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Georgie and the Dragon

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  47 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Who'd believe that in the enlightened year of 1815, Georgie Grisham's Welsh village still felt the need to make its 100-year sacrifice to the local dragon lord? And just because she was supposed to be a descendant of St. George, why was everyone in town suddenly looking at her? Fine. If being the dragon sacrifice would save her younger siblings from the poor house, she'd d ...more
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Published November 5th 2010 by Total-E-Bound (first published November 30th 2009)
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Review of the audio edition.
The book was fine - but this is erotic romance. Which while it wasn't what I expected (being a fan of CSP's Steampunk Gaslight Chronicles) was just fine.

The short novella was light and heavily erotic and perfectly well-done however the reader of the audio version was very poorly chosen. She is a competent professional narrator and read well however her voice has a kind of Enid Blyton upper-class, let's all have a picnic with lashings of ginger beer and jolly hockey st
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Georgiana Burns had to make the hard decision to sell her grandfather’s sword, reputedly his dragon slaying sword that had once belonged to St. George himself. But it would solve a lot of their problems as they had to exit the vicarage their father had once presided over and she is leasing a cottage, sending her brother to school, and feeding and clothing herself, her brother and her two sisters.

Caddoc Greystone, Lord Weir had other ideas for the voluptuous maiden. Georgie would be perfect for t
The short story starts with an interesting idea and trope, namely the last descendant of St. George being chosen as sacrifical virgin for the dragon protector of a village. Sadly, the story did use little of the potential for drama, humor, and chaos given in its initial setting and instead just drowned the last two chapters in sex. Nicely written sex, yes, but a more flesh-out version of plot would have served the idea better.
Jae Roth
Do not confuse this with the multiple children's books by the same name. This is definitely for the grownups. The story was fresh and interesting. The intimacy was sexy and hot. Though I remain confused by the ship on the front cover, the story was well worth the few minutes it took to read it.
May 16, 2011 Tammy rated it 4 of 5 stars
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A lovely, fun read!
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Cindy Spencer Pape has been, among other things, a banker, a teacher, and an elected politician, though she swears she got better. She volunteers in environmental education, when she can fit it in around writing. She lives in Michigan with her husband, two teenage sons, a dog, a lizard, and various other small creatures, all of which are easier to clean up after than the three male humans.
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