Monday, October 14, 2013

Review Daughter of the Dragon Princess by Nina Croft

"Daughter of the Dragon Princess"

18632250Author: Nina Croft
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 195
Source: Author for honest review
Published: October 4, 2013
Author's Website

Buy Links: Amazon

Goodreads Blurb:
Found abandoned as a baby and brought up in a children’s home, Lily Palmer has no clue that she is the last of the Dragon Princesses and destined to be mated to a king. But when she wakes up one night to find her apartment invaded by a stunningly gorgeous, but totally deluded madman, she can no longer ignore the dreams which have haunted her life.

Exiled on Earth, and trapped in human form, the dragons have waited two thousand years for the only person who can open the portal between their world and this one. Now they have found her and Malachite Smith has one job—to deliver Lily to his King. According to dragon law, only the King and the Dragon Princess together can open the portal and take them home.

But neither Mal nor Lily are prepared for the overwhelming attraction which flares between them. Or for his reluctance to hand her over to a king he despises. Can they stand as one and challenge the old ways, even if it means destroying his people forever?
  


My Review:
This here dragon lover is a very happy and satisfied reader right now! Daughter of the Dragon Princess is an original, exciting, mysterious and sensual read that any fans of the genre will enjoy escaping with!

Mal...what can I say about this rough and rugged dragon male. I know one thing for sure, he's HOTT! He's also on a mission to help his king and his people and will stop at nothing to get the deed done. Not even finding something he's never expected to find, ever...

Lily was found by a farmer when she was a baby and has lived in a home ever since. Never knowing who her parents were, her heritage, nothing. Now a regular plain ole accountant. She lives her life all alone. Always craving something, but never knowing exactly what. Will she ever fill that void and find out about her roots?

This is my first time reading anything by Nina Croft and I really enjoyed it. I look forward to sinking my eyes into more of her works soon :)



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3 comments:

Nina Croft said...

Thanks for the lovely review, Ava!

Eva Millien said...

Thanks for sharing your review and the giveaway. Sounds like a really good book. evamillien at gmail dot com

A.R. Von said...

You're very welcome Nina! It was my pleasure :)

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