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Master of Dragons (Mageverse, Book 8) by…

Master of Dragons (Mageverse, Book 8) (edition 2007)

by Angela Knight

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Title:Master of Dragons (Mageverse, Book 8)
Authors:Angela Knight
Info:Berkley (2007), Paperback, 304 pages
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Tags:paranormal romance

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  Janicemo | Apr 25, 2015 |
Oh boy. Where to start? Well, let's just say that I'm all for mixing genres. But that does not give people leave to throw in everything and the kitchen sink and think it will be good.

In Master of Dragons by Angela Knight, Nineva Morrow--an orphaned fairy princess and avatar for a goddess trapped in a sword--must work with a shape-shifting dragon named Kel to thwart some power-hungry fae and evil demon aliens from taking over and possibly destroying the Mageverse. To save the universe Nineva and Kel must have (frequent) sex which will supposedly feed power to the goddess and free her from that pesky sword. Obviously, this isn't particularly a hardship for the characters, except Nineva keeps having dreams that Kel will fry her to a crisp. (more)
  syaffolee | Dec 17, 2007 |
Good storyline and I like the premise, but it took me two tries to get through this book. ( )
  seawalker0903 | Nov 8, 2007 |
In the alternate world of Mageverse Earth, anything is possible. A shapeshifting dragon falls for a sidhe princess and saves the world by having sex is not too far fetched.

Kel is unique among dragons, preferring to remain in human form, despite centuries of being confined to a sword. Nineva is afraid of dragons since the prophecy requires her to be consumed by a dragon's flames in order to free the goddess Semira.

Though they come together from opposite ends of the spectrum, their love proves that even prophecies can have a loophole. ( )
  Brendelicious | Jun 17, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0425214249, Mass Market Paperback)

The last time fairy princess Nineva Morrow engaged in magic, evil forces rendered her an orphan-isolated and incapable of trusting in anyone's survival. But after years of hiding on Earth, she'll use her powers once more-and attract more knights than she can handle

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When her body is invaded by a powerful spirit, Nineva Morrow, a magically gifted fairy princess, becomes ensnared in a web of courtly intrigue where a renegade known as the Dragon Knight holds the key to her fate and her heart.

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