Review: ‘Til Dragons Do Us Part (Never Deal with Dragons #3) by Lorenda Christensen

October 30, 2014 Review 1

Review: ‘Til Dragons Do Us Part (Never Deal with Dragons #3) by Lorenda Christensen'Til Dragons Do Us Part by Lorenda Christensen
Series: Never Deal with Dragons, #3
Published by Carina Press on October 27, 2014
Genres: Adult, Paranormal Romance, Romantic
Format: eBook
Pages: 179 pages
Source: NetGalley
Sexual Content: moderately graphic sex scene
Reviewed by: Kristina
3 Stars

Savannah Cavenaugh became a top art thief thanks to a secret ability—a dragonmorph, she can literally fly away from the scene of the crime. Next up: stealing a priceless painting out from under the snout of Lord Relobu, North America’s fearsome dragon ruler. True, she’s never had to work in the midst of Earth’s most polarizing wedding before. Keeping her true identity hidden will demand she get creative, to say the least.

Cameron Shaw has one last chance to prove himself. As Lord Relobu’s interim head of security, he needs to ensure the world’s very first interspecies wedding happens without a hitch. That means keeping an extra close eye on the wedding planner’s pretty young assistant. She’s adorable, but something’s not quite right…

Fumbling her way around bouquets and linens turns out to be the least of Savannah’s problems. Crushing on Relobu’s hottest human henchman was not part of the plan, and neither was revealing her—achem—ferocious side. But when her archrival shows up to nab the very same painting she’s after, all bets are off…

I was attracted to the premise of 'TIL DRAGONS DO US PART with a thief trying to rob a dragon's house during a dragon wedding. Basically I was excited to see some dragon or dragon shifter action as they I have not been reading enough books with dragons in them lately. Savannah being a dragonmorph thief let to some really unique ways she used her abilities to steal objects. I liked seeing Savannah try and figure out just how she was going to rob Lord Relobu's house during a wedding. The plot moved pretty well and has some amusing moments though I probably would have enjoyed the world better if I had read the previous books in the series.

While I liked the premise I was not feeling the romance between Cameron and Savannah. Perhaps it was due to the shorter length of the book but they seemed to go from just meeting to falling in love with absolutely no build up in between. This wasn't the magical insta-love that happens in paranormal romances which I accept and understand if its explained logically. This was completely random and I felt no connection between these two at all especially since they don't spend all that much time together in the story.

The side characters were pretty amusing and quirky in their own rights. I was a bit confused as to the actual size of the dragons in comparison to the humans though. Dragon scale and romance issues aside, 'TIL DRAGONS DO US PART was a satisfying light dragon romance for the dragon shifter lover in your life.

Series Titles:

1. Never Deal with Dragons

2. Dance with Dragons

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One Response to “Review: ‘Til Dragons Do Us Part (Never Deal with Dragons #3) by Lorenda Christensen”

  1. Mina

    What’s with the cover??? At first glance I thought he was wearing a feather boa – and nothing can make that picture in my head go away now… Besides, the story sounds like a lesser version of the first “Elder Races”. I’ll probably skip that one.