Dragon Mist Kindle Edition
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This fantastical journey into the paranormal will keep youreading and guessing and sometimes gasping--but I think you will enjoy everysecond of it as I did. ---- Miki'sHope
About the Author
- Publication Date : November 21, 2019
- File Size : 829 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 237 pages
- Language: : English
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- ASIN : B081G1RNDQ
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #678,534 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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The book is about Christine Drachen, a girl who is free spirited, but hiding a secret. She is a shape shifter, her alter none other than a beautiful dragon. However, Christine needs to find herself a mate, a one which is suitable for her kind. She senses who she may be compatible with, and finds an unlikely zing from James.
James is unlike most of the boys Christine knows, he finds her attractive, however she also makes him nervous. He is not used to interacting with females, but there’s something about Christine that draws him in.
Christine needs to work out whether he is her true mate, without giving him the full details of herself, as if she does... the usual punishment for revealing your animal self to humans is death, and Christine does not want that outcome for James.
I was hooked on this book from the first few pages. I thought it was clever how you first learn of her secret, and I was completely taken to another realm through Burnett’s descriptions.
Christine is relatable, and she is a good strong main character. I found it easy to like her and James is a total sweetheart.
I also enjoyed the elements of the story such as their heritage, and how their last name means ‘Dragon’, an obvious clue for something they’re attempting to hide. Her family dynamic is intriguing and I loved delving into this unusual and addictive world.
It was well-written and unique to me, and I found it an enjoyable read. I am glad I broke away from my usual reads to give it a try, as now I want to explore this genre more.
I would recommend this book to lovers of paranormal romance, or a reader wanting to break from their usual genre. An ideal read for those who love action and a sweet romance.
Christine knew what was expected of her as the third daughter and was willing to do what was needed but I liked that she was doing it on her terms. She didn’t just accept that Richard was the right person for her, she found someone who she cared about, who she loved and hoped that James would be able to understand the world that she came from. James kept things interesting. I think he had a case of the brain knew more that it could make sense with and it took time for him to put the clues together. He was careful with passing judgement and he investigated that clues as they were given to him. I liked that he didn’t run away nor did he just accept all that was thrown at him. He trusted his gut, loved Christine, and worked through his doubts asking the right questions.
Dragon Mist in an interesting take on dragon-shifters in the real world and how one girl keeps with traditions of that world while making her life her own.
Fate brings two students together and we watch their friendship grow. Christine is a Drache, a mix of human and dragon, who has been designated to mate with a human to keep the DNA in their genes. Although she is currently paired to someone she isn't overly fond of, after meeting James she begins to wonder if things should change. She's a loveable hippie at heart, who sometimes gets the human / dragon moral boundaries mixed up which is quite a surprise for James. James is such a sweet character who starts to fall for Christine's unusual ways, not realising her shapeshifting secret. As they get closer he starts to wonder about Christine and has many unanswered questions which is cause for him to speculate. The problem is once he knows the secret he must become one of them or be silenced for good. Can Christine keep her emotions at bay or risk losing him?
After a unexpected intense start, I realised reading further along why it had happened. Yet there was also a softness to the story, humor, and intrigue. I loved picking this up to continue their fascinating journey, another wonderful and interesting read from the author.
Christine is the 3rd daughter of a 3rd daughter and according to Drachen tradition she is expected to mate with a human, bare children and mix the gene-pool up a little, but before this happens Christine takes herself off to San Fransico for a few months and became a flower child. She only returns when she accidentally kills a man who forced himself upon her making her shift into dragon form.
Once she returns she meets and feels that jolt of electricity with a human called Jason and wonders if he could be the one to mate with, but little did she know she would actually develop feelings for him. Her father see's it a means to an end but for Christine, she cant help but fall in love.
This was a interesting take on a shifter book, and I loved the Drachen history and traditions. Can love prevail for Christine and Jason or will her dragon tendencies be too much for him? You will have to read the book to find out!