Life with a Fire-Breathing Girlfriend by Brayan Fields (Reviewed by Melanie)

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Title: Life with a Fire-Breathing Girlfriend

    Author: Bryan Fields

    Published Date: January 1, 2014

    Genre:  SI FI / Fantasy


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A lot of guys claim to have hot girlfriends. David Fraser has one who actually breathes fire.

 Rose Drake is a Dragoness in Human form, come to Earth for three years to soak up the local energy and increase her chances of having happy, healthy, baby hatchlings when she goes home. In exchange for his time and energy, David’s body and love life both undergo extreme makeovers. It sounds like the deal of a lifetime.

Fate doesn’t let David and Rose off so easily. A friend of theirs is murdered, their homeowner’s association starts harassing them, and they have to complete a quest for an Elven sage in order to stop a genocidal Unicorn from turning Earth into a radioactive wasteland.

 After all, when you’re dating a Dragon, you’re already a hero. It says so in the fine print.

paragraph divider 18 ***Melanie, #NerdGirlVamp’s Review***

This book may just be the total epitome of geekyness and I don’t mean that in a bad way. It is obvious that the writer is completely in love with everything to do with this genre and the book is filled with references galore that the nerd in me reveled in at first although I must confess I preferred the earlier slightly less obvious mentions to the later ones that were quite obvious and at times I found myself lost in the “What is that reference game” which took me momentarily away from the focus of the story,

 The book itself is split into 3 mini books each a little story within themselves. Personally I loved the first book the best and I wish that the author had carried along in that vein of thought but don’t get me wrong the 2nd and 3rd books are good in their own way, they just have a different feel to them.

 As the books progress the author moves you from “almost” reality, way into the depths of fantasy and he does it well although there are moments that felt a little forced or disjointed for me which is fairly common in newer writers.

 Overall I would say if like me you are a fan of Epic Fantasy and would feel right at home in the middle of a comic con convention then this would be a good fit for you.


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