Review: The Dragon DelaSangre by Alan F. Troop

The Dragon DelaSangreThis book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

If dragons walked among us, what would they do?

Would they act out their ferocity on the unwary? Would they gather power and wealth, remaining apart from humankind?

Alan F. Troop explores a dragon who combines both in his new novel The Dragon DelaSangre.
Peter DelaSangre comes from an old and prestigious family. His heritage combines power, wealth… and blood. Peter is a dragon, able to take human shape when it suits him. But the inherent dangers of doing so manifest violently one night, when a tryst ends in the woman’s death at his jaws.

Realizing that he needs to be with his own kind, he searches for a dragon female. His search takes him far away, to a tropical island inhabited by a dragon family. But as Peter concentrates on wooing a bride, trouble brews at home. The dead woman’s brother has become obsessed with proving Peter’s guilt, and awaits the dragon’s return, ready to avenge his sister.

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