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I'm sort of confused as to how I feel about the book. I mean, it wasn't the worst book I've ever read, but it certainly wasn't the best either. Not by a long shot.

Some of the issues I had with the book was that it was very rushed at some points of the book which seemed very important in terms of story line and character growth. For example, when Faye breaks up with Eric and goes out on the town only 2 days later and meets up with Dex. Another example: Faye getting pregnant. It happened so quickly, and while it wasn't really all that surprising, these pivotal developments in someones life just get glossed over at times.

Another thing that has stopped me from giving this more stars is that the supporting characters were very 1 dimensional. The had no character growth or anything else that made me interested in learning about them further. For instance, Arrow. I am really confused. Am I supposed to like this guy or what? Because one minute, he's charming and funny and the next he's man handling women and calling Faye a Bitch. And not in good fun either. Or Tracker, what's up with him? I get the feeling that he was supposed to by vying for Faye's attentions, or have feelings for her, but it was never delved into any further beyond a kiss and then a fight with Dex. The character development as all very strange.

I feel like this book was stuck somewhere in between genre's. I generally never tend to read gang/motorcycle club books as the lifestyle and settings of the book often involve story lines that aren't my cup of tea. Most often women being raped, beaten or abused in someway shape or form. But this book was almost to sweet to fit into that category.
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My ‘Blogging Reader’s Review’ after reading ‘DRAGON'S LAIR' by Author Chantal Fernando (via: Booksmoviesfandoms.wordpress.c o m):

I finished reading ‘Dragon’s Lair’ by Chantal Fernando in such a short amount of time because it was that enjoyable. Could not put it down. You’ll meet a hot biker named Dexter ‘Sin’ Black and twenty-year-old Faye. Readers, in case you’re wondering, ‘Dragon’s Lair’ is written in Faye’s P.O.V.(point of view). The main female character, Faye, comes to the realization that no matter how much she plans her life, things sometimes go in a whole different direction. And it usually turns out to be for the best.

After getting her heart broken when she discovers that her longtime boyfriend is a cheater and having parents concerned more about image than about their daughter Faye’s happiness, she decides to do something out of the norm. With her long term plans ruined thanks to her now ex-boyfriend Eric, she throws caution to the wind and heads out for a night of fun at a familiar bar by the name of ‘Knox’s Tavern’(familiar from Chantal Fernando’s ‘Maybe Series’). Faye is a beautiful twenty-year-old law student with long-auburn hair and hazel eyes. On her night out, she runs into someone she hasn’t seen in five years, her childhood crush. He was a cute bad boy when she knew him then but he has grown up to be a sexy biker. He invites her to enjoy the night with him and she agrees.

After one night of bliss and fantasy fulfillment with a guy named Dexter Black, whom she never thought she’d get to know in such an intimate way, she can’t seem to get him off of her mind. Faye has no idea how much her life will change after that night.
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This is the perfect book for someone who wants a MC book that is a bit lighter. Although set in a motorcycle club world, it is more of a romance with the MC as a setting. It is actually a sweet story about a girl who sought solace in the one person she’s always wanted, but never dreamed of having…her boyfriend’s brother.

Faye has her future all laid out, despite her controlling, overbearing parents. So when her boyfriend betrays her, she throws caution in the wind and through luck and timing has one wild night with the guy she always fantasized about since she was little. That one night leads her down a path that she never would have chosen for herself – violence, guns, feuds and revenge.

Faye was strong when she needed to be. However, she had a vulnerability, especially when it came to Dex. I really liked her. Sure she was an emotional girl who was thrust into a world she never volunteered to be in, but she adapted and let herself see the world for what it really was – just a bunch of guys who were a family.

And then there was Dex. He was not what I expected from a guy in a motorcycle club. Sure he was a bit rough around the edges, but he really was a good guy. There was no stupidity, no male macho ego – he genuinely wanted to do right by Faye and it was obvious how much he cared for her. He was not at all what I expected.

This book was very light. No hard core violence or any other dark scenarios that one would normally find in a MC biker book. It has all the elements of a New Adult book instead – angst, steamy sex, swoon-worthy. It is a quick read
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