Mate Dance

Mate Dance Heading to a bar after a dance performance intergalactically famous dancer Raven ran into a little girl beside the dead body of her grandmother His one good deed in helping out the little girl woul

  • Title: Mate Dance
  • Author: Amber Kell
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  • Page: 156
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  • Heading to a bar after a dance performance, intergalactically famous dancer, Raven, ran into a little girl beside the dead body of her grandmother His one good deed in helping out the little girl would lead him into the arms of a dragon prince Raven soon learns that once a dragon spots its mate it will keep him closer than goldADER CAUTION This title is an expanded,Heading to a bar after a dance performance, intergalactically famous dancer, Raven, ran into a little girl beside the dead body of her grandmother His one good deed in helping out the little girl would lead him into the arms of a dragon prince Raven soon learns that once a dragon spots its mate it will keep him closer than goldADER CAUTION This title is an expanded, re edited release.

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    1. Amber Kell

      Amber Kell has made a career out of daydreaming It has been a lifelong habit she practices diligently as shown by her complete lack of focus on anything not related to her fantasy world building.When she told her husband what she wanted to do with her life he told her to go have fun.During those seconds she isn t writing she remembers she has children who humor her with games of what if and let her drag them to foreign lands to gather inspiration Her youngest confided in her that he wants to write because he longs for a website and an author name two things apparently necessary to be a proper writer.Despite her husband s insistence she doesn t drink enough to be a true literary genius she continues to spin stories of people falling happily in love and staying that way.She is thwarted during the day by a traffic jam of cats on the stairway and a puppy who insists on walks, but she bravely perseveresShe also writes under the name Mikela Q Chase

    935 thoughts on “Mate Dance”

    1. 1.5Being book 3 in this series I knew not to expect much. But this one fell far below the other two.I expect the dragon men in these books to be all about how sexy they find their mates, but having Kaemon completely ignore his just found daughter so he can drool and fantasize over Raven annoyed me no end. As for the sub plot, it was laughable. A royal nanny that worked for them for years and yet no one noticed she was insane? A royal school that has a head master that gives off creepy vibes that [...]


    2. 2.5 stars. I had some problems with this installment of the series. The kid was a large part of the plot but her father seemed to only want to use her to help him keep his mate. He occasionally claimed otherwise but his actions did not demonstrate that he even loved his child. Also, when Raven discovers his mate status he is initially resistant. Then, when nothing has changed and almost nothing has been discussed all the sudden he is okay with it. I enjoyed the other books in the series as light [...]


    3. It's been a while since I read and. I liked those two stories ok. This one though, while following same plot of dragonkin men meeting and wooing their mates, felt like not-so-complete story to me. It's understandable that as MCs Raven's and Kaemon's story come up first. But I think it's too bad this didn't tell more about the father and his long-lost daughter. Maybe, if I read the expanded and re-edited version, I'd be having different opinion.


    4. Mate Dance by Amber Kell continues the storyline about the small but mighty race of fire breathing dragons to inhabit the galaxy. In this installment a famous dancer, Raven, stumbles upon a little girl whose grandmother has just been murdered b thieves. s the story unravels we quickly find out that the little girls also happens to be the only heir to one, Prince Kaeman, whom apparently although gay had a moment's dalliance with a woman which resulted in offspring. The story follows that Kaemon m [...]


    5. 4 HeartsFirst Published at MM Good Book Reviewsmmgoodbookreviews.wordpressOkay, I know what some of you will say, it’s a re-issue what a rip off. But I’d have to say you’d be wrong. I have read both versions of this book (well all three if you include the blog story before it was first published (God I’m really sad, I need my own padded room!!)) and I have to say Amber Kell’s writing improves each time around.Raven is THE dance star of the known Galaxies, but at the moment he’s feeli [...]


    6. Now, even though for me the beginning of this third book in the Dragon Men series is a bit too much of an obvious setup, the execution of the rest of the story more than makes up for it.Raven was fabulous. He's kind and compassionate, and I really liked how he fought for what Prince Kaemon's daughter wanted. Kaemon I was on the fence about for a lot of the book since it felt to me like he was a LOT more concentrated on Raven than on his own daughter. But then I can also see another side where si [...]


    7. 2.5 starsMany things about this one annoyed me, which made me sad since the first two books were so much fun. There were parts of this book also that were still fun, but they were not enough to make up for the parts in between.The prince's almost total lack of interest in his daughter. The prince thinking he can impress the man who shows up with his recently discovered daughter by packing her off with a nanny for the night so they can have the time to themselves. The devolution into political di [...]


    8. Raven is the galaxy's top ballet dancer and after a show, he finds a girl all alone in a dark alley, her nana the victim of a mugging. When he takes the girl to the police station, he discovers that her mother is dead, but her father is none other than Prince Kaemon. Raven escorts her to the prince's castle, but when Trisha is too traumatized to have Raven leave, he ends up staying to help get her situated. This was another cute addition to this series. The plot wasn't too complex and the length [...]


