• Divine Dragons

  • The Complete Series Bundle
  • By: Jill Haven
  • Narrated by: Gabriel Amari
  • Length: 31 hrs and 40 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (120 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

I thought divine omegas were a myth...until I met him. 

Dragons are on the verge of extinction, and if we don’t find the divine omegas? We’re doomed. In 300 years, I’ve never come across even one. Until I meet...him. 

Haiden is sweet and a little broken, and his fragile smiles make me yearn to claim him as my own. I never thought I’d find a divine omega in a tiny West Virginia town, but not only is Haiden an omega, he’s my destined mate. 

Fate might have led me to Haiden, but the emotions he awakens in me blaze a fire in my heart and I cannot let him go. But once news of his existence breaks, I won’t be the only one trying to claim him. 

And when danger comes to our door, I’ll do whatever it takes to keep him safe. 

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Gets repetitive

I bought the bundle thinking it would be a good way to listen to the series. The first book was good. The second was fine. The third was okay. The fourth was...ugh. Why? Basically each book is the same story with slight changes here and there. Change the main characters names and modify the plot slightly. By the fourth book I could have told you how the story was going to go. It got so I didn't even bother with the remaining book.

The performance was also not terrific. Gabriel tries to modify his voice for each character but a lot of the time it doesn't work. He also portrays the omegas as completely whiny to the point of annoyance. The alphas are all the same.

Finally, the authors repetitive use of certain words and phrases was almost laughable: "swallowed thickly", "smelled delicious", "my mate/he's mine". The sex was interesting, but happened only once in each book - which of course got the omega pregnant. After that you never hear about the couples having sex again. Which is fine.

The story held my attention with the first two books, but by the fourth I was guessing (usually correctly) where the story would go.

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A delightful dragons bundle

I absolutely loved listening to this paranormal dragon shifters MM bundle!

Each book was engaging and interesting.

The narrator gave each characters their own unique voices and that made it all the more enjoyable to listen to.

If you love dragons you will absolutely love this bundle

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love the dragons!

This series is so entertaining! I read the books first so I wasn't sure how the audio would be and I was not disappointed! my favorite is Bishop and Evans story. The narrator was good and it made Evans character that much better by hearing how enthralled he was with light bulbs, electricity and cell phones!! poor kid was so sheltered!! very happy to have heard the series.

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Terrifically Narrated Paranormal Romance Series

The five books in this paranormal shifter series involve the same Dragon Clan and recurring characters, with each book featuring a new alpha/omega couple. As the series begins, divine human omega Haiden and alpha dragon shifter Carlisle are fated mates, but little does Haiden know of dragons, shifters, or his destined place in that magical world. And what an interesting world it is to dive into, where dragons are dying out, danger of all types lurks, and shifters walk around in plain sight.

Narrator Gabriel Amari delivers terrific performances across the series, and I especially enjoyed his soft, youthful voice for Haiden that fit perfectly. Being able to listen to this full series in one go as an audio bundle was a treat. If you enjoy omegaverse paranormal romance, dragon shifters, fates mates, Mpreg, and hurt/comfort stories with passionate characters, give this series a listen. I received this free review copy audio book bundle by request and have left this honest review voluntarily.

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Dragons finding their mates

This is a great deal for one credit! I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this series. Each book centered around a different dragon finding their Divine Omega. The connecting conflict between all of the books revolved around the declining dragon birth rate. One solution is to find Divine Omegas. But not everyone wants to find them for the right reason.

I loved that each book seamlessly connected with the next one. The newest Omega is presented at the end of the previous book allowing the reader to get a glimpse as to what is coming in the following book. It made you want to continue on to the next book. My favorite was His Dragon Warrior with Bishop and Evan. His Dragon Protector with Mason and Seth was my least favorite. I liked how each characters' personal conflicts were different. However, by book 5 the basic premise of the book was somewhat predictable. And while I'm glad each couple had their happily-ever-after, I was disappointed not to have a concrete resolution to the "bad guys". Overall, I enjoyed each story.

Gabriel Amari did an excellent job on the narration. He is a new to me narrator so I wasn't sure what to expect. What I found was a clear voice for each character, including accents. This made following along in the dialogs easy to navigate. Little details like sighing and adding the character's personality to the chapter intros enhanced the listening experience. I would definitely listen to more books by Gabriel.

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Wasn’t what I expected!

