Raptor by Lindsay Buroker
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
A worthy addition to what's becoming an excellent series. The previous entry in the series is a novella, which I never feel give enough time to development of the situation, so it's good that this is back to novel length and fully satisfying.
It also deals with exactly what I wanted dealt with next: the experience of a character who had been through a terrible time in the previous novel and was coping with the aftermath. She copes very well, but has believable amounts of struggle in doing so.
The action and the plot are reliably enjoyable, and overall this is a good Buroker, which is to say it's entertaining and well written. I read a lot of this author's books, and it's good to see the number of editing errors diminishing (though she still confuses "breach" and "breech").
Don't start here, start with the first in the series. But if flying aces, dragons and romance appeal to you, do start reading these.
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