#BookReview: Plundering the Prince (Claimed by the Gay Dragon #1) by Dick Rier

1 out of 5 Stars Thief tries to steal from a prince, falls in love with a dragon instead. Editorial issues. Repetition of words too many times and too close together. Even if it is a dragon Shifter story, there doesn’t seem to be much imagination.

#Musical Monday Review: Mulan

Overview: Ancient China is under attack and Mulan’s already battle worn father is drafted into the army again. Foregoing her duty to marry a man of great honor, she cuts her hair, dons her father’s armor and with the help of her ancestral guardian, she joins the army. Under the name Ping, she trains toContinue reading “#Musical Monday Review: Mulan”

#BookReview: Spearwood Academy Vol 3 by A.S. Oren 5/5 Stars

Overview: Avalon and her friends have escaped from Spearwood Academy and made their way to New York to fix her warped mind. Agnita the Sea Witch uncovers that this is not the first time her mind has been warped, but is able to undo the damage. Avalon is back to normal, sort of. Her transformationContinue reading “#BookReview: Spearwood Academy Vol 3 by A.S. Oren 5/5 Stars”

#Book Review: Spearwood Academy Volume 2 By: A.S Oren 4/5 Stars

Overview: Avalon and friends have survived their tests and been given a gypsy crystal that can help Avvi control help shifting. The Ancients, are growing weary of her slow progress and force a member of the council to brainwash her to forget her old life and remember he is her father. Her friends are nowContinue reading “#Book Review: Spearwood Academy Volume 2 By: A.S Oren 4/5 Stars”

#Book Review: Spearwood Academy (Volume 1 Episodes 1-5) By A.S. Oren 5/5 Stars

Overview: Avalon is a 15 year old girl with a big secret…she transforms into a dragon at night. She was left outside of a barn one morning and found by her adopted father Edgar. He was scared at first, but loved her and took care of her until her 15th birthday when he felt sheContinue reading “#Book Review: Spearwood Academy (Volume 1 Episodes 1-5) By A.S. Oren 5/5 Stars”