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About A Dragon (Dragon Kin, Book 2) (edition 2008)

by G. A. Aiken

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Title:About A Dragon (Dragon Kin, Book 2)
Authors:G. A. Aiken
Info:Zebra (2008), Edition: Reprint, Mass Market Paperback, 352 pages
Collections:Paranormal Romance
Tags:Paranormal Romance, Dragons

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Mystical gods, witches and dragons, fighting for love and power.I loved the smart mouth strong and independent warrior women, fight along side their dragons/men. No pretty pampered princesses in this book. The men/dragons are of course very handsome alpha males, who have a lot to learn when dealing with strong women. Which of course they had problems doing.
I only had a few hiccups with this book..Hot, graphic scenes between the sheets and other places between several characters got a bit too much at times. It seemed like the story was stopped dead for their sex scenes a few times. I missed the world details the back ground was vague and disappointing.
I still gave it 4 stars, the characters had me laughing and cheering for them. It was a good story and I would have liked more work put into it. ( )
  TheYodamom | Jan 29, 2016 |
This is Book 2 of G.A. Aiken's Dragon Kin series . . another enjoyable read that could have easily stood on it's own merit had the "dragon porn" aspect been excluded. Action, adventure, romance and a goodly amount of witchcraft, dragon-winged adventure and laugh-aloud humor kept me engaged and anticipating whatever lurked around the next corner. I'm looking forward to Book 3. ( )
  idajo2 | Nov 3, 2015 |
Entertaining paranormal story with snarky humor, lots of steamy scenes and plenty of action including warriors who on their own can defeat a whole battalion. An angry mob is in the process of hanging witch Talaith when she is saved by dragon Briec.
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  Dawn772 | Jan 29, 2015 |
Again, another incredibly fun, sweet and encapturing read. Loved it! Talaith certainly put Briec in his place and then from that point on it was just indiluted fun for us readers. ;) ( )
  msralways | Aug 19, 2014 |
Its a continuation from the first book.

Its so funny.... I don't know how a story about annoying dragons, war, a witch in a bond to a scheming goddess and more blood and beheading can be so funny. Sure, its an adult fantasy aka paranormal romance with too many insults and sex and stuff but its really that hard to not like.

Its truly infectious. I never seen dragon royalties being written this way. Its like Skyrim with a lot of "arrow in the knee" jokes. And I adore Skyrim, who isn't?

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  aoibhealfae | Sep 23, 2013 |
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