Review: About a Dragon by G.A. Aiken

Review: About a Dragon by G.A. Aiken
About a Dragon
Book Info

Released: December 1, 2008
Pages: 360

“These dragons are hilarious!” ~ Under the Covers

These dragons are hilarious! They are all so grouchy and so full of themselves! And Briec, God! Well, he thinks he is a God and everyone should bow at his feet. Women included. Talaith included. He first sees her around town and is bespelled by her beauty, but she rejects him, telling him she’s married. Later on said husband, along with the whole town, try to burn her because they believe her a witch. And who comes to her rescue?Well, of course a very sexy dragon. And when Talaith realizes the dragon is the beautiful warrior she met earlier, she has to fight and control her emotions, from scared to death of the big bad dragon, to being reduced to a puddle of goo at the arrogant’s feet!It’s not immediate, but he gets his way with her and slowly weaves himself into her heart, even though he doesn’t even know that’s what he wants. They bicker and fight throughout most of the book (which is HIGHLY entertaining), and even though in this book I felt it was a tad too much and annoying at times, it still made me laugh.There are new, surprising developments in the Annwyl/Fearghus household. We get to meet a wonderful new addition to the cast, Talaith’s daughter, Izzy. I want her and Eobhear to end up together, how cute would that be? Especially with how much she bothers him.I can’t say this enough but I really would like Morfyd to get her own book, I guess maybe she doesn’t, and there is a bit more of her story in this one, I can’t wait to read more about her!!!

And of course there’s Gwenvael. Adorable! I can’t wait to read his book. Next, right, right?

This wasn’t my favorite book in this series, or from this author, but it does have a lot to live up to. But a fun addition to the series nonetheless.



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About G.A. Aiken

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author G.A. Aiken 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 Shelly Laurenston. Find out more about this New York Times and USA Today Bestselling authors books at


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