This book was a huge disappointment for me and also annoying, I didn’t even make it past the first few chapters… Wasn’t really my taste. Hope to never see one like it again!!

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Awful!

This was awful! I hate MPREG books. Wish there was some warning. Narrator was passable for the 3 chapters I managed to listen to.

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Fun but needs more voices.

Author did a great job at capturing the aspect of Dragons and their wants. It was also interesting how the author intertwined male pregnancy, I'm not one for a young guy getting pregnant and always enjoyed the idea of a middle-aged daddy type of guy to get pregnant, but I know I'm weird 😜
On the other hand, the reader did an excellent job with the reading, but I would've enjoyed more diversity when it came to voices, many of the female characters were similar, and though the young men had some differences they all sounded too feminine at times, especially during sex. All the Dragons sounded the same in each book as well, they were different when being referenced to, but when they were the main character the Alphas sounded too similar, as did the Omegas. They need more diversity in tones, but accents were okay.
Other than that, the story was enjoyable, and I'll definitely be giving it another listen in the future.

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Amazing Dragons!

Soooo many dragon stories! At first I thought it was all a big storyline, but no! I was gladly susprised to see that there were many stories to pick from!

My favorite was His Dragon Warrior, but I also enjoyed His Elder Dragon a lot!

All the books are about a clan of Dragons who face extinction due to the lack of Omega's... And how they find said omegas, thus saving the species. The fun part, obviously, is in listening to each individual story and share each couple's adventures!

The narration was excellent. It is a long bundle (more than 30 hours!!!) but the narrator was sooo great that tine flew by!

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Great value for a credit!

I was dubious going into this one but I was sold pretty quickly after listening to the first book. I really enjoyed these stories! They were complex and interesting with nice worldbuilding. The main characters in each story were compelling and interesting and they wove together well. This narrator was a new one for me and while not my favorite, he did a nice job.

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  • Victoria Green
  • 03-09-21

A good, solid bundle of dragon stories

Firstly - with over 30 hours of listening this is an excellent value bundle if you enjoy paranormal romance including dragons and fated mates. The narrator is new to me and his voice is good. I enjoyed his voice, and he held my interest throughout the book. I would definitely look for more from him in the future.

Some of the books stood out more to me. I particularly enjoyed 1 & 5. The world building is interesting - but the overall story arc of the series seems to shift as they added more books. A good variety of characters and adventures. If you like dragons and mpreg stories you will absolutely enjoy this series.

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  • L.D.
  • 03-07-21

Divine Omegas and Devoted Alphas

The Divine Dragon series is composed of five books which each feature a unique couple. These books are interconnected with characters from the previous books making appearances within the subsequent books. There is a loose series plot, but the main driving factor for the plot is the need to find divine omegas in order to help boost the dragon population. This series is full of fluff and sweetness and delivers everything a reader could want from an Omegaverse book. The plot has a lot of action and suspense with humor and cuteness abounding. There are a lot of plot holes, but the plot is secondary to the romance and the omegaverse tropes. These books are best read all at once, which makes this bundle the perfect format for enjoying this series.

The audiobook was narrated by Gabriel Amari who did a great job. There were a lot of characters to voice, and Gabriel was able to keep each character distinct. I was able to follow along in the story, and I found it enjoyable. The audiobook production was also well done.

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  • Book addict
  • 03-06-21

It was ok

I preferred the narration in this bundle of dragon stories, but the stories in the Guardian Dragons bundle (where this author was partnered with Aiden Bates - apart from the first book in that series that I really struggled with). Good value for money as a bundle but I wouldn’t buy them individually.

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  • Larissa
  • 03-02-21

Fantastic audio bundle

This has got to be the best deal in audiobooks. This is a great series with a new to me narrator who did a fantastic job. And it’s all wrapped into one package so you can binge listen. If you are into those Audible badges, this collection will get you the elusive Mount Everest badge as well - completing a title that is longer than 30 hours. 🏔 😀

The Divine Dragons collection has five stories included: In the first book, His Elder Dragon, our couple is Carlisle and Haiden. Book 2, His Dragon Protector, features Mason and Seth. Book 3, His Dragon Warrior, Bishop and Evan, Book 4, His Devoted Dragon, Ace and Beau, and Book 5, His Scarred Dragon features Tennyson and Khyler. The premise of the series is creative and engaging. I was totally hooked by the balanced mix of action, adventure, romance, and suspense. One of the best things about these books is the world building. The writing is great, although it’s not all perfect. There is some unevenness across the books in terms of engagement, but I think having them in the complete series format really helps get the reader past the rough patches.

