Thursday, February 6, 2014

Dragon Maid (Dragon Lore) by Ann Gimpel Review

Title: Dragon Maid
Series: Dragon Lore
Author: Ann Gimpel
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 193
Price: $4.99
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

Jonathan Shea is a software engineer. When pressed, he admits to being a closet witch, but he’s always been a shade ambivalent about his magic—until a dragon shows up in Inverness, and then all bets are off. Along with others in his coven, Jonathan is both charmed and captivated by the creature fresh out of legend.

Britta is a dragon shifter. Dragged from the Middle Ages by the Celtic gods, she and her dragon prepare for a battle to save Earth. The first human she lays eyes on in modern times is Jonathan. There’s something about him. She can’t quite pinpoint it, but he has way more magic than any witch she’s ever come across before. Aside from magic, Jonathan is drop dead gorgeous. For the first time ever, Britta questions the wisdom of remaining a maid.

Surrounded by dragon shifters, Celtic gods, Selkies, and a heaping portion of magic, Jonathan comes into his own fast. Good thing, too, because fell creatures have targeted him, Britta, and the dragons. In the midst of chaos, he finds passion so poignant and love so heartbreakingly tender, it will change his life forever.


Another absolutely amazing book from Ann Gimpel. I loved the concept of this covert witch meeting his mate who turns out to be a dragon shifter. Dragon Maid is another book that you'll get incredibly wrapped up in. Gimpel knows how to expertly tell a story that will not only capture your attention, but whisk you away to another time and place. I loved this sequel and highly recommend this series to anyone that loves paranormal romance and fantasy.

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