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Prince of Dragons (Orion #3)

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His beast will have her beauty-but only on his terms. Orion, Book 3 Sirena Blaze has left a string of smiling males across the galaxy-but she's not smiling now. After two attempts to sabotage her ship, it's time to call for backup. Her warriors deserve the best, and that means recruiting a member of the elite Serpentian guard as co-commander. One look at Slyde Stone, and S ...more
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Published August 17th 2010 by Samhain Publishing (first published August 5th 2010)
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It's hard to get into a story when the heroine makes you want to cringe on every page. She was selfish, egotistical and an overall slut. I don't like it when the MCs have relations with everyone but each other. I understand that is needed for some stories. However, this woman was doing it just to tick him off at every turn. She even made sure he knew. That I didn't like at all. I actually felt bad for the hero and wished he would end up with someone else. Even, when he could take no more and lef ...more
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Prince of Dragons makes you want to live in books.

Slyde Stone is a one woman man and he won’t settle for less. He is a dragon-shifter and has to stay undercover so that he can find his mate and have her fall for him and not his status. So he must stay a virgin until he finds his mate. That is just the way of the dragons.

Sirena Blaze is good at her job. She also has abandonment issues. She has s
Hunter's Review

I have been reading Cathryn Cade’s Orion story since the first one was published. Wow. I’ve loved every book but I can honestly say with no trepidation that this book, the Prince of Dragons, is her best one yet. Cade is a talented author and Dragons highlights her in so many ways, especially in the amount she has grown as an author.

Sirena is a complicated heroine. She has severe issues when it comes to trust and even though Slyde is a virgin and highly moralistic, he is not with
Mary Jo
I like this series and I love dragons. I was put off a bit by the characters in this book being co-commanders in the book previous to this, yet they suddenly meet at the start of this? I could understand if it was a flashback, but other characters talk about events that happened before. So I found that confusing and distracting, which may have kept me from connecting with the heroine and hero as much as I would have liked, and did with the earlier books.
I really enjoy Cathryn Cades' space fantasy's and this one is no exception. The culture clash of different beings makes for a great story. The sexual tension between Slyde and Sirena is top notch and when they finally get together it is downright combustible. Note: there is some squick factor in the prologue and epilogue but nothing you can't get past if you remind yourself they are aliens.
J.A. Ball
A blend of sci-fi fantasy but not bad, not really memorable either.
Really great book.
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