Dragon Marked, a paranormal novel by Jaymin Eve. Book review was done by Penny Cooper.
“There are supernatural prisons hidden across the globe. Contained within these fortresses are some of the deadliest criminals from the five supernatural races: vampire, shifter, fey, magic users and demi-fey.
Jessa Lebron, twenty-two, has spent her entire life in Stratford, Connecticut, one of the gateway towns adjoining these prisons which protect the fortified borders. She’s a wolf shifter, and her father leads the town council. She learns that much of her life has been hidden from her, secrets which threaten to tear apart her world. Especially the biggest secret of them all.
She is dragon marked.
Jessa only knows what she’s been told about the dragon marked, that they are dangerous and must be eliminated to prevent the rise of the dragon king, the powerful warmonger who had his head removed a thousand years ago. So now Jessa’s on the biggest hit list of all. Dragon mark hunters are lethal and her only hope to evade detection is to keep the energy contained.
As more secrets unfold she finds herself locked up in Vanguard, the notorious American supernatural prison. Thankfully she’s not alone. Braxton, the dragon-shifter has her back. Together they must survive long enough to free themselves and the other dragon marked.
Because it’s time for the dragon marked to rise”
The story-line of this book was extremely engaging. It was fast paced and dragged you in right from the beginning. Jessa’s relationship with the Compass quads is so unique and incredible. Part of me wants to smack Jessa, because it’s ridiculously obvious that Braxton has feelings for her. It’s never said in the book, but really we all know it’s going to come out eventually. Jaymin Eve does a great job in writing so the reader can really picture everything that’s going on. I love that in an author. Something to note though, this book has a lot of swearing. The author states that on the Amazon page, but wow. Now the book is listed under Teen/YA, but I think it’s definitely 18+. Not only is there a lot of swearing, but the main characters are 22, way past the teen years. I would recommend this book, unless the swearing offends you, and I plan on reading the next one in the series.
(4 / 5)
Description of Dragon Marked by Jaymin Eve, taken from Amazon.