Sunday, December 18, 2016

Review for Guarding Her Dragon by Julia Mills - 5 out of 5!


Book 17 in the Dragon Guard series. The books can be read as stand-alone stories, but it is advisable to read them in order to get the most enjoyment from the series.

What happens when a Christmas elf with way too much sass for her little pointed ears finds a centuries old Guardsman buried in the snow?
Well, she takes him home and nurses him back to health, of course.

If only everything was that easy. With six older sisters, two baby reindeer and an evil gnome of an aunt hellbent on world domination, Elsa’s got her hands full.

It’s gonna take more than a little Elven magic and the love of her dragon to make to Christmas Eve, but this little elf is not giving up. She’s guarding her dragon with all she’s got and finding out the best things in life might actually come wrapped in glittering green scales.

This book contains explicit sexual material and violence. It is only suited for mature readers 18 years of age and older.


I loved everything about this!!! Perfect for the Holiday season!! Cute and sweet and wonderful! Elsa is an elf, who finds a box buried in the snow that is spelled with black magic, when she gets it opened there is a man in the box that is frozen, and Elsa feels a pull towards the man, so Elsa takes it upon herself to rescue him. I love Elsa's feistiness! She's the youngest of 6 sisters, and I loved the rapport the sisters have and it had some fun comical value to the story. The romance between Elsa and Quinn is adorable and sweet and hot! I also like the bit of side story with Elsa's aunt, and solving the mystery of what happened to Quinn. Plus, there are reindeer! I would love to get more with these characters, and since Elsa has so many sister, they each could get their own stories! I'd read those, and anymore stories by Julia Mills! Definitely read this! Perfect!

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