May Northcott is at the end of her tether. Her demon boss has moved in and is making life hell. Her scorching hot dragon lover seems to think everything can be solved with a fiery kiss. And worse still, she’s being shadowed by her ditsy twin sister — a naiad who simply can’t seem to stay out of trouble. The arrival of a nearly-dead man on May’s doorstep could be the final spark that sets light to their tinder-box world. And with dragon war imminent, it’s looking increasingly like it will be up to May (and her watery shadow) to stop it before the fire consumes them all, and their lives end up in smoke!
This is the final book in the Silver Dragon series, although I didn’t realize it at the time. May is still having issues with her demon lord, but since he is nearly powerless in his current form, it’s nothing she can’t handle.
Although this book did wrap up most of the relationship issues between May and Gabriel, it seemed to be designed more to setup the storyline for the next book in the “series.” I originally thought Love in the Time of Dragons was the fourth book in the Silver Dragon series. However, it turns out to be the first in the Light Dragon series. The two books flow so seamlessly together that it was hard to tell.
I cannot wait for the next book to be released! The Unbearable Lightness of Dragons is due out in May 2011.