I think Dragons might be the new vampires and right now, I'm okay with that.
For those of you who despise love triangles, book one is setting you up for a whopper. I can see it coming a mile away, and it is delicious, understandable, and heartbreaking.
The book is told in chapters that switch perspectives mostly between Ember Hill, a dragon, and Garrett Xavier Sebastian who is a soldier of St. George. The book also occasionally includes the perspective of Riley (Cobalt) a rogue dragon who has broken from Talon and is determined to rescue as many hatchlings as possible from the Talon organization. The book ends in a nail-biting horrible way, and I'm tempted to stomp my feet like a two year old throwing a tantrum at the unfairness of making me wait for book two. If you can't guess... I really liked this one.