ARC Review: The Dragon Healer by Bianca D’Arc

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ARC Review: The Dragon Healer by Bianca D’Arc
The Dragon Healer

3 Stars


Book Info

Released: July 2, 2013
Series: Dragon Knights #1.5
Pages: 63
Format: ARC
 

 

Usually, I would enjoy the threesomes that occur in this series, but because of the length of this novella, I found that everything was extremely rushed and I didn’t have enough time to get to know the characters. ~ Under the Covers

THE DRAGON HEALER is a novella set in the Dragon Knights world. This book fits in between the first and the second book. Silla is a dragon healer who hears the pained cries of someone in need. Going off to find the source of torment, she finds a dragon and its knight.

Brodie finds something alluring about Silla the healer. Since the book is very very short, all of their chemistry starts off at a very fast paced. Furthermore, since Brodie’s dragon is mated to another dragon, Geoff is also connected to their potent lust.

Usually, I would enjoy the threesomes that occur in this series, but because of the length of this novella, I found that everything was extremely rushed and I didn’t have enough time to get to know the characters. Overall, it’s a very sweet and steamy story, but I don’t think it represents the vastness that D’Arc further explores in the full length books. It’s a taste of what the world and character are like, but doesn’t further delve deeper into that.

Though THE DRAGON HEALER isn’t my favorite of the series, it is a taste of what to expect in the world that D’Arc has created.

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About Bianca D'Arc

Bianca enjoys mixing her real-world knowledge of science with imaginary worlds in her writing. A former chemist, she tends to mix genres, concentrating most of her writing in the paranormal, sci fi, fantasy and futuristic realms, with some contemporary and urban fantasy thrown in for fun

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Timitra

Thanks for the review Ann!