Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Review: Volarn Chronicles II: Heart of the Dragon

Title: Volarn Chronicles II: Heart of the Dragon    

Author: Myra Nour

Publisher: New Concepts

Genre: Fantasy, erotic romance

Length: 516 pages

Reviewer: Tabitha 


Can Eric, a tough, handsome Green Beret from Earth, convince Kasha, the stubborn warrior princess of Volarn, that he loves
her? Not before they experience adventure in the haunted wastelands, discover a baby dragon, and explore the hot,
sensual side of their relationship.
Travel back to Volarn for more magical romance and new adventure with King Rhamus's sister, Kasha, and Olga's brother, Eric. If you loved Love's Captive, be enchanted with Volarn Chronicles Book Two. Find out what sad secret makes Kasha run from love. Follow the characters' fox and hound game of love, as each pushes the other to their limits, climaxing in a dramatic rescue that changes everything. Be warned, this book is filled with humor and love that knows no bounds. And an adorable, goofy dragon that will win your heart, so that you will be asking "How do I adopt a dragon of my own!".

Review: The chemistry between Eric and Kasha was scorching. She tries so hard to be noble and reject his love but he refuses to give up. Some of the antics between the couple are so cute and funny. They had me laughing aloud. But this story also has danger and a valiant rescue by the brave princess and a very protective dragon names Puff. It is amazing the lengths we will go to for love. 
Another enchanting read by the very talented Myra Nour. A story that makes you forget you are reading a book and sweeps you away to a magical land where mythical creatures are real and the impossible becomes possible. The world Myra has created sparkles vibrantly. Her world building skills go beyond what the average reader expects and leaves you sad to have to turn the last page. I will defiantly be looking forward to more books in the Volarn Chronicles. Kudos to Myra for sharing her wild imagination for us all to enjoy. 
Happy Reading,

Tabitha Blake

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review - I love fantasy romance and this series sounds like a good one to read.