Review: Dragon Bridge by E.D. Parr

Dragon Bridge was incredibly descriptive story. Great mystery and legends, twists and turns. 

From the blurb:

Tired from his high stress work fighting cyber-crime, handsome, Key Alder takes a vacation on a
beautiful Italian coast. He travels from one gorgeous town to another and after a perilous journey lost in the mountains, he settles into his hotel and relaxes.

In a beachside café, next to a warm pale-blue ocean, a performer hands out fliers for an arts festival in a mountain village. Lured by adventure, Key attends an evening performance of fire juggling acrobats in the legendary village piazza.

Beautiful, enigmatic Claudio Di Fiore, the star of the show, sees Key in the audience and is captured by a wonderful feeling he’s unaccustomed to.

Claudio wants Key.

Key is enchanted by Claudio.

A passionate love grows between the two men.

When Claudio’s mysterious ancient family threaten to tear them apart, will Key risk everything to stay with his loved one?

Janet's Review:

Dragon Bridge was incredibly descriptive story. The story was excellent, great plot. 

Key hunts down cyber criminals but he’s lonely and burned out. His brother talks him into taking a vacation. He goes to Italy and gets lost. He meets Claudio, who is a performer. They both seem to catch others eye.  

I loved the fated mate, or maybe mates from another lifetime? They both feel that pull that is instant. 

There’s a good mystery at play here and a family curse. Many twists and turns, a great legend about the bridge. 

Overall, a really great story! Well written with great pacing that sucked me into the story. 

Rating: 4 Stars

Laora's Review:

An original vacation and fantasy story set in Italy. Told from both Key and Claudio, the main characters, their POV.

Key has the most unusual vacation love ever. I really liked the storyline and how all the details are revealed.  

I enjoyed this original love story and had to know what and how all connected, so could not put it down before I knew.

Rating: 5 Stars