Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Review: Dragon Witch by Kathy Kulig

Dragon Witch
by: Kathy Kulig
$4.45 e-book
Ellora's Cave
Sci-Fi Erotica
Released: September 2010

A biologist, Jaida has established herself on Somerled, making medicine for the villagers.  She is also the guardian of Kai, the last dragon left on the planet.  Jaida would go to any length to keep Kai safe, even if it means alienating the villagers. 

Brayden and Jaida used to be lovers, until Brayden left her without a backwards glance.  Now he's back, stuck on Somerled for reasons Jaida doesn't entirely trust. 

Although Jaida wants to confide in Brayden, she dares not, because she doubts he'll stick around for long--space pilots never do.  As she, Brayden and Kai make the journey to the coast, Jaida must decide whether she can trust Brayden with Kai's secret--twice a year, Kai turns into a human, and must have sex for a full day or else he'll die. 

As she and Brayden succumb to the passion that burns between them, Brayden must decide if he's okay with letting Kai join them in an erotic adventure the three of them would surely never forget.

Brayden was the pilot to take Jaida to Somerled.  On the trip, they connected, spending lots of time together in Brayden's bed.  Once they got to the planet, however, he left without saying goodbye.  Jaida spent three years trying to forget about Brayden, when he unexpectedly shows up in her life again.  But her first duty is to keep Kai safe, since he's the last dragon of his kind.  She still burns for Brayden, but doesn't think she can trust him.  Anyone who enjoys dragon shifters and some light menage should give this book a try.

Carla gives this book a

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for the fabulous review and kind words. I'm so glad you enjoyed the story. All the best, Kathy