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Father of Dragons (Ballots Keep): Emily Veinglory: : Books

But just an interesting, exciting plotline, with ghosts, dragons and magic. Let me start off by saying I loved veingolry book! The famale dragon long gone, the great Rock Dragon explains things to a slightly repulse Xeras. I dont want to sit through a whole book where Drin is around. The book qualities are many. Its about Xeras, a fugitive from his homeland, who meets a dragon, gets pregnant without him knowing by it.

Showing of 2 reviews. The banter between Xeras and his dead lover was often sweet and sometimes comical.

And BTW don’t read it even if you want a romance. No trivia or quizzes yet. Peggy rated it really liked it Mar 12, When Xeras encounters Carly, the charming Duke of Ballots Keep, he is far from ready to fall in love again.

The author pushes her story forward with colorful descriptions and narrative that were much more interesting and unique to me.


She writes about magical, morose men who need love, but need to find a way to deserve it first. Return to Book Page. I liked the premise of the story, and think that, likely, there will be more in a sequel, but if there is no next book, this ending has too many loose ends.

Some interesting concepts explored, ish. While the emphasis is on careening from peril to peril there is a vinglory to it all and a few genuinely touching moments. I need veignlory break from angsty gay men. Emily veingloey Currently Reading. She is also an illustrator, crafter, blogger, poet, reviewer, adventuress and general purpose smart ass.

Topics Mentioning This Author. Indigo added it Feb 12, Added to that the infodump font is so narrow I could hardly read it. And I made the mistake of reading a review of the 2nd book, where it said what a big part Drin played.

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To see what your friends thought emilyy this book, please sign up. Kevin added it Sep 17, SO yes, even if I had some problems, I want to read more, and know how things will go on I have three crits: There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

Positives- Interesting plot Lots of wry, snarky humor Nice world building Characters veinflory enough to be interesting Negatives – Not enough hotness to fill a thimble! The characters were interesting, and the plot was new.

Imagine being Zeus with chaos above you and chaos below Where is your comfort now? Which was probably actually a plus, but I was swayed into buying this book because the summary mentioned dragon-human sex. Xeras tried again, more firmly, but to no great effect. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. My Dearest Holmes by Rohase Piercy. RSS feeds Recently-added books veinglory’s dmily Reviews of veinglory’s books, not including veinglory’s Helper badges.


No romance, not cute and fluffy things Then there is the veingloyr of registration. Dec 24, And as every right damsel in distress he also find a duke for himself, Carly. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.

I really dont like them having a big part. Refresh and try again.

I hope that Samhain Publishing will think to print this book, cause I sure want it for my library! The only good thing he had known was his time with Drin, and Drin had died because of it. It’s a fantasy, with a possibility of romance. The pubs, editors, cover artists, photographers, reviewers, readers, and fans?

Unfortunately, and maybe it’s the effect of time, this book did not quite veingllry up to the first, and I struggled to get through it.