Chinese Morning (Dragons Schooled #3) by Emily Carrington #mm #review @loveunleashed


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Travis longs to remain in the magical world which has given him so much pleasure. The only problem: he’s terrible at his job, and without his job he cannot stay. To distract himself, he seeks out the challenge of sexually dominating a dragon.

Chen enjoys being submissive in bed but cannot admit this. Such would mean shame and disgrace. But as he falls for Travis’s mouth and hands and mind, he is forced to accept the truth: submission is where he’s meant to be.

Chen and Travis face off against Chen’s heritage and powerful mother. Will their attraction, bordering on love, be enough to rescue them? addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da14April's Showering Words

This is book three in the series, can be read as a stand-alone book.

Young people try to figure out just who they are.  College is often there first time away from family influences.  Just when things start working out for the better,  a demand for obedience is given Chen.  He is defiant and angry.  He decides that he must fight for the right to live his life his way.

This book brought to mind my younger years, the urge to be free of parental supervision.  Yet also the struggles that all young people go through.   Chen is my favorite character in this book.  He is strong, yet unsure. He is convinced that he finally has a life worth living, and will fight to keep it. Determination in seem strong in his friends, the pulling together to fix a problem is great. I really liked this story and all the characters in it.

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