Book Review #95: Searing Ecstasy

Author: Setta Jay

Genre: Romance, Erotica, Fiction, Fantasy

Language: English

Series, if any: The Guardians of The Realms series, Book 7

Publisher: Xpresso Book Tours

Date of Publication: 7 October 2015

No. of pages: 213


Drake, the powerful dragon and leader of the Guardians, had the responsibility of protecting all inhabitants of the four Realms for centuries more than that he can remember. He never imagined finding a mate while upholding his responsibilities. But then meets her under the most unusual circumstances. the only problem is she is feral and her powers are increasing beyond control. With unknown enemies on the horizon and yet another God awakened, will he be able to save the one person who completes him? Or will he himself lose to the beast and turn feral?


I was completely hooked on to the series since I finished Book 8. I was finally able to catch up to all the series that are present as of now and I can vouch for it that I was not disappointed. The plot line has been consistent and it is not only provoking and compelling, but the explicit content definitely keeps your dreams enticing and lively. Having so many predecessor, the Book 7 managed to capture the utter loneliness of a powerful leader while capturing his strength and weaknesses.

I did not like the cover image at all. Just because the content promises explicit narration,  doesn’t mean it has to be represented so graphically as a cover image. The title is definitely apt and represents the love story of a dragon leader, but the image definitely lags behind.

My opinion:

I am really looking forward to the future finales and trust me, I am going to keep my eyes peeled out.

My rating: 4 out of 5


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