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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Warner Forever (November 1, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446617679
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446617673
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1.2 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,714,567 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

From Publishers Weekly

A hungry, heartsick 11-foot-tall dragon takes center stage in Rowe's second paranormal tale of Manhattan's "Otherworld," fighting the loneliness of big-city apartment life with a wicked, claw-curling cybersex partner. Theresa Nichols, a winning supporting character from Rowe's Date Me Baby, One More Time, has for the past 200 years been stuck in the body of a dragon, due to an ill-advised drink from Mona, the Goblet of Eternal Youth (who lives in Theresa's apartment, disguised as an espresso maker). In order to meet her cyberlover, Zeke Siccardi, Theresa makes a deal with the Devil, a villain torn between world domination and his hunger for love ("Yes, I am Satan, and I deserve more than empty sex"), to turn her back into a woman for her date. Zeke, however, already knows Theresa's secret—he's an ex-dragonslayer, and he's been hired to find her. When it turns out Zeke's employer, another dragon named Lynam Peressini, wants Theresa dead, Zeke does the honorable thing, vowing to protect Theresa—if he can just suppress his imperative urge to kill her. Rowe keeps her strange island afloat with snappy patter, goofy good humor and enormous imagination. Strong but strange, this is one of those love-it-or-hate-it genre-twisters that will make readers either rabid for more or ready for a good old-fashioned Regency. (Nov.)
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*Starred Review* In this hilarious sequel to Date Me, Baby, One More Time (2006), Theresa Nichols, still stuck in dragon form, acts as interim Guardian of the Goblet. Knowing that she'll freak out the people of Manhattan if she leaves her apartment, Theresa entertains herself by having cybersex with a guy named Zeke. But now Zeke wants to meet her. Theresa wants to meet him, too, but in her present form, this is impossible, and she'll do anything, short of selling her soul to Satan, to regain her human body. Zeke Siccardi is equally determined. Now a private detective, this immortal is ready to put his bloody past as a dragonslayer behind him and become part of the modern world. Rowe's wacky secondary characters are back in full force: the shape-shifting Goblet with attitude; a lovesick Satan; Iris, the touch-me-not object of his affection; and Rivka, Satan's right-hand woman. Rowe's blissfully bizarre paranormal romance works well on its own, but libraries will want the entire series. Shelley Mosley
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More About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Stephanie Rowe is the author of more than 40 novels, including her popular Order of the Blade and NightHunter paranormal romance series. Stephanie is a four-time nominee of the RITA® Award, the highest award in romance fiction. She has won many awards for her novels, including the prestigious Golden Heart® Award. She has received coveted starred reviews from Booklist, and Publishers Weekly has called her work "[a] genre-twister that will make readers...rabid for more."

In additional to her paranormal romances, Stephanie also writes a thrilling romantic suspense series set in Alaska. Publisher's Weekly praised the series debut, ICE, as a "thrilling entry into romantic suspense," and Fresh Fiction called ICE an "edgy, sexy and gripping thriller." Equally as intense and sexy are Stephanie's contemporary romance novels, set in the fictional town of Birch Crossing, Maine.

A life-long reader, Stephanie began crafting stories at age ten, but didn't realize it was her dream until she was an adult. Once the light dawned, she immediately left behind "work" as the world defines it and went to "work" as she defines it, which means getting up every morning with a smile in her heart so she can spend the day doing that which makes her spirit sing.

Stephanie believes in learning to listen to your heart in order to figure out what your dreams are, and then opening yourself to the inspiration that will direct you there. She believes we all deserve the right to enjoy life, and for the ride to be as easy as we want it to be, and that we all should accept nothing less than making our dreams come true.

Stephanie lives in New England, and spends every day doing her best to fill it with people, observations and activities that uplift her soul, which include writing, hiking with her rescue dog, friends, and her amazing family.

For the latest news and subscriber-only giveways, subscribe to her private newsletter at http://stephanierowe.com/contact.html.

You can find Stephanie on the web at the following places:
Website: www.stephanierowe.com,
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StephanieRoweBooks
Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/StephanieRowe2/, and
Twitter: StephanieRowe2.

