Skye (Dragon Kings #4) by Kimberly Loth – Review

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Skye by Kimberly Loth (Dragon Kings #4) Review


Say whaaaaaaaaaaat?! I mean I KIND of guessed maybe this could happen..but I wasn’t for sure! And honestly, if I hadn’t already seen the cover I doubt it would have crossed my mind.


I feel like I can say more about this without fear of spoiling because this entire story takes place at the same time as Valentine just obviously some place else! I already mentioned how much I loved Rowan in past reviews for this series and I’m so so tickled that we get so much of him in Skye!


So many questions were answered for me about Skye and why things are the way they are. We also meet another character for the first time, who was mentioned in other books – Kingston.


The end of the story brings us full circle into the Kings Cave with Sid, Aspen, Val and Hazel. It also takes us right into where the next book is sure to begin! I am SO excited to finish this series and see if anything I’ve created in my head happens and why it is these particular people (Aspen, Hazel and Rowan) are tied to the dragon race. I don’t know if that will even be answered, but it’s definitely something I’m curious about! We shall see!


Onward to book #5!


Kimberly Loth
(Dragon Kings, #4)
Publication date: October 18th 2016
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance

Rowan Winters is completely in love…with a dragon.
But the drop-dead gorgeous Skye only thinks of Rowan as her best friend. When she turns up in his room in the middle of the night in tears, he yearns to do whatever he can to help her.
Even if that means running away and letting his family think he’s dead.
But running away with Skye brings dangers he couldn’t even imagine.
Together, they fight off murderous dragons and uncover sinister plans.
Rowan sacrifices everything he knows to win her heart because she’s the one person in his life who understands him.

About Kimberly:

Kimberly Loth has lived all over the world. From the isolated woods of the Ozarks to exotic city of Cairo. Currently she resides in Tucson, Arizona with her family including an old grumpy cat named Max.

She’s been writing for ten years and is the author of the Amazon bestselling series The Dragon Kings. In her free time she volunteers at church, reads, and travels as often as possible.

She loves talking to school groups and book clubs. For more information about having her come speak at your school or event contact her at

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