Sunday, January 30, 2011

Review: Dragon's Fire by Tielle St. Clare

Dragon's Fire
Shadow of the Dragon #2
by: Tielle St. Clare
$5.95 ebook
Ellora's Cave
Fantasy Erotica / Shifters
Released: November 2009

Tiana is content to keep her head down and run the Keep for the Queen.  As a witch with no powers, it's not like she has much of a choice, anyway.  When the princess captures a prince from a neighboring land and brings him to the Keep, she doesn't think anything of it.  After all, the princess is constantly capturing sexual slaves, although why the princess would risk a prince is beyond her. 

Once she sees Prince Rainek, however, she completely understands.  She's instantly drawn to his masculine beauty, not to the mention the muscular body as it strains against the restraints.  He brings out a longing in her she never knew existed.  But touching the sex slave of the princess is considered treason, so the most she can do is stare and dream.

Prince Rainek has spent years looking for the mate, the one woman both he and the dragon who cohabits his body can agree on.  When he's captured as a sex slave, he's irritated that his search has been interrupted, but not worried that the chains will hold him.  But once he sees the woman sent in to bathe him, his quest no longer matters, for in her he knows he's finally found his mate.  Now all he has to do is break out and take his mate with him, then try and convince her why being mated to a dragon is a good thing...

This is book 2 in the series, and I have to say it's better than the first, Dragon's Kiss.  Tielle St. Clare puts a lot of work into the character development, and it shows.  The characters are believable, with real problems we face (minus the dragon kidnapping, of course) and manages to create a real, vivid world in your mind.  I plan on adding Tielle St. Clare to my list of authors to keep an eye on.

Carla gives this book a

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