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Posted June 23, 2013
The only word that keeps running through my mind to describe thi
The only word that keeps running through my mind to describe this story is “fun”. The author is a good writer with a lot of witty humor that keeps you reading and enjoying from beginning to end. The characters each had their quirks and all contributed to the funny factor.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The teasing banter between Sandra and Koishi is amusing and occasionally even sweet. Their chemistry is good, but not over the top, and when they got down to it, they were hot. I did feel that Koishi had more depth to him than Sandra did. Sandra, while likeable and all, seemed a little two dimensional. What you see is what you get with her. Koishi showed a little more evolution throughout the story in different ways so it was really to his character that I was particularly attached.
The plot itself was pretty predictable, I won’t lie, but it was exciting and fun which made up for it and kept me reading anyway. Koishi’s very dragon way of looking at things felt very authentic and stayed true throughout and that too brought the book up in stature. This was truly just a fun, pretty light hearted read all around.
If you’re looking for a quick fun, sexy read – look no further! Koishi is an urban fantasy full of goblins, dwarves, and dragons around every corner. You won’t be left wanting and will finish with a smile.
Posted February 12, 2013
I LOVE DRAGONS! I of course say this often, but I felt the need
I LOVE DRAGONS! I of course say this often, but I felt the need to reiterate And it’s funny! and it’s full of adventures, and action, and then of course there’s hot dragons! Ok, I will try to stop saying how awesome the dragons are LOL It’s got another unique spin on why dragons are in our world to begin with. And the whole gates, and the other side, is very cool!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Sandra is beautiful and strong and on a seriously desperate mission to help save her sister from death. She is willing to do anything to get this cure, even bargin with a dragon! And this poor girl, when you meet her, she is loosing every ounce of anything left in her stomach over the sides of the boat as she is traveling to this little island. And I so give her props, as she meets “him” and pulls it off well. I like her, and I like her courage, and I of course like that she gets to hang out with a dragon!
Koishi is a bleep. He comes off as cocky, conceited, and of course HAWT! He’s only interested in his job and his treasures. That’s until the day he meets the intriguing and beautiful American, Sandra. She totally gives him a major surprise and a crazy wake up call. It’s quite fun. And let me just say I thought it was so good for him after he talks about eating little fuzzy chihuahuas!!
I love the world that this story was built on and I really like the writing. It’s not often that you hear a male’s point of view written by a woman that actually sounds like a man! Did that sentence just make sense? LOL Let me just say I have every intention and will definitely be going in for book two as soon as it’s out!! HIGH FIVE! And a SOARINGLY BEAUTIFUL 5 PAWS from me!!!
Posted February 4, 2013
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