New York Times bestselling author Jo Beverley presents a romantic fairy tale in which one princess’s idea of happily-ever-after gets turned upside down...
A dragon has invaded Saragond! The time has come for Princess Rozlinda to be sacrificed. She is the designated SVP—the sacrificial virgin princess—and her chaste royal blood will appease the monster and prevent the destruction of the kingdom.
Not to worry! A dragon hasn’t eaten a princess in ages. It’s purely ceremonial now. Just a small cut and a little bit of blood, and Rozlinda will have done her duty. She’ll be free at last to cease being both “S” and “V,” and she has the man in mind.
But things don’t go quite to plan. Someone kills the dragon, and tradition says that the princess must marry the dragon slayer, whoever that may be. Even if it is the terrifying dragon rider of Dorn himself!
Previously appeared as The Dragon and the Virgin Princess in the anthology Dragon Lovers
Praise for the Novels of Jo Beverley
"Arguably today’s most skillful writer of intelligent historical romance.”—Publishers Weekly
“A delish little scandal, wicked stolen kisses, and a wonderful ending that had me heaving my happy sigh.”—Smexy Books
"With delicious bantering and a rapid pace, it’s a sensual and enthralling read.”—RT Book Reviews
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Disappointed Beverley Fan
Over the years, I have read and thoroughly enjoyed every Jo Beverley novel. Unfortunately, when I purchased "Dragon and the Princess" I didn't know it was a fairy tale. I buy anything written by her, but I had to force myself to finish this novella. It's not her usual style, it is complicated reading (a talking dragon?) and therefore, disappointing.
I prefer her historical romances.