Dragon Wytch (Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon #4)
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Dragon Wytch (Otherworld #4)

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We're the D'Artigo sisters: savvy--and sexy--operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. But being half-human, half-Fae short-circuits our talents at all the wrong times. My sister Delilah shapeshifts into a tabby cat whenever she's stressed. Menolly's a vampire who's still getting the hang of being undead. And me? I'm Camille, a wicked-good witch, trying to juggle...more
Kindle Edition, 304 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Berkley
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Julie (jjmachshev)
Jul 16, 2008 Julie (jjmachshev) rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition Recommends it for: PNR hot romantica fans
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Oh ho ho! The battle is heating up in Yasmine Galenorn's paranormal 'Otherworld" series with the release of her latest, "Dragon Wytch". This series which relies heavily on Faery lore but also includes demons, dragons, goblins, trolls, vampires, shapeshifters, and also pulls in magic creatures from other cultures is kick ass!! The race to retrieve the third spirit seal is on and Camille the witch will need every one of her allies to come out alive.

This series has some serious sexual tension and f...more
Jennifer
The 4th Book in the Sister's of the Moon series.

Is it getting hot in here? Oh no - that's just me after reading this book. Having worked her way through all three sisters - the 4th book in the series is full circle back to Camille - the Witchy sister with a LOT of passion and a very complicated life.

The three D'Artigo sisters are living Earthside while the war wages on in the Otherworld. They are part of the Otherworld Intelligence Agency and were stationed Earthside before the war broke out....more
Bethany
Dragon Wytch is the fourth novel in Yasmine Galenorn's series. The first three helped established her universe, and I expected for the fourth novel to begin exploring the universe in more detail. Instead, it was more of the same.

Dragon Wytch begins with a Crown Prince Unicorn arriving in Seattle to bestow a gift on Camille to help her in her battles against Shadow Wing and his Degath Squads. From there, things spiral out of control when the gift goes missing along with the unicorn's steward Mis...more
★ ßurçακ ★
Neden böyle oldu bilmiyorum ama bu kitabı zor bitirdim.. Herhalde belli bi amaçları olmadığından :S Eğlenceli bir seri, karakterleri çok seviyorum.. Ama Camille'ye yuhh!! diyorum başka bişey demiyorum 3 sevgilisi var hepsiylede iş pişiriyor :S Dumanlı'da gözümden düştü iki kişiyle evliliği geçtim.. 3'lü de işi pişirmeye razı oldu yavvv :((( Bakalım ilerde neler olcek..Trillian kurtulunca evliliğe ne diyecek merak ettim :DD
Fangs for the Fantasy
Camille D’Artigo is the protagonist in this book, facing the every growing and worrying effects of the war against Shadow Wing and the civil war in Otherworld – a war that is now affecting their family as well as bringing chaos to the Otherworld, allowing all kinds of monsters to break through the portals and wreak havoc on an unsuspecting Earth.

Now she has a unicorn gifting her with an artefact of legend of immense power that may be one of their best hopes against Shadow Wing – except it’s been...more
Kathy Davie
Fourth in the Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon urban fantasy series revolving around the D'Artigo sisters in Seattle.

My Take
Certainly no lack of action. We get background on Camille's trial to become a priestess of the Moon Mother as well as the truth about the Black Unicorn. We also learn why Camille and her sisters are so highly valued. Smoky gives up a lot of info and some of his pride. it certainly creates a massive quandary for the adventurous Camille. And Smoky is a very pushy, expectant b...more
Sara
I'm still on the fence about this series. There is so much going for it. It has great potential in the overarching story and the cast of characters is promising as well. But I keep waiting for the quality of the writing to get better as the series goes on, but no luck yet. I like how the books go between the three sisters, giving each a chance at the spotlight. The downside to this is that the other two sisters suddenly look like idiots that can't think for themselves when its not "their" book....more
Pete
Dragon Wytch is book 4 of the Otherworld series by Yasmine Galenorn of the D’Artigo sisters. The point of view focus of this book is Camille’s starting off leaving her shop suffering having to wear a lite caplet instead of her usual bustiers, camisoles, chiffon skirts. She was seeking pixies exhibiting strong magic instead finding a black unicorn sporting male anatomical signs which were most definitely in attendance. I thought lecherous inspections were most associated with males, like Chase....more
Sercan Vatansever
serinin en kötü kitabıydı bitse de kurtulsam diye okudum. gerizekalı camilleden nefret ediyorum.
Thetravelingpanda
I must admit I mostly read the story for Camille. And the dragon shifter (love him!), But really why everything comes back to her love story (or stories)? I mean for me it should not be so present in the novel, it should be a sort of side event. I mean the whole Morio vs Smoky stuff was so annoying! (obviously Smoky is better, he's a dragon!) and seriously the end... Hated it, for me when you love someone it's only ONE person... I don't know, I might be harsh here, but I feel like the author is...more
Kathleen Burket
Really great books seem to defy pigeonholing and Dragon Wytch, Book 4 in the Sisters of the Moon series, and a nominee for a 2009 RITA for Best Paranormal, is a phenomenal addition to fantasy, romance, or whatever field you would call this one. Galenorn is rotating the narration among the sisters, and Book 4, as with Book 1, is told from the perspective of the eldest D'Artigo sister, Camille. The unicorn crown prince comes to Seattle to find his missing messenger, who was transportating a gift f...more
Chibineko
I think I've kind of decided that while I'm not the hugest fan of the series, I do like the Otherworld series enough to want to continue on for the most part. This novel sort of combined what I do and don't like about the series as a whole, hence the three star rating.

