Book Review: Skydreamer by Sheryl Winters

skydreamerTitle: Skydreamer

Author: Sheryl Winters

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Rating: 5 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

For fire talent, Jaden Zarie, life is far from a fairy tale. Blisters from any contact with water, check. Sleeping in a shed behind your greedy Uncle’s house, check. Ex-boyfriend scouting the bar where you work for one-night stands every night, double check.

When Jaden sets off to secure a new life with her two sisters, winning a contest with a huge pile of gold on the line seems like a quick fix. Getting hitched to Draven Winterbourne, King of the Dragon-changers, and finding true love, was beyond anything she could have hoped for.

But a friend turned enemy threatens to take it all away. Jaden is thrust into an alternate universe and separated from her new husband and her sisters, she must summon up the courage to start over, alone, knowing she may never see any of them again.

Dragons. I’m in love with them. Seriously, I love dragons more than any other fantasy creature. And Skydreamer offers dragons, so to say I was hooked from the start is quite an understatement.

Jaden Zarie’s life is anything but a fairytale. She’s a fire talent, so whenever she gets in contact with water, it hurts her. On top of that, she and her sister are in dire financial need, and working in the bar run by her uncle who is a greedy, selfish man and barely pays them enough money for food. Jaden and her twin decide that if they want to give their kid sister a better life, they’ll have to run away.

Jaden and her twin sister, Isla, are very similar yet they do have different personalities, and that shows because each of them has a different perspective that they share throughout the book, and after a while, you kind of know when you’re in Jaden’s head and when you’re in Isla’s head without being told so.

After the sisters run away, Jaden ends up getting maried to Draven Winterbourne, King of the Dragon-changers, and it’s this that turns their entire lives upside down. But the contest beforehand was pretty exciting too. Really, this book is like a gift that keeps on living, a rollercoaster that never stops. The pacing is fast, and at times so many things were going on that I wanted to urge myself to read faster!

The romantic interests are engaging in their own way, but my favorite had to be Draven. The book offers a lot of original elements, and solid world building. Basically, if you like fantasy and paranormal romance, I’d highly recommend this book.

Comments

  1. Thank you. What a lovely review! You do my writers heart good!

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