On paper/screen, these books would be great but with the audio, they are taken to the next level. Gabriel Amari did a great job here. The voices are distinct and consistent across books. His pacing and pronunciation are spot on. And there’s emotion behind the words, it’s not just a narrator reading lines. I was really pleasantly surprised by this narrator. All in all, I say grab this audiobook bundle. It’s really a no brainer.

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  • Allison's Book Corner
  • 03-01-21

Great

I really enjoyed this audiobook bundle.
This was such an awesome series.
I loved all o the stories.
I was definitely hooked from the beginning and couldn't put it down.
This is a definite must listen series.

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  • A.K.
  • 03-01-21

A very sweet series

Dragons. Divine omegas. Both thought to be myths, both reality.

This was a really fun listen with 5 different stories of divine omega's finding their mates, sparing no expense to make the listener feel like life was perfect.

What I enjoyed most about the series was the fact that these shifters felt real. There was loss and pain woven in their stories and it pulled at your heartstrings. These were all very sweet, loving stories with HEAs.

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  • Amelia
  • 03-01-21

A great listen for fans of dragons and mpreg

I don't know if it's the mythology or the dynamics between mates, but dragon romances have quickly become one of my favorite types to listen to. This series by Jill Haven was another hit for me, and I really enjoyed how each couple had their own unique twist to the usual "fated mate" concept. Gabriel Amari was an excellent narrator for the entire series, and I especially loved how each main character had their own distinct voice.

His Elder Dragon: 4/5

Haiden and Carlisle's story was an excellent blend of sweet romance and action-packed adventure. For the first story in a new series, this author did a wonderful job introducing me to how dragons, mates, and relationships work in this universe without slowing down the storyline at all. Though I loved how sweet and caring Haiden and Carlisle were with each other, I wasn't a fan of how baby-crazy the pair of them turned after one night of lovemaking. On the one hand, I get that for dragons in this world, hatchlings are a big deal, but it shifted the tone of this story away from the emotional connection the two of them were building and I felt like I missed out on seeing their love deepen towards the end. That being said, I really enjoyed the characters, pacing, and steamy moments in this story.

His Dragon Protector: 3.5/5

I was a big fan of how this story started, but as it progressed I became more and more confused about Seth and Mason's relationship. Unlike Haiden, Seth was quite the firecracker of an omega, always running off to do his own thing. I loved his confidence as much as I loved how patient Mason was with all of his energy. Where things took a bit of a weird turn for me was when the mating aspect of the story came up. I don't know if I was misunderstanding Seth's intentions or if I just had trouble connecting with his real thoughts and emotions beyond the facade he presented to the rest of the world, but his bonding with Mason felt weirdly accidental to me. After seeing what a big deal it was for a dragon to mate with someone in the first book, I was a bit baffled by how casually it was thrown into this one. Seth's actions immediately after securing that bond only convinced me more that he had no idea what he wanted from Mason, and that confusion stuck with me for the rest of the story.

His Dragon Warrior: 4/5

Though it didn't take much for Bishop to win me over, I had a harder time relating to Evan because of how "damsel in distress" he sometimes acted. I completely understand why that was such a big part of his personality--I can only imagine how it would feel to go from being so sheltered to discovering technology and modern conveniences--but his naivety was too over-the-top for my liking. That didn't make his growing connection with Bishop less exciting for me--on the contrary, I loved watching the two of them together. Bishop seemed to be the only one taking Evan's imprisonment seriously, and I personally cannot believe that Vince didn't get any sort of punishment for locking Evan away the way he did. Either way, once the two of them were out adventuring, I enjoyed the storyline much more. I love how Evan became a valued member of Bishop's mission instead of turning into a baby-crazy omega like the others in this series have, and I'm excited to see where this business with the enforcement council and dragon hunters is going to go.