Customer Reviews

I love the fact that they are soooo bad, trying to be good.
Neker
Now I want to read any Stephanie Rowe book I can get my hands on, and I've already given this one as a gift to a couple friends of mine.
pOoKaFeM
I picked up the first book of the series based on this one and I have to say, I still like this one better.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jill on January 9, 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is the first book by Stephanie Rowe that I have read and I will definitely buy her others. I have found that I really enjoy reading these silly kind of stories. I love that the author can make the story so silly that I laugh out loud and so interesting I don't want to put the book down.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Cheyenne McCray on October 30, 2006
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I hate giving away any spoilers to a book, and this book has so many unique aspects to it that it would be easy to do just that. The books starts out making you grin and ends up with one still grinning. MUST LOVE DRAGONS is a light, humorous paranormal about a female dragon who's stuck in her dragon state and can't switch into her human form, and has been in exhile for 200 years. She lives in an apartment and has been having Cybersex with a guy who wants to meet her and of course she can't because she's a dragon. She decides to make a deal with Satan for her human form. Satan is so funny--and very full of himself. When the hero and heroine get together it turns out he's a reformed dragon slayer. But she brings out the slaying instincts in him and has to fight not to kill her. And what's hysterical is that he has these pheromones, that as soon as she releases them she falls into a puddle of goo and wants to have sex with him. Then she learns that dragon fire doesn't burn slayers, it makes them practically unconscious from desire. So their first sex scene is funny and hot. His pheromones are like the smell of chocolate cake or frosting, rich decadent desserts. Who wouldn't want a guy like that?

Definitely a keeper!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By AmazonShopper on January 10, 2007
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I love this book! It was a lot of fun read, especially since I am a dragon myself. We get lots of bad press.

I actually read this book (Must Love Dragons) BEFORE I read the first book (Date Me Babe, One More Time) in the series and I didn't get lost and had a really good time. I picked up the first book of the series based on this one and I have to say, I still like this one better. I'm looking forward to her new book coming out in May (He Loves Me, He Loves Me Hot).

And there were some scenes that were VERY hot ;-) Like I said - a good read.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By pOoKaFeM on February 1, 2007
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than this book is for you! It's cleverly written with language that will surprise you and keep you laughing. The paranormal connections keep this quickly moving plotline original. The characters are very well developed, and the chemistry between Theresa and Zeke sizzles off the pages. I'm the kind of person that usually can't get halfway through a book without losing interest, but this actually had me hooked from start to finish. Now I want to read any Stephanie Rowe book I can get my hands on, and I've already given this one as a gift to a couple friends of mine. You'll want to read it, read it again, then lend it to everyone you know who's a book lover.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Colleen Keller on November 5, 2006
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This writer has a lot of potential. There is a world here, I just don't know if the world is to be a revised contemporary one or if it is its' own unique one. The world isn't as stable as it should be, meaning there are inconsistencies to what the rules appear to be.

Do people know what Slayers are and that they've lived a long time? They live and work in the real world some as real slayers and the hero as an excellent missing person detective who has given up slaying. Then there is the heroine, the dragon who because of her dragon form hasn't been able to live in the "real" world for over 200 years, but she knows what a computer is and has had cyber sex with the hero for over six month.

I never really understand what size the dragon is. She lives in condos apparently quite comfortably and has managed to come by clothes, that as a dragon she wears.

One scene she has Zeke, the hero, go to her condo to pick up some clothes for her. This is after she's in human form and she's gone out and bought other clothes. He brings back clothes that he remembers as being part of their cyber sex. Shouldn't those clothes be too large for the woman she's become now?

There are many things like this that, for me, take away from the story. I did like Zeke and Theresa (T), when there was a connection between the two of them it was very nice. The connection wasn't always there. I didn't really understand T's place in the world and her association with all the other active and mentioned characters. She was more one dimensional for me. No matter how much of a background she was given and that the whole story surrounded her and what people wanted from her. I just didn't seem to see anything deeper in her.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Firefoot on December 16, 2006
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I'm through half of it and absolutely love it. Sure it's kinda silly, well really silly, but there is just something about that makes me want to read more. After searching through the amazon page about this book, I just realized it's a sequel. I discovered this book at a "white elephant" party and stole it from a friend (it came with a box of chocolates). The back cover is hilarious by itself, and I immediatly knew I was in for a good time. I'm off to buy the first novel "Baby date me one more time." Cheers!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mythadventures on August 16, 2007
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Must Love Dragons by Stephanie Rowe was an enjoyable read. This book picks up where Date Me, Baby, One More Time ends. The focus this time is the dragon, Theresa, and her exploits with her cyberlover Zach. The character of Theresa is amusing and engaging. She lives in the moment without a lot of thought to the consequences of her actions. When what she's done catches up with her, she strives to correct her mistakes. In the course of the book you actually see the character grow. Her love interest isn't all that compelling, but he has his place as does his history. The lovesick Satan is amusing as well. I just have a hard time with the syntax the author uses in his dialog. I'm not sure if he's affecting some sort of accent or not.

Overall, I liked this book better than the first one in the series. I do like the way the author takes a minor character from the first book and moves on to more detail with the second book. I know the third book also picks up with another character and moves forward.
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