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Dragon Call By Emily Ryan Davis E R Davis Viral Ebook Emily Ryan Davis is a lifelong East Coaster whose passion for the written word saw her through jobs writing obitu

Dragon Call By Emily Ryan-Davis E.R. Davis Viral Ebook Emily Ryan Davis is a lifelong East Coaster whose passion for the written word saw her through jobs writing obituaries, press releases and grants before she decided I m going to do this and sat down to write a book She made that decision in 2005 and has since published several short stories and novellas with digital publishers including Ellora s Cave On May 24, 2012, Emily left supervisors and payrolls behind in order to focus her efforts on writing and raising her son.Emily has been a member of the Writer s Digest recognized writing community Romance Divas, where she volunteers as a moderator and organizes the annual Not Going to Conference Virtual Conference, since 2006.. Insomnia does things to a girl s head, drives her to perform acts she would have scoffed at if not for a bad case of desperation Yoga Meditation Getting in touch with her inner Lune via witchy rituals she doesn t even realize she s enacting until she s naked in the dark with an aggressive dragonor two.Cora Phillips has spent her life denying the Lune tradition but wiInsomnia does things to a girl s head, drives her to perform acts she would have scoffed at if not for a bad case of desperation Yoga Meditation Getting in touch with her inner Lune via witchy rituals she doesn t even realize she s enacting until she s naked in the dark with an aggressive dragonor two.Cora Phillips has spent her life denying the Lune tradition but with two dragons and their masters hounding her with mating claims, her denying days have come to an end Like it or not, the dragons have come.And she doesn t like it one bit.. A viral Ebook Dragon Call I was surprised by how much I like this book. I found Cora to be a engaging heroine, and I liked her attitude. It was a nice change from all the simpering virgins that seem to be popular in erotic romance these days. I especially enjoyed that though there were love triangle type aspects never once does she mistake lust for love, so while she finds them both attractive she doesn't spend pages telling the reader about the deep and undying love she feels for both of them, or anything else along those lines. I also enjoyed the men in this story, especially Salim. He was strong, and confident, but it never felt like he was trying to control or overpower Cora, and the sex was actually sexy. I am happy to find a light, sexy series that had me laughing with it and not at it. The Pagan aspects were a little silly, but there was nothing truly offensive or demonizing. I did like the history of her people. It was nice to see such an interesting mythology with strong women. We need more of that. I look forward to reading the next book in this series. Nothing too heavy, or deep, but a truly entertaining read, and sometimes that’s just what I’m in the mood for. I received this book as an ARC through NetGalley, and would like to thank everyone involved for letting me read this.
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    Emily Ryan Davis is a lifelong East Coaster whose passion for the written word saw her through jobs writing obituaries, press releases and grants before she decided I m going to do this and sat down to write a book She made that decision in 2005 and has since published several short stories and novellas with digital publishers including Ellora s Cave On May 24, 2012, Emily left supervisors and payrolls behind in order to focus her efforts on writing and raising her son.Emily has been a member of the Writer s Digest recognized writing community Romance Divas, where she volunteers as a moderator and organizes the annual Not Going to Conference Virtual Conference, since 2006.

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  • I was surprised by how much I like this book I found Cora to be a engaging heroine, and I liked her attitude It was a nice change from all the simpering virgins that seem to be popular in erotic romance these days I especially enjoyed that though there were love triangle type aspects never once does she mistake lust for love, so while she finds them both attractive she doesn t spend pages telling the reader about the deep and undying love she feels for both of them, or anything else along those [...]


  • First, this book is part of a series and definitely NOT a stand alone book.This book, though intriguing in premise, is a frustrating read for me particularly because the heroine is an OVER the top reluctant and selfish heroine I liked the idea of a reluctant character but to have the main character reluctant and constantly fighting against the created world through the end made it imposible for me to be emersed into the story.The author tried to explain why the heroine is reluctant and constantl [...]


  • I seriously have no idea what I just read Dragon Call is all over the place When it opens, Cora is at some kind of supernatural gathering, meets Greg, feels an attraction and annoyance toward him Then later I don t know how time is passing at all she s with her mom and sister who are telling her to go for him, and suddenly she s on the train and getting off in Chinatown where she goes to his shop They seem to hit it off, but then again later how is time passing she meets Salim, and I don t even [...]


  • Every so often you come across a story that could have been brilliant if things had been elaborated on This is one of those stories Everything about this book led me on I loved the idea s, the world and even the characters, I would have loved them however if they had all been fleshed out a bit This was a short story and alot of times these are the problems with short stories, too much information and not enough space so things don t get the attention they deserve I wanted to know about the dra [...]


