- An ancient discovery has been made close to the city of Aurelia—one that promises wealth and power equal only to the dangerous secrets lying at its heart.
With three powerful groups vying for control of the discovery’s unlimited potential, it will take a delicate touch not to tip the scales toward war. Something Tate Fisher, a newly accepted dragon-ridden with a bit of a memory problem, has never been known for possessing.
Tate must learn to navigate the undercurrents of this society if she wants her friends and empire to come out the other side in one piece. Because these secrets involve Tate, and they don’t intend to let her go so easily.
- 4 out of 5
- Of bone and Ruin, I was not as grand as the first book. Now don’t good me wrong still an awesome read. It just seemed to move a lot more slower than the first. And Tate, oh my lovely Tate it seems she’s either growing up or getting put on a leash. She didn’t get herself in as many funny problems as the first.
- What I liked, the mystery surrounding the Creatures and Saviors. What is going on there? I still can’t quiet figured it out and the suspense is killing me. Rhy wow. I say his dragon and him are slowly staking claim on Tate. Not much actions between the two but when they are interacting together it shows of something possessive. Love alpha males.
- I really can’t say there was anything I didn’t like about the book. It was a really good read and everything but it just didn’t have me laughing or going ‘oh crap’ I like first.
- I would definitely recommend it to others who love Fantasy, Strong Heroins, Adventure and Sci-Fi. It’s a little on the Sci-Fi side.