The Dragon Warlord: Dragon Warlord Book One by S. Legend

S. Legend has a spin off series from The Tristan Trilogy with The Dragon Warlord being the series opener.

From the blurb:

A Romantically Charged Fantasy Adventure with Deliciously Possessive Characters and Snarky Humor.

*Note: This is a brand-new story, featuring characters from a previous (and much beloved) series. While it's not absolutely necessary to read the previous series to enjoy this one, it is recommended.*


I accidentally got myself bonded to a dragon lord. It could have happened to anyone, okay? Not sure if he’s the good guy or the villain. All right, I know he’s not the good guy, but that doesn’t automatically make him the villain.

Like it or not, I do his bidding now.

But you can’t cage a dragon. It’s only a matter of time before my dragon’s blood boils and I burn these towers out of the flipping sky.

River was a surprise. I shouldn’t be in love with him, but he’s hijacked my every thought. I also have a world to save. He’s a distraction I can’t afford.


I’ve waited my whole life for Tristan. He thinks what I’m feeling for him is due to our bond, but that’s not true. If all he wants from me is friendship, then that’s what I’ll give him even if it may be the death of me.

For now, trouble is brewing. It seems to erupt around Tristan like a Markaytian dragon theatre soap opera. Whatever happens, I’ll be faithfully by his side.

Join Tristan and his family for a new adventure. This is a gay fantasy romance that features found family, bonding, soulmates, friends-to-lovers, possessive MCs, touch him and you-know-what, and the caretaking dynamic Mock (S. Legend) is known for. Dragon lords will lord. Husbands will boss. Dragon mates will find love (awww).

Jacquie's Review:

It's been a while since I spent any time with Tristan, so getting back to his world was a delight.

The Dragon Warlord would be best enjoyed after the trilogy and covers some of the time jump that Tristan experienced in his time with the Dragon Lord in quite a bit more detail, letting us meet more of the characters in "dragon land" as Tristan calls it.

There are time jumps in this but we get to see Tristan grow into his dragon side and properly establish a bond with River who is now my second favorite of Tristan's men, Baya being first place. Tristan really matures during the time that he is with the dragon lord, and here we can really see why.

Expect a slow burn between him and River, though that doesn't mean there isn't steam. When they give in, they really give in and it is glorious. There's also plenty of spanking, and lots of dragon action.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Dragon Warlord is available to buy as an ebook or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.