Title: Her Alpha Dragon
Author: A.J. Tipton
Publisher: Tipton Enterprises
Date of publication: April 17th 2016
Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Dragons
Number of pages: 94
POV: 3rd person
Series: Her Biker Dragon
Her Alpha Dragon – Book 5
Can be read out-of-order from series: Yes but I would recommend reading them in order
Where you can find this book: Amazon
The exciting conclusion of the Her Biker Dragon series!
The badass dragon shifters of the Iron Claws motorcycle club will risk everything for the people they love. Cast out from their dragon clans, they must use their cunning and strength to defy the laws of their people and stay one step ahead of those determined to keep life-saving cures out of the hands of humans.
Big Joe Silver is the Alpha of the Iron Claws and a man with a secret. When Joe’s past catches up with him, he is forced to face the decisions he thought he outran long ago. Joe would do anything to protect his family, the Iron Claws, from the Dragon High Council’s constant attacks, but their final strike may be too much for him to bear. Will the mistakes of his past drive him away from the Iron Claws and his forbidden love, Emma?
Emma Hernandez is the badass ex-military strategist of the Iron Claws who’s been in love with Joe since the day they met. She knows she can never be with him, but that doesn’t stop her from being by his side every step of the way. When Joe’s past roars back into their world, Emma finds herself pushed away from Joe and the Iron Claws. But everything may not be what it seems. Forced to put everything on the line, can Emma save her club and her man from the Council’s greatest threat?
The exciting conclusion in the Iron Claws series features cabin mischief, tempting dreams, and a love that will last until the end.
Big Joe was in love with Emma, his right hand man and best friend, and had been for years. But he refuses to act on it because he was already married. Granted, he hadn’t seen her in 5 years and that was only because she refused to go along with his Puff distribution plan. He refused to not honor his vows….no matter how Emma made him feel. So imagine his surprise when his wife, Rachel, shows up after the Iron Claws were attacked at Caesar and Nina’s wedding.
Emma was a little skeptical when Rachel shows up. It was too convenient. See, Penelope had published a paper proving the medical benefits of Puff and the Dragon Council was considering making it legal. Emma seems to think that they are being set up for something, with Rachel as a pawn, but has no choice but to follow Joe’s orders when he says he’s taking both of them to a cottage that is in the middle of nowhere.
I kinda wanted to smack Big Joe. He was so blind to Rachel. There was something off about her. Even I, a lowly reader, could see that. I guess he wanted her to be the same person that she was when they separated and all the BS she was pouring in his ear about wanting kids was just that. BS.
Emma was the one I felt for. She got screwed by Joe. I mean, she didn’t like Rachel but it doesn’t mean that she would beat her, which Rachel claimed she did. But Emma did have one up on her and it was a doozy.
Remember all those attacks, in the earlier books, on the Iron Claws that were sanctioned by the Dragon High Council. Well, it ends up that there is a person in the Dragon High Council with a personal vendetta against the Iron Claws and this person was happy to kill people to make them out to be the bad guys. Want to know who it is??? Read the book!!
The sex between Joe and Emma was hot….once it happened. The end of the book did make me giggle a bit. Actually a whole bunch. It seemed like they didn’t stop once they stopped…lol.
I was pretty happy with how the Dragon High Council storyline ended up. A perfect ending to a great series.
How many stars will I give Her Alpha Dragon: 4
Why: This was a great conclusion to the Her Biker Dragon series. I was sad to see these characters go and I do hope that they show up in other books.
Will I reread: Yes
Will I recommend to family and friends: Yes
Age range: Adult
Why: Sex, violence and language
**I received a free copy of this book and volunteered to review it**