Friday, December 25, 2015

Review of A Dragonlings' Magical Christmas: Dragonlings of Valdier Book 1.3 by S. E. Smith

When Ariel mentions another human holiday, the women get excited. They aren’t the only ones, though. The Dragon Lords and their friends, Vox, and Ha'ven, decide they want to be part of the planning this time. Things get a little out of hand when the men begin competing with each other to create the best Christmas ever for the Dragonlings, Roam, and Alice. Filled with tales of St. Nick, Rudolph, Frosty, and the newest tale of the Old Dragon of the Mountain, they are determined to light up the palace like never before and turn it into the new North Pole.

Just when the women think they have everything under control, panic ignites when the Dragonlings, Roam, and Alice suddenly disappear just days before Christmas. What no one expects is for the children to take it upon themselves to go in search of the legendary dragon who has threatened to steal the Magic of Christmas.

Now, their parents are in a race to find the Dragonlings before they lose them forever. Will they be able to find them and celebrate the magic of the season or will the Dragon of the Mountain keep them hidden forever?

Overall Rating: 4.5 Rockin’ ★★★★☆

Oh my goodness gracious, the Dragonlings are now mischievous toddlers.  They set out to befriend and save the old Dragon in the Mountain in S.E. Smith’s, A Dragonlings Magical Chrimstas! It’s a captivating journey with new and old friendship, bonding and strengthening.  

Everyone is gathering for the first time to celebrate Christmas on Valdir.  All the dragon lords, their mates, family and friends are joining in on the fun. The competition between them is comical and heart-warming.  The hanging of an excessive number of lights causes the palace power grid to be over-taxed.   Poor Trelon is still pulling his hair out (its grown some now after his feisty little twins quit sneezing fire at him)!  Paul and Morian are expecting their first child, and even the Goddess stops by for a visit with Phoenix.  

This is a pleasurable, fun, relaxing read reminding us of the importance of family and friends.  It gives a small glimpse at future books that Ms. Smith might write for us too.  The budding love between Baliant and Alice and the fortitude of leadership exhibited by Zohran are awe inspiring! Even the hyper twins, Jade and Amber learn a valuable lesson.  I truly enjoyed the moments of laughter that I found while reading this short novella.  Thank you, S.E. Smith for the fantastic world of the Dragonlings!

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