Dragon Call (Lunes & Lords, #1)

Dragon Call (Lunes & Lords, #1)

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by Emi Davis
     
 

~*~ Dragon Call is the first of three 30,000-word (120 page) installments of the Lunes & Lords mini-series. The story continues in Dragon Dance and concludes in Dragon Bound. ~*~

Insomnia does things to a girl's head, drives her to perform acts she would have scoffed at if not for a bad case of desperation. Yoga. Meditation. Getting in touch with her

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~*~ Dragon Call is the first of three 30,000-word (120 page) installments of the Lunes & Lords mini-series. The story continues in Dragon Dance and concludes in Dragon Bound. ~*~

Insomnia does things to a girl's head, drives her to perform acts she would have scoffed at if not for a bad case of desperation. Yoga. Meditation. Getting in touch with her inner Lune via witchy rituals she doesn't even realize she's invoking until she's naked in the dark with an aggressive dragon...or two.

Cora Phillips has spent her life denying the Lune tradition but with two dragons--and their masters--hounding her with mating claims, her denying days have come to an end. Like it or not, the dragons have come.

And she doesn't like it one bit.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149453184
Publisher:
Emily Ryan-Davis
Publication date:
08/22/2015
Series:
Lunes & Lords , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
8,375
File size:
354 KB

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Dragon Call 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good story but one of those that you have to purchase in three books to finish it. Plus, for $3 you only get 95-100 pages in each book. I also should add that the lead female character wasn't to my taste. She ran hot then cold, changing her mind way to much for me to tolerate for long.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book under e.r. Davis's name despite the fact that were were reviews about how fragmented this author's thought process is and how it comes through in her work. I am inclined to believe that bad reviews Were the reason for the cover and name being chaneed. This book could have been good if there had been some continuous thought. Another reason for the other reviewers (and my) indignation is the fact that this book leaves you hanging. It end s abruptly and the idea is to make you buy the next book. I would much rather BUY a well written book from the same author than be tricked into buying another book by an inferior, fragmented author...... just to know what comes next. Changing the cover and getting a few (friends to write) reviews will not masque the fact that this book is the same as before fragmented and ends abruptly!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good book and start of a series. L.M.A.
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Archaeolibrarian More than 1 year ago
Cora has spent the majority of her life pretending that things don't exist. She feels that although her mother and her sister are fully acknowledged as Dragonkeepers that life just isn't for her. Unfortunately, a near death experience has left her not sleeping so she is spending time with her sister. She meets two men within a short amount of time who will have a big impact on her life but she doesn't understand how or why. This is a short but well told tale that is part of a series so you are left with an inconclusive ending as such, although it does finish to a point. You are left with some questions that need answering which will hopefully be answered in the future books in the series.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this series! Had to buy the whole series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent story. Unique. Couldnt stop reading. Wish there was more!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a good book. It was confusing at times. But it draws you in. I am looking for the next book. Will they be able to control the dragons? I can't wait to find out. All I can say is you need to come along onthis journey.