    9. Didn't like this as much as the previous ones. It was mostly focused on Raven and Kaemon. I liked Trisha-Kaemon's daughter-but even though she is what brings these two together, she's mostly in the background. It would've been nice to see more of her interacting with her father or all three of them as a family, instead of just Raven or her grandfather. Kaemon was too busy screwing Raven and never even attempted to make a connection with her at all, always avoiding her to attend other matters tha [...]


    10. Beyond dump and immature ! I doubt that the author even knows the meaning of royalty, let alone how things are handled by them! The sheer stupidity of her idea about how a princes is enrolled in a school washilarious!! And I better keep silent about the rest. It isn't worth any body's time!


    11. I can't stand needy children in my novels! I know that was the reason they got together in the end, but still not my thing. On the plus side I like this couple.


    12. This story has the usual problems with Kell's work -- insta-love, obvious and cartoonish villains, too-easy resolution of problems. Nevertheless it was fairly enjoyable.


    13. Again, MM Dragonshifter candy. The two lovebirds were quite delicious and not too sappy. The one thing that made me redact a star was that the background/resolution was too formulaic and convenient. Not that this isn't true for every book of the series, the Harlequin-Hero factor is huge, but this time it was too in your face to be shrugged off.


    14. Mate Dance had the feeling of an old fashioned romance or comedy, like The Prince and the Showgirl with Marilyn Monroe. And as in those old fashioned comedies, while it was clear that the relationship between prince charming and cinderfella is far from being innocent, it’s not that the sex is so imposing to eat the story. Raven is a successful ballet dancer who is losing the “passion”; he is still good, and dance is still his favourite pleasure, but he has not more the thrill to perform. R [...]


    15. A dancer willing to stand for his beliefsOne thing I like about each successive novella in this series is that a little more of the dragon world's culture is unfolded for the reader and builds on the novella before it. Each of them stands alone. However, the reader gets a better appreciation for the world that unfolds when they are read in order.In Mate Dance, Raven is an intergalactic dance star who has just finished performing on the dragon world of Dragait when he finds a little girl weeping [...]


    16. Series Review: Hot men, hotter dragons what's not to love?Dragon Men by Amber Kell is a series of thoroughly entertaining novellas. The characters are sexy, engaging and easy to love. With a nice mix of drama, erotic romance and adventure, Ms. Kell has mastered the art of short stories. I gobbled up this series one right after the other and am virtually tapping my fingers for more.Mate Dance:Raven's story is my favorite of the first four books in the series. Sweet and sensitive, he's the type of [...]


    17. Mate Dance is book three in the Dragonmen series by Amber Kell.  Amber writes an excellent M/M erotica and I really enjoy this series.  This story is about Raven, Crown Prince Kaemon, and the royal child Trisha.  Raven is a ballet dancer and after a performance, he reflects on his life.  He’s a well known and accomplished dancer but something is missing in his life.  He heads downtown for some hot man action, but is side tracked by the sounds of a child crying.  He finds Trisha, a young [...]


    18. As always, Amber Kell writes great books that I just can't stop loving. This third book of the series is interesting. I personally don't love dancing much unless watching others do so. That's why at first this part of the character is something I did not love till almost the end. If it's me, I would definitely try to escape right away just so I won't be hurt lol But It's amazing what love can be. The ending part is definitely the best part. I love how he was jealous the other. Somehow, it always [...]


    19. 4.5 starsAnother great story in this series. This one felt more complete even though I would have liked something a bit longer.However this one lacked the cute humour that the first two books had. Its not necessarily a bad thing that this is more serious. It just seems to lack a certain sparkI have adored this series and I would love for there to be more. I hope the author keeps writing more of them!!!!!!Changed to 5 Stars when reread July 2013Series was so much fun the second time I read it and [...]


    20. Raven helps a girl whose nana was killed and meets her father, Prince Kaemon. Kaemon recognizes Raven as his mate and courts him.


    21. This story seemed awfully familiar to me; I'm not sure if it's been previously released under a different name or if it was part of an anthology, but in any case it was a fun read. I've enjoyed all of this author's books that I've read. I really enjoy the man/dragon characters. They seem to combine all the fun characteristics of both male/male and shifter stories.


    22. After I have grown familar with the created world, I have enjoyed reading this sequel. The focus is less on a story than on the pure lovestory. I had a nice time laughing about the actions of the characters and therefor this book has earned it´s three stars.



    23. Mate Dance (Dragon Men)Like I said I Loved it the first time the second time was just as great. Can't wait to read the next one


    24. This is the 3rd in the Dragonmen Series. As it's forerunners, Mate Dane will grab you and carry on an amazing journey of love, sex, betrayal, and friendship eternal.



    25. This book is a pretty good quick and easy read. The reason I gave it only 3 was because the character development was pretty weak. I believe this installment is the weaker of the three in general.



    26. Another great part to the series, but as with the others you're just left wanting a little more meat to the story.



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