Rhiana

Rhiana

by Michele Hauf
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Rhiana by Michele Hauf

Invaded by a cavalcade of vicious dragons, the villagers of St. Renan are snatched up when they venture beyond the walls.

Yet Rhiana Tassot--who senses the dragons from a distance, who determines their attack scent from a mating scent, who is blessed with the instincts of a dragon, who dares stand before the fiery beasts without flinching--cannot use her skills to defend her home. For the lord of St. Renan forbids her to track the beasts--not in fear for her safety, but by some twisted desire to protect the dragons.

So conflict rages within and without the village and a long-held secret begins to stir beneath their very feet. Rhiana's knowledge of dragons is no accident--and others begin to suspect why....

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780373802340
Publisher: Luna
Publication date: 11/07/2005
Series: Changelings Series
Edition description: Original
Pages: 416
Product dimensions: 5.13(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Michele Hauf lives in Minneapolis and has been writing since the 1990s. A variety of genres keep her happily busy at the keyboard, including historical romance, paranormal romance, action/adventure and fantasy. Find her on Facebook at: Michele-Hauf-Author, and on Twitter @MicheleHauf, and also on Pinterest at: pinterest.com/toastfaery

Visit her website: michelehauf.com
Email Michele at: toastfaery@gmail.com

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Rhiana 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Overall, this is a great book. You don't need to read the previous two in the series to understand what goes on. It's a good read, but the one thing I found annoying was how everything fell so nicely together. It was too preconceived and readers can even guess from the synopsis why Rhiana can sense the dragons. I guess it is more of a light read since one of the focuses of the book is Rhiana's need to feel a man's love which she does with a rival dragon slayer. If you don't want surprises and a safe reading, this is the book for you.