[Reading] ➺ Dragon Slayer (The Empty Crown #1) By Isabella Carter – E-inbusiness.co.uk

Dragon Slayer (The Empty Crown #1) Ingram Is A Coward And Weakling At Least According To His Father, The King, And The Royal Court He Cannot Use A Sword, He Faints At The Sight Of Blood, And Even His Brilliant Abilities As A Strategist Are Not Enough To Overcome His Failings When His Father Loses A Bet To The Notorious Lord Mallory Over The Matter Of A Dragon Slaying, He Pays His Debt By Ordering Ingram To Marry Him.Then His Father Reveals That He Is Putting Ingram To A Greater Purpose, Giving Ingram One Last Chance To Prove He Is Not Worthless All It Requires Is Betraying His New Husband.


About the Author: Isabella Carter

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10 thoughts on “Dragon Slayer (The Empty Crown #1)

  1. says:

    This was a lovely story and I loved every minute of it First of all, it has forced marriage trope I liked that idea it was always fun to read Ingram had my heart from the get go I felt so much for Ingram and wanted to console him when his father treated him b


  2. says:

    A wonderful tale of kings and princes and dragons lol.I really enjoyed this wonderful medieval tale From the first pages it kept me hooked By the exciting climax at the end I was reading as fast as I could.Ingram is a delightful character that had me wanting to hug


  3. says:

    This was quite a fabulous fantasy story about a Prince, Ingram, forced by his father to marry a dragon slayer, Mallory, who is the warden of their kingdom s northern territories There was some interesting world building and I enjoyed the build up of the characters and thei


  4. says:

    Oh the intrigue and adventure, the secrets and plots, the lying But there was also the love and sweetness, the caring and adventure and dragons Ingram, his father the king is an asshat, treats Ingram poorly and at first opportunity marries him off to a wild looking dragon slayer


  5. says:

    Review posted at The Armchair Reader.I really have grown to love Isabella Carter s books So I was really excited for this one, which not only promises to be an in depth story because it s the first of a series, but also that I know she likes to really dig into her fantasy worlds In many


  6. says:

    This was a very enjoyable m m fantasy read about a prince who is shuffled off into a marriage to a Lord, under his jerky father s orders to act as a spy But poor Ingram soon realizes that everything is not as it seems his new husband isthan a dragon slaying brute, his father s demands are root


  7. says:

    A sweet fantasy romance with enough real danger to keep it from being too much I really liked the main character, and seeing how he grew over the course of the story His love interest is strong, but not controlling, or overbearing I m looking forward to reading .


  8. says:

    abandoned at 95 percent, because sometimes you can get over fade to black sex if there s a proper story going on, but not if the story makes hardly any sense and hinges on finger wiggling sorcery and dumb secrets and very little else.this publisher is dreadful. i am 0 for 5.


  9. says:

    NOOOOOOO too soon to end Nooooo MORE Ingram and Mallory were amazing Love Ingram, and hate how he was treated by his own father, the king To a fantasy book, it s a great mystery storyLove the mystery cues were all around the book, telling me the truth about both men, but just near the last page I connect all the d


  10. says:

    4.2 stars As promised to my dear Vio, I took the plunge first with this one and thoroughly enjoyed it Before seeing Cole s review, I was not aware Dragon Slayer was the initial part of a series luckily, I was prepared for some sort of cliffhanger or to be continued ending, so I refrained from unladylike noises of interru


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