Book Review: Rion by: Susan Kearney

Rion (Pendragon Legacy, Book 2)Summary: POWER IN THEIR PASSION
Marisa Rourke is a beautiful, fearless telepath who tames dragonshapers on Earth. Rion is a tall, dark, and sexy space explorer whose home planet is a galaxy away. The attraction between them is undeniable, but Rion is hiding a desperate secret that will change Marisa's life forever.

DANGER IN THEIR TOUCH
Marisa's gift is the only way Rion can communicate with his people, enslaved by a powerful enemy. He knows that kidnapping her is wrong, but saving his planet is worth sparking the fiery clairvoyant's fury. Yet hotter-and more explosive-is the psychic bond growing between Marisa and Rion. Could their passion be the key to freeing Rion's people? Only if he and Marisa can discover how to channel their desire . . . before a vicious enemy destroys them all.


Ok, I am big enough to admit when I am wrong. I am glad I didn't totally write off Susan Kearney after 'Lucan'. I was so angry by that novel, anyway...I am glad I didn't totally write her off because I enjoyed Rion very much. Rion and Marisa (Lucan's sister) are both strong characters and they both have some pent up lust going on there from page one. This story seemed to have a purpose to me, more so than the first book. The plot is action packed and moved at a quick pace and the sensuality was uh...on the boiling level. I think I will hold out and give Julian a try when it is released soon as well.

*Recieved from publisher for review*

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I give this book 4/5 stars. ★ ★ ★ ★

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4 comments:

  1. rion is better? that's good to hear as i wasn't looking forward to reading after finishing lucan. maybe i'll buy rion after all :)

    thanks for the review!

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  2. I have not read Lucan, but Rion did not do it for me. I felt the romance between h/h to be forced...and Marisa gave in way too easily.

    And I thought the end..how they win...I won't say how to spoil, but it was a little cheesy.

    I did like the dragonshifter world...and I will try another one.

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  3. I want to quote your post in my blog. It can?
    And you et an account on Twitter?

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  4. You may quote me as long as you say who it came from and I do have a twitter it is @bibliophilicboo

    Thanks for reading my review!

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