Lenni Reviews: “Ragna Crimson” Vol. 2, by Daiki Kobayashi


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Now that Ragna has paired with Crimson, they begin their mission to destroy all the dragons starting with Tempest Cell; a dragon that uses a tornado as a weapon.

In addition to Tempest Cell, we meet the first seat of the dragons; Ultimatia. Her and Crimson are pretty damn unnerving to me but that’s a plus, not a minus for the volume. It’s all just the right amount of crazy for me. The pacing is fast and seeing as how there’s just 9 volumes released, I am so curious as to where this will go. It’s certainly atypical for this genre but I like it. 4 out of 5.

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Lenni Reviews: “Enter the Dragon” by Jamie Sullivan

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*This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review and is rated 18+

Jac Conway has always dreamed of working with dragons. Having joined the Academy, he is eager to work with them directly but novice students are not allowed near dragons. But when a prank by older students lands him smack in a dragon’s cave, he gets much more involved with them than he planned.

This is a pretty simple set up with the conflict centered around Jack being tricked into his initial encounter with his dragon mate rather than it happening by chance. That was a bit offputting but everything is consensual so no triggers here if you’re looking to avoid non-con.

It’s short with not much staying power but it’s cute enough. The best parts are the baby dragons. 3 out of 5.

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