Dragon Magic

Dragon Magic

Four strangers. A shared moment long forgotten. A bond forged in desperation. On the first day of the Festival of Counting, the beginning of the royal census that takes place every ten years, the royal city is filled to overflowing. Everyone is happy, excited, and proud to be counted amongst those who live in the glorious kingdom of Orhanis. Then a demon strikes, killing tho Four strangers. A shared moment long forgotten. A bond forged in desperation. On the first day of the Festival...

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Title:Dragon Magic
Author:Megan Derr
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  • Melanie
    Mar 27, 2018
    A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words Review Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5 For the full review, visit https://wp.me/p220KL-ddJ on 3/30 From that review: When it comes to fantasy, Megan Derr is one of my go to authors. I love her marvelous ability to transport me out of the mu...
  • Geneieve Davis
    Mar 30, 2018
    A true joy I love fantasy novels. I love mm romance. I loved this book :-) The slow build of the story and romance. The struggles of the 4 of them leaning on each other and the truth growing...Megan Derr is always a favorite for fantasy mm and this book exceeds my expectations ...
  • Deeze
    Apr 06, 2018
    I struggled quite a bit with this one. Normally I can fall into the world Megan Derr builds as easily as I fall into bed but not this time. While the story was complex and entertaining I felt little chemistry at the beginning. Sule and Mahzan just irritated me with the constant bick...
  • Chancey Knowles
    Dec 09, 2018
    I think Megan Derr as a whole writes stories that are a step above a majority of what can be found in m/m. This is no exception. Things are rarely glossed over or resolved too easily. She is often thought provoking. Though, there may be some exceptions that I have not read or do not re...
  • Pete W
    Apr 08, 2018
    I have been looking forward to this book since I read the snippet from Ms. Derr's blog. It certainly was an interesting story with interesting flash back and story. I do like how the MC, Mahzan, was Jester. I do like how Ms. Derr wrote him and his acts, even if there wasn't much of ...
  • Alessandra
    Mar 28, 2018
    Megan once again confirmed that she is the queen of polyam stories. This story was so good, I couldn?t even put it down. The time is 1:35am, I have to be up at 4:30, and yet, I couldn?t stop reading it until I was done. The characters are all so well developed, their relationship e...
  • Claire
    May 01, 2018
    Megan's books never miss. This is a beautiful one with great characters, a vivid world, and twists galore. I love the balance of the world shaping the people and the people shaping the world. Megan's trademark culturally-unquestioned gender fluidity is highlighted here by the one famil...
  • Whitney
    Apr 07, 2018
    I loved this book! I really did. The middle did drag a little bit. However, the ending more than made up for it. I was so sad when Binhadi (poor grumpy baby) (view spoiler)[realized that he had been duped. I was even sadder when the Oathbound saw that the city was truly lost. She has t...
  • Sumire
    Mar 31, 2018
    I'm glad I decided not to sleep and continue reading this book until 5am because I love it! Mahzan, Binhadi, Cemal and Sule is worth the sleepless night! you see, it shouldn't have work for me but Megan Derr is an amazing author who never fails to amaze me with her works (the ones I...
  • Faith
    Apr 02, 2018
    I spent all night reading it and don't regret the lost sleep in the least. I love this grouping of characters. I love the romance and the comaradarie and the finding of a place to belong. I continue to appreciate the diversity of characters Ms. Derr brings to her stories without it fee...
  • Killian Louis
    Mar 10, 2018
    Once again, Megan Derr strikes. I absolutely loved this book. Which is becoming routine with whatever this author writes. I am not obsessed with her books. Not. At. All. The dynamic between the four men is absolutely delightful, and all four characters are lovable in completely dif...
  • Carly
    Apr 03, 2018
    Not only romance, although elements of it are quite erotic and the menage share an emotional as well as physical connection. The bulk of the story is a suspenseful action/adventure set in a detailed fantasy world. ...
  • Sarahjane
    Apr 24, 2018
    I enjoyed this story. It kind of has the feel of a good Dungeons and Dragons adventure (if you are lucky enough to play in a group of LGBT+ accepting friends, of course.) I was a little bummed at the "we've done the best we could" ending, but it is more realistic than a "this single...
  • Katie Miller
    Mar 30, 2018
    Amazing I loved everything about this book. It is so hard to find a good LGBT+ fantasy novel that reads like an epic fantasy and this book not only manages to do that, but is also very inclusive while it does so. ...
  • Patricia Knight
