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Twin Dragons (Dragon Lords of Valdier Book 7) Kindle Edition

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Melina Franklin and her grandfather were kidnapped by an alien trader and sold to a mining asteroid in deep space. Mistaken for a young boy, she lives in fear of being found out. Twin brothers Calo and Cree Aryeh are a rare species of dragon known for their fierceness in battle. The brothers know they will never be able to have a true mate of their own. But when two humans are discovered on an abandoned asteroid mine, their dragons insist the boy is their true mate. They discover Mel is really Melina, but she refuses to have anything to do with either of them. Can they convince her to give them a chance at happiness?

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  • File Size: 2614 KB
  • Print Length: 310 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: September 16, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MNLL0MQ
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,938 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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S. E. Smith is a New York Times, USA TODAY and #1 Amazon International Bestselling Author. Susan enjoys sharing her amazing worlds filled with action, adventure, love, laughter and tears with her readers. Her stories focus on strong characters and the dynamics of their relationships as they deal with diverse situations. She is known for her world building that takes readers away. She is a true dreamer who believes in HEA. Readers can check out her website at http://sesmithfl.com and chat with her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/se.smith.5.

Author's Note: For those who wonder, I did not write "Phoenix". I hope this doesn't cause to much confusion! Thank you, (the other)~S. E. Smith~

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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 24, 2014
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I hated this heroine, I felt she was unworthy to be a mate to these two dragons. SPOILER ALERT..................................SPOILER ALERT.......... I mean what's the point in telling us about the twins internal struggle and resignation to die after one more mission. THEN saddle them with a heroine that's too stupid to tell the difference between the good guys and bad! 40% into the book and she's still pretending to be a boy? Hides her looks, runs away from them, is mean to them and then expect them to be attracted to 'her' as the girl! Wtf!

For the author to drag this secret on to almost half the book? I almost threw my kindle across the room. I kept thinking what's your point already. And "booooooring"

Then on top of all that she accepts them into her body. Her train of thought leads me to think "thank eff! Finally". Only to have her blow cold the next second going "I just want to be left alone" Seriously? Then after everything she tells them to leave and that she is staying on earth.
S.E Smith was that really necessary?

I couldn't help but think to myself "my god these twins have gone through enough feeling hopeless all their lives that they will never live like other people. Never feel complete in this life. That they must end their own lives to save others!" Then they're given this miracle that doesn't seem worth it. They didn't deserve this bit of pain, I think. I they were a pair of playboys then yeah, go ahead and punish them a little.

Then when she finally accepts them she allows one to beat someone else almost to a bloody pulp when there was no real harm done in the first place. She walked off laughing and joking with no remorse whatsoever.

What happens when they get attacked?
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Misty Moore on September 19, 2014
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I loved reading S.E. Smiths other books in this series, and gave most of those books 5 stars. Unfortunately, this book for me was a little boring in places, and a little disappointing in others. The book has some spelling, and misused words in it. Very unusual for this author. Her books are usually more polished.

****************************************SPOILER ALERT***************************************

l loved the main characters...Cree, Calo, and Melina......I could feel the twin dragons hopelessness, fear, and despair that they would never find their true mate. I felt Melina's sorrow over loosing her gandfather.....so much so I actually cried. The storyline was great, as were the descriptions of the main characters. Melina throwing dung at the twins when they got to close, was absolutely hilarious.....

However, this book, to me, felt choppy in places, and rushed in others. The flow was off. For example: around 40% of the book was of the twins trying to get close to Melina, and Melina dressed up, and acting like a deranged boy. For me, after awhile it got boring. I kept saying to myself, "Come on, get on with it". Also, when they got to earth, after Melina changed into her dragon in the cop shop, the next day or so she tells the brothers to leave....what? She actually thought to stay on earth as a dragon? The twins never explained to her, and she never really asked what being their mate entailed. For them to leave her would have been a death sentence for all of them. You would think the twins would mention that, don't you think? Then the night of the dinner, we know they are going, then bam! It's the next day, and Melina is waking up. It was like the dinner scene was cut out of the book.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Joanne on September 24, 2014
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First of all, I read this entire series up thru book 7 straight thru. The story lines are really good! I love how she overlaps each of the stories, and the reader is able to follow each story while still knowing what's going on at the same time in each of the other stories. It's almost as if she mapped out a time line for everything before she even started writing.

Here's what I DON'T like.... In the author's bio, she states that her background is in writing technical papers. Either they don't have a need for proper grammar in technical papers or she didn't succeed very well in her former job.

The author seems to have absolutely no understanding of present and past tense, among several other things. The glaring problem throughout each of the books tho is her consistent failure to use wrong tenses, and it drove me crazy! Granted, I still wanted to finish the books, and I'll buy future ones. But, this is an easy fix just with the use of a grammar checker!!! I don't understand how someone can screw this up as much as she did unless she either didn't take the time to run the grammar check or she didn't proofread it. Either way, it screams laziness to me and truly irritates me.

My other "beef" with the author's grammar is her improper or lack of use of commas.

As for her writing style, I would say I it's still very indicative of the technical papers she's used to writing. She has very little variation in her sentence structure and absolutely no prose to her writing that a true author would have. Taking out the sexual content, this is 3rd grade level reading material (and that might be generous).

Now, for what it is - a self-published book on Amazon that costs four bucks - yeah, it's a good but not worth more than 3 stars.
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