Storm Dragon

Storm Dragon Karin knows she s gone completely insane nuts absolutely batshit crazy when she spots an insidious blue dragon twining through the trees at a rest stop in the Cascade Mountains Despite agreeing to jo

  • Title: Storm Dragon
  • Author: Frances Pauli
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Paperback
  • Karin knows she s gone completely insane nuts absolutely batshit crazy, when she spots an insidious blue dragon twining through the trees at a rest stop in the Cascade Mountains Despite agreeing to join her roommate at a psychic fair, she s never believed in anything metaphysical She s pretty sure the Reiki treatment she succumbed to has brought on a frighteningly realisKarin knows she s gone completely insane nuts absolutely batshit crazy, when she spots an insidious blue dragon twining through the trees at a rest stop in the Cascade Mountains Despite agreeing to join her roommate at a psychic fair, she s never believed in anything metaphysical She s pretty sure the Reiki treatment she succumbed to has brought on a frighteningly realistic hallucination until they roll their mini van in the middle of I 90, and she is rescued from the vehicle by the same monstrous blue figment of her imagination She awakens to find that she s been delivered to a cabin high in the mountains instead of to a proper hospital The doctor looking out for her is of a new ager than a physician, and the people who own the house, including the urban highlander version of Fabio, don t have any intention of letting her leave.Faced with the unimaginable, and strapped to an all too real dragon, Karin must decide how to tame the beast or risk losing herself to it forever.

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    1. I've wanted to read this book since I first saw the cover, it's gorgeous and I love dragons and I'm very glad I did it because it was a very interesting book. The story was fascinating, the characters were richly developed, not everything was as it seemed and I was honestly surprised at some of the twists the story took and I have to say this book turned out to be a nice surprise for me because from the description of the book I was expecting something else. How refreshing it is to be completely [...]

    2. 4 stars for now, really should get to read next books to have a better ideaFirst of all disband all thoughts of sexy dragon shifters! That is the standard we (or at least I) usually think of when dragons meet paranormal romance, but not here!I actually felt a tad bit cheated when I realized this wasn't going to be the usual 'waking up mated with the drop-dead gorgeous dragon-boy' plot, but I soon realized I had actually found something better and definitely more interesting and original.Kundalis [...]

    3. **3.5 Stars**Kundalis: Storm Dragon wasn't what I was expecting when I saw dragons. But that wasn't a bad thing. I failed to make the connection between Kundalis/kundalini and Enlightenment. I don't know that much about chakras, astral planes and the metaphysical. Karin didn't either though, so I was learning right along with her.Karin doesn't understand the how or the why she ended up as an anchor for Blue, her dragon. The Kundalis are the manifestation of energy - representing enlightenment. B [...]

    4. Favorite Lines “The new guy had an attitude. Not surprising. He looked like a movie star, and I’d never quite trusted anyone that pretty.”“Maybe I’d always known, but I spied the one star I needed. It looked exactly like all the others, and yet, was nothing like them.”“I have a monster inside me.” I sniffed. A tear may have leaked out. “It’s not inside you. It is you.”“I stood in a circle of stares and my dragon swirled around my feet neither rampant, nor restrained. Simp [...]

    5. GENRE: Urban FantasyTHEME: DragonsRECEIVED: TourBLOG: seeingnight/3.5 starsREVIEW: This was a very different dragon story than I was expecting, the idea of dragons connecting to human and not actually having them shift was a much-appreciated change. I love when an author can take you from the norm and create a unique world, however I’m not familiar with chakras and meditation, it was interesting to learn about it from a dragon point of view.Kundalis: Storm Dragon follows Karin a young woman wh [...]

    6. The cover, as you can see, is beautiful, and although the book was only an ARC copy which still hadn't had its final edits completed, I found it to have few, if any grammatical or spelling errors. The book was very well written and a delight to read. In fact, once I got past the first few pages and started to understand the story a bit more, I became thoroughly engrossed in the book. I read it within a couple of hours and pretty much didn't want to put it down until I finished the story. I highl [...]

    7. Once again Frances Pauli pushes the boundaries on a genre and gives you something interesting and intriguing to mull over in your mind. This story is mainly about Karin and the situation she is in but there is a gentle undercurrent of a love story within the midst.There is enough information given to you as a reader that you can fully keep up with the story and the developments in the plot as well as the character development too.Karin's reaction to some of the situations she finds herself in is [...]

    8. I got this book at an independent bookseller's fair at Evergreen State College. The premise seemed interesting, and the cover art is striking. I enjoyed the book, but there were some issues with both typos (scared / sacred, etc) and typesetting. One chapter is entirely centered instead of left justified for no discernible reason.The story is good, but I found some of the dialogue and actions of the characters a little stilted. The protagonist, Karin, makes some choices that I found bewildering. [...]

    9. I received a very early copy of this one from a publisher rep and it's taken me a couple months to finally say I'm not interested. (Very unprofessional, I know).I tried really hard to get into this one and finish it but there didn't seem to be an endgame and the main character was not fun to read about. Or read with? This has a first person POV so we see into her head and her thoughts and the story were just too inconsistent and all over the place.As the critics say: great concept, weak executio [...]

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