Sunday, March 23, 2014
Review: Dancing with Dragons
Dancing with Dragons by Lorenda Christensen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This book picks up with Carol and the events that take place immediately after chaos really exploded at the hotel. There's a few good chapters of catch up, so even though it's been a while since I read the last book, I was okay with hitting the ground running (literally for Carol). Sadly, she has managed to miss the fact that Richard and her are on the run due to a pesky coma that occupied a lot of her time. Lucky for her, after waking, she finds herself confronted by a hottie that she assumes is her doctor. Shockingly, he's not actually her doctor, but he does set off a chain of events that throws Carol into even more trouble (if that's possible).
The setting for these books is a sort of dystopian future, which breaks one of my genre rules for reading. However, I freely ignore my previous preferences for this series. It's fun and light hearted but still has some serious action and adventure elements. There's oodles of sizzle (Daniel and Carol really know how to heat up a scene together), but it all fades to black (for those of you worried about that sort of stuff). Dragons in these stories are really dragons (not slightly dragon-ized people) and sometimes they are big scary monster. It's a really neat world that the author has created, with some really fun characters. I hope it continues to get better and better.
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