Dragons Honor, Irresistible Dragons #2 by Nora Phoenix

Dragons Honor is the second book in the Irresistible Dragons series and follows on where the first book left off, this time focusing on Rhene’s brother Jermon and his developing relationship with Wilmer and Riordan.   

From the blurb:

An alpha dragon, an alpha wolf, and an omega wolf. How could that possibly work?

Jermon is trying to find his place in the Hightower pack, but he’s struggling. After some mishaps, he discovers he enjoys assisting Wilmer, an alpha and the veterinarian. As a bonus, Wilmer is easy on the eyes, and they get along well.

Other than that, things are rough. Jermon feels like he doesn’t belong anywhere, he’s not allowed to shift, and on top of that, people are scared of him. Like Riordan, the omega who was briefly held prisoner by Jermon’s father. Riordan still has nightmares and even panic attacks when one of the dragons comes too close to him. The guilt is killing Jermon.

When Riordan decides he wants to spend time with Jermon to get over his trauma and Wilmer agrees to supervise, sparks fly between the three men. But how could this work with two alphas and with Jermon being a dragon? Plus, there’s this other big problem no one knows about that Jermon is convinced will ensure he’ll always be a virgin…

When the dragons are finally allowed to shift, they have no idea of what danger this will bring to the pack…

Dragons Honor is an MMM mpreg romance and the second book in the Irresistible Dragons series, which needs to be read in order. The love story ends on a cliffhanger and will be continued in the next book, as will the suspense plot.

Reds Book Reads Review:

I adore this about Nora’s books. It is so different to get a view of everyone and I love that the whole series is one overarching storyline with each book letting you learn a little more about everyone. 

I adored Jermon in this book. He was so vulnerable and unsure of himself but with help was able to start working through those issues. Riordan and Wilmer were just so caring and sweet. I loved how brave Riordan was and so determined to work through his anxiety and be able to spend time with the dragons. 

The ending of Dragons Honor is a total relationship cliffhanger and I can’t wait for the next book to find out what happens!

Rating: 5 Stars

Dragons Honor is currently available as an e-book and paperback and can be read as part of your Kindle Unlimited Subscription