Review: Kozav (Dragons of Preor #3) by Celia Kyle as Erin Tate

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Dragons of Preor #3
Celia Kyle & Erin Tate
Paranormal Romance - Science Fiction
May 30th 2016


Kozav found his mate and then he lost her. Now it’s time to hunt…

Grace Hall is a nurse, not a doctor. But when five Preor warriors are brought to the emergency room and the doctors don’t do a darn thing for them, she steps forward. Sure, they are aliens with massive wings who turn into dragons whenever they wish, but they still look human-ish. One particular warrior draws her more than the others. His teal wings, muscular body, and pain-glazed eyes have her bouncing between two desires—needing his touch and desperation to heal him. When she’s filled with the knowledge to treat the males, Grace gets to work. She’s going to save the Preor males, even if it kills her. When she loses consciousness after healing them, she realizes it just might.

Kozav sen Aghin, Primary Warrior of the Preor Third Fleet, wakes weaker than a hatchling on the Preor battleship. He’s fully healed yet plagued by a feeling that something is wrong. And something is… Kozav found his mate on Earth and she was left behind—alone and unprotected. Unacceptable. Kozav still carries the guilt for his actions during the great conflict and he is determined not to fail so greatly again. The curvaceous, green-eyed, dark haired human female is his to protect, his to claim and his to keep.

When danger intrudes and someone attempts to take Grace from his life, Kozav is prepared to do whatever it takes to bring Grace back to his side. Even if it means killing one of his own. Or will it be Kozav with a sword through his chest? For Grace’s sake, he hopes not.

Part of the "DRAGONS OF PREOR" series:


The Preor Warriors have arrived on Earth (dragon shifters), but not everyone is happy to have them their even some of the Preor don’t want to be their.

Grace is a nurse, overworked, and underpaid. She’s stubborn, cares about her mom, and is doing everything to keep her and her mother together. Kozav is a Preor Warrior.

Grace was easy to like and relate too. She’s kind and devoted to her sick mother. Kozav is slighty clueless when it comes to human females, but he tries. These two where a great couple. I like that they took time to know each other and didn’t give into the insta-lust/love. Their romance is budding and growing without being forced. Their’s also a little action to keep things entertaining.

I’m enjoying the Dragons of Preor series. They may be short and quick, but they pack a lot into them.

Rated: 4 Stars

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I'm an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, animal & book lover. I'm the owner, reviewer & mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy & my favorite shifters are dragons.

8 comments on “Review: Kozav (Dragons of Preor #3) by Celia Kyle as Erin Tate

  1. I really need to try this series. I love her Grayslake series, but it is the only one I’ve tried. Great review.
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    • I only read the first book in her Grayslake. I lOVED it, but never grabbed the others to continue. I’ll have too one of these days. I’m slowly picking these up. They are a little pricey, $4.99, once you get past the first 2 books in the series. At least to me. I think $3.99 is ok, but $4.99 is a little up their, but I’m still getting them just waiting until I have gift cards. Thank’s for stopping in.

  2. I’m curious about this series! Sounds interesting and I love a quick distraction read to break up my other books.
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    • I love dragons, so anything with them is pretty much something I’ll try out. I agree. Those quick distractions to break up the other reads are good.

  3. Great review Angela! On my tbr gr list! Shared on all my socials!!

    • Glad you enjoyed. Thank’s for sharing! ^_^

  4. This sounds like it may have some humor in it? I’m curious to see if the warriors time on earth and Grace’s time with Kozav make for some of those great misunderstanding times where they don’t know the culture. Are they all this short? I might have to give these a go, they’ve really piqued my interest!

    • I’ve only read the first 4. They have a little of that different cultural misunderstandings, but for the most part it’s other Preor who pose a danger to the mates in that some are against mating with humans; even if their mate is human they would kill or get themselves killed instead of mate. It is a quick read & insta-lust/love. With the insta so far they have tried to get to know each other instead of just going at it asap. The nice thing is that these stories don’t take a lot of brain power to read. Good distraction or quick lunch break read if you need a reading fix.