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See 1 question about How to Date a Dragon…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of How to Date a Dragon Here Be Dragons 0. As a quick filler read, I enjoyed it, but also felt as though some intangible "something" was kinda-sorta missing, too. So just set realistic expectations going in and you should be good to go for this 3.

flag 45 likes · Like · see review. Jan 15, Jewel rated it liked it Shelves: elves-fae , mm , three-point-five-stars , bisexual-pansexual-mc , fantasy , time-period-contemporary , , paranormal , vampires , shifters.

flag 9 likes · Like · see review. Jan 14, Grace rated it did not like it Shelves: mm-rich-dudes , mm-paranormal-supernatural , arc-or-free-reads , dnf , mm-romance , mm-smut , mm-short-stories. I do think their world building has some interesting concepts, but I found Hagan to be obnoxious in the extreme and his immaturity and lack of respect for boundaries put me right off.

flag 6 likes · Like · see review. Jan 07, Cadiva rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. I absolutely adore Louisa's paranormal series and this sneaky prequel which goes back to the time when the elves and dragons had not long moved to Earth is blooming brilliant.

Hagen is a dragon with a devil may care attitude but he's also deeply good. He may play lose, but that's more that it's a role he feels comfortable with. Meeting Jaiden changes all that and boy do they heat up the sheets. There's no other real secondary plot as this is a novella, but it focuses 4.

There's no other real secondary plot as this is a novella, but it focuses on the dragons finding the house we know as HQ. Loved it! Jan 23, the kevin rated it did not like it Shelves: freebies , ybbb , dnf. He is a childish brat, and it's not amusing.

Jay is trying to be professional, despite their hookup the night before, because he is working and its going to be a massive professional thing for him, and Hagen is determined to be as large a problem as possible.

He has no boundaries, and his goal appears to be as obnoxious as possible - like getting food residue on the inside of someone elses clean car. Rude much? I can't see how I'm supposed to like him, or why I'd want them to be together. There's also a ton of infodumping, and internal monologue. Overall, I was on the fence for this author, but this confirms I should move them to my DNR to save everyone the suffering. flag 4 likes · Like · see review. View 1 comment.

Apr 27, Jacquie Stewart rated it it was amazing. Hagen was a lot of fun and doesn't take things too seriously. He and Jay had immediate chemistry and it gets steamy fast. I adored their date, the teasing and interactions with thr other characters 4. I adored their date, the teasing and interactions with thr other characters flag 3 likes · Like · see review. Feb 10, Natalia rated it liked it. Jan 19, Ashley Martinez ilovebooksandstuffblog rated it really liked it. A fun steamy read that had me smiling the whole way through!

Jan 13, Heike rated it really liked it Shelves: edition-e-book , giveaway , romance , lgbt , fantasy , less-thanpages , romance-fantasy. How original. For as much talking about sex there were only a couple of scenes, so that was a plus in my book as well.

Free on prolific works in Jan 03, Natalie rated it liked it Shelves: 3-star , i-own , m-m , profilic-works-freebies , lgbt , belowpages , short-story-anthology-novella. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.

I can't remember if Jay was mentioned in Brandt's story or not. Cute couple. Feels more of a sensible story thanks to the roommates stepping in. I did like the rolling out of bed quirk and the ongoing cooking joke. Appearance from Caolan and David but that's about it. flag 2 likes · Like · see review. Jan 23, Sadie Forsythe rated it liked it Shelves: pw-tempt.

Meh, it was fine. The writing was readable, etc. But, despite being a. It definitely didn't feel like it should be read as an introduction to the world. Plus, I just thought Hagen was annoying. I get that that was kinda his whole shtick, but I didn't enjoy him.

Jan 07, Teresa rated it it was amazing Shelves: mm , romances , vampires , paranormal , sex-erotic-explicit , fae-fairies-elves , own , promo-free-gift , series , shapeshifters. Jaiden was a great foil for him. This was fun and angst free with just enough sexy time. Jan 02, Nanna Sander rated it really liked it Shelves: m-m-romance , fantasy-paranormal-supernatural , novella-short-story , low-angst , shifters , freebie , favorites-of This novella feels like much more than that.

It is short, but the story feels full-fledged in a way some novellas don't. We get a full story, where there is time to explore both a new love connection, the sexual relationship, and how the couple relates to their surroundings.

It is still pretty much insta-love, but as someone who is not a big fan of that, it has enough story development that it didn't ping my insta-love-radar too much.

