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Dragon Storm

(Dragon Falls #2)

3.93  ·  Rating details ·  1,445 ratings  ·  181 reviews

According to some (including himself), Constantine is one of the greatest heroes of dragonkin who ever lived. Too bad he's now lonelier than ever and his biggest adventure involves a blow-up sheep—until he has an opportunity to save his kind once again. All Constantine has to do is break into a demon's dungeon, steal an ancient artifact, and reverse a dead
Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages
Published November 24th 2015 by Forever
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Stacey is Sassy
Don’t judge a book by its cover.

Actually, in this case the book cover for Dragon Storm is incredibly appealing, so you could say that you can judge this book by its book cover. What I was referring to is actually going into a story thinking you won’t like it because of preconceived ideas. I knew both Constantine and Bee before starting Dragon Storm and I was convinced I wouldn’t like either character. Yes, this was very narrow-minded of me and I probably should have gotten to know them better be
Anna's Herding Cats

Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup.

Woohoo! Dragons! Gah I love their cocky asses. And Constantine...oh what a fine ass he had. lol

The quick of it is that dragonkin have a problem. They've been cursed so that none of the dragon septs are able to talk to each other and they've got to find a way to break this curse. Enter Bee...A Charmer. It's her job to unravel the curse. Only things go askance and she gets trapped in Abaddon (hell) in the process and rescued by
Nov 08, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The dragonkin have been cursed. They cannot communicate with the other dragon septs. This keeps them from uniting against their common foe, the Demon Lord.

Constantine, a renowned dragonkin warrior, finds himself sent to a hell realm to retrieve a magical item. He discovers Bee, a charmer, imprisoned in a demon dungeon. Due to unfortunate circumstances, Constantine becomes her reluctant rescuer. Setting in motion a series of hilarious, action intense, sexually charged situations that will pull yo
Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)
~ 4 Dragon Storm Stars ~

Dragon Storm is book two in the Dragon Falls series by Katie MacAlister. 

I do love me some dragons. Katie MacAlister won me over with her dragons with the Aisling Grey series, about the Green Dragons, from then on I have been in love with the world and quirky characters. Yes, it’s had it’s up’s and down’s as all series do, but I still can’t get enough of these dragons. 

Dragon Storm stood on it's own, but is best if you read these in order. It’s a mini series inside a larg
Marta Cox
Oct 27, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: my-reviews, netgalley
This is the follow-up book to Dragon Fall and this time it's the turn of the eldest sister Bee to step into the spotlight. Bee is a Charmer which essentially means she has the ability to negate curses. Now for the past two years the Dragons have been subjected to a spell that prevents them communicating but it's Bees task to find an artefact to help remove the curse. Slight problem though as Bee is trapped in Abaddon( think Hell) but luckily a rather obnoxious Dragon arrives also searching for a ...more
Nov 24, 2015 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I think that I am just too old for these books now. Certain expressions are beyond me...*and* my 22 year old niece. While I found the part about "Twatter" funny, I found the endless dialogue about the blow up sheep and the "filling the cream filled doughnut" to be a bit childish and not funny.

The seemingly never-ending sexual dialogue was annoying as was the disembodied head.

It seems that Katie may have just reached the end of her rope and is grasping at anything to try to keep these fresh. I've
I read the first book in this series. It was not memorable enough for me to remember hardly anything that happened. Although I like Katie MacAlister's quirky style in both her historical romance and contemporary romance, her Dragon series are too out there for me. Without the constraints of any reality, these just go way over the deep end in absurdity and raunch. I will not be continuing this series but I will read more by the author ...more
Nov 26, 2015 rated it really liked it
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I do not necessarily read a lot of paranormal romances but when it comes to Katie McAlister, I never ask myself many questions. This is an author who has an undeniable talent to present her readers with something a little different with always a big touch of humor that is really appreciated! I also had a great time with the first volume and I did not wait long to dive into this one to find out what the author would present us again. Did I say that there were
Paranormal Romance
As a ghost, sort of existing between the two worlds, the hero lives to annoy the mate of the woman he's vowed to love forever. But inside he's grown listless and feels adrift from other dragons. Then he's asked to travel into hell to retrieve a talisman that will end the curse handing over the dragon kind. When he arrives in hell, h finds the heroine in prison. She had the same idea, to secret into the demon lords quarters and steal the talisman. But she got caught and becomes infuriated when he ...more
 Reading In Pajamas
Nov 18, 2015 rated it really liked it
Blog Tour: Q&A, Review & Giveaway: Dragon Storm by Katie MacAlister
Publication Date: November 24, 2015
Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Donna
Rated: 4 Stars


