Even though this story has only 44 pages, I really liked it.

Illsi is a strong woman. I couldn't imagine what I would do if I knew I was to be a sacrifice for a dragon. I wouldn't have walked and let myself be tied up and not tried to escape. She knows that it wouldn't be any good any way. She has accepted her fate and she just wants to get it over with.

Just imagine how shocked you would be when you find out what the dragons really do to you. It's better than being a sacrifice. Edwin is a dragon and he can swift to dragon form. I love to read books about dragons and this one really surprised me. I can't say any more because if I do I will be giving the story away and I don't want to do that. I just want you to read this book and find out for yourself.

I loved the cover of the book and I believe that it goes with the story really well. It is like they were made for each other. I would recommend this book to any one that likes dragons and loves a short read.

~ Reviewed by Crystal
Storm Goddess Book Reviews


Ilisi had resigned herself to suffer a horrible death at the claws of a merciless dragon. She finds herself a very willing captive of Erwin who is both man and dragon. He is also captivated by her and wants to make love with her, and have a life long relationship. Will a misunderstanding tear them apart or will they be able to find the happiness that they both deserve?

I enjoyed this paranormal romance story. I liked Ilisi. She is strong and feisty. When she thought she would be killed, she didn't panic or cry because she knew that would not help her predicament. She was brave enough to talk and touch the dragon, and also to make fun, but not in a malicious way of Erwin. She was sure she would die a virgin, but thanks to Erwin that didn't happen. I liked Erwin too because he wanted, and liked her just the way she was. She thought of herself as homely, but he did not see her that way at all. They were able to resolve a misunderstanding that arose between them with happy results. The love scenes between them are sizzling hot. This story contains very explicit love scenes and language.

~ Reviewed by Janie
The Romance Studio

It became a tradition in the town of Vistoller to sacrifice a virgin every year to the dragon so the town wouldn’t be destroyed by his fire. And this year, because the pretty young women from Vistoller got rid of their virginity, there is still Ilisi who none of the boys in town would have anything to do with and she is being given to the vile creature as part of the town’s yearly tribute. Of course, there are three armed guards who are assigned to escort her to the site where the tribute is given to the dragon.


For the past hundred years or so, the girls deemed the ugliest or least desirable were ostracized, and thus were considered the best candidates for the sacrificial pool.


But the creature didn’t eat her right away … but instead takes her away.


It flew away with it to return it to a nest or some such place it called home where it could eat her at its leisure.


Ilisi can’t believe it when the dragon takes her to a castle and turn into a man … who tells her to spread her legs.


“Why do I have to spread my legs? I thought you were supposed to eat me.”

“Oh, I’m going to eat you. Just not in the way you anticipate.”

“But what about the other women you’ve taken?”

“Hey, listen. Let’s get one thing straight right now. I didn’t take anyone else but you. Got that? It was my turn to go to the town and claim my prize, and I did. But we’re not done here yet.”

“Claim your prize?” Her eyes widened. “Your prize? I’m not a sacrifice?”

“Shut up and let me fuck you!”


Their conversation is hilarious. Ilisi has no fear of the dragon or his human alter ego and she asks all kind of funny questions. She discovers that Erwin, like the rest of the dragons, is forced to change into their dragon shapes during the night. Just by mating with a virgin from her town would they have the power to change at will.

And Ilisi finally understands why the dragon from the previous year was green, when Erwin is a black dragon.


“The names of all those who are eligible are put in a box, and one name is drawn out.”

“Then the same dragon doesn’t come every year?”


“No wonder you were green last year.”

Erwin laughed a nice short burst of honest laughter that jiggled the bed.

“That was my cousin, Doug.”


This is a short story, maybe too short. I had not nearly enough time to “know” the characters better and see how deep are. So although I enjoyed reading the story, I can’t rate it more than 4 couples.

~ Reviewed by Dolce Amore
Confessions from Romaholics