"A shining example of fun and fantasy"

Professional wrestler "Saint George" Arlington is not only recovering from his own injury, but is distressed over children injured copying his professional stunts. His sister Athena offers to hypnotize him to help him relax, but something goes wrong when he stares into the ancient crystal and he is transported to medieval times.

George believes he is hypnotized and dreaming; so he really isn't taking Emoni and Devil's Mount too seriously. He pledges that he will slay the local dragon and travels to the dragon's island. Here he is surprised that the caretaker doesn't join in the practiced moves, but knocks him out. When he regains consciousness, George can tell the crone caring for him is a beautiful young woman in disguise and becomes fascinated.

Alizon is very attracted to this weird outsider. The townsfolk meant her for the dragon, but she escaped and now she is in control of the castle and caretaker of the dragon. She has saved 11 other girls from a cruel death, but can she save herself from this new danger? Alizon knows that there are choices to be made. Once the dragon is slain, what will become of her and the dragon slayer who has captured her heart?

This is a very entertaining tale with skillfully delivered humor and well-planned situations to add drama. I could visualize what I was reading and therefore found it difficult to stop turning pages until the end. Couched in chuckles, there are a few home-truths about human nature shown as the plot unfolds. This book is another shining example of how well-written books can beat TV and movie sitcoms in capturing the imagination and entertaining. I highly recommend GEORGE AND THE VIRGIN for those who want fun and fantasy in their reading.

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Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted July 11, 2002


Sometimes, slaying the dragon is the easy part.

The medieval village of Markesew was besieged, its virgins demanded in tribute to a filthy dragon, so when St. George the Dragonslayer arrived from modern times -- in his silver pants and lace-up boots -- his task was clear. Being a professional wrestler didn't qualify him for the job, but a sword and imagination were all he needed... or so he thought, until he came up against the mysterious mistress of Devil's Mount.

Twelve years ago Alizon had been sent to die in the jaws of the serpent. Too tough for dragon teeth then, she'd never surrender to some foreigner in shiny hose now. She feared first for the secret world she'd built atop her mountain... but as St. George approached, Alizon realized it was not the dragon's armor he had come to pierce, but the scales around her own ferocious heart.


George And The Virgin
by Lisa Cach

Love Spell
June 1, 2002
ISBN #0505524899
EAN #9780505524898
384 pages
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