This is another zany fast paced look into the Dragon Fall world. Granted it took me a while to warm up to Constantine as he was rather stiff and Bee was a little too caustic. I couldn’t quite figure out how they became attracted to each other. Once they did they changed and I really liked them. Of course

Rolling with the 2 star reviewers on this one. Generally I'm happy enough with a Katie MacAlister book, but this one was just... lacking. MacAllister has written a dozen-ish of these "dragon" tales, and usually she adds a new twisty element to each story, but that didn't happen here. The chemistry wasn't there between Constantine (The Bland) and his mate Bee. Plus... I kind of hated Bee, she was such a smug know-it-all twat (there is this ultra-crappy thing she did to her own Sister which she ma ...more
I must be burning out on PNR as I find my faves lacking! This was repetitive and there was hardly any plot, again. I even got fed up with the replica romances and the characters that look like photo copies of each other. I'm wondering if an author can't create new characters, wouldn't they be gpbetetr off if they stopped writing?

Despite all my complaining, it was still a decent read and I'm sure to read the last installment. Let's hope it'll be a pleasant surprise.
Loved the H/h and their initial bickering but after a while it felt inappropriate at times.

They would be talking about something serious like deaths in their family and then talk sexual kinks in the next breath.

It was hard to take any of the danger seriously when the humor was so unbalanced.
This one was a little too ridiculous for me.
Oct 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
First book I read in the Black Dragon series I enjoyed but felt just a wee bit lost. This time around, I could care less about that lost feeling because I LOVED Dragon Storm! Daring adventures, lovable characters and lots of laugh out loud moments had me devouring this book as fast as I could.

Constantine. Wyvern, charming, dead(?!) he’s lonely and forced to watch they woman he loves be mated to someone else. Until, an opportunity to reverse a deadly curse on his kind presents itself. All he has
Heather andrews
Oct 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing
These dragons are something else I love them, "Constantine, being a male, and having natural instincts and urges common to those of his gender, couldn’t help looking, but he realized almost instantly that congratulating Bee on her nice breast wouldn’t be appreciated, and instead pretended not to watch when she swore and wrestled herself into what was admittedly a very feminine bra." Constantine is so full of himself, “your jealousy pleases me, although it is not necessary. I will not betray you ...more
Jul 14, 2017 rated it did not like it
Same comedy & thin plot as first book in series. The plot here is centered around the male and female protagonists accepting one another as mates. The curse aspect of the plot from the first book in the series (Dragon Fall) is resolved, but the larger Bael problem remains. Like book 1, there is a comedic sidekick and their banter often hinders the pace of the book. And quite frankly, the characters act in such stupid ways sometimes that I want to smack some sense into them. I mean, if you are s ...more
Jul 28, 2015 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Well, it's a quick read. I keep reading MacAlister's dragon novels because I keep hoping some of the original freshness and inventiveness of the Aisling Grey series will return. I continue to be disappointed. "Crap on a cracker"??? Really? Bee imitating Kim Harrison's Rachel Morgan? Gary, and the last sentence of the novel are the most original parts of this addition to the series, and Gary is a pale imitation of Jim. ...more
Feb 02, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: goofy-vomit
The chemistry is sorely lacking from the main couple. The female lead is too much like the ones from previous books, such that I feel she is trying too hard to be everything. Desire was not built between these two. I kept reading because unlike other books lately, I don't hate it. ...more
Mar 12, 2016 rated it it was ok
This formula is getting a bit tired and it felt like the author was sort of bored with it too. The heroine was totally one dimensional and wile some of the heroes in this series are delightful, this one just didn't do it for me. Hope the next one is better. ...more
Amanda [Novel Addiction]
Review to come. I'll link to it when it goes live. ...more
Candy Varty
Sep 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
OMG, Constantine what a dragon, He had me weak in the knees, WOW....
Snarky Hatter
After reading 75% of the book, I am done. The plot of this story was to break the curse on the dragons, and that's the part I reached. I debated continuing, because I was so close to completing the book, but to be honest I was so turned off by Bee that I just couldn't bring myself to continue.

