HEART OF THE DRAGON
by Myra Nour

June 2003
ISBN: 1-58608-421-6
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Eric is being held as a prisoner, tied to a post in the middle of a compound. He thought this might be the end of him, but his physic ability told him otherwise. The Volarians saved Eric, when they went to check on him for his sisterís sake. Eric was strong, he had to be with the Special Forces and he was charming and witty.


Kasha, is a princess on Volarn and a warrior as well. She fights with the men and takes them on patrols in the kingdom. She is always lonely and a little sad as she is looking for someone that is like her cousin, Jarvic, who is a warrior as well. Someone funny, witty and who can make her laugh as well. But she also has a secret that keeps her from marriage.


Eric knew from the moment he saw Kasha that she was the one for him. It was entertaining to see the lengths he went to try to get her to like him. Only problem was she did and the old saying ďabsence makes the heart grow fonderĒ is right up Ericís way of things. Can Eric win over Kasha with his fighting abilities since she is looking for a warrior? Can his handĖto-hand combat win her over or just land him in trouble and what about his sword fighting?


Even though Eric and Kasha come from two different worlds they are similar in many ways. The differences are what attract them to each other as well as their strength and character.


Heart Of The Dragon is a story of two stubborn people who will take challenges to be together. We also see the love shine and grow between the hero and heroine even when one doesnít want to admit it. Eric and Kasha are both stubborn but it takes a legend to finally bring them together. Heart Of The Dragon has adventure running throughout the book as well as mischief from several secondary characters and danger. There is a second book coming out as well and I canít wait to see what Ms. Nour has in store for them.


Reviewed in November 2003 by Pam.

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