The Man With The Dragon Wings

The Man With The Dragon Wings

by Lizzie Lynn Lee

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BN ID: 2940150958562
Publisher: Lizzie Lynn Lee
Publication date: 10/28/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 451,837
File size: 926 KB

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Lizzie Lynn Lee is a gutter-minded hopeless romantic who doesn't live in this world most of the time. In her perfect utopia, her heroes never take their women for granted, love at first sight exists and soul mates always find a way to be together. She invites you to visit the world where she spins her tales. The hunky men are sizzling hot and masters of the art of sex. They are also totally into their ladies, be they slim girls or curvy, interracial, interspecies, sassy or shy. Their adventures redefine erotica. Are you ready to be thrilled?

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The Man With The Dragon Wings 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good Read.... I especially enjoyed the battle royal and truck entrance!!!!!!
Jess_at_From_Me_to_You More than 1 year ago
3 out of 5 stars! Under unusual circumstances, Emily finds herself a runaway bride even though she was more of a prisoner than anything else and during the same day she runs she meets Rovik, her mate who's a vicious dragon. Though Emily knows about dragons so she isn't scared, the big mystery in this novella is about her past and why the family who held her "prisoner" wants her back so adamantly. Rovik's version of a take no prisoners everyone who threatens my mate shall die type of romance is interestingly intriguing. Yet, it didn't fully hold my interest up to the very end ... only my curiosity as I skimmed the last few chapters to see how it ended. Nevertheless, I recommend it for those looking for a unique take on dragon shifter paranormal romances. Review By: From Me to You ... Book Reviews -- read more of this review and a TEASER on my blog: frommetoyouvideophoto.blogspot.com --
KarmelRead2665 More than 1 year ago
Received this book for an honest review from the author. Enjoyed this book thoroughly. You have a young woman who has been raised after her mother died by a man claiming to be her guardian. She knows they are not quite human but she does not know what the other is as she has only seen partial shifts. She is being raised to be the bride of her guardians son. There are secrets to be uncovered and other surprises waiting. If you love dragons you will possibly enjoy this book. These dragons are not friendly, cuddly ones we are use too. These creatures fight to the death even among their own families. This was a welcome change to the standard genre that is currently available.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this ARC, which I received in return for a fair, honest review. Thank you! I have always loved reading romance novels centered around dragons, so this was a treat. Bounty Hunter, and rare Schwarzen dragon shifter, Rovik meets his mate at a small town diner, and she's a runaway bride! Emily, orphaned at a young age, could never understand why her foster father wanted her to marry his son. She feels no romantic love towards him, always fearing his other side, his dragon. On the day of their wedding, she flees the church, finding herself at the town's diner, where she is instantly drawn to Rovik. Emily volunteers to work for him, if he helps her leave town. Quickly stopped on the road, Rovik confronts her foster family, and asserts his dominance as alpha and mate to Emily. Afterward, Rovik is left wondering why her foster family is bent on continuing with the wedding, and why he is so drawn to a human, for a mate. I also loved the action packed writing, and the details in describing other dragon breeds, their history, and hierarchy. Great book! - Sarah