Fire In Her Eyes by Ruby Dixon

For months, I’ve been chased by a red dragon. They’re the females of the dragon shifter invaders, fierce and vicious and as ruthless as they are wild. She hunts me wherever I go, and I’m not safe even behind the walls of a fort. There’s only one thing I can do to stop her…

…And that’s to take her as my mate.

But to win the heart of a female dragon, I have to conquer her first. Not so easy for a human man…but Teva’s worth the challenge.

This is one of those books I will buy without reading the blurb. I fell in love with the first book in the series, and I’ve loved the others as well, but is this one just as good? Let’s find out.

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This is the seventh book in the Fireblood Dragons series.

The story is rather simple. We find out in a previous book that a red dragon has been following Gabe, and when he moves into the fort where a lot of women live with their children, the dragon follows but keeps her distance.

Gabe knows the dragon is a female and that her name is Teva. He can sense her because of things that happened earlier in the series. Not saying what to not spoil it.

He worries the dragon will attack the fort, so he leaves for a few days to pick up four cats from his previous home, to gather resources … and to challenge Teva.


I’m not a huge fan of the cover, but it does the trick. The fire seems a little bit out of place, but the woman’s red and scaly skin represents Teva well.


I’ve read all the books in this series. I absolutely loved the first book because it felt so unique and different from everything I’ve read before. I enjoyed the other books as well, but as I moved forward in the series, things started to become repetitive.

The same thing goes for this story. It lingers around the same misunderstandings that took place in the previous books. For instance the cultural and mating differences between the dragons and the humans. The same questions are asked and the same answers are given, but apart from that, this book did get its own and unique story.

The story was different, because this time, the human was a man and not a woman. This time, he had to challenge instead of being challenged, and I enjoyed reading it.

This book was shorter than the previous ones and the story was a little bit rushed, especially at the beginning, but the humor made it all worth it.

In the end, I highly enjoyed this story. Not one of my favorites, but definitely worth a few hours of my time.

Now, I’m super excited about the next book. If I’m not wrong, it’s going to be about the evil guy, and how often do authors write books from the bad guy’s perspective? Not often, therefore, I think it will be a breath of fresh air. Looking forward to it!


If you enjoy reading dragon romance that focuses on relationships and sex, then this book might be for you.

It’s a simple and straight forward story where all you have to do is read and enjoy. A perfect book for you who just want to relax and don’t want too much drama.






Ruby Dixon is a popular author among adult readers in the romance genre. She’s written the Fireblood Dragons series and the Ice Planet Barbarians series. But she has a lot more than that for the hungry book reader!


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