The Golden Dragon

The Golden Dragon April is shocked when she runs into a dragon in the alley behind her shop Despite his urbane appearance a wildness lurks in his gaze Gathering her coven together they discuss the ramifications of on

  • Title: The Golden Dragon
  • Author: Tianna Xander
  • ISBN: 9781554878369
  • Page: 294
  • Format: ebook
  • April is shocked when she runs into a dragon in the alley behind her shop Despite his urbane appearance, a wildness lurks in his gaze Gathering her coven together, they discuss the ramifications of one of the witch killing beasts appearing nearby When spell after spell continues to go awry, is it a sign that their magic is truly weak or is it the dragon in the picture tApril is shocked when she runs into a dragon in the alley behind her shop Despite his urbane appearance, a wildness lurks in his gaze Gathering her coven together, they discuss the ramifications of one of the witch killing beasts appearing nearby When spell after spell continues to go awry, is it a sign that their magic is truly weak or is it the dragon in the picture that is turning tulips into toadstools Dragons are too bossy to bond to their own kind, so when Drake meets the perfect witch for him, will he have enough fortitude to stand against her coven and their truly crappy magic

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    1. I had read book 4 in the series first. Thought I was ready for the abrupt ending just as it's getting into it's stride so to speak, but no, I was perhaps even more disappointed to leave this story. It offered a continuation on the Web, but site only says "Test". Was only available a few years ago! I found the story delightful, 13 "sisters" in a coven and they can't even make breakfast! When April tries to make mushrooms, she creates toadstools instead. Hundreds of them! the magic of the others i [...]

    2. She had to admit he was the most gorgeous hunk of man she’d ever seen, but she about freaked when she found out he was a dragon! I’ve read this author’s work before (as a co-author on another series) and I enjoy her writing style and her subject matter. Dragons are cool! Ms. Xander always makes her dragons very strong and powerful in character, but all with one weakness. They seem to always be searching for a mate so they can keep their breed alive.In this story, the author creates April a [...]

    3. I read book 5 first, then this one. Reading them in order makes more sense of things and how each came to be with each other. Great characters, but everything is glossed over and barely touched on because the book is so short.This one is about Drake (the Golden Dragon) and April (witch). April & her 12 sisters were practicing and arguing, when she goes outside. There she comes across Drake, and when she realizes what he is she panics and fears for her life. She is under the impression that t [...]

    4. An interesting start to a series. In this one, there are dragons and witches. For some reason, the witches (or at least the witches in April's family) have been indoctrinated that dragons tried to eradicate them during the Inquisition. As a result, witches are in hiding from dragons. But male dragons can only procreate with witches.Quite by accident, April meets Kendrake, the most powerful dragon. She knows who he is and books once she realizes what she thinks he can do to her. Good thing he (or [...]

    5. I like the concept witches being mates for dragons and neither reaching their full potential until they mate with their 'other half', the Inquisition, the failed magic of the sisters, etc. All of it was interesting and I think Tianna Xander did a decent job setting up the series here. But that's all she did. This story was too short for me to consider it more than an introduction to the situation that will be explored in the rest of the series. I'd call this "Dragon Bound 0.5", but the rest of t [...]

    6. This story had lots of potential but it was just too short to be fleshed out properly. It was going so well between Drake and April but abruptly ends and continues (sort of) in an epilogue. I was disappointed in this "series starter" but liked the concept enough to try The Ice Dragon.

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