Title: Passion Ignites
(Dark Kings #7)
Author: Donna Grant
Length: 368 pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Rating: 3 Stars
He consumed her with that kiss, leaving no question that whatever was happening between them was meant to be—that it had always been meant to be…
HE LOVES FOR ETERNITY
Thorn is the bad boy of the Dragon Kings, a gorgeous, reckless warrior whose passions run wild and fury knows no bounds. When he sees the brave, beautiful Lexi being lured into the Dark Fae’s trap, he has no choice but to rescue her from a fate worse than death. But by saving this tempting mortal, he exposes himself to his fiercest enemy—and darkest desires. As the war between Dragons and Fae heats up, so does the passion between Lexi and Thorn. And when love is a battlefield, the heart takes no prisoners…
SHE LIVES FOR VENGEANCE
Lexi is on a mission of justice. Every day, she searches for the monster who murdered her friend. Every night, she hides in the shadows and plots her revenge. But the man she seeks is more dangerous than she ever imagined. He is one of the Dark Fae who preys on human life, who uses his unearthly power to seduce the innocent, and who is setting a trap just for her. Nothing can save Lexi from a creature like this—except the one man who’s been watching her every move… -Goodreads
Passion Ignites is the seventh full length novel in Donna Grant's Dark Kings series. Featuring Dragon King, Thorn, and his vengeful vixen, Lexi. This story has all the trademark fight, fervour, and frustration that it has become known for.
With leading lady Lexi making a strong showing in the department of badassery. As she embarks on a one woman quest to find the Dark Fae responsible for the murder of her friend. A quest which lands her right in the middle of the on going battle between the Dark Fae and the Dragon Kings. A quest which puts her heart and soul, on a direct path to Thorn.
Passion Ignites is one of those books that functions as continuation of the preexisting story-line. With the exception of Lexi's twist; all other subplots remain unchanged from those introduced in Soul Scorched (book 6).
For his part, because Thorn has spent so much of his time in previous books playing the beta to someone else's alpha. His transition to the fore in this novel, doesn't pack the punch that one might expect.