Dragons Are People, Too
Ratings and Recommendations
Rating: 4 1/2 teacups
Book Club Worthy: Yes in genre
What would you do if all the other dragons were locked up except the boy you were secretly in love with, you need to rescue the President’s son, not get caught and locked up yourself, and yeah, your sixteen… see what Kitty does!
This is a fun read for YA and Adult readers alike. Nicolas takes us through a world where dragon shifters are secret agents that protect the world against forces of harm while building a family background specific for Kitty and her family.
The plot is interesting. A little too twisted at points. It does receive a 4 ½ on my blog. It ends seeming to be a first of a new series. I think if the series followed on as well as this it could very well be worth reading.
I like the take on the shifters also, which you will have to read to find out about this view on the dragon shifter. I definitely recommend it for teens through adults.
Recap - 4 1/2 teacups, fast and fun read, teen and adult friendly, shifters, paranormal and sc-fi and recommended.
If you like a quick read with shifters, intrigue, and possible series then you will like it if you want some teen angst, you will love it.
* I would like to thank Entangled Publishing, LLC via NetGALLEY for giving me an unreleased copy for an honest and fair review.
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