Review: Dashing Through the Stars (The Ujal #5)(Dragons of Preor #0.5) by Celia Kyle as Erin Tate

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The Ujal #5, Dragons of Preor #0.5
Celia Kyle as Erin Tate
Science Fiction Paranormal
December 1, 2015
eBook
77
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The holidays are a time of love, joy, and… meeting a new alien species?

Prince of the Ujal, Tave fa V’yl-Zeret, will do anything to make his mate happy. Even if that means celebrating a holiday he does not understand. (Tave does not care what human lore states, a single human could not circle the globe and deliver toys to every child.)

This year’s biggest concern isn’t whether he purchased enough toys for his youngling, but the alien battleship that enters Earth’s orbit.

Are they friend? Or foe? Will Tave’s family and friends live to see Christmas morning? Or will they all perish on Christmas Eve? For there is a humbug willing to go to any lengths to stop peace talks. Lengths that include kidnapping royalty and… assassination.

Part of the UJAL series:
Vados
Tave
Rhal
Erun
Dashing Through the Stars

 

Dashing Through the Stars is a short story in The Ujal series. 

This short story showcase the fist couple Prince Tave, Principessa Rina, and their daughter Teresa during Christmas time. It also gives us a brief introduction to Melissa Walker, the nanny to Teresa, and a short introduction to a new alien race, the Preor dragons, and why they have come to earth. 

The whole Ujal series has been ok and fun to read. I read the Dragons of Preor series first; before I deiced to pick up The Ujal, since the Ujal came first in the world. I actually enjoyed the Dragons of Preor series more than The Ujal.

Dashing Through the Stars was just an ok read. Their wasn’t much to it. 

Rated: 3 Stars

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Melanie Simmons
October 27, 2019 8:35 am

I really want to try this series. I do enjoy Celia Kyle. Great review.