Channon, enjoying a day at the museum studying her favorite exhibit, a dragon tapestry finds herself swept into the arms of a sinfully handsome man who weaves all sorts of amusing stories about who he is, where he’s from and even explanations of the tapestry she’s so obsessed with. At first, she just thinks Sebastian is full of charm and wit and it just successfully trying to impress her, but soon finds he speaks mostly the truth as she is swept into a world she never imagined with a man who makes her weak in the knees.
Dragonswan is the prelude to Kenyon’s Dark Hunter series. I have been impressed upon by some “friends” over at the Karen Marie Moning web-forum, to read. This first book was a mere 86 pages, and was an okay short story – but I wasn’t overly impressed myself. But given that it is a novelette, I’m not going to base my opinion of Sherrilyn Kenyon as an author or the series in general by this one little read.
Kenyon did do a good job at developing the characters in such a short book, enough that you did want a bit more than what you were left with. The book did have sufficient romance and action for it’s size as well. I just like a bit more depth I guess.