His Devoted Dragon: 4/5

I thought the concept of playboy Ace getting his knees swept out from under him by his feisty mate was a lot of fun, and despite how heavy some parts of this story got, Ace and Beau always managed to make me smile. The one thing that bothered me about their relationship was how Beau was kept in the dark about what being a divine omega meant. This isn't the first time in this series that the dragons have tried to "protect" their mates by keeping them in the dark, and I'm still not a fan. Were Ace and Beau absolutely adorable together, in both their emotional moments and steamy encounters? Yes, but I had a hard time looking past all the secrecy and lack of consent. I thought Beau would be the omega least likely to follow his dragon around at the drop of a hat, but to my dismay he left his farm in Georgia and friends behind with no mention of ever returning. I'm also a little confused about why the dragon hunters plotline from the previous story disappeared, but I guess Beau and Ace had enough on their plates without throwing unknown hunters into the mix. The one thing that I'll never get tired of in this series is how wonderfully supportive the divine omegas are with each other. Book by book, these men are building a close-knit community of friends and family, and it makes me so happy to see more and more couples getting folded into the mix.

His Scarred Dragon: 4/5

I had high hopes that Ky and Ten would be different than the other dragon/omega pairs, but they too were attacked by baby fever despite numerous instances where they said they didn't want kids. It was a bit disappointing to see yet another couple "forget" to use protection, but given how many times it's already happened I was expecting it. I did enjoy listening to Ky and Ten fall in love, and I really enjoyed seeing how career-oriented Ky was throughout this story. He didn't let fated mates or babies get in the way of his goal to become a doctor, and I really admired that about him. Similar to how Beau abandoned his farm, I wasn't a fan of how Ky abandoned his friend Alex and her kids. He at least expressed some regret about not being able to see her, but I wish those characters hadn't entirely disappeared from the story. All things considered, this was a solid, if a bit formulaic, romance with a sugary sweet epilogue to wrap things up for the entire series.

**I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this book. This review expresses my honest thoughts and opinions.

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  • Magnus
  • 02-28-21

Fantastic series

Jill Haven has created a great series that kept me coming back for more, luckily it has a few hours. Gabriel Amari did a super job with the narration. A must have for dragon lovers.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Susie Umphers
  • 02-28-21

Wonderful series to binge

Book 1 - Dragon fire and dragon mating provide the heat in this first book of a new series. Dragons have forgotten the old ways and think of them only as fairy tales. Now, however, dragon eggs are failing to hatch and the omegas are dying. Rumours arise of Divine Omegas existing in various parts of the US and several clans begin a search, not all with good intentions toward those Omegas. Haiden has spent his entire life having panic attacks severe enough to warrant medication, has been abused by his father when his mother died giving birth and is working as a cook at a diner to earn enough to get out of the small town to a large city for psychiatric care. His mental health problems are first exacerbated then relieved when he meets Carlisle, a diner customer with a huge secret. Carlisle is head of a dragon clan and he is immediately attracted to Haiden in a way unfamiliar to him. Mysteries are revealed, modern dragons begin to learn about their true history, Haiden and Carlisle discover how hot it can be to find your fated mate and there are some truly creepy scenes when Haiden is being stalked by unknown pursuers. One incident sets up a conflict sure to be dealt with later in the series and our next dragon and his Divine Omega meet and begin an interesting chase toward their fate. I became invested quickly in these characters and their world and look forward to learning more dragon history as the series continues.

Book 2 - I loved Haiden and Carlisle in the first book of this series and really liked that they weren't here just in a token appearance, but very involved, hence the three stars. I didn't care much for Seth when he was introduced at the end of that book and that feeling continued all through this one. He wants Mason but whines about it all the time, won't tell anyone what is going on, keeps running off and putting himself and everyone trying yo help him in danger. Mason also is irritating here. For a doctor and supposedly wise dragon he behaves stupidly by not explaining things about mating, pregnancy, eggs, alpha/omega dynamics, etc. to Seth and even totally forgets to think about condoms in their first non-bonded encounter. I have a hard time believing in them as fated mates or in a happily ever after for them. Will read the next book in the series and hope to see Haiden and Carlisle and new characters to root for.

