"Dragons and dragons and dragons... oh my!"
Dragon culture reveres women. When Star, a dragon female,
is found living among humans, Zen brings her back to live
with the dragons. Star and Zen mate and live in his
household, or Quad, consisting of three male dragons and a
female. Prior to meeting Zen, Star did not know she was
Dragonish, let alone what family of dragons she belonged
to. When the dragon prince recognizes her family scent,
life becomes much more dramatic for Star and her three
Personally, I found Dragon Weir frustrating. As the
book in the Dragonish series and having not read the first
installment, some of the frustration is probably my own
fault. With that said, I still could not discern much of a
plot, and the storyline progressed illogically. The
characters were one-dimensional, and their emotional
outbursts unprovoked and confusing. Also, the book does
not take the time to include short back-story summaries for
each of the characters, possibly mentioned in the first
book, but further adding to the confusing nature of this
story, especially for new readers.
If new to the Dragonish series, I highly recommend reading
the first installment, Dragon Star.
Reviewed by Katie Seely
Posted August 5, 2009
In her Dragon's Arms, she's safe from all harm...Or is she?
Star knew all of her problems had been solved. She had a mate, a Quad, a family. Now she only had to immerse herself in the mysterious and sometimes dangerous world of her found people, the Dragonish.
Only, life is never as simple as it seems.
A Destiny controlled by ancient legends, plagued by rumors, attacked by an unknown nemesis, Star realizes that she will play a larger part in her Quad. It is up to her to protect...
The Dragon Weir
Genre: Erotic Romance: Fantasy, GLBT (m/m/m), Menage (m/m/m/f), Interracial/Multicultural