Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Lydia and the Draca by Louisa Kelley
Title: Lydia and the Draca
Author: Louisa Kelley
Publisher: Loose Id LLC
Published date: October 2009
Genre/Theme: Shape-shifter Paranormal
Length: 92 pages
Lydia has been having the same nightmares for some time now. Upon waking she does not seem to remember much from the nightmares other than fire and large razor sharp fangs. Try as she might Lydia cannot seem to figure out just what these nightmares mean. One night she awakens in a cave and is met by the most sensual beings who call themselves the Draca. Some of the Draca claim that she is the answer to their problems. Yet there is one who is still resistant to the idea. Eremon has decided that his past pain is all he can take. He does not want it to happen all over again but once he meets Lydia he cannot resist or ignore the spark that happens between them. As Lydia begins to discover the awakenings in herself she begins to yearn for Eremon and the Draca world. Will Lydia and Eremon settle things and begin to let the love happen or has time run out for the Draca already?
Louisa Kelley wraps the reader in her wonderful world of fantasy with this story. As a big fan of dragons I found this version of them very intriguing. I enjoyed the myth that was weaved around these creatures of old. They were very sexual creatures and in need of a miracle. Eremon is a great brooding Alpha male that deals with his pain and longing and in turn finds his treasure. Lydia is a strong woman willing to take the risk of giving her heart. Full of sexuality and emotion this book is a quick and entertaining read that is not to be missed.
Rating: 5 whips
Heat Level: Erotic