Prince of Dragons (Orion, #3)
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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
ebook, 137 pages
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...more
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...more
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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