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Nareen of the Draca by Louisa Kelley – Review


Blurb:

Lusty tales of the Draca continue with Nareen, dragon shape-shifter and Queen of the ancient clan of Draca. Nareen is exhausted. She’s seen the Draca through a year of unprecedented change and redemption. She’s cast the major spells that brought sex and lust in the clan roaring back to life. She’s initiated contact with the human world for the first time in hundreds of years.

She needs a vacation.

And more than that, she’s deeply lonely. Forbidden by the Gods to mate for life until she completes the tasks they have given her, she longs for her share of the lust and love whirling among her kin. What’s a shape-shifting Queen to do?

She communes with the sacred through an erotic dreaming ceremony involving the psychotropic tea, etrian. The answers she receives ignite her — body, mind and soul.
Her dream carries powerful images of a massive, black-winged Draca. Her mate. At long last. However, he lives in the human world. Hidden. Captured and bound by a spell of dark punishment and secrecy.

She must find him. Claim him. Bring him back to the sanctuary. As fast as possible, because Lydia, human daughter of Draca, is due to give birth to the first Draca/human child born in hundreds of years and Nareen’s special powers may be needed more than ever.

Yet, nothing ever goes as planned for the sexy Draca when the mischievous machinations of the Gods are involved… Off-the-charts sex magic, anyone?

My Review:

Who would have thought that dragon-shifters could be so hot? Bringing together my three favourite things into one book –  dragons, shifters and sex – makes for a wonderful, delicious combination. The writing was fluid and graceful, even the erotic moments. There was nothing major to fault except that the story wasn’t long enough. A wonderful read that I do not regret in the least – unlike some of my other dips into Shifter-tales!

A stunning…

4.5/5

 

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June 8, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , ,

1 Comment

  1. Thank you so much for this wonderful review. I’m so happy you enjoyed the book!
    Cheers
    Louisa Kelley

    Comment by Louisa Kelley | June 9, 2014


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