The Dragon Healer [NOOK Book]

Overview

What’s better than a knight sweeping you off your feet? Two knights.

Dragon Knights, Book 1.5

Silla is a healer riding circuit on the border, helping those in need. When she hears the pained cries of a dragon in distress, she comes to his aid, using most of her precious supplies to help the badly injured creature.

The dragon’s knight, Brodie, is fascinated by the woman—the miracle worker—who has come to help ...

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Overview

What’s better than a knight sweeping you off your feet? Two knights.

Dragon Knights, Book 1.5

Silla is a healer riding circuit on the border, helping those in need. When she hears the pained cries of a dragon in distress, she comes to his aid, using most of her precious supplies to help the badly injured creature.

The dragon’s knight, Brodie, is fascinated by the woman—the miracle worker—who has come to help his friend. She is both beautiful and kind hearted and he quickly realizes she is his destined mate. And if she is Brodie’s mate, she is Geoff’s as well, for Brodie’s dragon was mated to Geoff’s dragon many years ago.

Geoff doesn’t believe in the tales of love at first sight among knights, but he knows that when either he or Brodie finds a wife, they will share her. Hearing about the dragon’s injury, Geoff and his dragon race to help, only to find the dragon on the mend and Brodie in bed with the most stunning woman Geoff has ever seen.

Love at first sight turns out to be real and it strikes them all as they come together and realize that no matter what the obstacles, they are meant to be together. Silla is the missing link that will join their lives and make them a true Lair family.

Warning: Knights like to get frisky and these two are no exception. Beware the passion, playfulness, a bit of bondage and a whole lot of three-way loving with a tiny bit of exhibitionism thrown in for good measure.

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Editorial Reviews

Library Journal
In D’Arc’s “Dragon Knights” series (Maiden Flight), the dragons and their knights fight the evil Skithdron while they live in lairs that are scattered around the empire. Every dragon knight “family” is a ménage: two dragons, two male knights, and one female as the destined mate of both knights. Here, the woman is a journeywoman healer who stops to help an injured dragon and decides to have a “one-knight” fling with the dragon’s knight. She wakes in the morning to discover she’s acquired a matched set of knights—as soon as she can get herself to accept that her life has undergone a drastic change.

Verdict If the dragon parts of this story sound slightly familiar, that’s because life in the lair will remind readers of Anne McCaffrey’s “Dragonriders of Pern.” But D’Arc’s series is definitely intended for adult readers and is a fantastic excuse to read about hot ménage sex with destined mates as the reason that strangers fall into insta-love. And it works! The print titles are so popular that Samhain is rereleasing the entire series in ebook format, with short novels like The Dragon Healer sandwiched between the original works. Fantasy romance readers will lap up this one (and the rest of the series).—Marlene Harris, Seattle P.L.

(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781619215283
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 7/2/2013
  • Series: Dragon Knights
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 72
  • Sales rank: 29,590
  • File size: 912 KB

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  • Posted July 3, 2013

    more from this reviewer

    ~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog THE

    ~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

    THE DRAGON HEALER is a novella set in the Dragon Knights world. This book fits in between the first and the second book. Silla is a dragon healer who hears the pained cries of someone in need. Going off to find the source of torment, she finds a dragon and its knight.

    Brodie finds something alluring about Silla the healer. Since the book is very very short, all of their chemistry starts off at a very fast paced. Furthermore, since Brodie’s dragon is mated to another dragon, Geoff is also connected to their potent lust.

    Usually, I would enjoy the threesomes that occur in this series, but because of the length of this novella, I found that everything was extremely rushed and I didn’t have enough time to get to know the characters. Overall, it’s a very sweet and steamy story, but I don’t think it represents the vastness that D’Arc further explores in the full length books. It’s a taste of what the world and character are like, but doesn’t further delve deeper into that.

    Though THE DRAGON HEALER isn’t my favorite of the series, it is a taste of what to expect in the world that D’Arc has created.

    *ARC provided by publisher

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2013

    Sweet story

    This was a very sweet story. I'm just disappointed about how short it is. It feels like a throw away story written just to sell. I like to follow my friends from previous stories and this one predates Maiden Flight.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2013

    Too short

    So short that there is basically one sex scene. No real character development. Wish I hadn't bought it the date it was released. Had I seen the other reviews and known how short, I would have given it a pass.
    Loved the other books in the series!

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  • Posted July 2, 2013

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    A very passionate romance. Nicely written.

    A very passionate romance. Nicely written.

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