This book I have recently read. It's been out for some time and I decided to get it because I knew I was just going to keep thinking about it later. Please note that this book is not really a paranormal romance. It is more of a fantasty.
She's in danger from mysterious dark knights, she's discovering magic she never knew existed, and she's falling head over heels in love. Book I of the Legends of Mynos series One night destroys Arianna's home, wipes out her family and flings her into a world turned upside down. He's only kissed her once, but Arianna feels as if she's always known Sir Geoffrey, the Wolverine knight who saves her life. She can hear his thoughts, feel his memories. One kiss, and they're trapped in a bond they didn't choose and cannot break. Their world's in terrible danger, their one hope the fabled crystal of the dragon, Mynos. But only a woman can touch the crystal and survive. This book has been previously published and has been revised from its original release.
I will admit that this book has the beginings of a good series. It does, however, have your basic fairytale format. *WARNING MIGHT BE SPOILERS SKIP THIS PART IF YOU MUST* (Girl meets Guy, girl falls in love with guy, guy is in love with girl but doesn't realize it so he pushes her away, girl cries, guy later realizes that he loves girl and tells her, girl and guy cries (joyfully), girl gets into trouble then kidnapped, guy cries at loss, guy rescues girl, girl and guy cries, toss in a really cool dragon and an evil jealous B*#$! and you've got this book)
Another thing I had with this book were the 50 different ways the lovers in this book would say "I love you". They would say it to each other constantly. Its not a bad thing to say it more than once, but I felt that it was a little too much.
I will admit though that the book was entertaining and good enough for me to continue on with the series. I think the dragon in the story was just awesome. Over all the book was OK. It is the first book to a series and, for an author, the first book is sometimes the hardest one to produce. But pretty good book.