Joey thought that selling his grandfather’s house would be quick and easy. But what he didn’t expect was he would find his mate. When he met his mate she proved to be more difficult than he imagined.
I am such a sucker for badass heroes. The hero in this book is in the Council of Twelve for the dragon queen. He was fierce, strong, and well…a badass. I like Joey but I can’t say the same thing about the heroine. She wasn’t awful or anything like that, she was just okay.
I enjoyed the beginning the most. It started out very funny and I loved it. The middle of the story and the ending was okay. The pace of the story was good but I wouldn’t mind if it was a little longer either.
I found the dragon and hedgehog theme pretty interesting. I haven’t read anything dragon or hedgehog related so it was something new for me. It was an enjoyable read. It was funny and sweet. If you are looking for something quick, light and short to read then I recommend this book.
Sometimes a girl’s gotta flex her quills and lay down the law…
Katie Carmichael may not be a scary badass dragon capable of toasting her enemies to a crisp, but that doesn’t mean she’s a pushover. And sure, the roaring, fire-breathing hottie is, uh, hot, but she’s a chick with a plan. A plan that includes a secluded old farmhouse and doesn’t include a tall, heavily muscled, and totally delicious weredragon.
Joey Kenton, new owner of said old farmhouse, has plans of his own. They revolve around one, curvy, spitfire werehedgehog and whether their children will be hoglets or dragonlets—Joey would be happy with either. Until Katie’s life is threatened and he realizes that her life is more important than his love for her.
Of course, Katie realizes Joey is an idiot and when she revises her plans…