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Sacrificed to the Dragon (Stonefire British Dragons Book 1) Kindle Edition
STONEFIRE DRAGONS BOOK 1
In exchange for a vial of dragon’s blood to save her brother’s life, Melanie Hall offers herself up as a sacrifice to one of the British dragon-shifter clans. Being a sacrifice means signing a contract to live with the dragon-shifters for six months to try to conceive a child. Her assigned dragonman, however, is anything but easy. He’s tall, broody, and alpha to the core. There’s only one problem—he hates humans.
Due to human dragon hunters killing his mother, Tristan MacLeod despises humans. Unfortunately, his clan is in desperate need of offspring to repopulate their numbers and it’s his turn to service a human female. Despite his plans to sleep with her and walk away, his inner dragon has other ideas. The curvy human female tempts his inner beast like no other.
Full-length story of 65,000 words with a happy ending / A BBW and Dragon-Shifter Paranormal Romance
NOTE: This was previously titled, "Sacrificed to the Dragon: Boxed Set (Parts #1-4)." However, it is exactly the same story.
- ASIN : B00NU69YD0
- Publisher : Mythical Lake Press, LLC; 2 edition (22 September 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 2705 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 248 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #180 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Melanie Hall is one thesis away from earning her PhD in Social Anthropology but has put this on the back burner in order to save her young brother’s life. He has beaten cancer only to come down with a life threatening disease which the dragon’s blood will cure. She has successfully passed all the tests and been accepted as a sacrifice.
Tristan McLeod has been chosen as the male dragon who is to impregnate Melanie if possible. The problem is that he hates humans since they killed his mother and tortured his sister ten years prior.
Definitely not a match made in heaven! He makes everything as difficult as possible for Melanie but this lady is made of sterner stuff than he’s ever come across!
A much different take on dragons and their place in the world but very gripping and enjoyable.
If, on the other hand, you enjoy in-depth characters, and a plot (beyond giving the characters an excuse to sleep together every five minutes), then you probably won't enjoy this book.
Both joys and sadness are mixed in along with prejudices and preconceptions…..
Some very heated moments between the main characters, bot physical and psychological….
So definitely an interesting romance read….
The heroine never really makes me like her and the hero was a bit one dimensional in his hatred of all humans attitude at first, then all of a sudden bam, in love with the heroine. Loved that his dragon was in love with her from the start though.
Tristan really was just a nasty person for ages and Melanie was annoying with her sunshine attitude. I am also a straight talking person but I am not sure Melanie talking at Arabella was the right thing to do. Arabella was entitled to her behaviour but the clan should have done something sooner.
Then I started to settle into the book and found I liked Melanie, she was strong and able to think on her feet and Tristan mellowed out a bit.
The world this is set in is not one I liked. Though dragons are known to humans, like a lot of our current wildlife, they are hunted, tortured and abused and killed so hunters can sell their blood and body parts.
Will probably read more of this series.
Love me some Dragon's and I loved the inner conversations Tristan had with his Dragon, they certainly didn't agree all the time, I liked that.
The h was strong and feisty, not backing down in the face of the H's jerkiness at the beginning, helpful and caring.
I liked the secondary characters, especially the leader, looking forward to his story.
Will definitely continue the series and will check out what else this author has to offer.
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The overly descriptive sex scenes don't add anything to the story and are unnecessary detailed, at first I thought they were written by a man.
The author is good at drawing on emotions and several times my eyes where welling up!
Parts of the story which had the potential to be a good read were missed out - like the rescue and the
getting back in touch with her parents.
So this is kindof a raunchy romance novel with a bit of fantasy thrown in, not sure what audience this is aimed at but it would mostly suit the people who like romance novels (or pornorgraphy).
Mel and Tristan are a mismatched couple, or so it seems at the start of the novel. Tristan has his reasons for the way he is and luckily for him Melanie isn’t the sort to give up at the first hurdle. I like the way the pair come together but there could be more than sex between them. While the author attempted to show this I’m not entirely sure that they were successful. I wanted to see the couple interact a little more before everything fell into place. Aside from that, it’s a fairly solid, easy, paranormal read. Happy reading!
Sexual content: Fairly frequent
Violence: Negligible (Spoken about, not witnessed)
horny teen nonsense.
Character development and backstory are absolute zero, you have no history for any of these people except some vaguely mentioned one-liners.
Scene and character descriptions, non existent, you won't be able to tell one woman or man from the next, no personalities at all, and I couldn't even make out where they were supposed to be, or what they were supposed to be doing, no scene setting except 'a house' or 'a field'.
99% of the time you're just reading dialogue or inner monologue, and there's absolutely no substance at all. But who cares about substance as long as the sex scenes are good, right?
Well they aren't.
Even the sex scenes (not that they bother to set the scene) are basic half a page of 'c*ck and p**sy' talk, the classic 'jump on and jump off' text that will make you think you're reading a teenager's diary fantasy, not a novel.
However, there are many good parts to this book. The human-Dragon agreement is interesting, and the British tendency to ignore problems is very actual. Also, the American forwardness of the main character is both realistic, nuanced, and endearing. Also, I really liked the comparison of body builders vs swimmers.