Monday, November 10, 2014
Review: 'Til Dragons Do Us Part
'Til Dragons Do Us Part by Lorenda Christensen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This sort of post-apocalyptic future world is filled with flirty and fun dragon/human romance. This installment had a slightly different spin, pairing an art thief (dragon) with a human security officer. These two seemed to simply glow when they were around one another, which had me cringing at all the secrets that were kept. Overall, though, the drama was worth it for the HEA.
Savannah is a dragon morph in hiding. She’s keeping her secret, even though dragon morphs are now in the open. Part of the reason probably has something to do with her being a high stakes art thief. Together with her “cousin” and his family, they rob from dragons that have been hoarding museum treasure since the fall of technology (and the world as we know it). The last thing Savannah expects is to fall in love while undercover. Cameron deals with dragon security and already has one strike against him. If Savannah ends up stealing the priceless art from under his nose that will probably be the end of his career. Ordinarily, that wouldn’t matter to her, but this job brings her far too close to the people affected by her crimes.
The romance was adorable and fun, even if it was filled with lies and deception. There is the added benefit of a really great HEA to get you through, though. This paranormal romance mixes a lot of fantasy with a bit of post-apocalyptic future to come up with a really great world. I’ll continue to read the rest of this series as soon as it comes out, especially if it keeps changing up the typical romantic formula.
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