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Naked Dragon: A Works Like Magick Novel Mass Market Paperback – January 5, 2010
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McKenna Greylock, still mourning the deaths of her mother and grandmother, is trying to fulfill her mother’s dream of turning the old, rundown family home into a bed-and-breakfast. When she hires Bastian Dragonelli, a handyman whose rudimentary grasp of English is hilariously literal but who has rare qualities and abilities, she does not suspect that he is a dragon warrior on a mission to save his brothers. When told to paint a room, he creates a vivid, colorful mural featuring dragons, inadvertently establishing the theme for the B&B. Despite wanting to keep her distance, McKenna is curiously drawn to Bastian, who has a strange physical attribute. Blair’s unusual paranormal about a solitary witch and a dragon man features charming characters, rich relationships, an inviting community, and sensuous lovemaking, all rolled up in a rollicking good read. Readers will look forward to more fun with tales of Bastian’s brothers in future installments in Blair’s Works Like Magick series. --Diana Tixier Herald
About the Author
Annette Blair writes historical and contemporary romances, including My Favorite Witch and The Kitchen Witch.
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-Side note- McKenna is a real woman and it was refreshing to have one in a story instead of the picture perfect woman that today's society wants.
Bastian Dragonelli has spent so many years as a dragon he forgot how to be human. He eats popsicle sticks, calls McKenna's cat a snack and takes everything too literally. Even though the last time he was human he was a Roman soldier, he is a very fast learner and even though he doesn't want to, he takes his time with McKenna. He sees her as this gorgeous strong woman and will do what is necessary get McKenna to let him into her heart. Fate couldn't have picked a bigger challenge for Bastian in the form of Mckenna Greylock. She comes from a family of magick and has bad experiences with men starting from the time her grandfather let her grandmother and his family. She is determined to see Bastian as nothing more than just her employee but each day he works on her defenses. He is sweet to her and sees her as a beautiful woman with a body he wants to worship. She of course sees herself as being too big and not pretty enough for someone like Bastian. But Bastian will be patient and wait for her to see that he is a man who is worth the risk.
One Annette Blair's website, it said this book is a Paranormal Romantic Comedy which couldn't be more right. Bastien takes everything too literally and it is very funny to read about. He also starts to feel what McKenna feels because of they are each others heart mates. Well when it is is close to being McKenna's that time of the month he starts to go through PMS. I was laughing out loud reading about how he cried his feet were getting bigger, his hands were swollen, he missed his brothers, he thought he was dying and when she gets up to leave the room for a minute he wines, '...how can you leave me in my time of need?'. Isn't that exactly how a man would act? Heck, some can't even take having the flu.
Naked Dragon is fun book with sweet characters. McKenna is more worried about letting her dead relatives down than not having a place to live. Bastian cares more about the lives of his brother's and his Kenna than his own and will do whatever it takes to protect them. This is the first book in Annette Blair's A Works Like Magick series and I plan to continue on reading and am looking forward to the next book in the series.