The Dragon's Tale

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 review
Lance and Arthur meet once again - but Art is a warrior king now, battle-scarred and altered. Will there be room in his world for Lance, his beloved moorland prince? (This is Book Two in the Arthur Trilogy. Book One is When First I Met My King, also available on Smashwords. Projected release date for Book Three is March 2018.) More
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Harper Fox is the author of many critically acclaimed M/M Romance novels, including Stonewall Book Award-nominated Scrap Metal and Brothers Of The Wild North Sea, Publishers Weekly Best Book 2013. Her novels and novellas are powerfully sensual, with a dynamic of strongly developed characters finding love and a forever future – after an appropriate degree of turmoil. She loves to show the romance implicit in everyday life, and she writes a sharp action scene too.

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RellyH reviewed on March 27, 2021

Thank you Princess Consuela for the gift

3.75 stars

I enjoyed this one more than the previous installment.

I really like Lance. He is pragmatic and understands that the relationship between him and Art is not going to be the same as it was previously. He understand the constraints of his position and also what needs to be done to help Arthur in his quest to be king.

I kind of feel like he is getting the short end of the stick in some ways as he is the one either finding or being given the gifts of power and then he is doing the loyal thing and giving them to Arthur as per Merlin's predictions . He was given Excalibur in the first book and in this one he was the one who unearthed Guen, and I really feel like the dragon would have been happier with him. He has some connection with the dragons and I hope it comes out in the next installment.

Looking forward to starting the next installment and seeing if my musings are in some form correct or if I'm just looking at it all wrong (definite possibility)
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
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