Dragon Blood (World of the Lupi, #14) by Eileen Wilks

Dragon Blood (World of the Lupi, #14)

The battle against a vengeful goddess reaches a climactic point as Lily Yu must now face the ultimate challenge in a dangerous new realm—without her husband, Rule...When a mission to rescue five children stolen by an Old One falls apart under the assault of a demon prince, Lily wakes up in a strange reality—and is immediately taken captive by the dragon spawn who rule there. Jumping worlds has fractured her party, and Cynna is her only compan...


Details Dragon Blood (World of the Lupi, #14)

TitleDragon Blood (World of the Lupi, #14)
ISBN9780399583155
Author
Release DateJan 2nd, 2018
PublisherBerkley Jove
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Urban Fantasy, Romance, Paranormal Romance
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Reviews Dragon Blood (World of the Lupi, #14)

  • Beth
    2017-12-04
    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars for me.I received this ARC copy of Dragon Blood from Berkley Publishing Group. This is my honest and voluntary review. Dragon Blood is set for publication Jan. 2, 2...
  • RachelW (BamaGal)
    2017-08-07
    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ‘stuff’. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have been a single book; with a heavy round of editing.I didn’t care for the story being set fully in the dragon realm, I much prefer the storylines that stay in the ...
  • Shelley
    2017-10-20
    *Source* NetGalley*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Rating* 3.0*Thoughts*Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that book is one of the very few in this series that ended on a stunning cliffhanger. This is a series that features FBI Special Agent Lily Yu, and her husband Rule Tanner who are f...
  • Linda
    2017-12-20
    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world, Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Events were going at breakneck speed and the culminating battle was not going well, so Lily and a few others were whisked to another realm. Events from the previous boo...
  • Kathy Martin
    2017-12-01
    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bitch and it looks like the dragon spawn on Dragonhome have made some sort of deal with her.They are taken from Dis to Long Jia by Gan who doesn't manage to keep them...
  • Deborah Kehoe
    2017-12-04
    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily because she wants to use Lily’s body as an avatar on Earth. Magic does not have an effect on Lily, which makes her the perfect host. As Dragon Blood begins right wh...
  • Michele
    2017-11-29
    This was an advance reading copy.I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great!I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their interactions, and I didn't think I would like their interactions with others as much (I haven't previously). But this book was really enjoyable, even with them split up.