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"TEARS OF A DRAGON is so different from most books..."

When two goons kidnap her intent on killing her, Khalia Peterson ends up throwing herself into the river and landing in a sand dune. Not exactly what she was expecting -- to say the least but then what in her life had ever been expected? Before she had time to collect her wits, more goons attacked her except these were of a different variety altogether and very much more dangerous because they were dragons. Actually they were very BIG dragons. After being rescued by her very own knight in shining dragon man, Damien Bloodragon, her life changes and for a long time she isn't sure of if it is for the better or the worse.

Damien knew the minute the amulet Khalia wore had been activated and from the first it had been his duty to find and protect her at all costs. She was his princess and his future queen. He didn't have a choice in protecting her but he did in loving her or maybe not since the heart doesn't listen to the mind. He didn't expect to admire her spirit, or desire her body, or love her for all she was but he did however it wasn't that simple.

There were people in Atar, the land she was to rule, that didn't want her to rule. They didn't even want her to live. Khalia and Damien set out to find her a place where she would be protected until the traitors were found out and until she went out of "season". While on their trip, their desire towards each other became more fierce with each passing day and the danger Khalia was in grew by leaps and bounds. Khalia had to take the throne -- for her own safety, for Damien's piece of mind, and for Atar but could Damien just give her up to another?

TEARS OF A DRAGON is so different from most books you read especially those with dragons in it. The sexual chemistry between Khalia and Damien makes you hunger for some heat of your own just reading it. Their chemistry is so real and inviting. Khalia's spirit makes for a strong woman with a mind of her own to match her gorgeous and flawless body. Damien strikes you as the drop-dead-gorgeous type that you wonder if he is too good to be true and in this case absolutely not. Damien is everything you want in a hero; strong, loving, sensitive, and in love with the heroine. I applaud Ms. Anjou's imagination in weaving this web of fantasy for us and I, for one, can not wait for the next in the series.

Reviewed by Gabrielle Channing
Posted May 14, 2004

SUMMARY

Trapped in a world where females come 'in season' and male dragons battle to claim their mates, Khalia Peterson realizes very quickly that this can be a very dangerous world for a human, or at least half-human, female who knows no season. General Damien Bloodragon, sent to protect the hereditary queen of Atar, discovers it can be a very dangerous situation for him, as well, particularly since he's no more immune to Khalia's charms than the bulls he's trying to fight off of her.

 

Tears of the Dragon
by Angelique Anjou

New Concepts Publishing
April 23, 2004
ISBN #1586084356
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Angelique Anjou

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