A great book! All four stories were great in their own ways. Each made you think of dragons in unique ways that brought them to life on the pages. From Japan to England, from times long past to today's times....wonderfully written. I look forward to finding stories from each of these writers as they captured not only my attention, but also my imagination. I highly recommend this book.
Step inside the pages of DRAGON LOVERS to find worlds where dragons still live and fantasy reigns supreme.... If you like dragons and romance (this is not for serious fantasy fans) you will enjoy this book.
THE DRAGON AND THE VIRGIN PRINCESS is by Jo Beverley. The tone of the wondrous historical/paranormal tale is light, humorous and completely enchanting.
THE DRAGON AND THE DARK KNIGHT is by Mary Jo Putney. A sweet pen touched this tale of a knight and the dragons he encounters. This story is reminiscent of the books we read as a young adult--gentle and straightforward in premise. At times though, the urge to thumb ahead a few pages when the story slowed got to this reader, but she did not skip one word.
ANNA AND THE KING OF DRAGONS is by Karen Harbaugh. Aa delightful tale flavored with the Orient. The cultural endeavors seasoned it with originality and unforgettable romance between two different yet completely connectable characters. Wonderful.
DRAGON FEATHERS is by Barbara Samuel. This contemporary tale of a dragon was the standout story in this entire anthology. With the freshness of morning air, it captured this reader's heart from beginning to end.
Courtesy of Love Romances and More
Reviewed by Janalee Ruschhaupt, 2007
I didn't know where to put this information. But there are some colored pencil markings inside the front cover, just little doodles. and the first page containing blurbs has a taped area where it tore.
Otherwise, the book is in good shape and is totally readable, but I thought you should know.