Sunday, May 13, 2012

Review: Dragon Mine by Joyee Flynn

Dragon Mine (North American Dragon Series, #1)Title: Dragon Mine
Author: Joyee Flynn
Genre: Same Sex Paranormal Romance
Part of a series: Yes, North American Dragon Series, #1
Length: 110 Pages.
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Release Date: 14 July 2010
This book is from: My own e-book collection
Gabriel Panlong has seen a lot over the centuries but nothing prepares him for the sight of two gorgeous men having sex up against an alley wall in broad daylight. Instantly turned on by the men and the scene before him, he feels guilty for watching such an intimate act. Gabriel walks away, only to hear the sounds of a struggle and smell the sweet scent of blood. Hurrying back, Gabriel hopes the two little hot men he saw are okay. Instead he walks into five large men beating the two men he longed to join. Dealing with his mounting desire is the least of Gabriel's problems. Learning that Neil and Ryan were part of an underground slave ring and the abuse they suffered, it's no wonder they don't trust Gabriel. But can he help heal them as they heal him of centuries of loneliness?

My review

I normally try to avoid this at all cost but this review does contain spoilers!!

OK I am on the fence with this book, it was a good story and I liked the people but it required a massive leap of faith and suspension of disbelieve to accept this world to be one that could exist.
I have to wonder if the author was a little angry with the male gender when she wrote this seeing as she has the Dragons mates giving birth to the children. Now don't get me wrong as a mother of four I LOVE the idea of thee men having to carry and give birth. What I found just to be just the wrong side of fanciful was that Neil and Ryan got pregnant the first time, when Gabriel had said that the mating would change their bodies so the could accommodate a baby. Even if they were at it like rabbits I would think it would take a couple of weeks at least to grow a new organ. The story its self is a good one the characters are likeable and as the start of a series it did do its job, if I am honest I wont be rushing to buy the other books in this series but if I get stuck and don't know what to read I will go back to it just to see what happens to the slave traders.

My Rating:


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