Thursday, October 20, 2011

Review: About a Dragon by G.A. Aiken

About a Dragon
Dragon Kin #2
by: G.A. Aiken
$6.99 mass market paperback
Zebra Books
Paranormal Romance
Released: December 2008

When Nolwenn witch Talaith is dragged from her bed and taken to be hanged and burned, she can't say she's surprised.  Nor is she surprised to find her husband leading the angry mob.  What does shock her is the silver-maned dragon that flies to her rescue and whisks her away to safety.  He's powerful and attractive, both in his dragon and human form.  Problem is, Mr. Arrogant now thinks because he saved her she now belongs to him.

Briec the Mighty expected this human woman he saved to fall at his feet in gratitude, but what he gets instead is an angry female who tells him where to go and how to get there.  Although he's attracted to his little spitfire, he doesn't understand why she won't just shut up and submit to him.

And when Talaith's dark secret is exposed, Briec must decide if he can commit to her for the long haul, or if her baggage is too much to deal with.

Book 2 gets more into the dragons and their family.  This series does a great job showing us the true arrogance of dragons, and I think Briec is the best example of that.  He never expected a human woman to tell him no, and it was fun to see him knocked down a peg.  Talaith isn't scared of him, and she's a great example of what kind of woman is needed to put up with dragons in a relationship.  The witty banter is hilarious and the sex is smokin-hot.  I love this series.

Carla gives this book a

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