- File Size: 2182 KB
- Print Length: 455 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0990866599
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Otherworld Publishing, LLC; 1 edition (June 26, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 26, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XNJHU8A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,514,706 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The funny thing is, I generally dislike funny books. This is the second funny book I've read in over thirty years that I actually enjoyed. Does this mean that this is a funny hot fudge sundae with a warm and gooey brownie at the bottom? Yeah, I guess it does. It made me laugh, but it also made me savor every word. Morgan was spunky and sassy, the offspring of Queen Latifah and Conan (the barbarian, not the TV host).
In short: If you think you might enjoy a sexy, sword-and-sorcery comedy with dragons and werewolves, then this is the book for you.
But then Vallen learns that an old knight friend has decided to amass an army and conquer that realm that he left Morgan in he decides to ride to her rescue again. But to his surprise, Morgan has picked up a teenage werewolf that she is going to help her avenger her pack along with getting Vallen for leaving her in that realm to begin with. Doing the right thing is not going to be easy for Vallen.
This is my first book of Isabelle Saint-Michael’s and I loved it. You have the typical fantasy romance story that is turned on its head. I loved the conflict between Morgan and Vallen, neither knows how to back down from a fight and think they know how to solve problems for other people. And the snark from Heather and Young just make this story.
This is not going to be my last book from Isabelle Saint-Michael. I can’t wait to see what happens in Practical Uses for Princes With Pointed Ears and Holiday Spirit for Hire.
I received this book from World Wind Virtual Tours for free in exchange for an honest review.
A funny and entertaining story full of action and adventure!
It has some interesting characters, that range from fearless warrior maiden, to a cowardly but loyal ally, and of course dragons.
What prevails in the story line is the selflessness, honor and need to help others at any cost.
Love will find its way in the most unexpected place.
There are a lot of fighting sequences, and some hot and sexy scenes.
Can't wait for the next installment.
Note: I received a digital copy free for review and an honest an unbiased opinion
Morgan is heartbroken after the death of her true love. She finds herself rescued by a dragon lord, Vallenm who also rescues his brother Young. SHe is not best pleased when they dragons dump her in another realm, with no hope of getting home. At least now she has purpose, revenge on the dragons for leaving her there. But all is not as it seems, old enemies return, and so do those thought lost forever.
This started off amusing, and finished amusing. Its the middle bit that I didn't connect with. Can't pinpoint why, either. Usually dragons are a good bet with me, and while this wasn't bad, its wasn't amazing either.
Its told from Morgan's POV in the first person, and Vallen has his say in the third. This way of writing a book is popping up more and more often, and sometimes it works, sometimes not. Not so here, for me anyway. A change in chapter usually heralds the change in POV but I would still have like that change headed.
It does have a lot of amusing parts, particularly between Vallen and Morgan in the beginning, I mean, she is swinging above a stock pot, waiting to be added to said pot, and all she can do is argue with the troll who wants to eat her. Vallen doesn't quite get Morgan and it did make for SOME funny points.
It has some steam, passion and love. It has some danger, scary bits and backstabbing betrayal. It just did not connect the dots, for me.
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