Descended from Dragons: An Urban Fantasy : Moonlight Dragon

  • by Tricia Owens
  • Narrated by Elizabeth Phillips
  • Series: Moonlight Dragon
  • 4 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Beneath the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas lies another city. A secret city in plain sight, full of warlocks and demons, shapeshifters and golems. A city that feeds off the chance magick that is generated by gamblers, and which is ruled by mysterious beings called the Oddsmakers.
It is in this strange underbelly of the occult that Anne Moody runs a cursed pawn shop for the desperate, the curious, and the magickally inclined. The job can be tricky, but it keeps her under the radar. None of her customers have any inkling that she is a dragon sorceress with a power that's been feared throughout history. One day, a visitor to her shop pawns a stone statue that is more than it appears. The statue is a gargoyle named Vale, who is shrouded in mystery and secrets. When she learns that Vale is possessed, and that the person responsible for cursing him plans to take over Las Vegas with a horde of demons from Hell, Anne realizes it is up to her to defy the Oddsmakers and save the city, and possibly the world.
Descended from Dragons is the first book in an exciting new urban fantasy series for fans of Patricia Briggs, Karen Moning, and Ilona Andrews.


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What did you love best about Descended from Dragons: An Urban Fantasy?

I liked the humor.

What did you like best about this story?

I thought the pawn shop with magical artifacts was a great idea. The cursed items only add to it.

Which scene was your favorite?

The bitchy cameos cracked me up.

Any additional comments?

Very formulaic, but fun.

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- Elisabeth

Great start to a series

If you could sum up Descended from Dragons: An Urban Fantasy in three words, what would they be?

A young woman trying not to let her own power destroy her must save her friends and Las Vegas.

What about Elizabeth Phillips’s performance did you like?

I liked how well she handled the inner dialog, the main character thinks alot in this book, it's a very important part of the story and she made it flow well.

Any additional comments?

I can't wait for the rest of the books in the series!

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- Amanda M. Daggett

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-01-2016
  • Publisher: Tricia Owens