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FREE BOOK Review: Soul of the Dragon (Soul #1) by Natalie J. Damschroder



Book Blurb

A thousand years ago, a jealous mage cursed a young lord into dragon form to keep him from his soulmate, a peasant girl coveted by the mage. They have four lifetimes to break the curse.

Three times, they have failed.


Alexa Ranger doesn’t remember the lord’s son who was her soulmate three lifetimes ago, nor does she recall their previous attempts to break the curse—each one ending in her death. But she does remember Cyrgyn, the golden dragon who has haunted her dreams since childhood and has appeared to her now to begin their final attempt.

A highly trained spy, Alexa has been preparing for this mission her entire life. But her skills are no match for the desperate mage who has lost none of his command of magic—and none of his twisted, possessive need for her. She is determined to save the dragon she has come to love, but there is more than the curse standing in their way…

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Alexa Ranger comes face to face with her golden dragon.  He explains that it is time.  She resigns from her position as a spy and prepares for the quest she knows is coming.  She has dreamed of her dragon since she was three and knows what she must do.
Cyrgyn knows that this is their last chance to succeed.  Alexa is stronger in this life.  He hopes that this 21st century Alexa is what will make the difference in their success.
Alexa has to trust her instinct as Tars tries to stop the curse from being broken.  He believes Alexa is his and he is determined to make her love him.  The ends he goes to only makes things harder.  Alexa has to trust her friends and her brother with her biggest secret.  She comes to terms with who she really is and who her soul-mate is.  Even her feelings for Ryc Dreugan won’t stop her from what she can do to save Cyrgyn.
I liked this book.  Alexa is tough, smart and can take care of herself. I like the fact that she was an agent which made her an awesome character.  Her training was evident throughout the story. Plus she was open-minded and accepted her role in the battle with Tars.

The author created a great storyline that surrounded Alexa.  I thought the on-going curse was a great twist.  The dragon is a favorite paranormal aspect to stories, so I instantly liked the idea of the plot.  The twists and turns kept the story going.  I liked what the author kept throwing at the reader.  In fact I wasn’t expecting some of it and was surprised when it was revealed.  I was constantly trying to guess what would happen next.  A great read.  I give it a 4 out of 5.




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