THE CASE OF THE DRAGON’S DILEMMA by Amber Kell & R. J. Scott

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THE CASE OF THE DRAGON’S DILEMMA by Amber Kell & R. J. ScottThe Case of the Dragon's Dilemma Series: End Street Detective Agency #5
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: Gay, Paranormal
Reviewed by Lisa

Locating a decent school for their newly adopted vampire daughter Mal is detective Sam Enderson and his vampire lover Bob’s main concern at the moment.  While they’re checking out the options half siren/half vampire friend Mikhail is recruited to babysit the last of the children rescued from captivity by the Sirens.

One minute Mikhail is trying to get the little girl to tell him what her name is and the next Siren’s are attacking, trying to recapture the child.  The fight is soon joined by another stranger who quickly destroys their enemies.  He is Ryujin or Jin who is there to rescue his charge, dragon shifter Princess Elise.

As Captain of the Dragon Guards it is Jin’s responsibility to return the Princess to her home in the far mountain range.  Enlisting the aid of Sam and Bob as well as Mikhail they journey to the home of the secretive dragon shifters.  Their situation becomes more interesting when Jin realizes that Mikhail is his mate.  Between Jin’s possessive nature and figuring out who kidnapped the princess in the first place Sam and company have their hands full. 

The Case of the Dragon’s Dilemma carefully balances a suspenseful drama with an intense, lively romance that gives readers what they’re looking for in a good story.  The only weak point is that the immediate danger is too handily concluded and not everyone is brought to justice in this story. It’s the compelling characters however and their dialogue which makes The Case of the Dragon’s Dilemma so much fun.  Though not perfect the End Street Detective Agency series is most definitely addicting.  

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