- File Size: 2221 KB
- Print Length: 102 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 25, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074SRJJQD
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #576,274 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Dragon's Valentine: A Falk Clan Tale (The Falk Clan Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I love C.D. Gorri's Grazi Kelly, Angela Tanner & Macconwood tales, so I was looking forward to reading this extended version of The Dragon’s Valentine and finding out how it fits together with the other books.
Unsurprisingly I was not disappointed, C.D. Gorri has a way of writing that sucks you into the world she has created. A world of werewolves, witches and now... dragons.
Yes!! Dragons are real and one of them has claimed Winifred (a member of The Macconwood Wolf Pack) as his mate.
This is a hot and steamy story, which, although it's set within the world that C.D. Gorri has created, is a wonderful stand alone read.
Dragons are my favourite supernatural creatures and I can't wait to find out more about Callius Falk and his brothers
I love dragons, they are by far my favourite shifters in the paranormal world. It's hard to find good dragon stories, they are either high fantasy or cheesy as hell. But this, oh, short but oh so sweet!
I must admit I'm not a big hard core romance/adult/smut reader, not saying I don't like it, but I'm just not as drawn to them like I am to magical creatures. So this mix was perfect for me.
I also have to admit that it has one of my favourite types of smut scenes. I'm not going to say because that will ruin this luscious read for the rest of you. I'll give you a hint, -Backroom- That's it, no more... lol
I want to know more about the dragons that Mrs. Gorri has introduced. I hope she expands more on this world, past and present. In saying that, we are introduced to a new pack member. Fred, or Winifred. She's kick a**, smart and I like the way she thinks. She knows what's what, and she isn't afraid to give you a piece of her mind. I believe we could be friends, if she only existed...lol
Our hot dragon, well, he's every girls wet dream, the worst thing though, I kept picture Damon from the Vampire Diaries. (I bit the bullet and finally started watching it. ... still not sure if I like it, but I like Damon.) His cocky attitude, the way he dressed and the way he was described walking up to the bar.. All. I. Saw. Was. Damon! Though once he opened his mouth and really starting to get under my sink, they are sadly, not at all that alike. But still hot! ;)
I'll stop gushing now.
Winifred has moved to Maccon city six years ago. She loves it and wants to stay here for good. Although, because of her ex-boyfriend, it now seems a little difficult. It's Valentine's Day and she is still pissed off at her liar of an ex, plus she is not having really a good night. There is too much noise at the bar where she works, she just wants her shift to end so she can go home and relax. Then she meets someone who literally takes her breath away. But who is he? Or more appropriately, what is he? And why is she attracted to her in a way she has never been attracted to anyone else?
It's a fun and interesting read. Story is lighthearted and flows smoothly from the start until the very end. I think it's a must read for all readers. I'd definitely recommend it to all my friends.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this review voluntarily
After hundreds of years servitude Callius is finally free to seek his mate and place to build not only a life but his castle. It is chance that leads him to Macconwood and Winifred.
The book has some crossover with the other Macconwood tales but it is not a requirement to have read any of them to enjoy this book. A good complete story.