G.A. Aiken: The Dragon Who Loved Me



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I was raised for battle And as the first daughter of a warrior family I ve earned my reputation the hard way Yet now I fight alongside uncivilized male Northland dragons who think a female is only good for breeding and waiting back home in the cave But it s the foolish and foolhardy who would try to stop me Rhona the Fearless from doing what I do best destroying the enemies of my kindSo the smartest thing wily barbarian Vigholf the Abhorrent can do for me is stay out of my way as we risk all on a deadly mission in enemy territory I don t care if he s fascinated by me even though he is as attractive as he is resourceful He s having far too much fun utting me in difficult situations and testing my sense of duty to the limit And I m going to enjoy challenging his insufferable confidence outwitting his schemes and making him surrender in the wildest ways A great addition to the Dragon Kin series from GAAiken I adore the entire clan But a small warning there are some events in the book that might be confusing if you haven t read the Idle Ideas in 1905 previous books in the series The entire story arc is sometimes difficult to follow even if you read the booksI love both Rhona and Vigholf Rhona never really enjoyed war unlike 90% of her family but she s a great soldier and that stupid Lightning that says otherwise clearly has no idea what he s talking about Vigholf for hisart knows that the female can take care of herself but his instincts tell him he s the one who should rotect Of course that s the reason they spent the last five years arguing We get to. Come on barbarian light my fireI was raised for battle And as the first daughter of a warrior family I’ve earned my reputation the hard way Yet now I fight alongside uncivilized male Northland dragons who think a female is only good for breeding and waiting back home in the cave But it’s the fooli.

See a lot of characters from the revious books Mostly the royals and of course Anwyl the Bloody I love that woman It s nice seeing them again except for Keita that dragon is so bloody annoyingview spoilerAnd it s nice that there s finally Thief of Lies (Library Jumpers, peace in the kingdom I wasn t so happy to discover that most of the couples spent years apart especiallyoor Gwanvael hide spoiler 45 stars 45 stars one of the best in the series and one of my favorite new releases this yearI couldn t ut this book down great mix of action humor romance and suspense I liked the main characters and how their relationship developed over the first half of the book They didn t immediately jump into bed together It was good seeing the characters from the earlier books the way the author brought them back into this book was very well handled Except for Keita who continues to get on my nerves She wasn t in this one a lot thank goodness There s a lot of violence in this book but I like a good fight scene so that s ok by me The war scenes at the end were very suspenseful and full of action I was on the edge of my seat The dialogue was well written often funny and believable Up until now book 3 has been my favorite Gwenvael Dagmar were hilarious but this was even better Aiken really brought her A game with The Dragon Who Loved Me Can t wait for the next oneIf you haven t read this series it s one of the better fantasy romancePNR series about dragon shapeshifters Best to read the books in order since each story builds on the earlier ones and characters show up in later boo. Sh and foolhardy who would try to stop me Rhona the Fearless from doing what I do best destroying the enemies of my kindSo the smartest thing wily barbarian Vigholf the Abhorrent can do for me is stay out of my way as we risk all on a deadly mission in enemy territory I don’t care if he’s fascinat.

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Ks The books tend to have a lot of actionviolence bawdy humor and a nice amount romance The sex scenes are typical for what you find in mainstream romance books steamy but not over the top 35 starsI strongly suggest you read this series in order These are not stand alone romance novels written in the same world It s an ongoing series that includes one or couples falling for each otherwhile hacking enemies into bloody bits Each story in the Dragon Kin series includes a huge cast of characters from revious books that continue to Protectors of the Stars (Theias Moons, play relevantarts in the story So seriouslyread the other books first if you canAnd that brings us to my The Total Fishing Manual (Field Stream) problem My library doesn t carry all of the books Soooo I ve had to read what I can get my hands onwhen I can get my hands on them Which means that I haven t read them all and certainly not in order Even though this book was enjoyable Irobably would have been able to get out of it if I wasn t missing hunks of information But it wouldn t be fair of me to take off stars for something that isn t in any way the author s faultI thought both of the main characters in this book were very likable And like all of the books in the series there were lots of sweet ishfunny moments between the couple It was definitely a fun read even if I didn t get all of the references to some of the other characters or lot linesRecommended for girls who like a bit of blood and gore with their romance A lusty testosterone filled and laugh out loud funny romance guaranteed to make you fall in love I m a huge fan of GA Aiken s ak. Ed by me even though he is as attractive as he is resourceful He’s having far too much fun utting me in difficult situations and testing my sense of duty to the limit And I’m going to enjoy challenging his insufferable confidence outwitting his schemes and making him surrender in the wildest ways.

Shelly LaurenstonNew York Times and USA Today Bestselling author GA Aiken Originally from Long Island New York lives on the West Coast and spends most of her time writing and making sure her rescued Pittie doesn’t love everyone into a coma When she’s not writing about sexy dragons she’s writing about sexy wolf lion tiger and other fang filled predators under the name