BRVL REVIEW: Omega’s Rescue (Guardian Dragons Book 4) by Aiden Bates

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Title: Omega’s Rescue
Author: Aiden Bates
Series: Guardian Dragons
GENRE:MM Romance – Shifter

Print Length: 224 pages
Publication Date: September 17, 2019
KindleUnlimited: YES

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He wants to keep me safe. He doesn’t realize it’s too late for that.

The police stopped searching for my kidnapped brother after the trail went cold.

I didn’t. I’m going to find him. My brother – he’s all I’ve got left.

Until I met the dragons. Well… just one dragon, in particular.

Being with a dragon means accepting danger. But this rescue attempt? It’s not just dangerous.

It’s lethal.
My Review:

STARS: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Review By Virginia Lee
This is the 4th book in the Guardian Dragons Series
Morgan is old dragon that set in his ways and when he is injury. Templar’s have much to answer for and also the angry with them for taking his arm. When Tanner show up on the ranch things are going to turn upside down. Can can something develop with old dragon and hacker? If you love to read books with some twist with characters and their relationship. you will love this book and series highly recommend to read today
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