Jan 05, Karen rated it it was amazing. Awesome story. Jan 04, Marie rated it it was amazing. Jan 03, Tam rated it really liked it Shelves: other-shifters , m-m , vampires , wizards-witches-magic. I love this world and I think dragons must be related to Hellhounds and they seem to be equally chaotic.

Hagen is a dragon forced to work the weekend looking at real estate with vampire Jaiden. Only they realize they had a hook-up at a club the night before. Jaiden tries really hard to be professional, this could make his career but Hagen doesn't see why they shouldn't have sex in some of the bedrooms and is very enthusiastic about getting together with Jaiden.

It was cute and fun with Ja I love this world and I think dragons must be related to Hellhounds and they seem to be equally chaotic. It was cute and fun with Jaiden trying to cope with Hagen just barreling head with everything he wants and also being clueless about what might woo Jaiden with some help from his friends to steer him clear from my trying to cook for him.

Was fun to see David and Caolan again. But at least her love life is finally looking up…if only she can fi Let the Sparks Fly Bliss Russo thought nothing exciting ever happened in her life. But at least her love life is finally looking up…if only she can find her red-hot rescuer again.

Dragon shapeshifter Drake Cameron is the last of his clan, and the loneliness is starting to claw at him. He's met only one woman who might be able to stand the shock of his true nature. After all, she barely batted an eyelash when her home burned down. And feeling her curves against him was just as hot as the inferno. Just when he thinks he'll never track her down, she walks into his firehouse—with no idea what she's about to get herself into… Get A Copy.

Mass Market Paperback , pages. Published September 3rd by Sourcebooks Casablanca. More Details Original Title. Flirting with Fangs Trilogy 2. Bliss Russo , Drake Cameron. Other Editions 5. All Editions. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about How to Date a Dragon , please sign up.

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Then there were bits that I found just plain weird. Then there are the gods looking down from above who kept appearing out of nowhere for a page and then disappearing again. I think this book was trying too hard to be funny and cool but for me it failed. The writing was okay but lacked detail and sometimes the dialogue felt forced but I had no trouble envisioning what was going on. I also struggled with the characters and found them quite boring. Bliss was alright but Drake was a wet blanket.

I hope others have more luck with it than I did. The publisher provided me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review flag 12 likes · Like · see review. View 1 comment. So so so boring my eyeballs fell out in revolt. It's not badly written where you think spellcheck, but it's more boring than watching golf, or grass grow. flag 5 likes · Like · see review. Jan 16, Stephanie rated it did not like it.

I should have known this book was going to be trash after the first chapter. Bliss because of course that's her name is in a Greeting Cards competition face palm and she is afraid to lose all of the work she has done when her apartment is set on fire one night. This unbelievably hot fireman see what I did there picks her up and carries her out, even though she protests that he needs to save her laptop because all of her designs are saved on it.

This being she apparently couldn't be bot I should have known this book was going to be trash after the first chapter. This being she apparently couldn't be bothered to save anything to GoogleDocs or Cloud or ANYTHING because SHE DOESN'T TRUST THE INTERNET AND HER DESIGNS WOULDNT BE SAFE THERE.

Of course, he's a freaking dragon named Drake Drake the dragon so fire is no problem and he runs in and saves her laptop. She is so excited she passionately grabs him into a kiss this is all in the first 2 short chapters. So then of course, they fall in love, somehow they are both wildly attractive and haven't been with anyone in so long because she is too "snarky and opinionated" and he is "looking for another dragon to mate with and those are hard to come by".

First world problems. Then some gods and goddesses show up at one point and another punk rock lady dragon wants to get "down to business" with Drake, all while Bliss is in this worthless Greeting Card competition. Her greeting card company name is Hall-Snark vomits everywhere. This book literally had me retch in a few parts. The sex scenes were an absolute disaster and I found myself quickly flipping through them.

Everything in the relationship happened way too fast, and yet the book itself was so boring. This is what doesn't make sense it was boring, but because this story was such a trainwreck filled with horrid characters I didn't care about and romance cliches up the wazoo I HAD TO KNOW WHAT WAS GOING TO HAPPEN. The ending was also nauseating view spoiler [ they end up getting engaged after like 2 dates to get her mom off her back because she comes from a VERY ITALIAN traditional family and if she doesn't get married it will bring dishonor on her family or something.

Then this goddess shows up and offers her immortality to be with Drake forever, but she turns it down. So then he becomes immortal flag 4 likes · Like · see review. View all 6 comments. Aug 15, Sophia rated it liked it Shelves: pnr , net-galley-reads.

