The Dragon Assassin’s Mates (The High Garden Dragons 4) by C.K. Noel | Book Review

Three entangled fates; one powerful love…

Bailey Wheeler has received some devastating news; he only has three months to live. Unwilling to be a burden, he breaks up with his love, Carson.

Carson Matthews has a secret. A secret he’s hidden from the man he loves and a secret that could cost him everything… he’s a vampire.

Dragon shifter Lord Alexios Dranin is a leader among his people. He leads the black caste dragons, the assassins of the dragon world. Despite being a killing machine, Alex has always wanted to find his Cardia—his heart.

Circumstance brings the men to Club Renegade, and three things quickly become apparent: Bailey and Carson are both Alex’s heart. Carson is to help Alex kill the witch Harper in service to the dragon king. And wooing Bailey is going to be no easy task.

What can go wrong when two alpha males try to court Bailey while attempting to track and kill a witch?

How was it?

I don’t read a lot of those but I love a good triad story. The Dragon Assassin’s Mates is a little too dramatic for me, it’s almost too much, but I enjoyed it? I liked how these three men got together and figured out how to make their relationship work. The flow of the story is also weirdly fast, the epilogue kind of took me off guard.
This is the fourth entry in The High Garden Dragons series, but I’ve only read the first book: The Dragon King’s Heart, and I have to admit that I wasn’t lost or confused for not reading books two and three. I might get to them later, but this book works as a stand-alone since most of the action is focused on the trio.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

I received an advanced copy of this audiobook and this is my fair and unbiased review.

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