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- File Size: 4150 KB
- Print Length: 220 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B007FWWVJE
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #604,593 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Princess' Dragon Lord (Hot Paranormal Romance Novella) Kindle Edition
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The amazon blurb tells you pretty much what happened, and as you might have clocked, it's a tale of reincarnation and of lovers reunited (but unlike the blurb, as I recall, the trees didn't actually uproot themselves and walk, a la Middle Earth, though they did sway and bend and one did 'catch' the female lead and 'throw' her over the waterfall), and yes, there's a HEA at the end of it.
Add in danger, dreams of the leads's previous lives, the Fae, betrayal, some hot sex, a dragon-type I've never actually encountered before, which was refreshing, and it had potential. I just wish that the author had 'fixed' it before publishing it.
I enjoyed the concept of the story, even with the switching between past and present the story was smooth and interesting. The characters were likeable, the romance felt rushed but it is a short story so not surprising. There were editing issues but it didn't distract me from the story. I have only given this three stars because I liked the read not loved it.
I liked the ideas introduced and thought some of them quite interesting (such as Azoth's punishment), the magical elements work well and there is enough intrigue and drama to keep the reader guessing who is behind the dangers Diana faces. My dislikes; the romance is rushed between Diana and Azoth. One moment she is running away in fear as she has no idea who he is, the next she's getting intimate with him during bath time. Also Diana's moments of memories of her past Fae life are perhaps used a little too frequently as clues and explanations.
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