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Dragon’s Guide to Slaying Virgins (Otherworld Realms – 3) by Isabelle Saint-Michael

5 stars

(Excerpt from Goodreads) Morgan had resigned herself to death. She had been ready to follow her true love into the afterlife, if only a certain Dragon hadn’t “rescued” her. She wasn’t grateful – after all, she was a full-fledged Lady Knight and perfectly capable of making her own decisions, without the help of arrogant Dragon Lords, no matter how good-looking everyone seemed to think they were…

After dragging Lady Morgan from a Troll’s lair and dropping her off in another realm, Vallen thought he’d never see her again. But then an old member of his Knight Order betrays her oaths and begins amassing an army of thugs and highwaymen – in the same realm he’d left Morgan.

Racing back with only his brother for a squire, Vallen finds Lady Morgan, accompanied by a teenage Werewolf, ready to take on this Dragon all by herself. But it will take all of them to defeat her, and little do they know that in this battle, the secrets of their broken hearts will rise up from the past and walk again…

Morgan is a knight that has just lost the love of her life. She has decided that she is just going to take on a quest that she will surely die, unfortunately she is a little too good at her job and just gives herself to some trolls. Vallen is a good-looking, grumpy old dragon that insists on doing the right thing. He stumbles upon Morgan and his brother, young, about to be the main course for trolls and decides to rescue them and ends up leaving Morgan in another realm.

But then Vallen learns that an old knight friend has decided to amass an army and conquer that realm that he left Morgan in he decides to ride to her rescue again. But to his surprise, Morgan has picked up a teenage werewolf that she is going to help her avenger her pack along with getting Vallen for leaving her in that realm to begin with. Doing the right thing is not going to be easy for Vallen.

This is my first book of Isabelle Saint-Michael’s and I loved it. You have the typical fantasy romance story that is turned on its head. I loved the conflict between Morgan and Vallen, neither knows how to back down from a fight and think they know how to solve problems for other people. And the snark from Heather and Young just make this story.

This is not going to be my last book from Isabelle Saint-Michael. I can’t wait to see what happens in Practical Uses for Princes With Pointed Ears and Holiday Spirit for Hire.

For more information on Dragon’s Guide to Slaying Virgins make sure to check out Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Goodreads, and Isabelle Saint-Michael’s website.


I received this book from World Wind Virtual Tours for free in exchange for an honest review.

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