Review: Valarie: Daughter of the Dragon by Robert S. Fuller, Jr.


I had the pleasure of reading Robert Fuller’s debut novel Valarie: Daughter of the Dragon before it hit the shelves.  At the time, I had no idea what to expect, and I think it provided a richer reading experience.

I was invested in the characters right from the beginning.  I’m not usually a huge fan of girl/girl romance, but the way the author wrote the relationship was extremely sensual and erotic yet tasteful.

This story had me all over the map–from the sensual to the dark, from anger to revenge–and it was full of many twists, turns, and surprises.  If you think you can predict what will happen next, you’re in for a shock–quite a few of them.

I enjoyed Robert Fuller’s gift for painting a picture through his words; the scenes were rich with descriptions that pulled me right into the story.

My one critique is the need for tighter editing.  To be fair, punctuation mistakes tend to jump out at me when I’m reading.

The ending will shock you, and thank God book two is in the works!  I’m looking forward to the next installment from this promising new author.

didn't like it it was ok liked it really liked it (my current rating) it was amazing

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