If the Dragons die out, so does humanity & the Druids will not stop until they achieve it. Sloane, the Hybrid, maybe their last hope to prevent this tragedy.
Title: Dragons & Druids
Author: Leia Stone
Genres: Fantasy > Paranormal > Dragons / Magic
Read Format: Kindle Edition
Total Pages: 721
Reading Date: 31st October 2023 – 06th November 2023
The reading order – How to Read Dragons & Druids Series by Leia Stone
- 0.5 Logan
- 1 Skyborn
- 2 Earthbound
- 3 Magictorn
For years he’s been the last dragon shifter alive, the only one keeping humanity from mass extinction. Until now. The female dragon shifter from his dreams. She’s real. But he won’t see an end to his loneliness unless he can keep her alive.
After scouring the earth to find no sign of the other Dragon shifters, Logan is convinced that he is alone, a last-standing Dragon shifter protecting humanity. Living with his protector (a pack of animal shifters) isn’t enough, and he longs for his kind.
Lately, he has been dreaming about a dragon girl, and fate must have taken pity on him as the girl in his recurring dream is real. But time is of the essence as the girl is in danger, and he needs to find this girl as soon as possible before the druid and hunters kill her.
This novella is a short introduction to the characters we’re about to meet in the main book. I haven’t read Skyborn yet, but I think the main story will solely be in Sloane’s POV, and this short story is the only chance we could read from Logan’s POV.
From the information in this book thus far, Sloane will have problems with Sophie, and I think Nadine will be her best friend. This book is a great start, and I’m as intrigued as Logan as why Sloane suddenly appears and the story behind it. I look forward to reading Skyborn and getting to know Sloane.
Alone, on the run, and fighting for her life.
Sloane Murphy thought hiking the Grand Canyon alone after graduation would be an awesome adventure. Until she slips and starts to plummet to her death. Then the unthinkable happens.
She transforms into… a dragon.
After flying to safety and trying to convince herself she isn’t having a mental breakdown, the hunters come for her. She runs, somehow managing to stay one step ahead of them. Until her luck runs out. Now the hunters have her and they intend to kill, not capture.
That’s when he comes for her.
Logan Sharp is the last dragon shifter alive. Or so he thinks until he gets word that the druids are hunting a red-headed female. His team takes her in, sheltering her because there is a truth she must learn: if the Skyborn dies out, then so does humanity.
But Sloane is hiding a dark secret that she doesn’t even know yet. A secret that could change everything.
The story follows Sloane, a twenty-one-year-old girl who has just discovered she isn’t a normal human being but a dragon-shifter, and she has been running away ever since the transformation as some crazy hunters start hunting her.
The story was captivating and full of adventure, but there were a few moments where Sloane’s behaviour felt a bit irritating. Her headstrong nature, while admirable, often led her into situations that made her come across as brash and naive.
Sloane tends to run away when a problem arises. This can frustrate the reader, as the action leads to Sloane making poor decisions and endangering the team more than she already has.
Despite her flaws, however, Sloane is an endearing character that the reader can root for. The story is filled with exciting action and thrilling moments, and Sloane’s journey to learn her power is an enjoyable one.
Overall, Skyborn is a pleasant read and an engaging start to the Dragons and Druids series.
After finding out about her unique heritage, Sloane is taken under the wing of an Earth druid. She’s told she must learn to control both of her warring powers or they will consume her.
She needs a special staff, made just for her, to help channel her unique magic. The problem? It’s only made by one very reclusive elf.
She and her team set off to hunt down this elf in hopes of controlling the dangerous power within her.
But what she doesn’t know is that she too is being hunted.
The second book in the series brings a whole new set of emotions and action-packed scenes. Romance is blooming between Sloane and Logan, while new issues and problems keep popping up in the shifter’s world. We also get to see the characters develop and grow in a way that keeps us hooked throughout the entire book.
However, there is one thing I dislike about the plot of this book. The team put a lot of effort into getting the staff, and the maker got killed, and she only got to use it for how many times? It felt like a waste of time and energy, but that’s the twists and turns in this story and how unpredictable it can be.
Be warned, the ending ends with a cliffhanger that will make you desperate to grab the next book, pronto.
Sloane finds herself captured, and in the presence of the evil druid Ardan. It will take all her cunning trickery and help from friends in order to break free.
Now the real work begins. A war has begun and Sloane won’t stop until it ends with her and Logan’s happily ever after.
I recently finished the final book in the Dragons & Druids series, and while the content was good, I can’t say I was as captivated by it as other series I have read by the same author. It wasn’t the kind of story that kept me up all night, eagerly turning page after page to find out what happened next.
Nonetheless, I was satisfied with the ending and the way the story wrapped up. It was a good story and a great way to end the series. All the main characters got a happy ending, which was great, but not so much for the villains, who got what they deserved. I hope the druid master’s vision will come true for the stray druids.
Anyway, at the end of the book, the author mentioned that she might write a spin-off, which I wouldn’t mind reading if she does indeed finish the series. I’m curious if she already published it or if it’s still in the works because I’ve read eight of the other series but didn’t notice it. Either way, I’m looking forward to it!