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Nathan's Heart (a Dragon-Shifter Paranormal Romance) (Brotherhood of Bandits (Mating Fever) Book 1) Kindle Edition
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You could start by saying - 158 pages, that's a novella. Well, only if it's a complete story. This reads like the first couple chapters of a longer story. Which I'm sure is deliberate on the part of the author. If you're actually looking for a *story*, this is not it. This is a fragment, at best. A fragment that is moving so fast that it's not fleshed out, and while we're getting some details, there are entire large sections of the bigger story that are just being ignored. Honestly, I got to the end of the book, and was pissed off. I feel totally gyped. This is not a book. And that I paid full price for it just makes me mad. If this fragment had even been more fleshed out, you could have sold it as a book. Draw out the first meeting, ramp up the sexual tension, put in some more of the history, show us more of the larger community, and ending where it did could have been reasonable. But as it was written, this was just disappointing. Which sucks, because the story has promise. Even the writing has promise. But not at $3 for a couple chapters. That's just a rip-off. If I could return it for my money back, I would.
I think this book and the series has a lot of potential but it was so short that the author didn't have enough time to do some critical world building, which I think is crucial when you are writing about paranormal themes. I was really interested in her use of dragon shape shifters, since I've never read a story about that before and I loved that the story took place in DC (where I work) but it's hard to get into the plot because there are too many unanswered questions. Since the book is so short, the hero and heroine fall in love almost instantly, so there's no romantic tension to drive the story.
I think this series has a lot of potential but I hope the next book is a lot longer and takes more time to do the world building and character development it deserves.