Master of Dragons
by Angela Knight
‘Mageverse’ series Book #5
In her youth, fairy princess Nineva Morrow engaged in magic and evil forces rendered her an orphan – isolated and incapable of trusting in anyone’s survival. But after years of hiding on Earth, she attracts attention with her powers once more – from more knights that she can handle.
Now, at the center of a rebellious Mageverse noble’s plot and helplessly dominated by a powerful, body-possessing spirit, Nineva’s only hope is the smoldering dragon knight Kel. This renegade of Arthur’s court has enough desire to burn down every door to her heart – if the surrounding forces of King Llyr would subside long enough to let him.
The survival of the Mageverse hangs in a passionate balance of entitlement and pleasure, with destruction threatening to bring an entire magical universe to its knees…
Review: I finished this book on Monday evening, June 18th, 2007. Another awesome book in the Mageverse series.
I absolutely adored it! I loved the jokes, the sarcasm, the erotic love scenes … everything!
The way Knight describes the characters in animal form brings a clear picture in your head. And the scenery must be absolutely beautiful… To bad neither are real!
I really liked Nineva. With words, you understand how she feels, what she feels and why she feels it. Kel may not understand it at first, but when he does, everything clicks.
And Kel… *sigh* too bad he’s just a figment of Knight’s imagination. Now there’s a ‘dragon’ I’d love to spend time with.
The fight scenes… you feel like you’re there! And the way the characters interact with one another is no different from an everyday thing – just like the way we interact with others.
I sooo can’t wait for the next one!