Note: At the time of this review – this audiobook is free on Kobo.
When dragon shifter billionaire Damian Blackwood is pressured into testing his new company’s dating app, the last thing he expects is to find is an actual connection….
Weird work hours make normal dating near impossible for Nurse Andi. When a colleague recommends a new dating app, Andi signs on for some fun, never thinking it would go far….
Can you begin falling for someone you’ve never seen? And who has only sent you cat pictures?
Point of view:
3rd person. Alternating between Andi & Damian’s perspectives.
This is a prequel short story to Cassie Alexander & Kara Locharte’s Prince of the Other Worlds series. As such it’s definitely open ended and offering a taste of the world and main characters Damian Blackwood & Andi Ngo.
Loved the ‘Dragon Dating’ app as a vehicle for these two getting to know each other without actually meeting. Cute and sometimes sexy banter.
Ready to dive into book 1, Dragon Called.
This was my first time listening to Victoria Mei and I enjoyed her performance. Great job on consistent voices for all the characters as well as bringing the emotions of the text through. Great listen.
I received a copy of this audiobook from Home Cooked Books and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.
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My Favorite Quotes
We’re calling it ‘Dating Dragon’ – Dragons Don’t Date by @cassie_author & @KaraLockharte #Audiobook narrated by @ReadbyVictoria #ParanormalRomance #DragonShifter #ShortStoryTweet
My life doesn’t lend itself to the kind of stability most people crave. – Dragons Don’t Date by @cassie_author & @KaraLockharte #Audiobook narrated by @ReadbyVictoria #ParanormalRomance #DragonShifter #ShortStoryTweet
It’s like he was a moth and she was a flame. – Dragons Don’t Date by @cassie_author & @KaraLockharte #Audiobook narrated by @ReadbyVictoria #ParanormalRomance #DragonShifter #ShortStoryTweet