Wednesday, April 06, 2022

Book Review: The Mountain Dragon's Curvy Mate by Zoe Chant


Book Description

A curvy geologist + a hot dragon shifter with a mountain-sized problem + a rogue group of evil dragons = one sizzling and suspenseful romance!

Curvy geologist Rachel Finn has a mystery to solve: unusual shaking at an Adirondack mountain that hasn't seen an earthquake in centuries. But Rachel's mystery leads to danger. Before she's even had a chance to investigate, she's attacked by evil dragons and saved by a handsome, magical rescuer!

Dragons in Brad Bannik's clan must find their mate by age 25 or be forever alone. With the deadline fast approaching, Brad wants to be looking for his mate, not defending the family lair from invading dragons. But when he saves Rachel, he realizes the truth … this beautiful woman is his fated love.

With enemy dragons threatening their lair and their lives, will Brad run out of time before he can convince this lovely stranger that they’re meant to be?

The Mountain Dragon's Curvy Mate is a sizzling hot, standalone BBW dragon shifter romance. No cliffhangers!

My Review

Rachel is investigating shaking within a mountain when she is pushed and falls, hurting herself in the fall. But Brad is also in the mountain investigating the shaking when he finds Rachel and knows she's his mate. So he brings her back to his home and tends to her. When she's better, they try and figure out what is causing the shaking because once she spots him flying around in dragon form, there's no keeping that secret from her anymore. 

But there are other dragon shifters in the area and they aren't friendly. Once they figure out what is causing the shaking, they also find themselves in danger. Brad informs his uncle who is the head of the family what is going on and he is on his way there when Brad and Rachel have to work together in order to get out of the danger they find themselves in. All the while they are getting to know each other and Rachel is learning more and more about dragon shifters. 

I loved Rachel but Brad wasn't as easy to get to know. There was just something about his personality that didn't come across as well as Rachel's did. I liked the ending though. 

I give this book 3 out of 5 stars.