Friday, October 5, 2012

Dragonswan (Dark-Hunter #1.5) by Sherrilyn Kenyon

3 stars

I really think that the only reason I sort of liked this short story was that it added more information to the Dark-Hunters series as a whole. I know it is only a short story but the plot seemed to be lacking somewhat and the characters, even for a short story, seemed highly underdeveloped and I did not really like either one of them. Dragonswan is about a scholar named Channon MacRea that is studying an ancient Dragon Tapestry. She seems to sense a special connection with it and an underlying meaning in the supposed mythology. Sebastian appears one night; unbeknownst to her, Sebastian is a dragon himself, who holds the mysteries of the tapestry. The story seems to end really abruptly and the conflict is resolved far to quickly, I think this might have been a better story if she had actually turned it into a full-blown novel.

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