I will say I really liked Constantine. He had his flaws to, but there was a humbleness hidden underneath all of the dramatics that made him endearing. Also, he gave off a genuine desire to help others.

I ne
Aug 01, 2018 rated it really liked it
1st Baltic now Constantine has been turned from villian to hero... Nice move in explaining his real connection to Baltic too!!!

I guess Kostya only got one book which is more than fine. And, i felt Bees explaination on what she did to her baby sister (Kostya's mate) somewhat reasonable but not needed cause she ended up thrown into the dragon world the moment she was out of the commited hospital anyway.

Finally Constantine got his own mate even if he too gave his life for Baltic's mate... over 400
Nov 14, 2019 rated it liked it
I adore character banter especially witty ones but this book overdid it. 80% of the time it felt like the characters digressed too much from the main topic they were talking about. They were beating around the bush and seemed to no be reaching any conclusion. There wasn’t really much plot going on. It appears that the kind of solved things at the start only for something to happen so they were back at square one.

A point to note is that, this is the second book in the series which also explained
Aug 25, 2018 rated it liked it
This book started out kind of boring, but half way in I started to enjoy it. Bree is a charmer the helps Constantine (a dragon) remove a curse off and all dragon kind. They have a lot of difficultly doing it as they were given the wrong information on the talisman Bree would need to do this. They do get help removing the curse when other dragons decide that it would benefit them to help. They also get help from a very talkative disembodied head named Gary, who rides on a remote control truck sin ...more
May 31, 2019 rated it really liked it
This book picked up a little more from the first in this set of 3. I've really liked Constantine through several previous books and he was even better in this one! I don't fully understand how he is full and able bodied, but hey I can just go with it - I mean if I can accept the presence of dragons, then I can accept that a ghost can take full live, warm-blooded male form. Bee was a fun character too. I really enjoyed how this plot progressed and it is starting to tie up a bunch of loose ends le ...more
Jun 17, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance-novel
This reminded me of 'Hot and Badgered' by Shelly Laurenston so much - absolutely crazy plot with an unexpectedly amazing cast of hilarious characters throughout. I had zero idea what was happening in the plot but the main dragon was obsessed with sex toys and there was a disembodied head rolling around on a remote control truck so it didn't really matter that I had no clue what was happening. I had fun anyway. Plus there was a Georgette Heyer shout-out and she's my bae so brownie points for that ...more
Dec 15, 2016 rated it liked it
Nice story, but I'm getting a bit tired of the author repeating the same idea book after book, namely the funny/bizarre sidekick as a third wheel in the love story. I also wished for a better conclusion for the book, even if the longer story still continues. Especially the love story - what the book is all about - deserved more than it got. That said, I believe I'll read the last book in the trilogy too. ...more
Jan 28, 2018 rated it it was ok
I've read other books in this series and have looked them but I couldn't get into this one. I didn't like Bee because of what she did in the first book and found her explanation of why lacking. I liked Constantine, but his relationship with bee felt a little rushed in the end. I didn't really enjoy this book and I have enjoyed many others in the series ...more
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For as long as she can remember, Katie MacAlister has loved reading. Growing up in a family where a weekly visit to the library was a given, Katie spent much of her time with her nose buried in a book. Despite her love for novels, she didn't think of writing them until she was contracted to write a non-fiction book about software. Since her editor refused to allow her to include either witty dialo ...more

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