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Alien Abduction: The Alien-Weredragon's Bride (Alien Invasion & Abduction…

by Clara A. Tobin

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The dragons in this romantic sci-fi adventure are not your ordinary medieval dragons that wait sleepily by castle ruins protecting lost treasures or roaming villages devouring young maidens. The “weredragons” are ancient alien beasts who can turn into men at night and whose race is dying due to the lack of females. They prefer to live alone but are concerned for their future and the lack of progeny. On earth there are attractive young human women with dragon blood who might be suitable mates but they must first pass three tests the last of which can be fatal. In this drama we see the Weredragons snatching their possible mates. The first test is one of passion and these dragons are adept at stirring sexual tension. The second is one of gall that comes from the person and the third is to control the fire during the transformation process of the mate. All mates to be must consent because there is no return. The author leads us ably through the Weredragons’ lair and kingdoms and mating conventions with high action, vivid descriptions, emotion and romance. The plot is controlled and not wearisome with some portions only for adults. A good read for a dreary weekend. ( )
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