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Dragon's Honor (Paranormal Protection Agency)

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  • Posted October 15, 2013

    Dragon's Honor is the 6th book in Mina Carter's Paranormal Prote

    Dragon's Honor is the 6th book in Mina Carter's Paranormal Protection Agency series. Each book can be read as a stand alone book.

    In Dragon's Honor, twin dragon shifters Baron and Duke are assigned to protect Honor Croft and secretly dig up dirt on her alleged criminal father.  Nothing is as it seems and Baron has his hands full trying to protect Honor who turns out to be his fated mate.  

    I really enjoyed the story. I enjoyed the romance, the intrigue, the mystery.  Honor and Baron get their HEA but the ending does leave open some loose ends that I can only hope is tied up in the next story if it is about Baron's twin brother Duke.  I especially loved the brief mention of Iliona and her gargoyle lovers.  I like all the books in the series but the first two with Iliona are still my favorite. Definitely recommend this series.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 3, 2014

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    Dragon¿s Honor    A fast paced page turner that kept me reading

    Dragon’s Honor   

    A fast paced page turner that kept me reading on and on.  Duke and Baron, shadow dragons are assigned protection duty for a human daughter of a business mogul. Daddy wants his little princess protected, but the princess doesn’t think she needs protecting. Fortunately, there’s a spark, instantaneous recognition that Baron’s dragon knows how special this Daddy’s princess really is. 
    Ms. Carter has woven a magical tale of paranormal excitement. Not only do you get dragons, you get redcaps (a fascinating lot, be sure to have some iron handy), trolls (that can make a nice midnight snack for a hungry dragon) and a cute little dragonet. Of course, there has to be the evil wizard that is behind the mischievous lot.  And Baron’s dragon provides a whole lot of sizzle and steam between him and Honor.
    Great read, I can’t wait to read more of this series.

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