Molly Reviews: Pib’s Dragon by Beany Sparks

Blurb:
A dragon is about to find out what happens when a cat discovers his cave of shiny treasures.

After nine years, Pib is finally free from his contract with the newly wed prince. Slipping out in the middle of the night to avoid getting stuck in another contract, Pib shifts into his cat and makes his way home to the little village he foolishly left, hoping his best friend Wil still lives there.

Dray is bored. His services as a princess-guarding dragon are no longer needed and even his gold and jewels are unable to cheer him up. His mood changes quickly when he catches someone in his treasure cave, and it starts a series of events that change his life forever.

When the two finally meet, sparks fly, but Dray will have to move quickly if he’s to save his cat after Pib gets kidnapped.

Where To Buy:
Rainbow Ninja Press

Review:
This was a really fun and quick read. I was glad I could read it in one go since I couldn’t put it down wanting to know what happens next. I loved getting to know the characters and immersing myself in the world created. Pib and Dray were a couple you could tell would be great fun to be around. Plus Wil and Del were great side characters. I want them both to have their own stories.
I would have liked to get to know Pib’s background more. I wanted to know how he got stuck for nine years at the mercy of Prince Geraint. Plus I wanted to know more about Geraint and why he wants to keep Pib around. There’s just enough given to make me curious and want to know more. Like the perfect tease.
I’m very excited to read more in this series. I’m eager to see which characters will be couples next. I also am hoping more back story will be given.
Stars:
Four

About Beany:
Beany Sparks lives in Western Australia. She first started reading romance novels in 2008, but it wasn’t until January 2010 when her Kindle got delivered (which she had brought herself on Christmas Day 2009) that the world of erotic romance opened its doors to her, and she hasn’t looked back.

Since English was never her strong subject at school she never expected to write a story, let alone try to get it published. With suggestions and support from friends, her muse—“affectionately” known as PITA—was finally able to break free, and in January 2014 her first story was written. Since she can’t put PITA back in his box—she’s tried!—Beany has decided to give in and team up with him.

Author Contact:
Website || Facebook || Twitter || Email

Blog Giveaway:
For the entire month of June, all comments will be one entry into a paperback giveaway. One lucky winner will receive a paperback copy of both Unstable Stud by Ariel Tachna and Forgive and Forget by Charlie Cochet. Contest is open to everyone, each comment is one entry, contest ends June 30 11:59PM. Winner must provide their mailing address within one week of contest close or a new winner will be selected.

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