On the Bookshelf: Legend of the Oceina Dragon by J.F. Jenkins

He wanted to be with her, to be one with her, and it was the only thing he’d been looking forward to for months since the day he decided she was it for him. But as much as he wanted to be with her, he couldn’t help but be weary of the idea. He couldn’t tell if she meant it, and he wanted this moment to mean something. This would be the first time for them both. It was supposed to be special. The atmosphere was perfect though, and they were married. What could make it more special than that?

“Of course I’m sure.” she said. She stared up into his eyes and he was completely swept away in hers. They were filled with certainty, and when he looked into them he did not see a dreamy, dazed, or confused look. Her pupils appeared normal, even her smell suggested she was recovered from the spell well and returning to her right mind. Her smell told him she lusted for him. If anything, she looked determined. Love at first sight? He’d heard a lot of stories about it, and while he had been hoping for it, he was also a little skeptical about the idea. Love at first sight had worked for his brothers, but it seemed too good to be true. Now he realized how much he worried over nothing. His dreams from the past six years were now coming true. That reassured him, and so did her words.

“If you’re my husband, that means I love you more than life. I need you to love me. I want you. I feel safe now. Love me and protect me from the dragons.”

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2 comments on “On the Bookshelf: Legend of the Oceina Dragon by J.F. Jenkins

  1. India Drummond

    I hope that was a typo and the hero wasn’t actually ‘weary’ of her! LOL

    I do love dragon stories though… I’ll have to take a peek at this one. Have you finished it yet? Did you like it?

  2. Jamie D.

    That’s a good question on the typo, India…not sure if it is or not, I’ll have to ask the author.

    I haven’t read this yet (my TBR list is miles long), but I have the sample on my kindle for perusing… 🙂