The Dragon Laird

The Dragon Laird

by Deborah Lynne



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ISBN-13: 9781598362602
Publisher: Venus Press
Publication date: 03/15/2006
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.68(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

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The Dragon Laird 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Magic, spells, dragons, sword fights, steamy romance… What more do you want in a book? You even get that happily-ever-after. Dylan Connor MacGregor, didn’t believe in the old magic of the druids or their religion. His belief was live by the sword, bow and just plain old fighting. Born from darkness and marked with the dragon he thought that he was cursed along with everyone else. He was an honorable man and fair to his people he just couldn’t get past the fear of his mark. While searching in the dark forest for two of his men that had gone missing, he comes to a secluded body of water, surrounded by peace and beauty. Within that water was a vision so beautiful. She had eyes so green and fiery red hair. To him she was a breath of fresh air. Little did he know that they were destined to become soul mates and put an end to the hatred of their clans? All he knew is that she touched his soul just looking at her and he would have her. As the Rhiannon leaves her home she is thrown into the path of none other than Dylan. From the onset they are drawn to each other. There are some trust issues and accusations along the way but once they bind themselves together and become as one the story and the adventure take off. The two work together, going into the realm of the dragons, finding the way to unite the clans and bring peace to their people. Along the way Rhiannon finds out that she has been trained by her mother who is disguised as Dela. Together they cast a protection spell on Dylan’s hold. Dylan in the meantime, with the help of Rhiannon and his brother goes on their quest, only to lose Dylan’s brother. I found this story filled with a wonderful vision of fantasy romance, woven with vivid descriptions of the surrounding location and people that had me right there in the middle of the story amid the action and the romance. From the interludes of passion to the fantasy realm to the chivalry and honor of men, left me wanting more. The whole time I was wishing that I were right there with Dylan and Rhiannon on their quest for peace. I canna wait to read more from Ms. Lynne!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ms.Lynne has done a fantastic work of art here. It's an adventure with a romance driven plot. I could not put it down, staying up all night to read it. There are plot twist, large dragon fights, evil sorcerer, magic, the action is non stop, a true page turner. I look forward to reading other books from this author. I recomand The Dragon Laird, greatly. If I could give this book higher than a 5 star rating I would.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Critically acclaimed, beautifully written, and full of action while exploring deeper conflicts, this story is sure to warm your summer nights. With the insightful and well balanced use of both romance and fantasy elements, Ms. Lynn has ensured this book's appeal to both lovers of romance and fantasy alike. Well done!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Starts off good, but ends weird .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a SPECTACULAR book. Filled with great character's, adventure, and romance. As well as terrifically fast paced, while NOT skimping on the length of the story. Never a dull moment. Reader's need have NO fear of losing interest. This is my first book by this author and WON'T be my last. So if you like stories with load's of passion and romance with some goddess's, dragon's, sorcerer's and tons of other supernatural/paranormal thrown in than this book is right up your alley and NOT to be missed. BOOK DESCRIPTION SUMMARY IS ACCURATE!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would have given 5 stars if an editor had reviewed this book fot typing and grammer mistakes.
harstan More than 1 year ago
His father cursed Laird Dylan McGregor for his dragon mark. Most clan members including his siblings cringe when he is near. Still the laird does his duty. He enters the forbidden forest in search of two missing hunters and follows tracks that lead him to a pond where a beautiful redhead bathes. Dylan falls in love and knows one day she will be his forever. He takes her crown of flowers left on the shore before leaving.

Rhiannon of Clan McKoy is surprised that her crown of flowers is gone, but still visits the healer Dela. Her host gives Rhiannon a Moonstone that turns hot when evil is near and also states that though she is a child of the light her mate will be from her darkside enemy bearing the mark of the dragon. When her brother joins in the battle against the McGregors, Rhiannon disguises herself as a boy to keep him safe, but becomes her foe¿s prisoner. Dylan makes the ¿lad¿ his servant enabling Rhiannon to see the dragon mark that identifies he is her mate. Together they must face a sorcerer prepared to destroy both clans.

Though the description above makes the tale appear more like a typical medieval romance, the story line contains delightful subplots that include dragons, other fantasy species, and sorcery. Dylan carries the burden that no one is loyal to him and not just he as the Laird; so he trusts no one. Rhiannon is the only person strong enough to see beneath the shallow dragon mark to his heart. Their story makes for a wonderful romantic fantasy that readers of both genres will appreciate.

Harriet Klausner