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Friday, August 14, 2015

Review: Dragon's Melody

Title: Dragon's Melody
Author: Ophelia Bell
Format: ebook
Release Date: June 18th 2015
Length: Novel (321 pages)
Genre: Paranormal Erotica
Source: Publisher
Buy: Amazon, Barnes & Noble
Rating: 2.5-stars 

Melissa's Review:

Melody is a young flight attendant that just wants to get away. One day while working, a passenger gives her a job offer to be an Executive Assistant. The thing that Melody doesn't know, is that her boss is a dragon. After a bit she's transferred to another guy and his friend/lover. Both gentlemen are also dragons. This is where things get interesting. She's basically traded to be a sexual plaything for the main dragon, Skye. She has the choice of signing the contract, and of course she does. The job of the friend/lover is to get her ready for the other guy. Then Sky comes in and the boinkfest begins.

I'll admit the book caught my eye with the dragon bit, but there probably needs to be a bit more information regarding what the book contains in the blurb. It started as M/M, which I've never read before, then went to M/F, then to M/F/M. I expected something else, which is probably why I didn't enjoy this as much as others. The heat level is hot, and there are tons of sexy times. I'd recommend this if you're looking for a good time with a dragon and a M/M or M/F/M book.

13 comments:

  1. Well that's an unusual combo! Sounds pretty interesting.

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  2. Yet another lots of sex and no plot book. It's very misleading.

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  3. I confess that it's not something that is usually for me so I think I'll pass but sorry to hear it's not that good...

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    1. That's okay :) I haven't read many books with m/f/m so I wanted to try it out.

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  4. Sucks when there's a surprise like that and it doesn't work for you. What's the overall coupling? Is it mainly m/m or more of the other bits?

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    1. Overall it leads to m/f/m which is what I thought the book was *sigh*

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    2. But most of the book is a mix of m/m or m/f

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  5. Sucks that you didn't like this one and much as you'd hoped. I'm shocked that at 321 pages it doesn't have more oomph to it. I was honestly expecting a short story from the sounds of it.

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    1. Uh huh, this could have been a shorter story and had the same effect on me TBH.

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  6. I'm not much into the erotic reads, so probably not for me. But I do like the cover. :)

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