Onyx Dragons: Malachite by Starla Night – A Book Review

Posted April 29, 2019 by Booksandblurbs in Fantasy, PNR, Reviews / 0 Comments

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Dragon VIP: Malachite

(Onyx Dragons: 7 Virgin Brides for 7 WereDragon Billionaires)

by Starla Night
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Stand-Alone Within Series, Fantasy/Alien BBW Paranormal Romance

Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down and Dirty

A fun and titillating story that rocks the genre in just the right ways.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

Dragon shifter CEO Malachite “Mal” Onyx doesn’t have time for relationships. But the domineering billionaire has no choice – either marry a human female and produce dragonlets or return to his home planet Draconis and take the claw of Empress Horribus.

Where can he find a willing bride? Preferably one who is lush and curvy, with soft brown hair and sparkling green eyes, and who makes his soul light on fire. Like that shy, secretive intern, Cheryl…

Drooling over smoking hot dragon shifters under the pretense of drawing them is a definite perk of Cheryl’s graphic design internship. Especially the hard-bodied CEO, who’s as ripped as Superman and flies, too.

But when her next “duties as assigned” turn out to be marrying him, she has to think hard before turning Mal down. There’s something sweetly endearing about his impossible demands, and the toe-curling kisses offer their own irresistible enticement….

A dragon male has never turned down the Empress. Dragon society is about to be rocked by a shy, curvy female from an unimportant little planet named Earth!


Guilty pleasure

This is a silly, irreverent and totally ridiculous romp that both thrilled and tickled – a guilty pleasure to be sure. Alien dragons with NO sense of how human females really work, forced by circumstance and family into finding human wives. What could possibly go wrong?


Third Person, Multiple POV

Ending Type


Steam Level

Though X rated, there is a charming aspect to the chemistry here. Am I weird for thinking that? lol


  • Frankly, it’s adorable.
  • Steamy.
  • Well edited.
  • You’re going to laugh – then want to smack a dragon.
  • Amber. LOVE her.


  • Cheryl is PAINFULLY shy and insecure. I cringed.


4 out of 5 Stars

A guilty pleasure read that will help take you out of your head for an enjoyable couple hours.

Published February 19th, 2019

296 Pages

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