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Review: The Dragon Prince’s Librarian by Elva Birch (2020)

Royal Dragons of Alaska, Book 2

Review of Royal Dragons of Alaska, Book 1

Heat Factor: It’s not what I’d call explicit

Character Chemistry: Tania resists the inevitable for a long time

Plot: Magic spells are creating romance and causing international conspiracy trouble 

Overall: It’s just fun and I want more!

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Review: A Royal Second Chance Summer by Viv Royce (2020)

Little Shops on Heart Street, Book #3

Heat Factor: It’s warm

Character Chemistry: They both seem more interested in themselves than in each other, honestly

Plot: Prince goes looking for priceless lost heirloom in the United States and ends up in a small-town antique dealer’s shop looking for help. Small-town shop owner agrees to help but has her own secrets.

Overall: I just couldn’t buy into this one–the characters seemed to kind of bump along and I never believed they’d really be happy in the end.

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Review: Heart of the Dragon by Jamie Sullivan (2018)

Heat Factor: Waggly eyebrows, for the most part

Character Chemistry: Oenyn and Richard are cute together, but it’s more about Oenyn’s growth as a young man

Plot: Oenyn, accidentally acquired by Madfall as a baby, is raised as a dragon. Richard is going to slay the dragon. Oenyn is not on board with that. 

Overall: The real hero here is Madfall, whom I love.

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Review: The Dragon Prince of Alaska by Elva Birch (2020)

Royal Dragons of Alaska, Book #1

Heat Factor: The most G-rated non-closed-door sex I’ve ever read: 100% implied, 0% explicit

Character Chemistry: They unreservedly lean on each other for support, which is really lovely

Plot: Threats to her! Threats to the monarchy! Threats all around!

Overall: This would have been A-level reading if the protagonists weren’t TSTL. I’m really looking forward to the rest of the series.

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