Novella Review: Peanut Goes To School by Thea Harrison

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Review:

I requested Peanut Goes to School because it sounded cute.  Super strong paranormal kid heads off for his first day of school.  I haven’t read any of the Elder Races books (I keep calling them Elder Scrolls because that is one of my favorite video game franchises – sorry!), but that did not deter my enjoyment of this fun novella.  Even though he take down a pack of lions, Liam struggles in a social setting with classmates and unfamiliar adults, and I could not put this down.

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Review: Going Down in Flames by Chris Cannon

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Review:

Going Down in Flames is a very fun book.  It features a tried and true premise;  the big family secret.   Bryn’s parents have been keeping a big secret from her, and when she learns that she’s a dragon, she is less than pleased with them.  Her parents have fled from the dragon community because they were forbidden to be together, and Bryn, the offspring of a blue and red dragon, should never have been born.  The governing body of the dragons, the Directorate, has carefully kept the dragon clans segregated, and they are not happy with Bryn’s parents, or about Bryn.  Not at all!  Yet they force her, on her 16th birthday, to move into the boarding school where young dragons are taught to control their powers.  Poor Bryn! The only crossbred, she’s met with suspicion and hatred.  I wouldn’t have been too happy with my parents, either!

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Review: Stop Dragon My Heart Around by Susannah Scott

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Ah, it’s the Memorial Day weekend, and the heady of scent of meat cooking over blazing grills permeates the air.  What a great time to pick up a book about a dragon shifter.  In this case, a fire dragon shifter.  Leo can barbeque steak as easily as he can rescue his beloved, setting an SUV ablaze with skilled ease.  What’s not to love about a guy who can fly, save your butt from bad guys, and ignite a bonfire for a romantic evening in the desert with just one breath?

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Spotlight and Giveaway-The Dragon Shifters of Derkesthai Academy

 

 

SERIES SPOTLIGHT:

The Dragon Shifters of Derkesthai Academy

The Dragon Shifters of Derkesthai Academy series is a paranormal romance series with mystery and suspense elements where dragon shifters hunt a magickal hoard thief who threatens to bring down the entire dragon mage race.

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Review: Moth and Spark by Anne Leonard

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Review:

Moth and Spark caught my eye because it has dragons.  Ever since my introduction to Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonriders of Pern when I was a young, impressionable girl, I have been hooked on dragons.  Who wouldn’t want to take flight with a majestic beast and save the world from whatever dangers beset it?  Aside from having dragons and dragonriders, though, I would consider Moth and Spark more like A Game of Thrones, with less bloodshed, fewer heartrending deaths, and a lot more romance.  The focus of this novel is on politics and the machinations behind the war that is unleashed on Prince Corin’s small kingdom.  Chosen by the dragons to free them from their slavery to the Empire, Corin is challenged at every step to find a way to fulfill his duty to the stolen dragons. 

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Interview with Kerry Schafer, Author of Wakeworld and Giveaway!

 

 

 

Please welcome Kerry Schafer to the virtual offices this morning! Kerry is celebrating the release of Wakeworld, the second book in her Between series.  After the interview, you can enter for a chance to win a copy of Wakeworld!

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Describe yourself in five words or less.

[Kerry Schafer] colors outside the lines

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