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"The power and magic of love forged through a series of fast-paced plot twists and turns"

The Dragon Laird by Deborah Lynne is quite easily the best fantasy romance book I've read in a long while. Between the pages of this book I connected with the characters and stepped into a world of make-believe that fairly vibrated with unchecked energy.

Ms. Lynne's sense of adventure forged through a series of fast-paced twists and turns that kept me on the edge of my seat. As the heroine and hero learned of the majestic power and magic of love, I crossed the line from reality to fantasy and became one with them in their world. The author's talent was evident as she easily captured my attention, pouring power and magic into my veins, my heartbeat echoing that of the heroine as she gambled her own life time and time again in order to save those she loved. The sex scenes are well written, somewhat graphic and very sensual. But what I felt was perhaps more stimulating was that Ms. Lynne's sense of style mastered more than the bodily joining. She easily brought me full circle as the heroine and hero reached that pinnacle of understanding -- becoming of one mind -- that only true love brings.

The Dragon Laird resonates with life and love. The overall rhythm swells with emotion, scenes overflow with action and color. Ms. Lynne has skillfully woven a medieval land complete with dragons and sorcerers who feast upon their weaker human counterparts. Yet even as evil threatened the corners of my vision I was left with the profound understanding that something as fragile as words whispered in love could conquer all.

The Dragon Laird is a book you won't want to miss. I could not put it down.

The Dragon Laird by Deborah Lynne is quite easily the best fantasy romance book I've read in a long while. Between the pages of this book I connected with the characters and stepped into a world of make-believe that fairly vibrated with unchecked energy.

Ms. Lynne's sense of adventure forged through a series of fast-paced twists and turns that kept me on the edge of my seat. As the heroine and hero learned of the majestic power and magic of love, I crossed the line from reality to fantasy and became one with them in their world. The author's talent was evident as she easily captured my attention, pouring power and magic into my veins, my heartbeat echoing that of the heroine as she gambled her own life time and time again in order to save those she loved. The sex scenes are well written, somewhat graphic and very sensual. But what I felt was perhaps more stimulating was that Ms. Lynne's sense of style mastered more than the bodily joining. She easily brought me full circle as the heroine and hero reached that pinnacle of understanding -- becoming of one mind -- that only true love brings.

The Dragon Laird resonates with life and love. The overall rhythm swells with emotion, scenes overflow with action and color. Ms. Lynne has skillfully woven a medieval land complete with dragons and sorcerers who feast upon their weaker human counterparts. Yet even as evil threatened the corners of my vision I was left with the profound understanding that something as fragile as words whispered in love could conquer all.

The Dragon Laird is a book you won't want to miss. I could not put it down. The Dragon Laird by Deborah Lynne is quite easily the best fantasy romance book I've read in a long while. Between the pages of this book I connected with the characters and stepped into a world of make-believe that fairly vibrated with unchecked energy.

Ms. Lynne's sense of adventure forged through a series of fast-paced twists and turns that kept me on the edge of my seat. As the heroine and hero learned of the majestic power and magic of love, I crossed the line from reality to fantasy and became one with them in their world. The author's talent was evident as she easily captured my attention, pouring power and magic into my veins, my heartbeat echoing that of the heroine as she gambled her own life time and time again in order to save those she loved. The sex scenes are well written, somewhat graphic and very sensual. But what I felt was perhaps more stimulating was that Ms. Lynne's sense of style mastered more than the bodily joining. She easily brought me full circle as the heroine and hero reached that pinnacle of understanding -- becoming of one mind -- that only true love brings.

The Dragon Laird resonates with life and love. The overall rhythm swells with emotion, scenes overflow with action and color. Ms. Lynne has skillfully woven a medieval land complete with dragons and sorcerers who feast upon their weaker human counterparts. Yet even as evil threatened the corners of my vision I was left with the profound understanding that something as fragile as words whispered in love could conquer all.

The Dragon Laird is a book you won't want to miss. I could not put it down.

Reviewed for PNR Reviews by: Author Helen Kay Polaski

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted April 9, 2003

SUMMARY

In darkness...
Living his life as a shadow in his own keep, Laird Dylan survives in spite of a curse shackling him to an existence of loneliness. Cursed by the dragons, he is the target of superstitions and unimaginable evil. Now those very dragons lay havoc on his lands, leaving him alone to seek and conquer them. To find success he must first accept the light. Will the faith of the chosen be enough to guide him?

In light...
Destiny has set the course for Lady Rhiannon. As The Light's chosen, she will face great dangers, for evil draws near and follows her at every turn. As much as she fears the journey, her heart questions as much. For along her path she must bind with a warrior marked with the flame of the dragon. Can she forgive the fact that he is an enemy of her clan?

By magic...
Deep underground, the hidden gate to the Dragon's lair has been cracked. The most evil of sorcerers has set a course to find the Golden Key. Determined to have his revenge, he will stop at nothing to vanquish the Power of Two before they can destroy his plans for absolute power.

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The Dragon Laird
by Deborah Lynne

Echelon Press
March 1, 2003
ISBN #1590802314
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