Thanks to Netgalley and Entangled Publishing LLC for giving me this book to review.
Most people think that Kitty Lung is an average teenage girl, not a government operative, charged with protecting the president’s son, Jacob, and certainly not a were-dragon. When an operative under Kitty’s command breaks rule number one, don’t change into dragon form in public, the lives of all dragons change. With the government incarcerating dragons and a new enemy having kidnaped Jacob, only Kitty and her best friend Bulisani and the only dragons free. With time running out, is Kitty able to fix everything before she is caught too?
Dragons are People, too is an enjoyable YA paranormal novel about were-dragons, which has action and romance, and is very fast paced. This book has good world building and interesting different types of dragons.
Kitty is smart, tough and has a lot of responsibility on her shoulders, but also has a temper and a lot of teenage angst. However, I did get a bit annoyed at her as she was too perfect, as she was super intelligent, fit and good looking. However, I liked Sani as he was protective, stealthy and thoughtful. I am also glad that there was not a love triangle in this book, as I thought Jacob, the charming president’s son would be a love interest.
Dragons are People, too was an entertaining read and I would recommend it to fans of YA paranormal books about dragons.