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Twin Dragons (Dragon Lords of Valdier Book 7) by [Smith, S. E.]
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"Characters you will remember forever...." - USA Today Best Selling Author M.K. Eidem

Book Description

Action, Adventure, Suspense, Romance

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  • File Size: 2615 KB
  • Print Length: 310 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500896330
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: September 16, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MNLL0MQ
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,585 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved reading S.E. Smiths other books in this series, and gave most of those books 5 stars. Unfortunately, this book for me was a little boring in places, and a little disappointing in others. The book has some spelling, and misused words in it. Very unusual for this author. Her books are usually more polished.

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l loved the main characters...Cree, Calo, and Melina......I could feel the twin dragons hopelessness, fear, and despair that they would never find their true mate. I felt Melina's sorrow over loosing her gandfather.....so much so I actually cried. The storyline was great, as were the descriptions of the main characters. Melina throwing dung at the twins when they got to close, was absolutely hilarious.....

However, this book, to me, felt choppy in places, and rushed in others. The flow was off. For example: around 40% of the book was of the twins trying to get close to Melina, and Melina dressed up, and acting like a deranged boy. For me, after awhile it got boring. I kept saying to myself, "Come on, get on with it". Also, when they got to earth, after Melina changed into her dragon in the cop shop, the next day or so she tells the brothers to leave....what? She actually thought to stay on earth as a dragon? The twins never explained to her, and she never really asked what being their mate entailed. For them to leave her would have been a death sentence for all of them. You would think the twins would mention that, don't you think? Then the night of the dinner, we know they are going, then bam! It's the next day, and Melina is waking up. It was like the dinner scene was cut out of the book.
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I hated this heroine, I felt she was unworthy to be a mate to these two dragons. SPOILER ALERT..................................SPOILER ALERT.......... I mean what's the point in telling us about the twins internal struggle and resignation to die after one more mission. THEN saddle them with a heroine that's too stupid to tell the difference between the good guys and bad! 40% into the book and she's still pretending to be a boy? Hides her looks, runs away from them, is mean to them and then expect them to be attracted to 'her' as the girl! Wtf!

For the author to drag this secret on to almost half the book? I almost threw my kindle across the room. I kept thinking what's your point already. And "booooooring"

Then on top of all that she accepts them into her body. Her train of thought leads me to think "thank eff! Finally". Only to have her blow cold the next second going "I just want to be left alone" Seriously? Then after everything she tells them to leave and that she is staying on earth.
S.E Smith was that really necessary?

I couldn't help but think to myself "my god these twins have gone through enough feeling hopeless all their lives that they will never live like other people. Never feel complete in this life. That they must end their own lives to save others!" Then they're given this miracle that doesn't seem worth it. They didn't deserve this bit of pain, I think. I they were a pair of playboys then yeah, go ahead and punish them a little.

Then when she finally accepts them she allows one to beat someone else almost to a bloody pulp when there was no real harm done in the first place. She walked off laughing and joking with no remorse whatsoever.

What happens when they get attacked?
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This was probably the worst book by this author. Waste of 3.00. Majority of book was rehash of content from other books in series. I love the Valdier series and this author, but seriously if she is going to ask full book price give us a new book in the series 2/3 of this was duplicate info from earlier books. In my opinion, the new content was in line with the "For the love of Tia" novella which was free for the longest time. I read the story and enjoyed that she wrote the Twins and Melina's story, but I don't feel she took the time to flesh out the story as much as should/could have been. Maybe spending too much time on her other series trying to get them under way. The Magic New Mexico series is following in the Valdier series footsteps, the first book was great had a well thought out story and multiple interesting characters. The Spirit pass series so far has been pretty well done, so is Cosmo's Gateway. The Alliance series, while I have enjoyed the books are not as well fleshed out or edited as some her other series.
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First off the book jumps around all over the place. You'll be somewhere and the next thing you know it's 4 weeks later and a different location all together. This moves the story forward but skips most of the bonding that needs to be shown. Still with what was described, Mel is an understandable character you feel for and want to see happy. Cree and Calo are somewhat difficult to separated but towards the later part of the book their personalities begin to distinguish themselves--I just wish it had happened sooner. I read this book after the first one so I wasn't invested in any of the other characters but I liked how the author kept referring to them and keeping their stories moving forward.

I'll say the romance and sex scenes were pretty tame, but the author uses hardcore words that are a little jarring to read and broke the rhythm of the story for me. Still, it wasn't as steamy as I expected a book about a threesome to be.

I'm glad I bought it and read it but I probably won't buy any others.
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