Book Review: A Fellowship of Librarians & Dragons

 


Spilling the tea has never been so cozy…In the quaint town of Adenashire, Doli Butterbuckle, a people-pleasing sunshine dwarf, is content with her simple tea magic and circle of friends. It’s true she’s never quite lived up to family expectations, but life is just fine—until her parents arrive with an inherited dragon egg and a charming gargoyle harboring a secret stroll into her life.


As Doli grapples with her newfound responsibility and discovers a long hidden side of herself, she must face an overbearing family, a sinister plot, and a mischievous dragon that refuses to stay out of trouble.

But with the help of her loyal friends and newfound love, Doli embarks on a heartwarming adventure, revealing that embracing her true self is the most enchanting path of all.

Escape to Adenashire for a whimsical, cozy fantasy where every steaming cup of tea holds the promise of inner strength.


My Review

It is great to be back in Adenashire. I loved the first book and the cast of characters. Coming back is like visiting with friends. I have grown closer with everyone. Doli is the star of this book. It was great to get to know her better. 

Falling (literally) for the gargoyle you find handsome is one way to get his attention. Although, I don't fault Doli for falling for Sarson. He is sweet and had a mysterious aire about him. Someone not a fan is Jez. The way that Jez kept giving Sarson the evil eye was hilarious. 

A new addition to the group that I loved is Evvy, the dragon. She sure brought the entertainment. I was so immersed in this book that I read it in one sitting. I can't wait to read the next book. 

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