Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Her Step Brothers are Dragons by Trinity Blacio

Title: Her Stepbrothers are Dragons
Author: Trinity Blacio
Publisher: Riverdale Avenue Books
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F, M/F/M
Page Count: 77 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Holly Brewner knew she had a problem with Christmas Eve, but she thought her way of celebrating was better anyway. Twelve days of gifts and on Christmas Day, the big one. Her father and she had celebrated every year like this, but this year was going to be different.

This year she had a new stepmom and two stepbrothers, who happened to be dragons, and that changed all her plans.

Upon their arrival, her house burned down, she was shot at, and now she was staying in a cave for two days as if that were normal. On top of that, her two stepbrothers, Darius and Malcolm Longfellow, were claiming they were her mates and that they were going to marry her on Christmas Eve.







Review
Holly struggles with Christmas each year. Her memories make it difficult but she has cobbled together a tradition that works for her and her father. Then she learns that her father has remarried and she didn’t even know he was dating! The hits just keep on coming when Holly’s stepbrothers use her job to investigate her and a little revenge is in order, but that all changes when Holly meets the brothers in person. She learns her stepbrothers aren’t quite human and believe she is their mate. Can Holly accept all the changes happening in her world?
In Her Stepbrothers’ are Dragons by Trinity Blacio we find out. I really enjoyed this story. Holly was a firecracker. She didn’t take any stuff and when the brothers thought they were being sneaky she put them in their place and I chuckled even as I felt the brothers’ pain. Holly was a strong female character and while her body wanted the brothers, she was determined to make them earn her respect and her love. She didn’t make it easy for them and the brothers learned the character of the woman meant to be theirs. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing Holly and her men learn to bend and compromise. Ad while they are fated to be together, Ms. Blacio didn’t make it easy which I liked. This story was well written and full of laughter, love and honor. I am a fan of this author and this is an example of why that is.
                                              Four Twinkling Stars



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