Dragon Food

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Dragon Food

Supernatural investigator Mark Tavery is an expert in dragons. When something starts feeding off the coast of Florida he knows that he must stop it. But when Luke appears before him and tells Mark that he is a genie and is there to make Marks happiest wish come true Mark isn't sure what to do. Even though Mark is attracted to Luke he hasn't had the best experiences at relationships and is afraid to act upon his attraction for Luke.

Luke's wish is to help Mark with his problems so that he can be happy not knowing that Marks fondest wish is that Luke be a part of his life forever. When the Killer gets close though can Mark and Luke find a way to survive? Or will Mark again loose a successful relationship?

Dragon Food a really great plot line. The one thing I wasn't able to get into was Mark because of his problem with relationships. I liked Luke a lot and wish that there had been more heat between Mark and Luke. The one sex scene was ok but it took forever to get there, which made for a long read. I will recommend this story for the storyline but not the romance which was as little slow and stilted.

Book Blurb for Dragon Food

Something is hunting along the Gulf coast of Florida, and Mark Tavery is tasked with finding it. His expertise in dragons is his pride, but he can’t say the same about his romantic relationships. When he picks up a lamp during his investigation, he’s shocked at his instant attraction to, and all-consuming need for, the genie inside.

The genie, Luke, enjoying his attraction to his newest master, is intent on giving Mark nothing less than his heart’s desire. Mark’s greatest desire is to have Luke in his life and in his bed, but he refuses to acknowledge this because loving Luke means letting out the demons locked in his heart. Giving in to the promise in Luke’s words and touch means he runs the risk of killing the genie he loves.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: D/s elements, dubious consent, male/male sexual practices, violence. 

Night Owl Reviews May, 2011 3.25