Book 3 - I love all this author's dragon stories and this was no exception. If you have read "Escape" by Sean Ian O'Meidhir and Connal Braginsky and "Family Ties" by Susi Hawke and Christa Crown, this book has similarities to both those stories moved into the dragon realm. I do not mean to imply that this book is exactly like those, just that I was reminded of them while reading it and if you enjoyed those, you will enjoy this. It is its own story and stands alone. "Escape", dealt with a young man who had never been exposed to the world finding his true love and breaking free and "Family Ties" explained more about exactly how shifter pregnancies work and the complcations that can arise with them. This book has Evan and Bishop dealing with some of the same type of issues. Evan has been sheltered and protected all his life basically so his uncle can bargain with him as a mate for some powerful, respected dragon and make clan connections. When Bishop rescues Evan from an attack in the forest, they discover they are fated mates but when Bishop returns Evan to his uncle he is deemed "unworthy" of being Evan's mate. Evan may have led an incredibly sheltered life, but he knows what he wants and together he and Bishop arrange his escape. Evan is claimed but not fully mated by Bishop. Bishop tries to do what he thinks is the honorable thing and walks away without completing the mating bond with Evan but a pregnancy forces everyone to make some hard decisions about what is really important and our two guys finally get their HEA. We learn more about the world, how mating/bonding/pregnancy works in it and the complicated relationships among the dragon clans in this book which is always welcome.

Book 4 - This book ties with the first one in the series for my favorite. From the first paragraph you can feel the threat closing in on Beau and the tension ratchets up from there lasting the entire book. The bad guys here are truly evil and when they explain their plan for Beau, my stomach turned over. The romance aspect was incredibly hot, I loved Beau and Ace together and the author did a wonderful job with the playboy finding his fated mate and enemies to lovers tropes. All the old friends are here and it was fun seeing how those couples are getting on as well. A series I always finish looking forward to the next episode.

Book 5 - I have enjoyed every entry in this series and this is another great one. Tenn and Khy make a wonderful pair and I thought their initial reluctance to commit was very believable. How could a divine omega in this world not worry that he was only desired for breeding and not for himself as a fully rounded being? How could Tenn not be concerned when his whole life plan is turned upside down by meeting his fated mate? I found the exploration of these issues pulled me deeply into their story. Mix that with the usual suspense as others try to abduct the divine omegas for evil purposes and you have a first rate book.

Gabriel Amari brings these dragons to life with skill and great emotional range. His performance is one that you can listen to for an entire series and never get tired of. All the characters are distinct and "real".

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  • alias11
  • 02-27-21

Fantastic set of dragon shifter stories

The Divine Dragons is an engaging set of stories about dragon shifters who are dying out. Then, they begin finding divine omegas, humans with some dragon blood who can bear young, and the future changes for them individually and as a clan. Overall, a very engaging, enjoyable, steamy listen.

1- His Elder Dragon (Carlisle and Haiden)

I really enjoyed this first book in a new dragon shifter series. Haiden's past trauma broke my heart, but I loved Carlisle's protectiveness and his dedication to saving the dragon race and Haiden. The world-building is great, and both primary and secondary characters are engaging. Intriguing story full of action, adventure, mystery, drama, danger, and suspense

2- His Dragon Protector (Mason and Seth)

This book is exciting, and I liked Seth's snarky, self-assured attitude from the start. He is resisting his attraction to Mason, but that changes when he needs help and Mason is the only one he can reach. The story felt a little rushed in places, and I felt a little like the fated mates idea pushed the actual relationship-building aside a little. Still, a fun ride, and I enjoyed it, just not quite as much as the first book.

3- His Dragon Warrior (Bishop and Evan)

This book explores an ages-old human drama, but with dragons. Privileged young man meets working warrior. Young man's family finds the suitor unsuitable and they are parted. Will a grandbaby make a difference? This is an enchanting love story with danger, drama, love, fated mates, and sacrifice

4- His Devoted Dragon (Ace and Beau)

I'm sorry to say, but this one was a little bland to me. Not much action until the very end, and not much forward movement on the over-arching story of dragon de-population, either. I did enjoy the back-and-forth between Ace and Ten, and I really enjoyed seeing all the divine omegas come together and support Beau.

5- His Scarred Dragon (Tennyson and Khyler)

I was glad to see Ten finally find his mate. Especially after how he razzed Ace when Ace found his mate, Ten had it coming. Ten has been stoic and solitary (save for his dragon brothers) for hundreds of years, and he's good with it. He doesn't have time for a mate. Then, fate steps in, and it's out of his hands. Khyler is a divine omega, but he has plans for his life that don't consist solely of sitting at home having dragon babies. Ten and Khyler fight their attraction, but fate has the final say.

Gabriel Amari is the narrator for all the books and he does a great job keeping the voices consistent from book to book. Great pacing and emotional delivery.

I received a free copy of this audiobook at my request and am voluntarily leaving this honest review.