Book Review The Priestess and the Dragon by Nicolette Andrews

Book Review The Priestess and the Dragon by Nicolette Andrews Review by Dawn Thomas Publisher: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. 440 Pages Fantasy, Myths & Legends, Asian Suzume, a disowned daughter of the emperor, was banished to the temple to be a priestess. During a ritual when she was to be presented as the bride of the mountain god, something went wrong. She was walking up to the temple when she unleashed power and broke the seal on the Yokai. The Yokai, a dragon named Kaito, was angry and wanted revenge on Kazue, his lover, who sealed him away five hundred years ago. He wanted to find her reincarnation and kill her for sealing him away all those years ago. Neither Suzume nor Kaito realize that Suzume is the reincarnation as they begin their adventure together. Along the way, they met other immortal mythical beings. Suzume had only read about them and did not believe they existed before she unsealed Kaito. Rin, a Kitsume (an immortal fox), heard of Kaito’s release and went to find him. They traveled to a shrine where Rin told Suzume how to channel her power to use Kazue’s staff, but Suzume questioned Rin’s motives. While at…