Author: Mell Eight
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Cover Artist: London Burden
Rating: 4.25 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 06/27/2012
Length: Novella (~ 15K-50K)
Genre: Fantasy, M/M Romance
When Prince Leon disappears and his people are unable to find him, they turn to the dragons for help. Nyle is the unlucky dragon tasked with finding the missing prince, a duty he dreads as it forces him into the confounding human world and away from his collection of pretties.
Locating a missing prince should be a simple matter, but if Nyle has learned anything about humans since being forced out among them it’s that they needlessly complicate everything. When he finally locates the errant prince, however, what Nyle finds is a treasure worth all the complications—worth protecting at all costs.
Delightful! I loved the dragons and their hoards. I loved Nyle and Leon together. I loved the setting.
Nyle, though a three hundred year old dragon, still had some innocence when it came to humans. Though I found him a tad bit whiny for a dragon, his strength did show through. His love of his “pretties” was endearing and so typically dragon-like. Leon seemed much more mature for his age and I liked that he wasn’t dark and broody despite what happened to him.
There were great supporting characters as well. Nyle’s hatch-mother was especially colourful and entertaining! The world building was strong yet simple so that while I knew where everything was, I wasn’t bogged down with too much detail.
I will definitely read more from this author and look forward to book two in this series!
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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