Beth's Review: Bachelor Dragon Blues (A Dragon Planet Romance #2) by Lynne Murray
APC PUBLISHER: Lynne Murray RELEASED: April 7, 2017 GENRE: PARANORMAL ROMANCE, COMEDY LENGTH: 183 pages FORMAT: EBOOK
Can the love of an Earth woman save a wounded dragon shifter from the ticking time bomb inside?
Dragon Planet war hero Jevrath doesn’t know that spy bots were injected into his wound during the battle. Now spies monitor his every move and can kill him at will. He visits Earth for some no-strings-attached recreation--also to avoid the Dragon King who is nagging him to do a reality TV show as the Bachelor Dragon. Jevrath doesn't want his love life turned into a planetary joke. Then Beth walks through the door and everything changes.
Beth desperately needs a weekend away from her first job as a lab tech where she has to dodge her lecherous boss. Sudden attraction overwhelms her as she walks into the resort bar and sees tall, dark, commanding Jevrath, not knowing her life is about to be uprooted.
Overtake by intense attraction, Jevrath and Beth run straight into Beth’s predatory boss, whose leering grin promises a “put out or get out” talk for Beth soon. Frantic to get away, Beth confides her fears. Jevrath springs into action. He takes the King’s deal to become the Bachelor Dragon on condition that the King fund a fertility clinic on the Dragon Planet, hire Beth to run it, and invite her to join the 26 shapeshifter dragon women who will compete for his love. FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
Having read Runaway Dragonette: A BBW Paranormal Shapeshifter Dragon Reality TV Romance, Book 1 of Paranormal Reality TV Romance, I was instantly interested in this new title. I also had a general idea of what to expect. I do have to confess that I do not watch reality TV and have no desire to; however, I have an idea of what reality shows are about from other “news type” shows I watch. Also, romance is my least favorite genre, but paranormal is right up my alley. This was not like most romance novels; I appreciated that there wasn’t too much intimacy, which I usually have to skim past when reading. Much like the first book, there were shapeshifter Dragons, which I really liked! Lynn Murray has a new fan in me and I will be watching for her books. Much like the first book, she did everything right. Bachelor Dragon Blue was well written, with well-developed characters, and a fun and interesting story. I really enjoyed the quick and smooth read. Overall, I give it 4 Boundless star