Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Review: Alice's Dragon by Stephanie Beck


Dragon Charmer—taking care of your pesky dragon problem—for a price.

Business is good for Alice, right until her dragon goes crazy and bites off her arm. To make matters worse, a tall, dark stranger kills the cash-cow dragon before her eyes.

Instead of dying from her wounds, Alice finds herself under the tender care of Bade, a gentle-handed Bulgarian far from home with secrets in his satchel.

If they can scratch each others backs, the secrets might live on and Alice might still have a job. She’s never backed down from a challenge, but she’s in for more than she bargained for with the tall, dark stranger.

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My Review:

Wow, I read mostly erotic romance these days, so Alice’s Dragon was a nice breath of sweet air. This was a very sweet romance. I adored the way their relationship built slowly and they worked well together towards a common goal. The aspect of Alice learning to live with only one arm, gives this story a great extra dimension.

Bade is so gentle and wonderful in the way he takes care of Alice. Others would have easily left her to her own devices after watching her lose an arm, but Bade works with Alice and I think that makes him a great hero.

This story already had all the aspects for a sweet well rounded romance, the fantasy aspect of a world with dragons only enhances the story. I highly recommend this story to both fans of fantasy and fans of sweet romance.

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