Dragon Dance

Dragon Dance DRAGON DANCEAfter Lune witch Cora Phillips rid herself of the dragons she summoned to mate she fled New York and vowed to stay far away from the magnetic pull of Dragon Lord Salim Aridi and his posse

  • Title: Dragon Dance
  • Author: Emily Ryan-Davis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 412
  • Format: ebook
  • DRAGON DANCEAfter Lune witch Cora Phillips rid herself of the dragons she summoned to mate, she fled New York and vowed to stay far away from the magnetic pull of Dragon Lord Salim Aridi and his possessive dragon Her vow crumbles to dust when the red dragon hunts her down in the night and demands she rescue Salim from madness and join him in a DRAGON DANCE.

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    About “Emily Ryan-Davis

    • Emily Ryan-Davis

      Emily Ryan Davis is a lifelong East Coaster whose passion for the written word saw her through jobs writing obituaries, press releases and grants before she decided I m going to do this and sat down to write a book She made that decision in 2005 and has since published several short stories and novellas with digital publishers including Ellora s Cave On May 24, 2012, Emily left supervisors and payrolls behind in order to focus her efforts on writing and raising her son.Emily has been a member of the Writer s Digest recognized writing community Romance Divas, where she volunteers as a moderator and organizes the annual Not Going to Conference Virtual Conference, since 2006.

    513 thoughts on “Dragon Dance

    • I'm struggling between 2 and 3 here. The reason for the low rating is two-fold. One, I've kind of lost track of what is happening here. There is something about a pearl. One minute Greg is forcing it on her; the next he is beating her to get it back and then he's telling her to take it. I'm lost. I don't know what he actually wants from her. Plus she's supposed to choose a dragon, then seems to think she can claim one and mate one. I don't know. Two, like the first book (but worse) it just ends. [...]


    • I like the idea behind the story but all 3 book are really slow to read through,i really didn't like the main female character Cora she's very childish and selfish, i got lost through the books wondering if I'd miss something and hated with a passion the cliff hanger at the ends of each 1, even though there was a happy ending for the main characters i really didn't enjoy this book at all. i gave it 2 start mostly because the story the idea of witches and dragon mates did appeal to me.


    • The second book, which I purchased after getting the first for free from , left me questioning why I was still reading this series. It slowly spiraled into a black hole of a literary nightmare. Yet I kept going since I had purchased the third along with the second.


    • Ugh!!! Cora!!! She's the type of character that just makes a person want to do her bodily harm! Smh I hope she shapes up in the third part. Overall the story isn't a bad one. Much more action in this one, but I hope, the best is yet to come.


    • I attempted the audio book version and couldn't get past 5 min of listening so this is not a book reveiw but a rant. Who hired that woman to read this book? She has such a dull, mechanical and robotic way of reading I couldn't even stand to listen to it! yuck!!Will possibly attempt to read this actual book in the future but in the meantime they deserve my 1 star rating for picking such a horrible voice to read the audio version. I'm still cringing.


    • Cora realized that she was in way over her head. She needed the time to think. But was it enough. This dance of the dragons brings her even more of uncertainty in her life. Back to Salim and trying to figure things out.






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