Slayer

Marriage No, thanks She d rather kiss a dragon.An Enchanted story.All Prince Cahill needs to assume the throne is one simple thing a wife Except every virgin princess in the kingdom has turned up deflowered before the deal can be sealed The very next maiden to cross this threshold, he vows, will be his bride.When she appears injured, half frozen and reeking of dragonMarriage No, thanks She d rather kiss a dragon.An Enchanted story.All Prince Cahill needs to assume the throne is one simple thing a wife Except every virgin princess in the kingdom has turned up deflowered before the deal can be sealed The very next maiden to cross this threshold, he vows, will be his bride.When she appears injured, half frozen and reeking of dragon dung he holds to his promise and puts her to the final test to prove her worthiness A test that involves a mattress and a pea.Breanna couldn t be less interested in marriage, especially to a cocksure royal like Cahill Since losing her family to a dragon horde, she has become the continent s finest slayer a job she doesn t plan on giving up until the last dragon s blood drips from her sword.Yet her sleepless nights are plagued with visions of Cahill doing wicked things to her untutored body And when she fights at his side to repel a dragon attack, her visions become delicious reality.But Queen Eleanor, whose reign is about to end, has no intention of giving up her power Not to Prince Cahill, and certainly not to some young upstart Warning This book contains corruption, seduction, conspiracy and magically induced erotic dreams And that s just the first chapter.
Slayer Marriage No thanks She d rather kiss a dragon An Enchanted story All Prince Cahill needs to assume the throne is one simple thing a wife Except every virgin princess in the kingdom has turned up defl

  • Title: Slayer
  • Author: D.L. Snow
  • ISBN: 9781609281649
  • Page: 364
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Slayer”

    1. A friend found this book and dared me to read it. I mean, good for the author for writing a book? I'm sure she's a lovely person and I commend her for getting published.Anything I say here is going to be ugly, and my mom told me not to be ugly, so I'm just going to step away from my computer now.

    2. I'm a sucker for Buffy so the title alone on this one caught my eye, and I started without having read the blurb. Which would have told me I was in a different ballparkA not bad but merely OK sort-of fairytale involving a dragon slaying princess, the prince who wants to marry her, and his stepmother who wants to hold on to the kingdom using a plot involving some mattresses and a pea to 'test' her purity. All of that's pretty much background, mind, as it turned out to be about some sex. Which its [...]

    3. Not what I thought or wanted this to be. I thought it was a fairy tale retelling. Not really. And other than the fact it was way too raunchy for me, I'm super tired of the book relationships that are entirely based on a physical attraction, where the couple literally can't stand each other but have to be together. And I really can't stand it when there is any sort of force used. Pushing someone against a wall for any other reason than a kiss is abuse.

    4. Quite a fun, quick tale about a female dragon slayer and a prince. Usual tale of they hate eachother, then slowly fall irresistably in lust with eachother. Enjoyable to read - especially chapter 8 (not for on the bus or at work) - but lacked some filling. I felt that the end was especially rushed, which if it hadn't of been this book might have got a three.

    5. Get ready for the best twist on a fairy tale to date. D.L. Snow has taken a fairy tale we all grew up with and intertwined it with dragons and heated passion. A must read! Can't wait to read more from this author!

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