Review: Dragon’s Keep by Janet Lee Carey

Review: Dragon’s Keep by Janet Lee Carey

Rosalind was born with a dragon finger in place of her wedding finger. As she reachesĀ marriageableĀ age, she cannot marry without being called a witch. To make matters worse, she is kidnapped by a dragon and forced to be his servant to raise his four baby dragons. Somehow she is fated to save everyone- if she can survive the dragon.

For a novel this was so much fun to see a complete story. Part way along the way, I didn’t think it would happen, but it completed itself by the end. Without going into details, by the time I got to the end of the book I had given up that it would be fulfilled. It was nice that the author did not leave it as a loose ends and did tie it up in a unique way. I really didn’t like her family. They were in general not very nice. There was so many questions left about her family. Why did her mother feel the need to do what she did and how did she do it in cold blood? How did the father never know about the finger? Why did her love interest act the way he did?

It was a good book and a fun fairly tale read. People looking for a fairy tale read with little to no romance will enjoy this book.


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