Wednesday, September 08, 2021

Book Review: A Mate For The Christmas Dragon by Zoe Chant


Book Description

Jasper Heartwell has five days to win his mate's heart.

Jasper is a dragon on a mission. If he doesn’t find his mate by his twenty-fifth birthday, he’ll lose his ability to shift, and be stuck as either a human or a dragon forever. Luckily, his birthday is on Christmas Day. What woman could resist the spark of romance during the most wonderful time of the year?

Abigail George hates Christmas.

Most wonderful time of the year? Abigail knows that's a lie. She hates the fake snow, the cheesy carols, the hordes of shoppers that save their Christmas cheer for everyone except shop workers—and most of all, she hates going home to her empty apartment on Christmas Eve.

Jasper knows Abigail’s the one for him the moment he sees her. But can the Christmas dragon win his mate’s heart, when Christmas is the one thing she hates the most?

A Mate for the Christmas Dragon is a steaming hot standalone dragon shifter romance. HEA guaranteed!

My Review

Jasper has been traveling the world in search of his mate but has had no luck. With his 25th birthday just a few days away, he'll have to make a choice to either give up his dragon half or his human half. But then he spots his mate while visiting his sister and he sets out to make her love him. 

Abigail dislikes Christmas and just wants to get through the holiday season. Her luck seems to be about to give out when she finds herself falling from a roof of the store she works at but Jasper is there in a blink of an eye to catch her as she falls. 

Abigail finds herself very much attracted to the man that caught her when she fell but she doesn't think she has any chance with him until he asks her out and wants to spend time with her. She really dislikes Christmas and he loves it but he does everything in his power to make her comfortable on their date. When one date leads to another and they end up spending the night together, he thinks she might fall for him and things are going really well until there's a bit of a misunderstanding. 

Watching Jasper try his hardest to be the funny, gentle, romantic man that he hopes she can fall for in a short time was really fun. Jasper's nephew was such a fun secondary character. He was such a rambunctious toddler who just happened to also be a dragon shifter. He was so full of life and his antics just made me laugh. 

Watching Abigail go from Scrooge to wanting to have a nice Christmas with him was very satisfying to see. This was such a fun book. 

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.