Tuesday, December 24, 2019

ARC Review: Rago by Kasia Bacon

Lieutenant Ĉortez is about to sit down to his well-deserved supper when destiny hits. Winged, scaled and more than a little tipsy.

Rago is a fated mates/forced proximity short story, featuring a puffing dragon shifter and a romp in the fencing hall.

Jewel's rating:

Kasia Bacon had me at "dragon shifter". I have a HUGE dragon shifter fetish, so how could I pass this story up? HOW? That's right, it was a must read and, as usual, Kasia Bacon blows it out of the water park. Fated Mates stories are so delicious, and Rago is like a favorite snack.

"...shagging twice a day keeps the healer at bay."

Lieutenant Ĉortez is sitting down to a long overdue meal, when a ruckus and a nervous Quartermaster prompts him to head to the fencing hall to calm down a dragon, of all things. Finding out that dragon is none other than Sergeant Eerik, whom Ĉortez had been regularly fantasizing about wasn't awkward in the least.

Sergeant Eerik got a little too tipsy while his dragon sensed his mate nearby and...well...let's just say his dragon decided he'd waited long enough and wasn't about to wait one moment longer. There are some things you just don't want to argue with, and an agitated dragon is one of those things.

I was charmed by our dragon, almost as much as Lieutenant Ĉortez was.

Rago is magic. Pure magic. Fated mates and dragon shifters set in the author's gorgeous Order Universe. Every nibble we get of this universe is so well drawn, it's hard to believe the stories are so short!


ARC of Rago was generously provided by the author, in exchange for an honest review.

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