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Luck of the Dragon (Entangled Covet)

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

While following the comforting arc of a good romance novel, &quo

While following the comforting arc of a good romance novel, "Luck of The Dragon" is refreshingly original. The main characters, Lucy and Alec, are easy to become absorbed with - great chemistry and an enticing combination of light/dark personalities -Scott doe...
While following the comforting arc of a good romance novel, "Luck of The Dragon" is refreshingly original. The main characters, Lucy and Alec, are easy to become absorbed with - great chemistry and an enticing combination of light/dark personalities -Scott does a clever job keeping the age-old tale of falling in love fresh and her writing moves quickly and is action packed.




To be honest, though, the secondary characters were the real hook for me - particularly Alec's lieutenants, who I found myself thinking about even when I wasn't reading. What happens to this complex and dynamic group? Looking forward to more reading - hopefully this will be a series.




Finally, the dragon thing. A longstanding vampire fan myself, I was skeptical that any writer could bring "sexy" to a creature that I associate with reptiles to some extent. Hats off to Susannah Scott, the mental leap has been made. Alec is seriously one sexy beast.

posted by AKMS on June 24, 2013

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Fun, Character-Driven Paranormal Romance

Scott's "Luck of the Dragon" is a quick, engaging paranormal romance. I really like Alec and Lucy, and they work very well together as a couple. Scott did a very good job of developing this hidden world of dragons, although I would have liked to see a bit more developme...
Scott's "Luck of the Dragon" is a quick, engaging paranormal romance. I really like Alec and Lucy, and they work very well together as a couple. Scott did a very good job of developing this hidden world of dragons, although I would have liked to see a bit more development of some of the secondary characters.

I hope Scott writes more books set in this fictional world -- especially if it turns out that there are still dragon-slaying knights running around. I could totally see one such knight pairing up with Lilly Belle. :)

Recommended to fans of Thea Harrison, Katie Reus, and Jean Johnson. -- lyradora

posted by grisaille on January 5, 2014

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