After meeting Drake briefly in the first book, I was eager to read a book with him as the main character. Love dragons!!!! Oh, and I really liked the paranormal world that Ms. Chase created particularly the people and the setting around the bar, Boston Uncommon. The tone of this series is so cute and quirky.

So yeah, I was eager to continue with this second installment in the series. Just so you know, its probably best that you begin with the first book for the world building and some of the rec After meeting Drake briefly in the first book, I was eager to read a book with him as the main character.

Just so you know, its probably best that you begin with the first book for the world building and some of the recurring characters to be fully appreciated. Bliss Russo has made it as a finalist in a greeting card competition, but yikes her building is on fire and all her work is stored on her laptop with no back-ups. She wheedles the hunky firefighter who came to her rescue into going back for her computer.

Unfortunately, the damage is done. She now has to re-work her cards, find a place to stay away from her interfering mother and find a temporary job that can help her get back on her feet and concentrate on the competition that will launch her card company if she wins. Enter best friend, Claudia, to the rescue. Claudia gives her a part-time job as a waitress where she manages at the bar, Boston Uncommon, and Claudia arranges for her to share the apartment upstairs above the bar for a more than reasonable rent.

Bliss jumps at the chance and meanwhile she starts up a relationship with that delicious fire fighter who rescued her, Drake Cameron. Drake is a dragon shifter and one of the last of his kind.

He wants to honor his mother's dying wish that he find a female dragon, mate and do his part to continue the race. Moving to Boston to check out the rumor of other dragons there turned out to be a wash, but he doesn't give up and tries to find a female dragon through an on-line dating service. In the meantime, he can't get his mind off the feisty human woman who he rescued and got him to do the stupid stunt of going back for her computer that got him suspended.

He tries to find her only knowing her first name. That doesn't prove successful and neither does the one female dragon who answers his dating service post. She's a psycho and proves more than ever that he'd rather find Bliss. If only he can convince her not to run in terror when she discovers that he's a dragon. Soon after Drake and Bliss start dating, Drake learns that the female dragon, Zina, isn't as done with him as he is with her. Bliss is none too pleased to discover that he left things open with Zina so she wonders if he's trustworthy, but then when Drake reveals more including his dragon side and that Zina is dangerous she has more to concern herself with.

Okay, I found this book just as fun and quirky as the first one. I liked Drake a lot and was really cheering for him to find his special someone. I found the relationship between Bliss and her mom hilarious. But Bliss' personality wasn't to my taste. Her character was well-written and all that, but I just didn't connect with her because I found her snarkiness and her total absorption in her card competition even to the point of sending Drake back into a fiery building more rude and self-centered than funny.

Drake seem to like her bossy, irascible nature so I finally just went with it and enjoyed the story unfold. Drake and Bliss weren't shy about their lusty attraction and jumped into the passion quickly. Their poor relationship did end up developing, but they had so many interruptions between the vengeful Zina, Bliss' well-meaning roomie Angie, the interfering gods and Bliss' family.

In the end, I had fun trying to keep up with all the antics. All in all, it was a fun read that entertained me well. Those who enjoy their paranormal on the lighter side and their romance filled with heat should give this one a try. My thanks to Sourcebooks and Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review this book.

Jul 06, Anna Erishkigal rated it it was ok Shelves: paranormal , romance , paranormal-romance , paranormal-critters , bought-it , candy-corn , gods-and-goddesses , dragons.

Somebody in a computer business who was afraid to back up her work? Mother Nature wants to be rid of dragons, but then a wizard can undo an omnipotent being's work?

The villain The family A major arsonist is loose in Boston, but the media isn't all over it? I felt as though the book didn't have a clear direction and suffered as a result of it. Even the sex scenes fell kind of flat. I felt as if I was reading a cross between a Sherrilyn Kenyon novel and P. Cast's House of Night series, but it never quite found the edginess of Kenyon nor the YA snark of Cast.

And then there was the insta-love and how readily the hero blabbed he was a creature which had been hunted to the edge of extinction. I did like Hephasteus, though This story could have been great. Perhaps it might be with a re-edit?

But for now, I have no choice but to give it two stars. Sorry Jul 04, Christyn rated it did not like it Shelves: paranormal , did-not-like , fantasy , romance , gods-and-goddesses. Let me start this off by saying I really wanted to like this book. It sounded like it could be a fun, light and humorous romance with a paranormal twist of course I based this off of reading the back and first few pages in the library.

