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Posted July 15, 2013
Mildly Diverting Paranormal Romance
Miller's "Demand of the Dragon" is a passably entertaining shapeshifter romance. Lucy and Caleb are interesting characters, and their island home of Feralon is intriguing.
Unfortunately, the text is riddled with grammatical errors, typographical errors, and sentence fragments. Additionally, there are odd gaps in the plot; eg, if the dragons are ruled by a queen, why do males have the right to dictate who their female relatives will marry? And why did Tristan pick such a weakling as Geezer for Lucy? Also, why were only Caleb and Lucy looking for Tristan, and why was the unstable interdimensional portal in Lucy's ancestral home left unguarded for three years after Tristan disappeared through it? And other assorted problems.
Overall, this was a story with lots of potential, but it left me unsatisfied. -- lyradora
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Posted June 5, 2014
I don't know if there were changes made after lyradora made her review of this novella but I don't see any grammatical or typographical errors and story gaps. The queen couldn't do anything because of Tristan's last will and testament, the portal remained unguarded because all along it was thought that that portal was stable, nobody knew what happened to Tristan and Caleb in that portal... and what's wrong with only 2 characters looking for Tristan?Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 8, 2013
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