~ 3.5 War’s Passion Stars ~
War’s Passion is book one in the Sons of War series by Lia Davis.
This is my first time reading Lia Davis and I have to say I enjoyed War’s Passion enough to go out and pick up book two Ashes of War. The author delivers an interesting spin on mythology, Demi-gods & goddesses, the Fates, and much more. I enjoyed the world building and concept created to weave an intricate tail.
We are given lots of information, but in a way that you don’t feel bogged done with to much at once. The story moves along quickly. The romance is an insta-attraction, once the leads meet. Markus knows right away once laying eyes on Gwendolyn what she is to him. Gwendolyn doesn’t understand yet why she is drawn to him, the same type of creature that caused her parents deaths.
Markus I enjoyed. He’s got the whole Alpha Male Leader vibe going for him, plus he’s a sexy dragon. I’m a sucker for dragons. I have to say I wasn’t very impressed with Gwen. She is running away and always scared. She’s wimpy, but does get herself together by the end.
Gwen and Markus relationship felt forced. The believability wasn’t their for me. Even with the soul mate thing happening. I think this had to do with Gwen. She was lacking as a heroine for me, but also her dragon issues where over the top; with her going into a panic attack whenever she sees a dragon. So, for her to get over it and fall in love within 2 days with Markus, just wasn’t believable.
I loved the secondary characters. All the brothers and of course the two lady’s, one that is Gwen’s sister and Ash who is a spy for the gods. The way the author weaves them into the story and also set’s up two more potential mate hook ups, if they can figure everything out, was very much enjoyed. These secondary characters are what made me decide to continue and pick up the next book. I really want to see what happens with them.
War’s Passion delivers lots of action, adventure, intriguing characters, and sexy dragon brothers. This was a good read and a nice start to the series.
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