Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Dragons Are People, Too

Dragons Are People, Too
by Sarah Nicolas

By day, Kitty Lung is your typical diplomat's daughter who just happens to go to school with the son of the President of the United States. By night, Kitty Lung is a dragon-shifter and spy for the Draconic Intelligence Command (DIC).

The number one rule over DIC is to NEVER reveal the existence of dragon shifters, so when a newly trained operative, under Kitty's command, panics and shifts into full dragon mode on camera, everything changes.

Now the world knows about dragons and the population is scared.

All known dragons are captured by the CIA and taken into custody for the good of the people. Only Kitty and her best friend, Sani, are still free.

When the President's son is kidnapped, Kitty is forced to put the rescue of her friends and family on hold in order to save the son of the leader of the free world.

Maybe, just maybe, if she can save the kid, maybe the President will let her parents go.

Final thoughts: Cotton candy all the way. There is some strange logic brought in to explain why dragons have never been caught on camera before (invisibility when in dragon form) and a lot of discussion about self-healing, but it all kind of makes sense, especially if you don't think too hard about it. Kitty is pretty cool, if a little underdeveloped. Sani is both awesome and a little annoying at the same time. The revelations at the end are decent and there's a definite second book coming, though I'm not sure if I was drawn in enough to remember to look for it when it comes out. Fun and fluffy with no real thinking needed.

Rating: 4/5

Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC.

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