- File Size: 1417 KB
- Print Length: 147 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 10, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06Y6DKRJT
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,051 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Iron (Rent-A-Dragon Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Iron is an amazingly well written story. The storyline is captivating and intriguing, it hooks you in and doesn't allow escape. Heck, you don't want to escape. The characters are cocky- well they are dragons so ya cocky.
Just one question, where can I rent one??!!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
LOVED Magnus. Loved his tortured soul and how everything was not as it seemed! I was happy with how both the other metal dragons told him flat out that it wasn't his fault when they found out he believed it was. There were times I wanted to shake some since into Lindy, but one bitten, twice shy. I was happy that when it came down to it, she was determined not to let her fears override everything! Cannot wait for Titus' book!
This was a pretty good story. I liked Lindy and Magnus and enjoyed seeing them get together.
Lindy is a mechanic and owner of an auto repair shop that used to be her father's. Lindy's lost her mother at an early age and only had her father. When he died recently, Lindy was lonely and made the mistake of getting involved with a man she didn't love and who ended up stealing from her business. Lindy needs a new mechanic to help keep things going and winds up at Rent-a-Dragon, hoping to find temporary help.
Magnus is a Iron dragon that is many centuries (or maybe millennia) old. He and his ship mates (think old Viking types) set out from their home to find mates but a big storm capsized their boat, causing them to get frozen in ice until the Oracle found them and thawed them out. Magnus and his shipmates have been staying with Aegis, Opal & Citrine (from "Emerald Dragon" from the Awakened Dragons series) while they get acclimated to the modern world and try to find their mates.
Magnus is good at fixing things but is plagued by fears about whether he deserves his new life because he blames himself for him and his friends being capsized and frozen. Nightmares about what happened keep Magnus up at night and he tends to go driving to clear his head. One night, he finds a woman on the side of the road with a flat tire and no jack. He helps her out but she's wary of him. Magnus realizes that she's his mate but not until she's already driving off and he doesn't know how to find her. Magnus is depressed about finding and losing his mate so quickly but fate smiles on him because Lindy shows up at Rent-a-Dragon looking for help and Magnus is just the man/dragon to do it.
Magnus starts working for Lindy and she's not easy to get close to. Lindy was crushed when her father died and hurt by her Ex stealing from her so she's not in a hurry to get involved with someone, especially when it means losing them could cause more hurt. Magnus takes things slow and makes sure Lindy is confident in him and comfortable with him. They're able to start something between them while Magnus helps at the garage and protects her from the guys trying to force her out of business (which ends up being a bit deeper of an issue than expected). With a bit of time and some effort, Magnus is able to get past Lindy's defenses and they end things starting on a well deserved HEA together.
This was a pretty enjoyable story. I liked Lindy...she was a bit resistant to a relationship at first but I could understand why. I was happy that she didn't take too long to allow Magnus in. Magnus was a good guy and did whatever he could to protect Lindy and make her happy. Overall, this was a pretty good story and I liked the characters so I'd recommend it. :)
This book is enjoyable to read. Magnus is sexy and comforting, the perfect dragon to rescue a damsel in distress. And Lindy definitely needs rescuing. Recognizing that she is in a vulnerable state of mind at this time, Lindy tries to resist Magnus's overtures. When an evil foe from the dragon's past surfaces, though, Lindy and Magnus realize that they must come together to destroy the threat to their happiness. Lots of action both in and out of bed. Love the characters and the storyline. Got to go now. Titanium, book 3 in the Rent-A-Dragon series, is waiting on my KIndle...
Romance, passion, sweet gestures... what we want for our relationships all here.
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