Thursday, September 9, 2010


Title: Raen
Author: Michelle Hasker
Publisher: Changeling Press
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ISBN: 978-1-60521-475-7
Genre: {M/F} Paranormal, Shape-shifters, BBW
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Amethyst Nymph

The shirtless photo from her online cowboy is the only thing that brightens Raen’s days. Meeting Dru unexpectedly has Raen torn between running into his arms and making a mad dash in the opposite direction.

Before knowing her name, Dru’s dragon is aching to claim the cheeky Raen as his mate. Even the possibility of frightening her away doesn’t keep Dru from laying all of his cards on the table. Hopefully, he gambles and wins.

Raen has her reasons for doubting Dru’s sincerity about his feelings for her, which are easy to understand. She has moments of self-doubt, but Raen is still a strong woman who knows how to hold her own. Readers will find it effortless to relate to her.

Raen, the latest installment in the Dragon Kin series, is a wonderful reminder of why I love reading about dragons. They never give up and will go to any length to win their mate. I doubt there’s a woman alive who can resist this kind of charm. Dru and Raen’s accelerated story ends more abruptly than I assumed, but it did leave me curious about what will happen next. Michelle Hasker has done an admirable job.

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