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Dragon Wytch (Sisters of the Moon, Book 4) (original 2008; edition 2008)

by Yasmine Galenorn

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Title:Dragon Wytch (Sisters of the Moon, Book 4)
Authors:Yasmine Galenorn
Info:Berkley (2008), Mass Market Paperback, 304 pages
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Not awful but not great. The battle with the demon was pathetic, used up energy or not. Ok sex scenes. ( )
  SBShepherd | Oct 16, 2016 |
A nice continuation of the series. Camille learns more about her powers and is given a gift to help the sisters in their fight. She also 'marries' Morio and Smokey in the end. At least two more books in the series. ( )
  pnwbookgirl | Feb 7, 2016 |
I really hope that this book isn't a sign for things to come because I absolutely loved the first three books. The books rotate narration between the three sisters and this was the second book with Camille narrating. She grated at my nerves constantly. After following the author on twitter for a bit I couldn't help but notice mary sue comparisons. Perhaps it is just that Camille is just far too girlie for my liking. Her relationships aren't an issue for me at all, so it isn't that element of her character. There was also a glaringly obvious editing error at one point which always makes me wince. Finally, a book series that started out being highly original is beginning to draw some very similar ideas from another author. I still love the world, and other characters, and thankfully due to the narration method I can just grit my teeth through the 'Camille' books. ( )
  jadedlioness | Dec 29, 2015 |
Camille D’Artigo is the protagonist in this book, facing the every growing and worrying effects of the war against Shadow Wing and the civil war in Otherworld – a war that is now affecting their family as well as bringing chaos to the Otherworld, allowing all kinds of monsters to break through the portals and wreak havoc on an unsuspecting Earth.

Now she has a unicorn gifting her with an artefact of legend of immense power that may be one of their best hopes against Shadow Wing – except it’s been lost and it’ll work just as well for their enemies as against them.

And there’s a new spirit seal to find – and this one is being hunted by a lethal and cunning Rakshasa, far more dangerous than any of the other demons they have had to face. Added to that, Morgaine is back and the ancient, power-hungry sorceress has her own plans involving Titania, the long defunct Seelie queen

To complicate all of that – Smokey, the ancient and mighty dragon, is demanding her attention as well, as per their agreement. But Smokey wants into her heart and not just her bed – which is difficult with her current lovers to take into account.

My only major complaint with this book – in fact the series in general, is its poor pacing and the easily distracted protagonists. I think this book is especially bad for it. There’s one moment in particular that stands out. They are trying to find the Pixie with the Black Unicorn’s horn before anyone else, since this is an artefact with massive, incredible power. It simply cannot fall into the wrong hands. Menolly, after working at the bar, gets a lead on the horn (and it turns out to be true) so she goes home and…

… watches Jerry Springer with Delilah, waiting for Camille to get up rather than waking her. When she does get up (early because something else entirely interrupts her) she, Delilah and Menolly start weeding the garden. No, really – the horn could right now be heading into demon hands but they’re doing some gardening. Then they have breakfast. Then Iris regales them with a tale from when she was a House Sprite in Finland. Then Camille potty trains their pet gargoyle. And I am sat there reading this book and restraining the urge to yell at it because the world is supposed to be on the brink of collapse, demons are supposed to be invading, civil war is breaking out in Otherland, the world is in Serious Peril so some urgency may be required.

An additional problem with that is it makes me less happy with the variety of plots. We have a lot of different threads in this book – we have the Rakshasa and his minions looking for the spirit seal, we have the Unicorn and the horn, we have the problem of the Cryptos and the unguarded portals, we have Morgaine and Titania, we have Camille with Smokey as well as big insights into Camille’s past. All of these plot lines add to the overall story and are wonderful threads of the plot that really go together well. And individually I like each one. They really add to the richness of the world and the much greater sense of the coming battle – but because the pacing is already slowed down by random domesticity it makes me less patient with anything that might stop the main plot line actually moving forwards.

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  FangsfortheFantasy | Sep 20, 2013 |
I don't think I enjoy the books in this series focused on Camille as much as those focused on the other sisters. The books from Camille's POV tend to be a bit too heavy on the relationship dynamics between her and men, and less on the actual plot. To have characters saying things like (paraphrasing): "We can go without sleep to focus on the bad guys and solve our problems because people are dying and what's sleep next to that?" doesn't make sense when a good portion of that time is then spent on sex instead. Another series moving toward porn instead of plot. Meh. ( )
  Krumbs | Mar 31, 2013 |
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We're the D'Artigo sisters: savvy---and sexy---operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. But being half-human, half-Faerie short-circuits our talents at all the wrong times. My sister Delilah shapeshifts into a tabby cat whenever she's stressed. Menolly's a vampire who's still trying to get the hang of being undead. And me? I'm Camille---a wicked-good witch, trying to juggle faulty magic, gorgeous men, and the demonic war in which we're embroiled. Sometimes it's hard to know who we can trust...

The equinox is coming, and mayhem rules. A crown-prince unicorn offers us a legendary gift, but it vanishes. Goblins and trolls swarm the streets of Seattle. And now Smoky, the sexiest dragon alive, decides to stake his claim---on me. Overshadowing it all, the third spirit seal surfaces, and Shadow Wing is after it. But I've discovered a secret that could change everything. A dangerous force from the past is rising again, intent on restoring balance to the worlds---whether we like it or not.

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The D?Artigo sisters are half-human, half-Fae operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. Camille is doing her best to juggle magic, men, and the demonic war into which they?ve been thrust?until she discovers a secret that could change all their lives.

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The D'Artigo sisters are half-human, half-Fae operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. Camille is doing her best to juggle magic, men, and the demonic war into which they've been thrust until she discovers a secret that could change all their lives.… (more)

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