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Drinking Tropes: Dragon Bound (to the ER)

Quite a number of individuals argued that dragons prefer debauchery to all other past-times (such as amassing treasure, devouring their enemies, or acquiring the knowledge of the universe).

I beg to differ. Thankfully, Fangs for the Fantasy invented the perfect medium through which to survive this endeavor. The Paranormal Romance Drinking Game. A true stroke of genius. For every trope, we drink. Huzzah!*

Raise a glass for Thea Harrison’s Dragon Bound, and join me as we drunkenly dive into the world of the Elder Races. Spoilers (and drunken rambling) Ahead!


She had stolen from one of the most dangerous creatures on Earth, a creature so frightening that just imagining him was more scariness than she ever wanted to meet in real life.

I am not impressed. I believe this mandates a drink. Brutalizing the English language has to be in there somewhere. “More scariness”? No. How about “more terrifying …

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Dragon Day 2013: The Results Are In!

Some of you may have noticed that Book Lovers Inc. was briefly taken over by dragons! In an effort to appease our new draconic overlords, you battled for draconic treasures, and voted as to which dragons we should next honor with the same exuberant adulations heaped upon Lady Trent and Seraphina.

The results are in! Next on The Dragon Lovers’ Dragon Reading List is….

The Eon Duology by Alison Goodman!* Comprised of:

Eon (aka Two Pearls of Wisdom)

Eon has been studying the ancient art of Dragon Magic for four years, hoping he’ll be able to apprentice to one of the twelve energy dragons of good fortune. But he also has a dark secret. He is actually Eona, a sixteen-year-old girl who has been living a dangerous lie for the chance to become a Dragon-eye, the human link to an energy dragon’s power. It is forbidden …

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Interview Author Thea Harrison

We are very happy to welcome author Thea Harrison here at Book Lovers Inc today. Her new novel, Dragon Bound was just released and with all this pre-release buzz we just couldn’t pass on the chance to ask her some question about her work. Pleas give Thea a warm welcome.

BLI: Thea can you please tell us a bit about yourself?

Thea: I have been lucky in that I’ve had the opportunity to travel. I lived in England for several years, and that allowed me to see a bit of Europe. When I was nineteen I wrote my first category romance, and for many years I was Mills & Boon UK’s youngest author. Somehow I’ve still managed to wear quite a few hats—as a teenager I was a waitress, and I’ve been a receptionist, an office manager, a penniless …

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