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Dragon Lover

Dragon Lover

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by Jeanne Guzman
For eighteen years Kimball Crossley trained for the day she'd come face-to-face with the demon who murdered her parents. Nothing could've prepared her for the dragon who would change her life forever.

Dmitri of the Langhier Clan is one of the elite Dragon Hunters. For eighteen years he's stood against evil, believing he'll forever be a warrior for his people. That

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Dragon Lover 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
SheilaDeeth More than 1 year ago
What if demons weren’t demons, what if myth were undergirded with reality, and what if dragons were real? Author Jeanne Guzman creates an intriguing mythology of underground nations hiding in plain sight, with hints of vampire, danger and addiction to spice up their lives. But human and dragon worlds collide when evil deeds meet evil imagination, and orphan sisters Kimball and Angelica might find nothing is quite as they’d believed. Part fascinating fantasy adventure and part sensual romance, the mythology’s not just confined to the existence of dragons. There is convincing world-building here, a seriously sensuous take on dragon love-making, and a thread of intriguing questioning as misunderstandings don’t just generate broken hearts, but maybe broken worlds and wars. Played out on a stage that’s set to grow beyond its vibrant Austin Texas boundaries, this story brings Kimball to a soulmate she despises; familial love meets familial betrayal; and the bedroom might provide interesting uses for fire. The cover promises fantasy romance, but this book is much more than that, and these dragons are much more complex that they’d seem. A story that’s wholly and pleasingly complete ends with a two-line reminder that some threads haven’t been tied off yet. So I’ll look forward to more. Disclosure: I won a copy in a contest and I offer my honest review.
Lizrnewman More than 1 year ago
This is one of the few paranormal romance books I've read, and I must say during quite a few scenes I felt as hot as if a fire breathing dragon was in close proximity. A very scintillating read, Jeanne Guzman takes us into a world below the streets of Austin, Texas in her imaginative vision of love and war between dragon tribes and the humans who love them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago