Dragon Wytch: Otherworld, Book 4

Dragon Wytch

Dragon WytchAuthor: Yasmine Galenorn
Book Name: Dragon Wytch
Series: Otherworld
Order: #4
Genre: Fantasy/Romance
Rating:  Really Good
4+stars

 

Blurb:  We’re the D’Artigo sisters: savvy–and sexy–operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. But being half-human, half-Fae short-circuits our talents at all the wrong times. My sister Delilah shapeshifts into a tabby cat whenever she’s stressed. Menolly’s a vampire who’s still getting the hang of being undead. And me? I’m Camille, a wicked-good witch, trying to juggle faulty magic, gorgeous men, and the demonic war in which we’re embroiled. Sometimes, it’s hard to know just who we can trust…

The Equinox is coming, and mayhem rules. A crown-prince unicorn offers us a legendary gift, but it vanishes. Goblins and trolls swarm the streets of Seattle. And now Smoky, the sexiest dragon alive, decides to stake his claim–on me. Overshadowing it all, the third spirit seal surfaces and Shadow Wing’s after it. But I’ve discovered a secret that could change everything. A new power is rising–a dangerous force from the past–one that intends to restore balance to the worlds…whether we like it or not…

Review: This is another good story in the series, though I’m beginning to be a bit torn as to whether I should keep rating these as a 4.  The things that bothered me in previous books, seem to keep bothering me rather than getting better.  The books about Camille seem to bug me the most at this point.

The nature of her relationships just doesn’t seem to work all that well for me.  In this book, she begins a relationship with Smoky the dragon, but he comes across as some seriously creep stalker, especially if you look at how Camille seems to feel uncomfortable around him and some of the things he says and does.  This is on top of being in two other relationships that, apparently, are all good with the openness of it even though the reader is only told that everything is hunky dory and didn’t actually get to see the issues worked out.

I have no problem with multiple partner relationship stories, but I have to believe that they work the way the author is writing them.  I just can’t seem to get into this one.  If I could take out the relationship aspect of these books, I’d probably really love them.  As it is, I enjoy the action and plot parts of the story, but end up kind of skimming the relationship parts because they just don’t appeal to me.

Author: TJ Fox

Slightly sane artist, book addict, wife and mother of 3 who is forever rethinking her place in this world.

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