Thursday, December 8, 2016

★★★ Review For Dragon Blues (Immortal Dragons #1) by Ophelia Bell ★★★

 Dragon Blues (Immortal Dragons #1) 
by Ophelia Bell 
296 pages 
 Published December 6th 2016 
by Animus Pres

One of only six immortal dragons, Belah Blue seeks one 
more chance at love. Though wary of venturing into the 
world after a mistake she took millennia to recover from, she 
seizes the moment, leaving her sanctuary to find a worthy 
mate among one of the dragons’ three sister races.

Lukas and Iszak North have managed to stick to the fringes 
of the world for two hundred years. Plagued by regrets after
 their sister’s murder decades earlier, they finally hope to find
 happiness when a beautiful female dragon walks into their 
lives. Their race of falcon shifters mate for life—one look at 
Belah, and both North brothers know she’s their One.

But Belah has more than one dark secret, and her quest 
goes far beyond simply finding love. She’s lost so much, but 
so have the two men who can’t help but love her. Centuries 
of buried animosity blaze when they learn her secrets, 
threatening to ruin the first true love the three of them have 
found in several lifetimes.

When Belah’s past rears its ugly head, all three learn there is
 more at stake than love, and an even darker compromise to 
make if they want to keep the love they have.

I am so in love with this new series from Ophelia Bell. It is
 just as well written as thought out as her other books. This
 book is based on a story about an accent Dragon who 
inadvertently created an evil being. One that has torn the 
world apart for thousands of years killing all sifters he can.
 They refer to this dragon as the BLUE BEAST.

This story is about Belah, Lukas and Iszak. And this is how
 they are intended to be together. They are all older and 
wiser now, and are hoping to find their one true love. Lukas 
and Iszak are not Dragons they are trula or Falcon shifters.
 Many years ago they lost their sister to the evil the Blue 
beast created, but before she was taken from them she 
helped to compose as song to bring them their mates. And 
Belah has been dreaming of that song for quite some time. 
When she hears it again it is missing something. She 
thought she was looking for one mate but ended up with two.
 Only she has a secret and is terrified she will lose them 
when they find out what it is. Now she just needs to be brave
 enough to ace them. But when the evil the beast created 
finds her she learns some startling news. Something that 
 may very well change everything.

Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope you
 enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book, 
please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it 
when you do; they value your opinions too.

“We’ll be gentle,” Lukas said. He leaned in and Belah gladly opened up for his kiss.
“Don’t lie to her, brother,” Iszak said. “It’ll be as rough as we need it to be, but I have a feeling that’s what you’d rather have, isn’t it, Belah? You’re going to feel so much pleasure it’ll blow your mind, but we’re going to get one thing straight first. You’re going to submit to us the way your kind does to you. By ‘you’ I mean the Dragon Council. I’ve met a few dragons who broke your laws, so I’ve heard stories. If you want to tell me I’m wrong, please feel free to explain, but at the very least, tell me you understand.”
Belah balked, then was rudely reminded of her bindings when a knot dug in hard between her shoulderblades. Behind her, Lukas’s warmth came close and she felt him kneel between her legs. His warm cock brushed against her ass as his lips went to her ears.
“Do you submit?”
“To submit in the manner you ask would be no punishment,” Belah said. “Because it would mean being allowed to neither give nor receive pleasure from anyone besides those I submit to.”
She gazed up at Iszak, her eyelids fluttering when Lukas’s hands slid around her waist and up to cup her breasts and tease her nipples. “That sounds perfect, so do you submit?”
Before her, Iszak moved closer, the head of his cock radiating heat and the delicious aroma of his arousal mere inches from her lips. He reached down and cupped her cheek, stroking his thumb across her lower lip.
“Promise you submit to me and Lukas and only us.”
“I submit to only you, Iszak North and Lukas North, as my true and fated mates. I will take pleasure in no other partner until Fate decrees my days on this earth are done.”
Iszak let out a groan of pleasure that spilled into his gaze. “Fuck, your voice is beautiful when you say all the right words. Shame you won’t be using that mouth to speak for a good long while. Open up, baby.”

·٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠· Ophelia Bell ·٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠·

Ophelia Bell writes about sex. She doesn’t write sex to 
arouse others, though that is a happy side effect. She writes
 sex for the very specific and personal reason of experiencing
 those things that tie her to the earth, that keep her grounded.
 It might seem counterintuitive – that sex elevates us (at least
 if it’s enjoyable) because of all the analogies to flying away 
we see in erotic writing, but Ophelia thinks Milan Kundera 
asked the right questions:

“The heavier the burden, the closer our lives come to the 
earth, the more real and truthful they become. Conversely, 
the absolute absence of burden causes man to be lighter 
than air, to soar into heights, take leave of the earth and his 
earthly being, and become only half real, his movements as
 free as they are insignificant. What then shall we choose? 
Weight or lightness?” – The Unbearable Lightness of Being


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