Okay, so onto Bound by a Dragon, by the lovely Linda K. Hopkins.
This book was a solid three stars. I didn't dislike the book, but there wasn't much of the book for me to fall in love with either. It's a very mild book. The highs weren't high and the lows weren't low. However, I still enjoyed the story and the characters and would recommend this to a younger reader who might want to get started in supernatural romance.
As I said before, despite the title, this book is very mild. Could I have possibly been hoping for a good ol' Kathleen E. Woodiwiss bodice ripper? Perhaps. It's been awhile since I've indulged in a steamy, medieval romance and those were always my favs. I did not find it in this book, but the characters still managed to worm their way into my heart. With the book being such a lite and quick read, I will probably pick up the rest in the series at some point.
Man, I am super behind on my reading this year. Maybe I shouldn't have binge watched all of Fringe and two seasons of American Horror Story. And Daredevil. And Lucifer. And Once Upon a Time... and the list goes on. Oh well. A good story is a good story however it's being told. I realize the 'good' part of that is relative but leave me my vices.
It's the last day of September and the original deadline to have all my chapters turned over to my editor, but I knew that goal was smudged a while ago. However, things are still progressing well for me to finish before November, but I have a lot to get done before NaNoWriMo. October is going to be busy busy busy!
I'll be back soon with a Maestro review, and until then, here is a snippet of Bound by a Dragon.