Ronan is the only vampire of his kind. Owing somoone a favor, he is sent to protect the beautiful spy, Tyler. He has lived a life of seclusion, but he is immediately taken with Tyler and places her in more danger than he could ever imagine. Ronan must seek out the vampire community he has tried so hard to avoid to keep Tyler safe.
I loved Ronan from the beginning, first appearing in the story so bold and mysterious. Choosing to live in seclusion for reasons soon revealed, I felt a sad for him and I found his character even more endearing. Tyler feels herself incapable of love, and she lives solely for her job. She is tough and fearless, except for when it comes to matters of the heart. Necessity makes it so she must give herself over to trust Ronan, which is unfamiliar territory. Together these two have to explore new feelings of love and trust.
I really enjoyed Monteau’s storytelling. This was a very exciting and fast paced read. From the first pages the action was non-stop and I couldn’t seem to tear my eyes from the pages. It was a fun read, I didn’t have to put a lot of thought into it, and I just sat back and allowed myself to be entertained.
Dragon Lord is the third book in the Haven’s Realm series, but it is able to stand on its own. I enjoyed this read and look forward to learning more about this intriguing vampire community.
Before Tyler Jenkins embarked on her mission to retrieve stolen Government secrets, she reviewed every scrap of intel; memorized floor plans and guard schedules, knew everything she needed to achieve her objective. The one thing she didn’t count on was the interference of one irritating vampire.
Ronan promised to protect an HSA agent infiltrating Courleon’s Consortium. He hadn’t counted on that agent being a woman, and worse: the most intriguing creature he’d laid eyes on for thousands of years. He knew from the start that if he wasn’t careful, he would lead them into a chain of events that could force him to lose control and destroy everything in his path.