  • Cora comes from a long line of powerful Lune witches with strong ties to dragons, something she has pretty much denied her entire life, until, in a desperate attempt to overcome her insomnia, she accidentally performs an ancient mating ritual that calls TWO dragons and their masters to her Greg gives Cora an appreciation of the myths of dragons, but has he controlled her thoughts without her knowing Salim feels dangerous, wild and in control without being too domineering Both men and dragons wou [...]


  • 2.5 stars I agree with my friend Jill when I say that this story could have been great It had many elements that drew me in I loved the character of Cora She was sexy and self confident, something I don t always see in paranormal books What I really really dug was that Cora casually mentions that she has gained weight and is now a size 18 and that is that There is no I m fat dialogue, nothing In a literary world where we don t see many plus sized leading ladies, especially in paranormals, she is [...]


  • This is the first part of what should be a complete book There are 3 parts Basically everything in this book is topsy turvy What you think you know is wrong and what should be wrong is right There are witches and dragons and dragonlords The story line is great I just didn t appreciate getting to the end of the book and finding out that it was a huge cliffhanger So beware.There are not a lot of answers in this one Really no answers Just questions Great little marketing gimmick there Yes, I will b [...]


  • I m just gonna go ahead and post a review her with the assumption that this and Mating Call are, in fact, the same book They have essentially the same descriptions, the author of one appears to be an initials only version of the other, and the cover that now shows up on my Kindle for Mating Call is the same as Dragon Call For the record I read the Mating Call version If these are the same I really wish someone would combine them and clear up the confusion I basically thought the book was ok I ju [...]


  • This was a bit jumpy and kind of hard to understand until you realize that it s that way because Cora has so many blackouts I was a teeny tiny bit jealous of her having to choose between two Dragonlords and their dragons, but after learning what Greg did Not so much any I m eager to find out what went on during those blackouts and what happens with the two dragons and Salim Not a bad read overall.


  • I read this as an e novella and got it for free, which I was glad for, because it failed quite a few of my litmus tests 1 Be aware that this is not 1 in a trilogy but 1 in a section of the book 2 Be aware that the majority of the text is obviously spent setting up the other 2 sections I found myself surprised when it ended Not sure it piqued my interest enough for me to go looking for, and buying, the next two installments.


  • The guy on the cover ugly Moving onEven though there was no back story whatsoever to this story not including all the times the females of the family are mentioned, even with no details , this story still seemed to keep my attention I can t really remember what any of the characters looked like either strangely, we re told what color hair Cora and her sister have like 1 3 way in There s no real talk about why Cora is visiting for so long, what they do for a living besides partyingOne major negat [...]


  • Addicting story I have officially read this book twice now and I still love it It is such a different take on a dragon story I can t wait for payday so I can get the next book in the series


  • The famous bun coming out without hole.This could be a book with an amazing tale but this is not the way the book was written, there are only a few sparks of interesting things.Insomnia does things to a girl s head, drives her to perform acts she would have scoffed at if not for a bad case of desperation Yoga Meditation Getting in touch with her inner Lune via witchy rituals she doesn t even realize she s enacting until she s naked in the dark with an aggressive dragon or two.Cora Phillips has s [...]


  • I love dragons, so this seemed like a really good read to me The cover is also lovely and drew me in.It s my fault that I didn t realize what the first part of a three part novel originally published in serial format meant What it means is that this ends with no actual ending, a cliffhanger, if you will Part two and three are available for purchase in a box set When I read a series, I prefer to have at least some of the story arc complete, with the overall arc to be continued This just stopped T [...]


  • This review was originally posted on my Alaskan Bookie website at alaskanbookie review dragoThere were things I like and things I didn t like about this book First the things I like I liked that this was a whole new concept on dragons and the people they choose to be with Very Unique I liked when Cora called the dragons, she also called to the owner of the dragon, or Dragonlord Luckily she was already attracted to the Dragonlord, seeing how she was about to become a mate.Things I didn t like The [...]


  • While I found the story line interesting, I have to admit to frustration on several levels.First, the story is sold as a standalone novellabut it s really not The book gives no closure or completed character arc Truly, it introduces the world and characters I will say, other than a couple of word usage or convenient plot points, the writing is well done.My second issue is related to the first I am quite irritated by authors that chop a full length novel into sections to create novellasat don t s [...]


  • I was browsing around on my Nook recently when I came across this one With my interest in reading paranormals, knowing this one featured dragons grabbed my attention immediately I honestly didn t know what to expect since I ve never read this author before but I was willing to give it a try It s the first book in the Dragon Queen series and while it has a lot of potential, it just didn t live up to what I d hoped for The complicated plot was often difficult to follow, there wasn t enough persona [...]


