- Joshua by Caitlin Ricci Release Day Review
Joshua by Caitlin Ricci Release Day ReviewHot
Dragon tradition states that he must have a partner to help him transition into independence from his clan. A long-time friend would be sufficient, but Joshua doesn’t have any of those either. Faeted is his last hope.
Rex expected Faeted to set him up with someone fun and sexy, but he was never expecting a dragon. As an eagle shifter, a dragon is a good match for him since they’re both born to fly. Joshua is far more cautious than Rex expects a dragon to be, but Rex knows he can get Joshua to loosen up with a bit of push.
Publisher's Note: This book has been previously released elsewhere. It has been revised and re-edited for re-release with Pride Publishing.
The POV was 3rd person, but it read a little more like a biographical diary or that the character was talking to the reader. I couldn't really figure out which, but it didn't hamper the reading or flow of the story.
However, saying that, there was a nice exploration of Joshua's need and excitement, lots of hot sex, flying and some fun between the pair before the end. There was a hint of what might be the next story in the series, but it will be interesting to read it and find out if the characters are all connected. With the story lacking that 'romance' and 'chemistry' factor, then ending at 73%, I did feel a little short changed, but it wasn't enough to turn me against the story.
“He smiled at me, the same way as when I'd told him my name, and I had a strong suspicion that I'd do pretty much anything for him as long as he kept smiling at me just like that.”