Review: Claiming Julia by Charisma Knight

Claiming Julia by Charisma Knight 


Story Rating: 4 out of 5 paddles

Sting Factor (kink):  3 out of 5 paddles


Constantly butting heads with her boss, Julia Jones discovers there is more to him than meets the eye.

Dragon shifter, Angus McNamara craves Julia with everything he has and seeks to consume the ebony beauty in more ways than one. His biggest challenge is bringing her to terms with what she is while claiming her as his Fire Mate, the way a true Connricualen Dragon should. However, Julia Jones has other plans. Or so she thinks…

Can they put their differences aside long enough to seize a chance at love, or will they forfeit their opportunity and continue their heated dance of dominance?


This short, fast paced book features Julia who is a curvy businesswoman working for Angus;  a sexy yet demanding man who drives her crazy in more ways than one.

Julia dreams of Angus and his tender loving side who cherishes her body and soul. Yet the fantasies morph into a nightmare when  she sees him turning into a beast. This beast does not scare her which only adds to her confusion. Julia senses there is something different about Angus yet she has no idea what. Drawn to him in ways she can’t understand she fights the attraction. One night Angus comes to her home and the result changes her life forever.

Remembering the words of her grandmother and the stories of her childhood she realises she and Angus are one and the same. Both hold a secret power and second nature inside them for they are both dragons.

Both dominant by nature Angus finds it frustrating that Julia refuses to submit to him which is the way of the dragon. He takes a firmer hand with her which Julia soon relishes and changes her life forever.

Being a fan of supernatural and shape shifting stories “Claiming Julia” by Charisma Knight is an enjoyable change from other shape shifter stories. Charisma Knight has done a great job with this story, although it is a little on the short side. It is an enjoyable read and we can only but keep our fingers crossed for more.

Reviewed by HellKat

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