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THE DISTRESSING DAMSEL
by Shelly Laurenston

Genre: Erotic Romance, Fantasy

2007 Paranormal/Fantasy/Sci-Fi Erotic Romance Nominee

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Laurenston continues to dazzle readers with her latest fantasy of love. Her characters are romantic and human -- well, at least some of them are. The dragon brothers are sensual as well as adorable, and with dragons becoming a hot commodity in romance, this tale definitely holds its own. The heroine is a real woman with flaws, but she's strong enough to fight for what and whom she loves.

Accused of being a witch, Talaith is left outside to hang. Her magic is almost nonexistent, and rescue seems unlikely. A hero eventually arrives, but she can't believe her eyes. Whether he's a dragon or man doesn't matter to Talaith because he's one of the hottest creatures she's ever laid eyes on. His seduction makes her burn as
hot as his dragon's breath.
Talaith finds herself falling in love with Briec the Mighty. And Briec's
reputation comes in handy when Talaith becomes the pawn of angry
gods and goddesses. (Samhain, Apr., 293
pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Faith V. Smith

Publisher: Samhain

Published: April 2007

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