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Publisher's Summary

Gwen's never wanted to be a leader, but when no one else stepped up, she took on the role. As the mayor of post-apocalyptic Shreveport, she's made decisions to protect her people...and most of them have backfired disastrously. 

When she discovers the dangerous gold dragon lurking outside of the fort has decided she's his mate, heartsick Gwen thinks the best thing she can do is confront him and take him far away from the city.   

She does this to save her people - her sister, her friends, her fort. She doesn't expect to understand the dragon. She certainly doesn't expect to fall in love.  

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Ruby Dixon (P)2018 Tantor

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adorable thunder and lightning it's a great time

these two are adorable and the amount of time spent not understanding each other and wishing to is amazing and I like how far they show the dragons are capable going if they want to to learn the language it's implied in the first book that Kyle chooses not to learn it and in this book is made heavily clear it's adorable and new dangers approach very excited for the nextbook.
as usual I would highly recommend

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Poor leadership role

For a woman being in a leadership role and scared to make any decision. She frustrats you that she makes no decision. Or that people literally have to force to make a decision. Even mating with her mate near the end of the book. She loves him so much but still is nervous in mating. I was not happy with this book because the female character is so weak.

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Another excellent listening experience

Fire in his Spirit is book 5 of the series and continues the growing number of Dragons finding their mate, growing the storyline. As always with Ruby Dixon you'll find the same steamy sex and a HEA. This book focuses on Gwen and Vaughn. The Narrators continue their outstanding performances. Loved it!

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  • goldengirl
  • 2018-10-18

Worst in the series

I’ve been waiting for this to come out as every story in this series has been good and I’m utterly disappointed with the author. How could you drag out everything this far. You made Gwen’s character so frustrating with no real reason. Her character ultimate comes off very selfish not considering the male characters feelings at all because she looks down on his intelligence. She’s constantly starting something sexual and then rejects him when she decides she can’t go all the way when she knows he is wanting to mate. I don’t even get why you dragged this story on his way. This is supposed to be an erotic romance and with four hours left in a ten hour book theirs just one erotic scene and no sex at all. The two main characters are moving at a snails pace and I feel sorry for the dragon. This the worst book in this series, do better.

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  • martha
  • 2018-10-18

I hate Gwen.......

A good 80 percent of this book was repetition of Gwen saying the same thing over and over.

I hate the fact that she complains about being a leader and then when she's not the leader she turns around saying that her responsibility is to be a leader.

What really gets on my nerves does that she knows that Vaan needs to bond with her. She already put into her mind that she will bond with him and then she turns around and doesn't and wait till half the book to do it.

This book literally should have been just three hours long.

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  • jojo beanz
  • 2020-01-14

the heroine is stupid. i hate this book .

the heroine knows what to do to help her people. she knows what to do to help her dragon. yet she lets everyone suffer. she admits her deepests fears and and when asked what to do she says she does not know. ummmmmmmm, you have the knowledge, u have had your come to jesus moment and yet you do nothing. uhggggg, what an utter b*tch. hate the book. live the series.


love the narrators


author: throwing u serious side eye on this faece of a book. im rerurning it.

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  • Kiki
  • 2019-05-31

pity party

for over half of this book it was like nothing but a pity party or she was in desperate need of psychiatry. I wish the ending of the book would have came halfway through because she became more interesting and strong that part I loved reading how they work together.

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  • J
  • 2019-05-03

Love the series...

I love this series but I just found Gwen annoying, and whiny. All but two hours were her complaining or thinking she wasn’t good enough. Excellent narration as usual.

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  • BlueBonnet Onit
  • 2018-12-25

A great series

Gwen and Vonn are a well paired couple. I have eagerly waited for their story. It sounds like the series is taking an interesting turn.

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  • Brandi
  • 2021-07-06

Frustrating

Not quite done with this book yet, but I can tell you it is very frustrating. The main character is very indecisive, she can't choose what she wants and it is the most frustrating thing. I am 3/4 of the way into the book and still nothing has happened.

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  • TA
  • 2020-06-04

Not as good as the other stories

This book was actually boring to me. Not sure why this one was written this way. An indecisive Black woman in need of others to tell her what to do because of what? It didn’t make sense to me. Bias comes through when compared to the other books. Disappointed with this. The narrators were good as usual, just a lousy story.

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  • Charity O.
  • 2020-11-15

It’s really not that bad

Some of the reviews are super harsh. I quite like the character of Gwen. I think that she could’ve been more fleshed out, but as character go in the series, she’s a pretty good heroine. I mean—no one can be worse than Amy. That being said, I am a bit of a stickler who doesn’t particularly—as a black woman—like when white people write stories about POC. I appreciate Dixon wanting to make a story that’s a little diverse, but there are just some moments that feel a bit contrived. While black folks and those of African descent are not a monolith, I do believe there is certain level of nuance given to a text when we write about ourselves. I got the same icky feeling with Emma’s installment and Emma is my favorite of the women. It was also weird that Noelle spoke with a dare I say “stereotypical” accent for Emma in this installment when she didn’t have one in her book. That REALLY put me off. That being said, I love the overall story and how it’s coming together. And while I do find it cringey in parts to hear a white woman do the voice of a WOC, especially—because I’m biased—a black woman, I really want to hear Mileena’s story. Consider giving Noelle a break and give a black narrator some work. Also, perhaps get a black woman to consult you. I’d be happy to help haha

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  • Jaime
  • 2018-11-26

Cant Wait!

Cant wait to see where the story goes!
I tend to think along the lines of an Apocalypse, and never would have thought of this one. Its Great!
Cheers!
Love Your Books!

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