Tess McGarry is only supposed to deliver a silver dragon pendant to its rightful owner and she'll be paid handsomely. But this simple job gets complicated when she comes face to face with the hottest - and most difficult - man she's ever laid eyes on. A man who says he wants to claim her as his mate.
Kaden St. George was once a fierce warrior, a leader among his kind. But pursued by hunters intent on exterminating dragons and stealing his treasure, Kaden has gone into hiding - until he is awakened by a beautiful woman who has something that belongs to him.
I don't usually use words like "dumb" to describe books, I try to be more tactful. I just can't think of any better word to describe this. The story line was weak and boring. I couldn't connect with either of the main characters at all!! Even the intimate encounters were poorly done. The narration was terrible, especially for the guy. I think she tried to make him sound sexy, but he sounded mentally challenged. The best part of the book was the fact that it was short. Don't waste a credit, your money, or your time.
Unexplainable attraction ... Hotter than Heck ... and it is not just because of the dragon.
Would you try another book from Kendra Leigh Castle and/or Bethany Bayer?
Purchased this for cheap entertainment. Definitely got what I paid for. I had never read one of these types of books and now understand the stereotype. Will not purchase a book like this again.
Has Taming the Dragon turned you off from other books in this genre?
What didn’t you like about Bethany Bayer’s performance?
the voice of the male role
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
I enjoyed this story. It was good and even had a bit of a plot even though the story is rather short. I didn't really like the voice the narrator used for the Hero but it wasn't so bad that I disliked the story because of it. Overall, I liked it and thought it was worth the low price.