    Apr 28, 2018
    SLOW TO DEVELOP BUT VERY WORTHWHILE Polyamorous. stories present a significant challenge to the author as each character in the relationship must be fully developed in the reader's mind if they are to be emotionally invested in the success of the relationship. Megan Deer takes the t...
  • iam
    Apr 08, 2018
    I'm not having the easiest time summarizing my feeling about this book, but I'm gonna try and write a review regardless. Probably ~3.5 stars for me. Dragon Magic is a book about four men who get thrown together by devastating circumstances and, whether they want to or not, end up...
  • Erica
    Jun 07, 2018
    A great, full-length fantasy adventure, chock-full of magic, intrigue, betrayals, plot twists, and romance. Although I loved the heck out of it, the only reason it gets four stars instead of five is that the ending left me feeling rather melancholy. ...
  • Marzbunny
    Apr 19, 2018
    Bound on accident!! I'm a sucker for this trope This was a really enjoyable read! I loved the way there characters were pulled together, first by coincidence, then by plot, and finally by their growing fondness for each other (or irritation). The magic system was interesting, but no...
  • Book Gannet
    Apr 07, 2018
    3.5 stars. For the most part I enjoyed this tale of four men and the magic that binds them together, leading to love and adventure and plenty of other things along the way. Mostly because I liked the characters. Mahzan is showy and flamboyant and I loved him. He?s argumentative...
  • llv
    Apr 02, 2018
    Rating: 4 stars I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The beginning started a bit slow for me. Once the story got going, it was very hard to put down. I really liked all the main characters. I think Mahzan and Cemal were my favorites. Sule was very hot headed and the bickering between him a...
  • Tricia
    May 09, 2018
    Although Megan Derr is essentially an automatic buy for me, I was a little nervous about this book due to the multiple partnership. I usually have a hard time understanding the connection between that many people and often I feel the relationship is unbalanced. HOWEVER, I loved this bo...
  • Helen Kord
    Mar 22, 2018
    I?ve long been fan of Megan Derr?s writing and this book is another to my collection of my favorites. I admit I was curious how she?ll handle four protagonists all falling in love, but it was magical. The story was compelling, with it?s seemingly simple goal that took twists...
  • Tenny
    Apr 01, 2018
    3.5* rounded up. I love Megan Derr's book, but this one wasn't quite as cup of tea as usual. The book has interesting plot and several truly surprising plot twist (at least one which left me with my mouth open), but I had troubles connecting to characters sometimes. There is l...
  • Magnolia
    Jul 08, 2018
    From Magnolia Reviews: Three Petals The characterizations were phenomenal as always, but the plot dragged and was overall boring. While I do recommend this story, I think this is the first time I'll reluctantly recommend a Megan Derr story. Read the full review on Maggie's websi...
  • P Leslie
    Mar 22, 2018
    *I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinion stated are solely my own and no one elses* This was a good read about four misfits on a quest for justice. They find something priceless along the way but will they embrace their connection or run from it? It took me a w...
  • Debbie Borrero
    Apr 26, 2018
    Incredible Read??? Worth every minute. One of Derr's best novels. It's a mix of fantasy, romance, and adventure quest novel rolled up in one. . The novel is well written with an ending you'd never expect. if you are looking for friendship, love, tragedy or treachery , you'l...
  • Natalie
    Jul 10, 2018
    Loved this one and all four guys. Four survivors magically oathbound until they can destroy the fearmonger behind the destruction. A mind mage, shadow mage, shifter and fire mage, each one completely different with secrets of their own. I liked the mind link between them, how fluid and...
  • J1B
    Apr 02, 2018
    Is it just me, or have Megan Derr's books been getting more and more 'out there' with respect to character devices? I'm awaiting the next book, presumably about an asexual intersex dolphin who finds romantic connections with xer demisexual gay-for-you mate along with a pansexual tree. ...
  • Pjm12
    Mar 28, 2018
    Gosh, this is very slow build but once we get there (to all the smexy), it is hot! It is heavy! And there's four of us all to negotiate with the feelings, and the touching. But because Derr does such a good job of setting up the characters and the relationships, there are lots of co...
  • Tigress62
    Jun 18, 2018
    Not one of my favourite Derr books, because it was too slow moving at the beginning and had some lengths inbetween (the constant bickering and Mahzan's grumpiness got on my nerves after some time!), but all in all it was complex and good! And beware: not all is what it seems ;-) The en...