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El caballero de los dragones (Mageverse #5)

4.22 of 5 stars 4.22  ·  rating details  ·  2,396 ratings  ·  36 reviews
En su juventud, la princesa de las hadas, Nineva Morrow, se dedicaba a la magia. Las fuerzas del mal la convirtieron en huérfana, y desde entonces permaneció solitaria e incapaz de confiar en la supervivencia de cualquiera. Pero, después de mantenerse oculta en la Tierra durante muchos años, sus poderes llaman de nuevo la atención de muchos más caballeros de los que puede...more
Published 2008 by Via Magna (first published June 5th 2007)
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Consider this a review for the entire Mageverse series by Angela Knight: This is a very fun, sexy, romantic and silly series of books where vampires, werewolves and witches are the good guys, all created by Merlin and Nimue to be guardians of the human race to help ensure that our fledgling race doesn't destroy itself before reaching maturity. If you like knights of the Round Table, magic, whirlwind romance between perfectly gorgeous people, and erotic love scenes, you'll like these books. This...more
You gotta love dragon porn! So funny i couldn't stop reading.
I just finished Master of Dragons and have mixed feelings about it. The beginning was good and moved at a decent pace, but then it just started to drag. Something started to be repetitive, while others just felt like empty filler.

It may be just me, but I don’t like it when a story deviates from the main characters and here’s why; I’m not interested in what the other characters think or feel, I don’t need a side story that could have been left out and not been missed.

The story is about Nineva, w...more
Kel, dragon and newest Knight of the Round Table, has been chosen by the dragon god Cachamwri to protect Nineva, the Last Avatar of the Fae goddess Semira. Nineva is tasked with freeing Semira from the sword she has been trapped in for centuries (a condition Kel is definitely familiar with). How is she supposed to do this? Well, Semira needs strength to be freed, and she draws strength when Nineva has sex with Kel (oh, yeah!).

Meanwhile, forces of evil are plotting to invade Avalon using Semira...more
Another awesome book in the Mageverse series.

I absolutely adored it! I loved the jokes, the sarcasm, the erotic loves scenes... everything.

The way Knight describes the characters in animal for brings a clear picture in your head. And the scenery must be absolutely beautiful... Too bad neither are real!

I really liked Nineva. With words, you understand how she feels, what she feels and why she feels it. Kel may not understand it at first, but when he does, everything clicks.

And Kel... *sigh* to ba...more
Missy Jane
This is one of those books where I read it and only found faint echoes of memory from reading it before. At first, I thought I had somehow skipped this installment into the Mageverse series all together. It wasn't until the final chapters that memory stirred. However, I can say this is one of the best of the series. Kel is one of my favorite characters, and luckily Angela Knight gave him a heroine worthy of him. Nineva is basically a faerie princess who is smart, brave and determined to take car...more
Terri Pray
Jan 10, 2012 Terri Pray rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: paranormal romance readers
Really a 4.5. I'm an Angela Knight fan and love her Mageverse setting. Nineva and Kel's story is well worth reading if you're familiar with the Mageverse series.

If you're not, I'd go back to the first book and read that, as a lot of the setting material, the background information, builds through the earlier books.

Why the loss of a half star if I'm such a fan? I just didn't quite enjoy this one as much as I've enjoyed others, but I couldn't tell you why. I've wracked my brains trying to pin poi...more
Love, love, love this series. Dragons, princess, faires, vampires, witches. What more could you ask for? The heros are heroic. The princess are brave and willing to fight to the death - I can't stand stories where the women swoon and wait for the men to take care of them.

Kel is a beautiful dragon with a problem, Nineva is a fairy princess with a problem. Together they save the world and each other.
Nineva, a fairy princess, is the prophesized savior of the Goddess Semira who has been enspelled into a sword. This is an epic tale of heros and heroines with Kel, the dragon, aiding Niveva in her protection of the sidhe realm from the Dark Ones who are trying to invade and to use their death magic to kill the human earth. Fast action and a lot of romance fill the pages.
Leslie Jane Fahrney
Continuing saga of Mageverse, with some new characters, and both hero and heroine trying to come to grips with their heritage. The are both hot for each other, and feelings burn the sheets (when they use a bed.) And watching them try to save the world without sacrificing each other has you rooting for them.
Amazing book. The only thing that pulled me out of the story was a slave having so much power. Maybe that would have been explained if I hadn't jumped into this series at book eight? Lots of hot steamy sex that was that was cleverly structured by the plot so it was needed. I'll be reading more by this author (4.75/5)
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Huh. This story was a bit odd. I love dragons so I was happy to read it. Nineva was an okay female lead. I didn't care much about her because I was more interested in Kel, the dragon. The book was a fast read and recommended for romance lovers who like a happily ever after.
Jun 01, 2007 Stacie added it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Paranormal Romance
This story is about princess with powers and is in hiding form those that killed her parents. A dragon knight comes to save her but she is afraid of him and runs. Finally she realises that he is there to help her. Then they fight together to save their world from the Dark Ones.
Such a cute pairing! I <3 Kel, hehe :P But besides that the story line was very good, and the action didnt drag at all :) I finished it in about 4 hours flat. Didnt stop once i picked it up :) Awesome.
I love Kel! What's not to love about dragons :)

I struggled with the pronunciation of Nineva's name though It was a great story, and I can't wait to see what happens next in the Mageverse.
Kel the shapeshifting dragon is one of my favorite characters in this series, and I was very happy that he was the male lead in this book, which didn't disappoint. :)
Michael Barnette
Sep 19, 2010 Michael Barnette rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: dragon lovers, lovers of paranormal romance
4.5 stars

A great read with compelling characters, really hot sexual scenes and a great climactic no holds barred battle that was typical Angela Knight.
I loved the story, the characters, and the spin on Arthur and Gwenevier. The book had dragons, werewolves, demons, fae's, and vampires. Loved it.
I really need to start reading series at book one, not book eight. I'm sure there's much I missed, be even still, a decent read.
This book will be coming out soon...I m looking forward to reading it as I have read all the others in the series
Michele bookloverforever
vampires, mages, king arthur's court..set in modern dragons...what's not to love?
Clearly a fun read. Enjoyed the story line, interesting twists and great, fun characters.
Really enjoyed this one because Kel was probably my favorite character of the lot.
Good storyline and I like the premise, but it took me two tries to get through this book.
Not really three stars, but I enjoyed it. Total crap, but just what I needed :D
Darlene Daniel
She is a good writer she knows how to keep you in to the story
Loved this one..but im always partial to dragon shifters heehee.
poor kel. he didn't deserve this insecure and silly heroine.
Melissa Wehunt
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Angela Knight is an American author of mostly erotic fantasy. She was a reporter for ten years and a comic book author. She lives in South Carolina. First published under Red Sage, she was able to write romantic fiction for the first time in 1996. She published several short stories in their Secrets anthologies. Editor Cindy Hwang brought her to Berkley Publishing and has helped her become a best...more
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