What I liked about Dragon Wytch was its openness about Camille's sexuality. It's one of the things that I liked about the previous entries and it continues to be one of my favorite elements of the series. This is a romance and as...more
*Earth Loving Reader aka Jamie *
Damn, just wow, I mean I have enjoyed each and every book so much, and how intense and deep the story is, the incorporation of so many creatures, myths and religions makes for such an intense read.

The sisters are the heart of the story, their friends and lovers the next, their allies the next, the circle of who to trust and who not to trust, and then their enemies.

So many layers. I have to say I relate the most to Camille, her insatiable lust for life and passion, her attraction to dark intense...more
Mike
I was at a goodwill looking at their books when i found my copy of this book, for a dollar i was willing to give it a try. What i didn't know at the time was it was the fourth book in a series, so when i started reading it i got a forth of the way through when i started wondering about all this talk about things that had already happened and turned to the front of the book and found that i had skipped over the first three books in the series. Well i was enjoying the story and the author had me h...more
Wiccy
Feb 27, 2010 Wiccy rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition Recommends it for: any fan of paranormal fiction
Another highly enjoyable installment of the Otherworld - Sisters of the Moon series. As with it's 3 predecessors it is the continuing tale of the half fae/half human D'Artigo sisters and their ongoing struggle to save both the Earth realm and Otherworld from the Evil demon-kin Shadow Wing.

Each title in this series is told from a different sister's POV, in rotation. This book is told from the point of view of the eldest of the Sisters, Camille, who is the witch of the family. Having now read one...more
Brittnee
Dragon Wytch is a book full of excitement and action. This is a very entertaining book. The Character of the book are all well thought out and described. The writing in this book makes you feel as if you're in the same room as the characters or that you are the characters. The writing also lets you feel the character's emotion and helps you to understand how their/the authors mind works. The plot is also fill with a lot of action and suspense. The plot is well structured. Dragon Wytch is the fou...more
Ann
In the past I had issues coming to terms with the fact that Camille has three lovers and SOMEHOW loves each of them equally, but lately I have grown used to it and it doesn't bother me anymore. I still don't like anything beyond a monogamous relationship even in novels but I can deal with it because every other aspect of Yasmine Galenorn's writing is fantastic. In fact, there is so much going on in this book that I had trouble keeping track of all the side characters and who was evil and doing w...more
Rhianna
Dragon Wytch is the fourth book in the Sisters of the Moon series, the follow-up of Darkling(3). In Witchling(1) we meet the D'Artigo sisters- Camille, the eldest who is a witch, Delilah, the middle child who is a werecat, and Menolly, the baby of the family who is a vampire.

The plots of Witchling(1), Changeling(2) & Darkling(3) established the confusing existance of the three realms- Otherworld, Earth and the Subteranean Realms and introduces us to a host of otherwordly species from both t...more
Starr Griggs
*First, in case you’re wondering, I really did read Darkling, where my review of that went I don’t know. I will re-read and post review ASAP!*
There’s a lot of reintroducing of the characters, setting, history and backstory that would make it easy for a new reader to follow. But, since I read the series from the beginning I find it a little annoying. It draws me out of the story. Personally, I think that if a reader is too lazy to start from the beginning in a series they deserve to be confused....more
Kristen
I've become a big fan of Yasmine Galenorn, and this series in particular is a favourite. Where I normally get novels from the library rather than buying them, with this series I can't bring myself to wait in line to find out what will happen to the D'Artigo sisters so I buy them.

