I, Aidan the Divine, am, well divine. My name was given to me by the Dragon Queen herself! I’m a delight! Cheerful. Charming. And a mighty warrior who is extremely handsome with a very large and well-hidden hoard of gold. I am also royal born, despite the fact that most in my family are horrendous beings that don’t deserve to live. And yet, Branwen the Awful—a low-born, no less—either tells me to shut up or, worse, ignores me completely.
SHE SAYS . . .
I’ll admit, I ignore Aidan the Divine because it annoys him. A lot. But, we have so much to do right now, I can’t worry about why he keeps staring at me, or why he always sits so close, or why he keeps looking at me like he’s thinking about kissing me. We have our nations to save and no time for such bloody foolishness . . . no matter how good Aidan looks or how long his spiked tail is. Because if we’re going to win this war before it destroys everything we love, we’ll have to face our enemies together, side by side and without distractions. But if we make it out alive, who knows what the future will hold . . .
“A hot-hot series.” —Library Journal
“This potent story mix is wacky and fun-filled, with plenty of humor and blood-thirsty action.” —RT Book Reviews on Feel the Burn
“A chest thumping, mead-hall rocking, enemy slaying brawl of a good book.” —All Things Urban Fantasy on The Dragon Who Loved Me
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Bring the Heat (Dragon Kin) is SCORCHING HOT! Ancient mountains have been turned to rubble and Annwyl is missing. Aiden and Branwen will follow Keita on a mission. During this time Branwen an Aiden will fall closer together and in bed together. What Branwen doesn’t know is Aiden has fallen for her. One of my favorite moments in the book was when Caswyn at her horse that was dying. Here he is just chomping down on the horse with no idea he was doing anything wrong. Aiden is trying to hold Branwen back from killing Caswyn. He just looks at them, Caswyn that is, and just tells them that the horse was already dying and he was hungry. All Branwen wants to do is kill him for eating her favorite horse. There is many more bust out laughing moments throughout the book. I love all the books in this series, and recommend them to everyone. Branwen and Aiden are just right for each other! They help to balance each other out. I give BRING THE HEAT 5/5 STARS.
I, Gaius Domitus, one-eyed rebel dragon king of the Provinces, know that better than most, since I have to fight off half my ungrateful family on a regular basis to keep law and order here in my lands. But I never expected to have to consort with a barbarian human woman.
Kachka is beautiful, if you like them fierce—and of course I do. But she keeps complaining about how spoiled and decadent I am, and how a feared Daughter of the Steppes has no time for foolish dragons. I think she likes my eye patch, though. It is quite dashing. With death always at our tails, we take our passion like we take our allies. As they say, love the barbarian you’re with…
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FEEL THE BURN is another laugh fest. I don’t know how she can keep the laughs coming in every book, but she does. Kachka is the sister of Elina Shestakova. Kachka is bored, and when she has a chance to go after the Chramnesind Cult she takes it. She goes o her kin to recruit a few of her sisters to help her crush this Cult and rid them from the land. She ends up saving Gaius Domitus, The Iron Dragon. Her sisters are almost as bad as the Cadwaldr dragons. There is one of Kacka’s sisters that is always happy-go-lucky, and is always finding husbands for her daughters. It is really funny to see Kachka try to not kill Zoya because she is so happy. This book will have you laughing out loud. I recommend this book and series to everyone. I give FEEL THE BURN 5/5 STARS.
Some things never go away, like vile enemies, bad ale, and annoying kin. But I thought I was finished with the one dragon I’d have done anything for: Éibhear the Blue, a big, gorgeous, blue-haired beast who thinks the world belongs to him. The world and, apparently, me.So if Éibhear wants to play the caring hero and travel into the most forsaken of Gods forsaken lands to protect the one woman who doesn’t need it–namely me–I’ll let him. Because while I’m trying to fulfill a ridiculous quest for a pushy god, I’m going to draw this overconfident warlord much too close, rekindle his fires, and enjoy every minute of his delicious defeat…BOOK DESCRIPTION COURTESY OF AMAZONThis was a great book with well-developed characters and story line. Like with every G.A. Aiken book you have sarcasm, humor, and wit. It will have you laughing out loud, just make sure you are not eating or drinking anything, because you will probably inhale wrong or spit it out as you laugh. Éibhear was sent by Ragnar to bring her back to Garbhán Isle. She does not believe him and she is not leaving until she finishes the assignment for Queen Annwyl. So Éibhear is staying there with her like a trusted companion.He is basically going to be a thorn in her side the whole time. It is great to hear the sarcasm between the brothers. I loved this book like I do all of G.A. Aiken’s books and I give it 5/5 stars.
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 kind.So 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 putting 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. .
This is a great addition to the Dragon Kin series, with its sarcastic,dark humor will have you laughing out loud . The character development and story line are well-developed. Rhona and Vigholf are great together. Vigholf wants Rhona and has warned the other dragons away from her, but he has not made his feelings known to her yet. Rhona has helped raise her siblings when her mother would go off to battle, all she wants to do is follow in her father’s footsteps and be a blacksmith. Her mother wants her to be a commanding officer like her. this is one of those books that makes you laugh out loud, it has the perfect mixture of humor, sex, suspense and action. It will pull you in and not let you go until you have read the last page. The banter between Vigholf and Rhona is great. I loved reading THE DRAGON WHO LOVED ME, so I give it 5/ 5 stars. I recommend it to everyone to read it and the other Dragon Kin novels.
“Sexy and outrageous humor.” —Romantic TimesI know what they see when they look at me. The charming, soft-spoken dragoness bred from the most powerful of royal bloodlines. A disguise stronger than any battle shield that allows me to keep all suitors at tail’s length. A technique that’s worked until him. Until Ragnar the Cunning, handsome barbarian warlord and warrior mage from the desolate Northlands. Unlike those who’ve come before him, he does not simply submit to my astounding charm and devastating smile. Instead, he dismisses me as vapid, useless and, to my great annoyance, rather stupid!Yet I’ll allow no male to dismiss me. Soon he’ll learn my worth, my many skills, and the strength of my will. For this one challenges me enough to make me want to ruthlessly taunt him, tease him and, finally, when the trap is set, bring him to his knees.
I loved reading the story about Keita and Ragnar.The way that everyone believes she is a spoiled, pampered, airhead, but she has them all fooled. She is the smartest and dangerous one of the bunch. When Ragnar ignores or dismisses her it makes Keita tease, taunt and then bring him to wanting her. The characters and story line are well-developed, and it is great to see how the characters from previous books are getting along. The dialogue between Keita and Ragnar is really hilarious, that it will have you bursting out laughing at the wrong time. I always enjoy a Dragon kin novel and any thing G.A. Aiken writes. I give Last Dragon Standing 5/5 stars.