Dragon Scales

Sasha L. Miller

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Dragon Scales

Dragon Scales Amantea is in need of a dragon If he doesn t capture the dragon the wizard threatening his family and home will make good on those threats and as usual Amantea s family is too busy bickering about w

  • Title: Dragon Scales
  • Author: Sasha L. Miller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 144
  • Format: ebook
  • Amantea is in need of a dragon If he doesn t capture the dragon, the wizard threatening his family and home will make good on those threats, and as usual Amantea s family is too busy bickering about what should be done to actually do anything.So he ll just have to capture the dragon himself, which should be a simple enough matter until the dragon breaks out of his trap liAmantea is in need of a dragon If he doesn t capture the dragon, the wizard threatening his family and home will make good on those threats, and as usual Amantea s family is too busy bickering about what should be done to actually do anything.So he ll just have to capture the dragon himself, which should be a simple enough matter until the dragon breaks out of his trap like its nothing and promptly kidnaps Amantea so he ll stay out of the way Amantea isn t certain which is worse the evil wizard out to destroy his home or the insufferable dragon who can t keep his clothes on The only thing he does know is that they re all going to be sorry the moment he escapes.

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    1. Ami on said:

      3.5 starsA bit lazy to write my opinion so let me point you to Pete W's review. It was cute that's for sure. Amanthea being grumpy was the best. Another one to add to my 'dragon' hoard.

    2. Sasha Miller on said:

      This is my first self-pub venture (maybe won't be the last?? I don't know). Uh, but if you're curious about why it's self-pub and/or want buy links, I did a blog post. ^^ sashalmiller/?p=297

    3. Pete W on said:

      The pacing felt a bit too slow in the beginning, even though things happen right away.Over all, it is an enjoyable light read. Everything in this book is Ms. Miller's comfort zone style. If you like her other books you will like this one.The romance wasn't rush, which is nice. I wish there were show of Amantea's tribe. Since he was complaining about them pretty much every other pages. Still, this is a pretty cute story and an enjoyable read.

    4. Riayl on said:

      before reading:It's mine, I have it, you won't be seeing me again until I'm done! ha! Er, yeah, I'm gonna go read now. *soooo happy*after reading:Soooo cute, and funny, and cute! *flails madly* The dragon can't keep his clothes on. *fans self* And Amantea is distressingly cute. *cuddles*Did I mention The Cute?!!!!! *happy sigh*

    5. Mercedes on said:

      I love dragon stories and this one actually has a bit of a nice plot going. Recommended to fans of dragon stories.

    6. Chris, the Dalek King on said:

      This book was given to me to help me break out of a rather annoying bookfunk. It did the job admirably. Dragon shifter with a penchant for forgetting clothes and a 'slightly' combative fairy was a great combination. This story was incredibly cute, but it was also a lovely fantasy story. Highly recommended.4.5 stars

    7. Kathleen on said:

      A bit too cute, too much eye rolling, not enough backstory. In other words, it was a short story not enough substance to flesh out the world, the characters, or the plot. It's not a badly written, although there were errors, it's just not my cuppa.

    8. Deeze on said:

      A sweet simple tale full of grumpy dragon and huffy fairy. A perfect combination for me.I loved the sparks that flew between Isaia and Amantea. The mystery with Naldo was a nice way to keep the story flowing. I did have a niggle regarding Naldo and Isaia (view spoiler)[ Why were we suddenly told out of the blue that Naldo and Isaia were once an item. It was clumsily added and served no real purpose in the story.(hide spoiler)]Overall a sweet simple story, ideal for Dragon lovers when they need a [...]

    9. Sarina on said:

      4.5 * Review written for Love Bytes Reviews.Amantea’s never captured a dragon before; hell, he’s never even left home before, but that isn’t going to stop him from doing whatever if necessary to save his home and family from a witch threatening to destroy both. Nothing is going to stop him, especially not the grumpy dragon that can’t seem to keep his clothes on. Isaia is more than just some mindless beast and while irritated, he can’t really fault the little fairy that tried trapping h [...]

    10. Katherine on said:

      Exes just complicate thingsThis is a very nice little story. Two different creatures who wouldn't under other circumstances meet end up together in the best of ways and it is well worth the journey.The story follows a fairy and a dragon. Fairies are seen as flighty and unreliable; little flits. Our fairy, Amantea, doesn't like that image nor the fact that so many people he knows match that. His nest is in danger and rather than spending more time debating he goes out to solve the problem by kidn [...]

    11. Micha on said:

      Odd how I felt Amantea said "fuck you" too much when in real life I say 'fuck' every other sentence. It made him seem more like a petulant teen instead of plucky like it seemed to be intended. I guess my failure to warm up to his character made Isaia's attraction to him seem unbelievable to me. I don't know. I just wasn't feeling this book.

    12. Lindsay on said:

      Dragon and fairy matchAmantea is trying to save his fairy nest and is tasked with finding a dragon to help. In this he finds Isaia a red dragon looking for something lost.Grumpy dragon meets flighty fairy and all it entails, a great read and I've already bought book 2!

    13. Lie on said:

      A light and quick read. From blurb I expected something different but it was cute nevertheless. I only wish there were a bit more pre-romatinc moments they shared to build it up.

    14. MaelleMaud on said:

      Amantea & IsaïaNice, sweet fantasy involving dragons and faeries. A short one so no real depth but enjoyable!🐉🍄✨💖✨🍄🐉

    15. UnusualChildbeppy on said:

      3 starsSynopsis: Amantea is a fairy, whose community is being threatened by a witch. The only way to stop it, the witch says, is to get dragon scales from a particular dragon. Rather than fret about it, Amantea decides to actually do it. He sets his trap, but then the dragon breaks out and takes him to a lair and sets some magic of his own to keep Amantea out of his way.Isaia is a dragon with a witch after him who is holding his sister hostage. He decides to deal with the witch once and for all, [...]

    16. kel on said:

      Fairy x Dragon make a cute matchAmantea is an unfairy-like fairy who takes action when a normal fairy wouldn't and stands up for himself when others are afraid. Imaia is a undragon-like dragon that helps when a normal dragon would hurt and discovers he kind of likes fairies that stand up to him. This is a sweet, easy read and I hope there is more to come with these charming characters!

    17. blub on said:

      Cute read about a faery and dragon. While things between the faery and dragon aren't hunky dory they both have a common enemy.There was a nice build up in the story between the characters and the story itself.

    18. Alessandra Ebulu on said:

      Another Sasha L. Miller book that I enjoyed. It was light. It was fluffy. Amalthea was adorable. Isaia just couldn't keep his clothes on. And I loved loved how well they fit together.Plus, dragons and fairies? Love it!

    19. Shayna on said:

      Pretty darn goodCharacter building was A+. Thoroughly enjoyed this read. Would like to see more. Wanna know what Isaia's house looks like, what kind of hoard he has, and what other magic he can do.

    20. Kasha on said:

      Short & SweetVey cute story! I've always loved faries and dragons and it's so awesome to find a story that combines that!

    21. Julesmarie on said:

      I'm always a fan of dragon shifter stories. This was an adorable example. Very sweet.

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