Wings of Fire, Godstone Saga, Book 4 By: Jocelynn Drake Narrated by: Kale Williams

Jacquie has managed to get through 3 more audiobooks since her last review of Steal the Wind. This time her review is for Wings of Fire, Godstone Saga Book 4.

From the blurb:

Secrets can kill.

The Goddess of Fire calls from the Isle of Stone, and Caelan must obey. 

But the new king must first unravel a lifetime of secrets if he wants to have any chance of saving Drayce’s life. 

Caelan and his companions battle dragon clans and cranky gods in their quest to protect their world from the Goddess of the Hunt. 

And if they’re lucky, they might even get a little help from an unexpected source. 

Wings of Fire is the fourth book in the six-book Godstone Saga fantasy series and is not a stand-alone. The story contains danger, secrets, bossy gods, stolen kisses, a new king finding his way, a possessive boyfriend, magic, and lots of delicious angst.

Jacquie's Review:

This one was hard in places and I am super grateful to the author for the trigger warnings on the chapters where events happened rather than waiting, relaxing, and being caught out later. Those were necessary warnings and even with them, I struggled with how brutal one was. Hence the .5 taken off what was otherwise a perfect book for me. It just came out of left-field to me and I'm still sitting here wondering why it happened the way it did.

There's a new team member, Adrian, and I really liked having his POV and his addition to the group. He seems to be a bridge between Drayce and Eno's personalities. That middle ground that is welcome, especially with the increasingly harder topics that come up. Rayne is too prickly to be that go between and he and Eno's relationship is too deep for him to be impartial.

Finally, some Caelan and Drayce sexy times! I love these two and their burn the world down love they share. They have fairly made us wait, which was fine since we had Rayne and Eno and their steady(ish) love.

A new goddess, the Goddess of Fire, one that I instantly liked. She seems a bit more stable than some of the others, not looking at you, Tula. 

The dragons, their culture, and the revelations there were so fun! I can't say much because of spoilers but Nori is just wonderful.

Now for Wisdom.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Wings of Fire is available to buy from Audible and is Whispersynced.