In reality it was simply okay, I guess. I didn't love it, in fact I didn't like most of it but I didn't absolutely hate it either, so that's…something. How to Date a Dragon is misleading as a title since the two main characters don't really do much "dating" go Let me start this off by saying I really wanted to like this book. How to Date a Dragon is misleading as a title since the two main characters don't really do much "dating" go out to places, getting to know you kinds of things with the exception of the first date.

And BAM - in love with each other. The writing itself isn't that awful but I found it a bit choppy and unfocused as if the author couldn't decide what to focus on more. It just felt like the author was trying too hard and the book suffered. And there is a general lack of description and setting that this book should've had some of. The Story: There was not enough romance for a romance novel. It started off okay and just went downhill from there.

I mean with the whole Bliss worried about her competition, where she'll live, what she'll do and then Drake and hotness and sexy time I swear sometimes this girl had just sex on the mind. Let's not forget the other stuff -the oh no, Danger! Crazy chick, Gods and Goddess, Crazy Chick Danger, Delusional Dragons, Fires, Oh look another insane chick who is not the aforementioned crazy chick , Kidnapping, Escape, Crazy Chick strikes again, Drake in trouble with boss, Oh look Bliss' "insane" family, Crazy chick - again, Powers that be smite the crazy chick, Happy happy, the end.

That about sums it up. I probably missed somethings, possibly mixed things up but with all that going on there wasn't a lot of time for the romance part to bloom. I am and I read it. I don't need everything to make sense, honest. But I need something. Some kind of acceptable explanation on some things. This book just asked me to suspend disbelief too many times without any build up whatsoever. What do I mean by this? Take Bliss who just astounded me and not in a good way on so many levels I'll get back to her later.

That same all-powerful Gaia who for some reason couldn't freaking stop the villain all throughout the book yet "punishes" her at the end how I have no idea but she's "all-powerful" right? And of course no one is going to notice the dragon spreading fires in Boston. I mean, because that's just not obvious when it's clear she would've had to fly to spread so many fires, and when she kidnapped Bliss.

And the "protection" at the Bar…yeah, not feeling it. That was just pathetic - they were alerted and the villain still got in and did her damage. I'm not sure who the editor was but they missed something on Page - "Her hair dark fell forward…" It was small but kind of hard to miss, and did nothing to improve my feelings toward the book. Some of the dialogue and text was just odd and jarring for me Just keep reading, you'll see what I mean.

This book also had a hard time showing instead of telling. Like the fact Bliss is "snarky". Yes, I got it first few times, but mostly what I got was whiny and you've got to be kidding me. And again didn't get to see them fall in love, in fact I still don't know how they fell in love. And don't get me started on that unfulfilling ending. Just no. The Characters: The 'heroine" is Bliss Russo and she is one of the most TSTL heroines i've seen in a while.

If there was anyone with no sense of self-preservation, or common sense it's this girl. Girl , not woman because she acts like a girl despite being 27 years old. An immature, ungrateful girl who should be so lucky to have anyplace to go. I have to go back to Winthrop and live with my annoying parents for who knows how long…" And a girl who should be so lucky to have a great friend like Claudia who finds her a place to live and a job it's unfortunate Claudia pretty much disappears from the story after serving her purpose - some best friend of Bliss' right?

Of course she also has a wonderful new beau - Drake Cameron whom she irrationally gets mad at for meeting the Crazy Chick date once, before they hooked up. And of course she is great in emergency situations. First fire - wants to go back into a burning building and get her laptop, then wants the fireman Drake to go back in for it. How about when she thinks Drake is having an allergic reaction to the two percocet she gave him after he got beat up? He's snoring.

I'm afraid for him Angie. No, Really. Or how about when she sees the bank on fire near the bar after being told about the threat to her life and to stay in the bar , it's a natural reaction to worry about her Greeting Card copies on the CD she put in a safety deposit box at that bank nevermind she has the original at the bar she just left and to run out towards the burning bank not telling anyone what's going on or where she's going.

And into the villain. And it's always a good idea to be sassy to a fire-breathing female dragon who thinks you stole her "mate".

I mean because everyone could be so lucky to also have God's on their side well, sort of and be "saved" while in the potty, yes because that's what she said, first it was toilet then it was potty; "There's nothing quite so embarrassing as being caught on the potty. Okay, I could just keep going on and on about Bliss but that would take up the entire review.

