Series Connection: Lunes and Lords
Genre: Paranormal, Dragons, Erotic Romance
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Purchase Link: Amazon
NOTE: This is a continual series and must be read together in sequence. The books are sold separately or can be found in a series set.
As a child Cora Phillips heard all the stories about her family history. The women in her family line were all practiced the Lune tradition of being a dragon protector. Her mother, her grandmother, her great grandmother all practiced, but Cora wants no part of it. She has no interest in following in their steed. She has successfully kept away from any witchy deeds, until now.
For the past year, since she was brought back to life after a terrible fire, Cora has been have terrible nightmares about fire and dragons. Taking her sister's advice she decides to meditate on the problem and get in touch with her inner-self. On the first try however she runs into a little mishap. She calls two dragons to her and now she's stuck with them and their dragonlords.
She didn't want one dragon, much less two and is ready to wash her hands of both of them, however forces are against her all the way and she finds that leaving the dragons and the men who keep them isn't as easy as she had hoped it would be.
This was a hard series to rate. As I read the back cover description to the first book I was intrigued. The concept sounded interesting and I liked the ideas of the dragons in modern day. So far so good. I even didn't have a problem with the heroine begin against the idea of having her own dragon. Really the world is different from ancient times and everyone wants to be modern about their choices in life. So no problem there. I even like the idea of trying to figure out which was the good hero or the bad guy. The first book allowed for either way.
I wasn't aware however that the book was a serial and you must read the others to complete the story. When I did, I quickly purchase the three book set (better bargain price on Amazon) and continued to read. I thought it was strange that a year had gone by and there seemed to be some strangeness in the time laps for me, but okay we move on. The story continues and Cora grudgingly continues with the quest not knowing if she wants to continue or wash her hands of everything. A little more character development might go a long way.
So while I had some issues with the Cora, I loved the dragons and the hero of the story. Still an okay read and the price is right as long as you purchase all the books. It would have been better as one complete novel rather than three.
Insomnia does things to a girl’s head, drives her to perform acts she would have scoffed at if not for a bad case of desperation. Yoga. Meditation. Getting in touch with her inner Lune via witchy rituals she doesn’t even realize she’s enacting until she’s naked in the dark with an aggressive dragon…or two.
Cora Phillips has spent her life denying the Lune tradition but with two dragons--and their masters--hounding her with mating claims, her denying days have come to an end. Like it or not, the dragons have come.
And she doesn’t like it one bit.
A dragon knows how to find his mate no matter how far she runs, and Lune-witch Cora’s dragon knows exactly how to lure her back for another dance with his master. Returning to New York on a mission to save her Dragonkeeper from his own self-destruction, she discovers this waltz is even more complicated than the first.
When a Lune has three different partners, which one leads?
Wrists bound to a hotel bed. Wrong dragon in her head. Flavor of fire on her tongue. That’s how the end begins.
Cora can’t run anymore. Not ever again. The mysteries of her life, the heritage she’s denied, the lovers and enemies she’s fled have all caught up to her, ready to eat her from the inside out if she doesn’t embrace her birthright, bind her draconic subjects, and rule like the queen she was born to be.