first novel, I was not hindered at all by the lack of knowing what happened before. Cara Bristol wrote it perfectly to be a stand-alone.

At first, I didn’t know what to expect – shape-shifting space dragons were a bit “out there” for me, but then I don’t tend to read sci-fi at all. The romance of “Line of Fyre” convinced me to read it, and it really was a cute romance. Without spoiling, there was an unexpected twist near the end that foreshadows an exciting next novel. I was intrigued by the priestess, O’ne – even without the twist, I would read the next novel just to find out more about her.