Review of The Dragon’s Staircase by McKenna Grey & Everly Archard

Hello my lovely word nerds! So I have been sitting on this book since September… I know I know. It accidently got placed with books I had already read and sadly until I had found it this book sat sad and unread but here we are! So without further ado…

From two award-winning authors comes the first riveting novel in the Kyndall Family Thrillers, a romantic suspense series filled with spine-tingling thrills and alluring romance.

A woman haunted by her past.

FBI Agent Alexa Kyndall devoted eight years of her life to the search for justice, showing no mercy to the guilty and depraved. When she joins a special task force to bring down a serial killer, Alexa encounters the most unexpected criminal of her career.

A man willing to do whatever it takes to save her.

When a child witnesses a brutal slaying, Alexa’s life becomes intertwined with Craig Pierson’s, a man with his own haunted past. They join forces, only to discover they must put everything on the line in a pulse-pounding struggle to protect and survive.

A killer closing in.

Nestled in a small town in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, The Dragon’s Staircase is an intriguing, nonstop adventure that will keep readers enthralled from start to finish.

I found this book at the perfect time because I have really been into thrillers lately. I love the intense feeling of not knowing what is going to happen! I also have a weakness for police thrillers. Weird.

Overall I liked the plot line but I wish it was a little deeper, to really bring the suspense to life. There were a few grammatical errors at the beginning that made it a little hard to get into the story but those are simple fixes.

I think that overall the story was definitely worth reading, who doesn’t love a potential vampire? I say about 3.5 out of 5 stars. I probably won’t read it again and I do wish it went a little deeper into the psychological thriller parts but that is just my mood right now haha. Read this book and let me know what you thought!

 

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