Review: The Last Dragon by Dianna Hardy
The Earth is in a state of shock after the apocalypse. The veil between dimensions is no more. Demons and fallen angels walk among humans, and everyone is trying to find their place in the new world - Morgan le Fey's world.
But the fairy queen finds herself cemented within humanity and struggling with human emotions, and her right-hand-man, Lucifer, has secrets which are causing fissions among every race.
Meanwhile, Karl and Elena struggle with their powers, Katarra delivers an important message, and two men will stop at nothing to protect their unborn child - the Messiah of the New Age - and the woman they love.
Far to the east, the fallen Archangel Michael is fighting for the one he holds above all others.
The Last Dragon is about to rise and seal everyone's future, which depends solely on its survival ... or its extinction.
I received this ARC to give an honest review.
Where can I start, Dianna Hardy is amazing with the way she can tell a story. We have followed the path that everyone has taken. Karl and Elena are a couple now, Gwain and Mary are no longer apart of the group. Pueblo, Amy & Paul well they have their own thing going on. Elena's mother is back. We meet up with Lucifer and in this installment I actually felt bad for the way Lucifer is portrayed in a way with this book you think Lucifer actually has feelings. There are dragons in the book, how the dragons come about you have to read. The Apocalypse is happening but it is a different kind. Not your normal run of the mill Apocalypse. Everything comes together in The Last Dragon, everything makes sense and the way it is told is awesome. Things are a bit complicated with the couples but they all seem to make it through or do they? I highly recommend you read the others in this series because if not you may get lost.
About the author:
Dianna combines a titillating mix of paranormal romance, urban and dark fantasy into her writing, to bring you stories that are action-packed, fast-paced and not short of heat, with the focus on both character development and the plot. She writes full-length novels and short fiction. She has also written poetry (first published in 1997) and esoteric books and articles. Nowadays, she chooses to concentrate on writing fiction.
Although quite active online, Dianna prefers the quiet company of nature and animals to the hustle and bustle of people. She loves anything paranormal (she doesn't really consider it "para"), organic food, walking barefoot, the smell of the woods after rain, and summer days.
However, she is also sustained by coffee, chocolate and the occasional vodka.
She currently lives in Surrey, England with her partner and their daughter, where she devotes her time to parenting, publishing and writing.