It's obvious from the detailed, interconnected way the storyline develops book-to-book that Galenorn has this world and all the people in it well thought out in her head.

Camille is my favourite of the sisters, but I find...more
Shelley aka Gizmo's Reviews
Dragon Wytch is the fourth novel in Yasmine Galenorn's series. Each book is told by a different D'Artigo sister; Camille, Mennolly and Delilah.

The sisters are half fae and half human who also work for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. They are in a fight for their lives against a demon called Shadow Wing.

They each has different capabilities like Camille the witch who spells seem to always go wrong at the most inopportune times. Delilah who shape shifts into a tabby cat whenever she stresses o...more
Candyshy
Le périple littéraire pour cette saga continue, j’aime bien les sœurs d’Artigo. Elle ne fait pas partie de mes sagas chouchous mais je passe toujours un bon moment au pays de ces Faes.

J’appréhendais un peu, Camille n’étant pas ma sœur favorite, elle aime les hommes et est très libérée sexuellement (comme tout fae qui se respecte ^^). Elle a plusieurs amants et j’avoue que la façon qu’elle avait de voir ses relations m’agaçait un peu. Ne sachant pas si elle les aimait ou pas.

J’ai enfin ma réponse...more
Ana Mardoll
Dragon Wytch / 9781440631221

The fourth in the Sisters of the Moon series, "Dragon Wytch" continues the alternating narrative viewpoint by cycling around to the eldest sister again, Camille. I always felt that Camille's first novel, "Witchling", was arguably the weakest of the first three books in the series, and I'm afraid that "Dragon Wytch" does nothing to change my opinion on that front.

In fairness to Camille, she has always been the least easy of the three sisters to take seriously - her nar...more
Ana Mardoll
Dragon Wytch / 978-0-425-22239-3

The fourth in the Sisters of the Moon series, "Dragon Wytch" continues the alternating narrative viewpoint by cycling around to the eldest sister again, Camille. I always felt that Camille's first novel, "Witchling", was arguably the weakest of the first three books in the series, and I'm afraid that "Dragon Wytch" does nothing to change my opinion on that front.

In fairness to Camille, she has always been the least easy of the three sisters to take seriously - her...more
Felicia
This book has me salivating to read the next one ASAP!!! I love how Yasmine has the characters developing and growing into their strengths! Camille is definitely my favorite. I love how self-assured she is as well as the doubts she has about herself.

And, quite frankly, I love the fact that Yasmine has written a series that expounds on different kinds of romance and love. It's not the typical "girl meets bad boy, falls in love with bad boy, and ends up only with bad boy". Camille has 3 men and sh...more
Lunamoth
Dragon Wytch is the fourth novel in the otherworld series and is told though the eyes of Camille, the moon witch. The sisters are looking for the third spirit seal to stop the demon Shadow Wing frmo destroying both otherworld and earthside.

The book was as up to par as the previous ones and i do enjoy Camilles voice. Her voice however just does not come with much action - outside the bedroom that is. Camille is sexy, Camille has three lovers, yada yada we get it. The book was more centred around...more
Mel
This is the one book in the series thus far that I was really looking forward to and it didn't disappoint. The series has gone full circle and this book starts back over with Camille who just happens to be my favorite of the D'Artigo sisters.

Camille is now in a triad with her men, Trillian, the Svartan looked down upon by most of the fae and Morio, a Japanese Fox Demon. Camille doesn't do vanilla and is attracted to dangerous men/creatures. That being said, her love life just seems to get more-...more
Brandy
The books in this series are progressively getting better and better. I was not thrilled with the first book, but I have slowly gotten more interested in the series with each book that I read.
I wish that Gelenorn didn't overly describe everything, but the plots are interesting.

INFO: This books goes back to Camille taking the lead. Camille is the witch out of the 3 D'Artigo sisters.
In this book, they are once again looking to find the spirit seal (the 3rd one) before the demons do. Camille is lea...more
OutlawPoet
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Michelle Tempted By Books
Nope. I can honestly say that I pretty much can't stand Camille anymore. The first book was alright, it was world setting and character building. Now I fee like I am being regurgitated the same information over and over and over again. I know Camille is in love with herself, yes she has the "perfect" body and her clothes are fabulous BUT I can not take anymore. Reading this book made me feel like I was being put in my place for my imperfections. Not to mention I got sick of Anita Blake's sex lif...more
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