Valentine (Dragon Kings #3) by Kimberly Loth – Review

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Valentine by Kimberly Loth (Dragon Kings #3) Review


As predicted, I read Valentine from start to finish within a couple hours. You guys, I can’t stop until I finish this series. Seriously. I mean, it helps that the books aren’t super super long. Valentine comes in at 204 pages. So this is definitely something you can read through quickly!


My suspicions were confirmed with several things with this book. Which I’m glad I was right but it still didn’t change how sad it was! You’ll see what I mean obviously 😉


Okay, and this is sort of off topic in regards to reviewing this story as it’s more like..reviewing a review I read about this book. Typically, I avoid reviews of books I’m reading because I don’t like it to color my own opinion. That seems kind of silly as I write reviews myself, but just bear with me for a moment..
When I write a review here, I try to include the information below for readers. Sometimes I see a review on accident and usually will just avert my eyes and keep on going, but for some reason this one particular review just grabbed me and I couldn’t look away. It wasn’t exactly a negative review, but it just made me think and I haven’t been able to put it out of my head. So I’m going to address it here 😉 I blog after all, right?
This particular review stated that this book was predictable and juvenile and pointed out all these different things (that I think would kind of spoil things, so I won’t mention them) that seemed so unlikely because of character ages. My thoughts?
First – this is a work of fiction.
Second – this is a work of fiction with teenagers as our main characters.
Third – we’ve all been teenagers before so don’t tell me you didn’t feel as strongly as their feelings are described, because you’d be lying through your teeth.
Okay so back to my own review now! 😉
I wish we had more of Valentine’s story before he met Hazel on the plane, but it is what it is! I’m not going to focus on things that didn’t happen, but instead focus on the things I liked. Hazel is very up front with how she feels about dragons. Obviously this is a problem, because uhh hello, Valentine is our second Dragon King!
I was worried how things were going to go down with that complication but I think it was done nicely at the end. And speaking of the end.
Get ready for a shock! Maybe you figured it out or guessed but wasn’t sure like I did, but still..get ready! 😉 And with that..I’m off to start the next part of this series!


Kimberly Loth
(Dragon Kings, #3)
Publication date: June 30th 2016
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance

Rowan’s missing. 
Hazel’s heart skips a beat when she’s hears those two horrible words. She wastes no time and immediately gets on an airplane home.
There’s one problem.
She can’t fly without being heavily sedated and there was no time to get any medicine. Just as her panic is about to overwhelm her, the sexy stranger in the seat next to her offers to hold her hand.
Six hand clenching hours later, Hazel is safely on the ground. But as she learns the circumstances surrounding her brother’s disappearance, her world shatters.
Feeling betrayed by her family, she sets out to find Rowan on her own, because they think he’s dead.
What she finds will leave everyone shocked…

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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