Book Review The Dragon’s Wing (Kit Davenport #2) by Tate James

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The Dragon’s Wing (Kit Davenport Book 2) BLURB:
I should have known my quest for vengeance would eventually be my downfall. I should have been more careful, more paranoid–but I’m glad I wasn’t. Who knew that getting caught for my crimes would lead to so much happiness?

But joy can be fleeting…

It turns out, this battle is only just beginning. With ultimate power on the line, my faceless enemies will stop at nothing to capture me, dead or alive. I need to master my abilities, fast, or this could be the end for someone I care far too deeply about.

I’m Kit Davenport and this is going to be a bumpy flight.

Warning: This is a reverse harem story with sex, violence and swearing.

Title: The Dragon’s Wing (Kit Davenport #2)
Author: Tate James
Publication Date: November 1st, 2017
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; Paranormal;
Format: Kindle (290 pages)
Rating: 8/10

Book 2 of the Kit Davenport Series is far more interesting and has more action. We now know the group will be part of Kit’s harem, but what about an additional character named Dragomir / Vali?

There is some major plot twist here and be aware of some triggers here, in case you fear books that deal with past inflicted pain and kidnapping / human trafficking. I usually fast read these scenes and don’t pay much attention to it, because it’s not something I am very fond of it.

Kit discovers more about herself and the fact that she has some abilities that bad people are searching for. She is constantly in danger’s path, but the guys keep a close eye on her. A fact that she does not mind a bit.

What I see more and more is that I enjoy the relationship between Kit and Austin. There is so much pent up frustration there regarding mixed signals and feeling, that I cannot wait to see it unfold.

“Austin snorted and rolled his emerald eyes, but I could see a tiny smile pulling at the edges of his mouth as he expertly disconnected his ammunition magazine and flicked out one of the bullets. Every now and then I was struck by just how identical he and Caleb really were, and each of the rare times Austin smiled brought his sweeter twin instantly to mind. Without his signature scowl on his face, the only way to tell them apart would be to see Austin’s abundance of tattoos, and given it was snowing outside, they were all covered by clothes.”

I want to see that I don’t spoiler much, so that is why I will just say that you must keep reading for the good stuff.

There is one thing that bothers me, and if some authors read my review, please pay more attention to writing in other language that you might not know. Don’t use Google Translate. There are some Romanian words there since Vali is Romanian, and they are written wrong and something out of context. The Romanian language is much more complex than you think, and it has too many variables depending on context. Furthermore, Google Translate does not give you proper answers.

Please reach out in your group of fans on FB, because I have seen so many nationalities that, that I am sure anyone would be grateful to help. I am not offended by the lack of this, but I did make me focus too much on it.


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