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Business is taking off for Angie Weldon. She put her freakishly sharp nails to good use when she opened her back-scratching spa in downtown New Porter City. The local shifter community pounced on her skills, and she's knee-deep in shed fur. By the end of the year, if lucky, she could afford to move out of her crappy apartment.
Dollar signs flash before Angie's eyes when a dark, brooding stranger books her solid for a week, but she notices the possessive fury in his glare. She's been around enough shifters to know the look, and she won't go down that road again. Angie is literally swept off her feet by the intense shifter, and he wants more from her than she's willing to give. She figures it's best to avoid eye contact and back away slowly. Until he changes her life by insisting she's a dragon.
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By Carrie on 02-22-18
Good story, would prefer a different narrator.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would but it wouldn't be my first choice as a recommendation. The narrator seemed to read/portray the dialogue differently than I had interpreted it when originally reading the book.
What three words best describe Diane Lehman’s performance?
Not my favorite performance. The book itself is great but the way the narrator portrayed the main character was a bit too annoying for me and I had to take frequent breaks when it got to be too much.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I highly enjoyed the story itself and would recommend reading the book instead over listening to it.
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By Babs on 04-22-18
Not His Dragon
What did you love best about Not His Dragon?
I would recommend this book the narrator made me want to listen I know I want to listen to the other books.
What did you like best about this story?
The Author drew me into the story
Have you listened to any of Diane Lehman’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
Listen to this book made me want to read all the books I hope at some point they all are on Audible.