Gamsin is a former acrobat and thief.
Upon hearing about a great treasure at Ankoll Castle she
goes in search of riches, and finds pain after she is
attacked on her journey. She continues on, trudging up the
hill to the castle, her strength waning. When snow appears
she can go no further, and collapses.
Ankoll, the man, is under a powerful
spell. He spends half the month as a man, and the other half
as a dragon. He knows Gamsin can help him break the
enchantment, and she agrees, despite her mistrust of men.
When the two find out they have to
consult the sorcerer who placed Ankoll under the spell they
set off to find him, and find danger can result from the
misuse of power.
The Dragon of Ankoll Keep
is an easy read that kept my attention. I loved Gamsin, and
the way she refused to be beaten, even after she was raped.
Her spirit made her character come alive for me. Ankoll is a
sexy, giving man who learned a great deal from his existence
as a dragon. Watching him help Gamsin grow and learn was a
treat. Watching him become a dragon to protect the woman he
loves was amazing, and pulled at my heartstrings.
Lovers of fantasy will enjoy The
Dragon of Ankoll Keep.