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Kindle Review… Dragon Destiny: Guardian Dragons of Prospect Falls book 4 by Serena Meadows 📱

Dragon Destiny: Guardian Dragons of Prospect Falls book 4 by Serena Meadows 


Gabriel is the town’s trusted doctor…
Chloe hawks potions, herbs, and promises…
He’ll put her out of business, unless she puts him under her spell…?

By night, Gabriel prowls the streets of Prospect Falls alongside his fellow dragon-shifter guardians. When day breaks, he swaps his steel weapons for a white coat and a stethoscope. Beloved by the townspeople, Dr. Gabriel’s waiting room is always full—which is why he’s so surprised to one day find it empty.

It doesn’t take long to discover where his patients have gone. One of Gabriel’s naïve, elderly neighbors is playing host to an out-of-towner with a suitcase full of potions. But there’s more to Chloe than first meets the eye. Past her sensual curves and fierce green eyes is a vulnerability that dampens his anger. Is she worthy of his empathy, or bewitching him with her magic?

The more time he spends with the young woman, the more his defenses slip away. But evil is lurking in the sweet town of Prospect Falls, and Gabriel needs to be on his guard more than ever.

Guardian Dragons of Prospect Falls 

Book 1 Dragon Savior: 

Book 2 Dragon Mate’s Secret:

Book 3 Dragon Hero:

Book 4 Dragon Destiny: 

Publication date 12/5/2020 *

My review….. 

Chloe is a witch, but not that she’d let you know, something in her past is keeping her from her full potential.  She’s been drawn to Prospect Falls for a long time, she’s just been avoiding it, but now she’s here, it feels like home. But she needs a place to stay before she decides what to do about her future…..
Gabriel is the town doctor. He loves his job, but at the moment it’s a chore, he’s being spread thin with the demons, the council, his guardian friends all finding love, and a rogue council member! His father and a few retired doctors are helping out, but it’s not the same, he needs to sort this out….. 
Book four sees the conclusion of this series. We get a lot more background to the history of Prospect Falls. We also have witches involved, the councillor who wants Prospect Falls for himself, Demons and an evil magic that’s making its way to the town!
The book can be read without reading the others, but it is better read in order, a lot of the storyline evolves over the four books. 
Chloe’s background is a complex one, and it’s one that does blends in well with the conclusion of this series. Past events make her wary of using her magic, so she helps people with teas and herbs. (That’s how Chloe and Gabriel first meet and clash) 
Gabriel did make me chuckle, one minute he’s all, no, no, not for me, and then he’s practically racing Chloe up the aisle (well trying, she’s not having any of it) 
More action and storyline in this one (sex is kept to a minimum) the story seemed to flow better, but a lot was happening, so I felt another book might have been in order, but that’s my opinion. 
It’s nice to see all the previous MC’s from the previous books. 
There are a few minor characters that we see throughout the series, and I didn’t think any of them were superfluous to the storyline. 

*I am an Amazon affiliate and all the book links are my affiliate links. Using them I do receive a small commission.

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