Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Never Deal With Dragons

Never Deal with Dragons 
4 of 5 stars false1/2
  Consoling a sobbing dragon and serving pig buffets are just part of the job for Myrna Banks. Working for a mediation firm, it's her job to get humans compensated for damages caused by the dragons who now rule. But her "typical" day is interrupted by Trian Chobardan, an old flame who sneaked out of her bed two years ago, taking her heart and a handful of classified documents with him.
Myrna would love to show Trian the door, but he's been sent by North America's reigning dragon lord for help negotiating a truce with a powerful rival to avert war. Myrna agrees to help, even though she'll be stuck with Trian as a partner.
As the two work together, Myrna finds Trian to be surprisingly supportive—and still irresistibly attractive. Though her brain tells her not to forget his betrayal, her body feels differently. When they learn the enemy dragon lord is planning something no one could have imagined, Myrna has to learn who she can trust before she loses not only her heart, but her life.


***Carina Press through Netgalley provided me with an ARC of this book, I based my review on content alone. ****
Myrna Banks’ job is to help humans get compensation from dragons; an interesting job and hazardous job but one she loves. Well, she used to love. Her boyfriend, Trian, left her without a word and took off with sensitive information from her job; she was demoted and now works as a secretary. While in the middle of mediating a dispute, her ex-walks in and once again her whole life is turned upside down. She and Trian must to work together while dealing with a rival Dragon Lord. Myrna is drawn into a world of lies, violence, hate, revenge, secrets and passion. With her life, and countless others, on the line she doesn't know who or what to trust. I chose this book because of the cover, it’s very eye catching and I am so glad I did. Within the first few pages I was laughing; some of the situations Myrna finds herself in are incredibly hilarious. Other times I found myself rooting for her and hoping that all the characters would live through the danger. The relationship between Myrna and Trian was rife with sexual tension. The foreshadowing in this book is done exceptionally well, major kudos to the author on that front. What I really loved about this book was the scientific explanation on how dragons came into existence; it was both interesting and well thought out. Fans of paranormal romance should add Never Deal With Dragons to the top of their to be read list.

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