  • Cora s life has been put on hold since she was in a fire but time spent with her twin Diane is bring her out of her shell, not that she has a choice with Diane.Their family has always been in the business of witch craft but Cora s never gotten to grips with that side of herself until Diane pushes her to embrace her heritage A meditation session goes too well however and her magic is brought forth.Salim Dragon 1 is a delicious mystery and Greg Dragon 2 is a mystery flitting between good and bad w [...]


  • What a missed opportunity Witches with inherent dragon wrangling abilities.Men who are arent also dragons.Dragon sex.So imagine my consternation when this book turned out to be so low key as to be almost boring The world building was minimal The story too small basicially its a romance concentrating on a very small pool of characters.No alpha males No sense of what magic means in the world portrayed which is our modern one Inadequate physical descriptions of people, irritating social details, gl [...]


  • The first half of the book was utterly confusing It had way too many vague hints and warnings without any real information provided and Cora was way of a mess than she needed to be I couldn t relate to her character at all, one minute she s cowering and the next she decides to charge forward and then she s back to cowering I almost quit reading this book During the second half of the book the plot finally started moving and I liked the story idea that finally started emerging but by this point [...]


  • I read this book as it was a free read for my Kobo I really liked it I don t know how to review this one with out giving away details But I will say this I enjoyed the premise of witches who mate with dragons and Dragonlords It was interesting and I get how the main character was reluctant to leave her beliefs and venture on her own for a bit And how she is throw in Their was a part where I was confused at to how I could have missed something important But realizing that since most of this is to [...]


  • Cora has spent the majority of her life pretending that things don t exist She feels that although her mother and her sister are fully acknowledged as Dragonkeepers that life just isn t for her Unfortunately, a near death experience has left her not sleeping so she is spending time with her sister She meets two men within a short amount of time who will have a big impact on her life but she doesn t understand how or why.This is a short but well told tale that is part of a series so you are left [...]


  • First half is her daily life with information dumping and the start of the problem The second half is all action and yummy action but the plot kinda ran away from me Some things were confusing, the guy she ends up with being one of them I m not complaining, but there was no build up The story was interesting but the whole book didn t have that much going on and the imbalance left me disappointed because the synopsis misled me to anticipate otherwise.It was only until I read the book series title [...]


  • Eh, I liked some parts of this book Like others have said the side characters are very entertaining and help move the plot along There were some parts that I felt as though I had missed some backstory or shared knowledge that the author was assuming everyone already knew I liked the mythos that played around with the dragons and summoning binding them As for the main character, I didn t get a very good feel of her and by the end of the book I wasn t invested enough in her to rush out and downloa [...]


  • This was an ok freebie The last half was good but the first part was slow feeling and confusing Most of the time I was completely flummoxed and couldn t figure out what was going on at all By the time I got halfway through I had an idea about what was happening The ending was good and I would like to read to see what happens but it s not a pressing need and like something I would read if it was there Good imagery and creativity I liked the basic story line but seemed to written a little off Fe [...]


  • I wanted to like this a lot than I did The premise was interesting but I think it fell short in execution The novella length probably didn t help and I honestly did not feel very connected to any of the characters it was like they were only going through the motions Plus, the first half seemed rather slow, which made the second half feel rather rushed if the next two in the trilogy follow the same length then maybe it would have been best to format it as one novel I am debating whether or not t [...]


  • I was really thankful that the heroine was not a simpering virgin But she still got on my nerves It had an intriguing story premise It had one hot sex scene, but everything seemed unfinished All that waffling about her gift and running away I kept begging her to pursue a line of questioning or fully answer a f cking question so I could get some answers I was so annoyed I still didn t get enough answers so I could say I knew what was happening in the plot This series has good potential, but I end [...]


  • So Cora is a descendant of the witches and has left it all behind since she hasn t shown any otherness That all changed when she came to her sister s house for vacation As her life changes and strange things start to happen she realizes that she was safer at home I want to say this was all I had hoped for but NOTThe heroine Cora was weak, flighty, selfish and ignorant These are not excuses for not taking responsibility for what she did I thought she would be there for others but she just ran aw [...]


  • I like the idea behind the story but all 3 book are really slow to read through,i really didn t like the main female character Cora she s very childish and selfish, i got lost through the books wondering if I d miss something and hated with a passion the cliff hanger at the ends of each 1, even though there was a happy ending for the main characters i really didn t enjoy this book at all i gave it 2 start mostly because the story the idea of witches and dragon mates did appeal to me.


  • The story was so so to begin with I ve read better But what rips it for me is the fact that it ended abruptly I suppose the author thinks that will drive you to purchase the next book in her series NOT She could have at least brought some closure to this story and built upon it in the other books in the series She won t get me to read another book.cially after I checked out the reviews on both and they only received a one star rating SMH at the Dragon Queen.


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