Point is she was immature, lacking in common sense, stubborn not always a bad thing but she has to have things her way, and a little ugh. On the other hand she is honest and straight-forward and brave or stupid, kinda the same thing sometimes she doesn't faint or cry or get hysterical…well - not as much as some of the other crazy chicks in this novel. So there is that.

Drake is just not what I expected from a Dragon. He's a bit of a doormat, nothing about him really screams Alpha male but that's okay, I don't always need or want that. He's a genuinely "nice guy" who is understanding, willing to compromise and by that I mean give Bliss whatever the hell she wants if he can , and is also willing to talk and be honest which is a plus. On the other hand he gets beat up by girl dragons and spends time screaming "Taxi" when faced with her, in his defense she is an insane, creepy dragon who can breathe fire and is immortal, and he had a reason for doing this.

He's not the most impressive, powerful dragon. That's okay because he makes great boyfriend material. If only we got to see more of the romance I probably could've appreciated him more. I liked Hephaestus Vulcan. I liked Sadie and Anthony. I didn't like just about everyone else. And I have to ask what is with all the temper-tanturm throwing females in this book? There is Bliss, Gaia, Zina and Ruxandra. One temper-tantrum throwing female is enough, four is overkill. Zina is just a crazy, sociopathic nut.

She makes no sense. She comes up with harebrained schemes some of which actually succeed - somewhat. And is apparently "untouchable" to Gaia. Gaia , or Mother Nature the omnipotent entity that created all. Who can't stop a single dragon or even slow her down for the matter and was curtailed from fulfilling her will by a voodoo priestess , one of her "creations".

It just doesn't make sense. She does all these things to Zina after Vulcan brings her to Gaia. Blink and you'll miss it - apparently the punishment happens without us seeing so I felt cheated.

Couldn't you have beat her up a little or something? Taken away her immortality like Gaia did to Drake's family? And more importantly, why didn't she do it before?! And is that It?

Why would you even give her a chance to reproduce? What happened to eliminating all dragons? Ruxandra - I don't even know why she was here. I mean seriously - crazy-can't-take-a-hint-ex-girlfriend just pops up for no apparent reason kind of like the Gods. As for the other characters - most of them just popped in and popped right back out, like Ruxandra. Overall: I didn't like it. I tried. I can't recommend it. The story, the characters, the neat little unfulfilling ending - no, No, NO.

Maybe someone else will like it. It wasn't for me - it hit too many of the wrong buttons for me to enjoy it. There were a few brief moments I enjoyed but mostly I didn't. flag 2 likes · Like · see review. Jul 05, Sanna Rauhala rated it it was ok Shelves: , kirjakerho. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Disclaimer: I am not an expert on this front, so excuse me if I can't really compare it to other similar ones.

I chose one with a supernatural vibe to make it more interesting. I know I should read these light-heartedly, but Alas, I cannot. That being said: WHY DID I DO THIS TO MYSELF. Why introduce a big bad if the big bad has really no relevance whatsoever?

Why did the book have about twenty different endings? Why are people so into greeting cards that crowds actually gather to gasp and watch in awe as some price is being dealt? How can a girl who doesn't back up her work and is scared of big bad hackers be called "tech savvy", not to mention spoilers "muse of the internet"? Why is the writing so bad? I gave this two stars because during the first fifty pages I actually laughed out loud because of how silly the writing was.

It kept me entertained for half an hour, until it was just Excuse me while I now depart for my book club meeting to share some of the most mind-boggling quotes and my pain.

flag 1 like · Like · see review. Dec 02, Salamanderinspace rated it did not like it. DNF on page I was tempted to read to the end to see if the villain ever gets redeemed but I have a bad feeling the author is just playing her as straight evil even though she's the most awesome, relatable character. I just couldn't read further. This ticks every box on the trashy romance checklist. A straight-laced man who desperately wants to have kids. A lady protagonist who is passionate about her greeting card business omg.

Subtle notes of fat-shaming. Unsubtle notes of racism. Male DNF on page Male lead is slightly stalkery. Several characters are low-grade sexist.

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Preview — How to Date a Dragon by Louisa Masters. How to Date a Dragon Here Be Dragons 0. Tip 1 for dealing with dragons: be prepared for anything My whole life, I thought dragons were majestic, wise, fearsome creatures. Not to mention fictional, but that belief has been debunked. I just have to impress his representative first.

Except Tip 1 for dealing with dragons: be prepared for anything My whole life, I thought dragons were majestic, wise, fearsome creatures. Get A Copy. ebook , 88 pages. More Details Edition Language. Here Be Dragons 0. All Editions. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about How to Date a Dragon , please sign up.

