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Dragon Wytch    by Yasmine Galenorn order for
Dragon Wytch
by Yasmine Galenorn
Order:  USA  Can
Berkley, 2008 (2008)
* *   Reviewed by Ricki Marking-Camuto

Yasmine Galenorn's Sisters of the Moon are back in the newest Otherworld book, Dragon Wytch. Once again, the narration belongs to the sexy and voluptuous eldest D'Artigo sister, Camille.

It is just a normal day at her bookstore, the Indigo Crest, for Camille, until three nasty creatures begin attacking a unicorn prince who smells of pixie. Camille rescues the unicorn, who it turns out was looking for her to deliver a rare gift, a black unicorn horn. Unfortunately, the pixie who was delivering it was attacked and has run off, so Camille and her sisters must find him to retrieve it. Of course, this is not to be their only adventure. It seems that more portals are opening in unexpected places allowing more and more of Shadow Wings' demons through. Now the sisters must find the rest of the spirit seals to help close the portals.

Camille's kitsune lover Morio finds a lead to where the third one might be through an asylum patient who is foreseeing the demon invasion. Also after the seal are Morgaine, who wishes to awake the Queen of the Unseelie Court, and a strange trio of shapeshifting demons who run a rug shop. To complicate things even further, Smoky the dragon wishes to have Camille as his mate, and her oath mate Trillian has been called back to the Otherworld and has gone missing. It is up to Camille to harness the power of the black unicorn horn in order to set a major change in motion to help with the fight against the demons.

Galenorn's writing is so much fun because she immediately puts readers into the story and keeps them there with nonstop action. She also populates her tales with great characters and various magical creatures. This series is a must for paranormal lovers.

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