Windy City Dragon

Windy City Dragon

by Genevieve Jack

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BN ID: 2940161418345
Publisher: Carpe Luna Publishing
Publication date: 04/23/2019
Series: The Treasure of Paragon , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 90
File size: 851 KB

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Genevieve Jack writes weird, witty, and wicked-hot paranormal romance and fantasy. Coffee and wine are her biofuel, the love lives of witches, shifters, and vampires her favorite topic of conversation. She harbors a passion for old cemeteries and ghost tours, thanks to her years attending a high school rumored to be haunted. Although originally from the Midwest, she adores the beaches of the southeast, where she spends her days with her laptop and one lazy dog.

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Windy City Dragon 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 1 days ago
Enjoyable read, can't wait for the next in this series
Rebecca Shelton 14 hours ago
This was a really good read, I didn't enjoy this quite as much as its predecessor but that was mainly to do with the central characters who I didn't take to quite as much as Raven and Gabriel, but more of that later. This was great it followed on nicely from "The Dragon of New Orleans" this also seemed to have more of an urban fantasy than a paranormal feel to it which was slightly different from book one. This was told from multiple viewpoints and it was great to catch up with past characters. This is a series that does need to be read in order as there is an ongoing story arc flowing throughout. So this one centres on the brother Tobias who we were introduced to previously and Sabrina a human/vampire hybrid who is the sole heir to her vampire coven in Chicago. Both these two are human carers Tobias a doctor and Sabrina a nurse but as individual personalities, I really wasn't much of a fan. Tobias did eventually grow on me but I did find Sabrina much more of a hard sell. Tobias is meticulous, extremely black and white and very single-minded, I also didn't like the way he seemed to be pining after Sabrina and felt she held all the cards (and used them) in this partnership. sabrina at times for me came across as quite self-serving and selfish and I didn't really take to her at all. So thank god for the inclusion of Gabriel and Raven they saved the day here for me love these two so much. I also really liked where this eventually went in terms of story progression and the next instalment here looks super interesting as well. This has lots to recommend it and though it didn't quite have the same impact on me as book one did I still very much enjoyed myself and am onboard and looking forward to the next thrilling instalment in this imaginative series. I voluntary reviewed a copy of Windy City Dragon (The Treasure of Paragon, #2).
Anonymous 2 days ago
Genevieve Jack is a master storyteller. I loved this book from the first page to the last. Highly recommend for anyone looking for a great read.
kmurph5 2 days ago
I really enjoyed the first book- Dragon of New Orleans - and I grew to care about the characters in that book, so I was nervous about switching to a different focus of main characters. BUT, Genevieve is amazing. She built up Tobias quickly so I was invested, and also wove enough of the New Orleans characters in the book to help bridge the gap for me. Sabrina was was another character that grew on me - I was ambivalent at the beginning; I was more invested in Tobias.. but holy smokes, Chapter 30 made me freaking LOVE her. She's so badass and really comes into her own, and I 100% was cheering for her and loved seeing her emerge. I don't want to say too much more, because, spoilers... BUT. Yes. Love Sabrina. Love Tobias. Love Genevieve. Really looking forward to meeting Rowan in Manhattan Dragon!