What's the approximate page or word count? like 8 months ago Add your answer. See 1 question about How to Date a Dragon…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of How to Date a Dragon Here Be Dragons 0. As a quick filler read, I enjoyed it, but also felt as though some intangible "something" was kinda-sorta missing, too. So just set realistic expectations going in and you should be good to go for this 3.

flag 45 likes · Like · see review. Jan 15, Jewel rated it liked it Shelves: elves-fae , mm , three-point-five-stars , bisexual-pansexual-mc , fantasy , time-period-contemporary , , paranormal , vampires , shifters. flag 9 likes · Like · see review. Jan 14, Grace rated it did not like it Shelves: mm-rich-dudes , mm-paranormal-supernatural , arc-or-free-reads , dnf , mm-romance , mm-smut , mm-short-stories.

I do think their world building has some interesting concepts, but I found Hagan to be obnoxious in the extreme and his immaturity and lack of respect for boundaries put me right off. flag 6 likes · Like · see review. Jan 07, Cadiva rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites.

I absolutely adore Louisa's paranormal series and this sneaky prequel which goes back to the time when the elves and dragons had not long moved to Earth is blooming brilliant. Hagen is a dragon with a devil may care attitude but he's also deeply good. He may play lose, but that's more that it's a role he feels comfortable with.

Meeting Jaiden changes all that and boy do they heat up the sheets. There's no other real secondary plot as this is a novella, but it focuses 4. There's no other real secondary plot as this is a novella, but it focuses on the dragons finding the house we know as HQ. Loved it! Jan 23, the kevin rated it did not like it Shelves: freebies , ybbb , dnf.

He is a childish brat, and it's not amusing. Jay is trying to be professional, despite their hookup the night before, because he is working and its going to be a massive professional thing for him, and Hagen is determined to be as large a problem as possible. He has no boundaries, and his goal appears to be as obnoxious as possible - like getting food residue on the inside of someone elses clean car. Rude much? I can't see how I'm supposed to like him, or why I'd want them to be together.

There's also a ton of infodumping, and internal monologue. Overall, I was on the fence for this author, but this confirms I should move them to my DNR to save everyone the suffering. flag 4 likes · Like · see review. View 1 comment. Apr 27, Jacquie Stewart rated it it was amazing. Hagen was a lot of fun and doesn't take things too seriously. He and Jay had immediate chemistry and it gets steamy fast. I adored their date, the teasing and interactions with thr other characters 4.

I adored their date, the teasing and interactions with thr other characters flag 3 likes · Like · see review. Feb 10, Natalia rated it liked it. Jan 19, Ashley Martinez ilovebooksandstuffblog rated it really liked it. A fun steamy read that had me smiling the whole way through! Jan 13, Heike rated it really liked it Shelves: edition-e-book , giveaway , romance , lgbt , fantasy , less-thanpages , romance-fantasy.

How original. For as much talking about sex there were only a couple of scenes, so that was a plus in my book as well. Free on prolific works in Jan 03, Natalie rated it liked it Shelves: 3-star , i-own , m-m , profilic-works-freebies , lgbt , belowpages , short-story-anthology-novella. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I can't remember if Jay was mentioned in Brandt's story or not.

Cute couple. Feels more of a sensible story thanks to the roommates stepping in. I did like the rolling out of bed quirk and the ongoing cooking joke. Appearance from Caolan and David but that's about it. flag 2 likes · Like · see review. Jan 23, Sadie Forsythe rated it liked it Shelves: pw-tempt. Meh, it was fine. The writing was readable, etc. But, despite being a. It definitely didn't feel like it should be read as an introduction to the world.

Plus, I just thought Hagen was annoying. I get that that was kinda his whole shtick, but I didn't enjoy him. Jan 07, Teresa rated it it was amazing Shelves: mm , romances , vampires , paranormal , sex-erotic-explicit , fae-fairies-elves , own , promo-free-gift , series , shapeshifters.

Jaiden was a great foil for him. This was fun and angst free with just enough sexy time. Jan 02, Nanna Sander rated it really liked it Shelves: m-m-romance , fantasy-paranormal-supernatural , novella-short-story , low-angst , shifters , freebie , favorites-of This novella feels like much more than that. It is short, but the story feels full-fledged in a way some novellas don't.

We get a full story, where there is time to explore both a new love connection, the sexual relationship, and how the couple relates to their surroundings.

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