Review: Broken Gates by D.T. Dyllin

Broken Gates
(P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy, #2)
By: D.T. Dyllin
Publisher: Dragonfairy Press
Release Date: May 24, 2013
Genre: New Adult/Paranormal Romance

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P.J. Stone is a Seer who saw too little, too late.
In the past, her biggest worries were boys and school—but war has a way of changing things. Now, the alien Riders are trying to overrun the world. As the last of their kind, P.J. and her friends must find a way to save humanity before there’s nothing left to save.

After choosing a mate, P.J. hoped she’d have time to enjoy her love life. But with everything changing so quickly and major secrets revealed, who knows what the future will bring?

Wow! Is all I can say about the ending of this book. I love when an author who can throw a perfect curve ball that puts the book in a whole new ball game, and D.T. has done just that right at the end.
Okay, so let me back this train up a bit. In Hidden Gates, PJ finds out that not only are aliens inhabiting humans but she’s also a freaking dragon shifter. She also finds out that her boyfriend/long time friend/guardian (to her seer abilities) is also half dragon. So now they are mated and one would think living happily ever after but right out the gate there are problems. Apparently, Bryn’s not strong enough to help PJ with her fire dragon abilities and is questioning whether being her mate was such a good idea. Meanwhile, the Walkers (aliens) have taken over the planet and PJ and the dragon community are the only ones practically left to send them back to where they came from.

I really enjoyed this story. I couldn’t seem to put the book down and would think to myself “just one more chapter”, which would turn out to be five chapters. I love the way that D.T. writes. She doesn’t have a lot a inner dialogue running. In fact there’s always something going on in the story that demands the readers attention. One minute something’s taking place and then #BAM# something else is going wrong. My only problem is P.J. she seems so wishy washy with her hormones and I feel a little bad for both Khol and Bryn. I really wish she’d be able to fully commit to just one guy. She definitely has more personal growth ahead of her.

Even though I’m really sad with the way this book ends, I’m looking forward to the next (and last) book in the trilogy.

“Of course never in a million years did I ever think I’d end up having a ‘who’s your daddy?’ moment.”

Previous reviews from P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy
Hidden Gates

2 Thoughts on “Review: Broken Gates by D.T. Dyllin

  1. I have this one but haven’t started it yet. Sounds like a good book though. Love the quote it made me lol.

  2. Now that would be an overwhelming day. Whew. I remember seeing this one a while back and loving the cover. Didn’t realize there were dragons! I’m such a dragon groupie. So onto the wishlist it goes! Thanks for the heads up on it Kristin!

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