The Dragon’s Fake Fiancée by Sadie Sears
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The doctor and the dragon!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌍
Character development: 😠😘🤓🥰
Narration Type: Dual Narration
The Hero: Samuel – he is a dragon shifter who recently retired from the military. He and his friends just moved to Vermont to open a security company. He is single and has yet to find his destined mate. Though shifters are known in the world, Sam knows that some people have issues with dragon shifters.
The heroine: Gretta – she just broke up with her boyfriend Bill, who has been using her, taking her for granted, treating her badly and cheating on her. Though she is in a tough situation since she is a doctor who works for Bill’s father and wants a new job researching a cure for MS, which her sister has. Bill doesn’t want to break up and won’t move his stuff out of her apartment.
The Story: Gretta’s best friend Justin is a panther shifter, he is a male nurse and just happens to live next door to the house Sam just moved into. Justin asks Sam for help with Gretta’s ex boyfriend who can’t seem to take no for an answer. When Sam meets Gretta for the first time he immediately knows she is his mate, and readily agrees to pretend to be her new man in order to get Bill to leave her alone without jeopardizing her job.
The story is good and I like a fake dating story and I love dragon shifters. I liked the fact that Gretta didn’t know Samual was a shifter, though she knows shifters exist and has a bestie that is a shifter. I also liked the reason for fake dating, it made sense that Sam is in security and is helping Gretta like that and also so many fake dating stories are due to going to a wedding of some event, I liked the fact that these two are faking it to get rid of an ex. I also loved seeing Bill get what was coming to him.
This book is told in dual points of view via dual narration and was narrated by Kelley Huston and Jack Calihan. They both do a good job, though I am not overly fond of either of their voices. Kelley Huston’s voice sounds a bit nasal and Jack Calihan has a very gravelly voice, sounding almost hoarse. Though I have heard much worse. These two didn’t make me want to stop listening like some.
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