The Dragon Master (Tales of Tuathmair, #1)
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The Dragon Master (Tales of Tuathmair, #1)

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Mages and Faeries are never to marry… Dragon Master Gryffyd Southerlyn is the man of Lexie’s dreams—but he’s a mage and she’s of the fairfolke. Should she risk graduation for one last evening in his arms? What price can you put on the love of a lifetime?
ebook, 5 pages
Published May 5th 2008 by The Wild Rose Press (first published 2008)

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Julianna
Dec 04, 2009 Julianna rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fans of Sweet Romantic "Quickies"
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"4.5 stars" I ended up enjoying The Dragon Master even more than I thought I would. It was a really sweet, romantic tale of forbidden love between a mage and a fairy. Lexie is the lovable good girl who is a little reluctant for fear of getting caught but just can't resist Gryffyd, and I don't blame her. He would have swept me off my feet too. Gryffyd is an irresistibly charming rogue with a Scottish accent, who rides a motorcycle, performs magic and has a family of dragon...more
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