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Review: The Queen’s Flight by Jamie K. Schmidt

Title: The Queen’s FlightThe Queen's Flight

Author: Jamie K. Schmidt

Publisher: Entangled Select Otherworld, Entangled Publishing

Release Date: November 16th, 2015

Rating 4.5/5

What a brilliant combination! This is a paranormal tale packed with danger, mystery, threats and romance, a superbly written delightful novel to escape into and one that I thoroughly enjoyed.

In a dystopian world where humans and dragons live and work together, there are only five queen dragons . . . . or that was true until one of those queens used magic which killed her but enabled many others females to shift from human to dragon form, even though they were unaware they were queen dragons. With a plethora of new queens in the world, the male dragons all want to claim them for themselves so none are safe and there are others trying to capture the new queens for their own purposes . . .

Viola Pierce has an unfortunate history with men and this looks like continuing when she suddenly discovers she’s a three headed queen dragon. Her boss tries to keep her trapped for his own nefarious reasons but Viola is feisty and determined. When she meets Sergei their attraction is mutual but he’s sworn to avoid all queen dragons after a traumatic time from which he escaped. Viola, however, needs protecting and guiding and he doesn’t trust anyone else to look after her and keep her safe. As the world changes, dangers abound and their life is about to get even more interesting!

This is a great read, filled with humour, dilemmas, discoveries and more. A real page turner that kept me giggling then worrying as everything unfolds and new skills are developed and revealed. I have to confess to being totally enthralled in it. I’ve read other books about dragon shifters but thought this was a unique take on the genre and one that I found easy to escape into and enjoy.

Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley, too, for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for this, an honest review.

This book is available from a variety of sources including

amazon.co.uk           amazon.com          barnes and noble


One comment on “Review: The Queen’s Flight by Jamie K. Schmidt

  1. Pingback: Blog Tour + Review: The Queen’s Dance by Jamie K Schmidt | splashesintobooks

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