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Book by Aiken GA

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  • Poche: 352 pages
  • Editeur : Zebra Books; Édition : Reprint (1 décembre 2008)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1420103741
  • ISBN-13: 978-1420103748
  • Dimensions du produit: 10,6 x 2,6 x 17,1 cm
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5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Amazon Customer le 20 février 2009
Format: Poche
Oh I liked this one! Witty, sexy, somewhat tongue-in-cheek, the kind of read that pulls you in and takes you along. This book actually has 2 stories in it - something that would have put me off had I known in advance as I like my stories long and detailed. The second one is a bit brief but as it's kind of a background filler-in on the first one it can be quite forgiven for the lack of fullness. The first story has all the detail one could wish for.

It's hard to buy books online when there are no story blurbs. I found this one on another website and the reviews there were all very good.
A brief rundown: our heroine, the fierce warrior Annwyl the Bloody, is left for dead in a clearing outside of the city where her villain brother rules. She collapses outside a huge cave, is saved and nursed back to health by the inhabitant who is able to shift to human at will. There follows a witty romp with the girl training and falling in lust with the man, also a warrior, by day and conversing and falling in love with the dragon (at least his temperament) by night - completely unaware they are one and the same, at first.....

A last word; if you enjoy shapeshifting and parallel worlds, try the Tairen Soul books by C L Wilson. Not humorous like this book, but very absorbing, riveting stuff.
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Une intrigue fournie et une approche originale des dragons. Un très bon premier tome qui donne envie de lire la suite.
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Sharper Than A Dragon's Claw... A Distressing Damsel's Wicked Tongue 3 décembre 2008
Par melindeeloo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
If you've been dying to read Distressing Damsel by Shelly Laurenston (a G.I. Aiken alter ego), but just couldn't see laying out the cash for this hard to find older release, here's your chance. About a Dragon is a rerelease of that second book in the Dragon Kin series. The first story, Dragon Actually, and two prequel 'shorts' -- previously only epublished --were released in print for the first time earlier this fall.

About a Dragon follows human-shifting dragon `Briec the Mighty', as he becomes intrigued by the beautiful peasant Talaith. Talaith rejects the initial advance of the oddly beautiful `Knight' but is kidnapped by Briec in dragon form just as she is about to be both hanged and burned as a witch by her fellow villagers - with her husband fanning the flames. Talaith is pretty freaked by the dragon, but doesn't remained cowed for long. Talaith has a wickedly acidic tongue and employs it almost continuously, but of course being a dragon, Talaith's sarcasm and need to constantly be picking a fight only makes Briec want her more. And though Briec initially just wanted to bed the witch, he finds himself wanting to keep her for a few hundred years. But Talaith can't allow herself to get close to anyone - she has some deep dark secrets and her life is not her own - but as hard as she tries to resist the arrogant Briec, she can't help but fall and fall hard for the sexy beast.

Laurenston's medieval dragonshifters and their deadly mates are every bit as wickedly funny and sexy as the contemporary shifters in her Pride books. Apart from the way Laurenston delivers a steaming hot - I suppose with dragonshifters that should be flaming hot - offbeat romance, what makes Laurenston's books so much fun is all of the wacky supporting characters and their interactions. Back from Dragon Actually are the starring pair Fearghus and Annwyl, along with Briec and Fearghus' other siblings, witch Morfyd - whose pursuit by her love interest suffers from continuous inlaw/sibling-interruptus - and their other brothers, the slutty and clueless Gwenvael and the sweet `baby' brother Eibhear. Add Talaith's irrepressible long lost daughter and a dragon-God into the mix and you have the recipe for at least four or five more fun books.

Oh now, I'm squealing like a fan girl - sorry. I really do enjoy these, even with a minor language nit ( there are fair number of usages of few of my un-favorite words). Oh, if you have a problem with violence, Annwyl is back and her nickname is `Annwyl the Bloody' for good reason and heads do roll, so be forewarned. Still I can't wait for the next one. If you haven't read Dragon Actually, do yourself a favor and read it first. About a Dragon relies on good deal of setup and a fair number of character introductions from the previous book, so you'll enjoy this one so much more if you do.

[G I Aiken (Shelley Laurenston) Dragon Kin]
Dragon Actually (Dragon Kin, Book 1) ( two previously epublished stories)
---- "To Challenge A Dragon" --- Ferghus (Briec's Brother) and Annywl,
---- "Flames and Chains" -- Briec's parents Rhiannon and Bercelek)
About A Dragon (Dragon Kin, Book 2) ( reissue of Distressing Damsel: Book 2 of the Dragon Kin )
Everlasting Bad Boys -- Aidean and Shalin (Briec's grandparents)
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Super! 20 juillet 2009
Par Neker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Bloodthirsty, sexy, and funny! Oh! My! How can you not laugh out loud at a stuffy, stuck up, arrogant dragon, who in one scene begins talking to his "member" (then makes said member answer him back by knodding)? I swear I had to hush some of my laughs so that people didn't begin looking at me strangly. This second book in the series is wonderful. The characters are bloodthirsty, sarcastic, sexy,---I can go on and on, but really, you'd just get bored--and funny as heck!

For those who are curious, Talaith is a witch about to be burned at the stake, when a dragon (Briec the Arrogant...eh...I mean...the Mighty!)shows up to rescue her. She so obviously doesn't want to be taken, and he very obviously has decided to keep her. For fans from the first book, you'll be happy to know that Gwenvael the Handsome plays a big and hilarious role in this book. I love it when they slap him then say "accident." Plus, the youngest brother, Eibhear the Nice, has a few interesting problems of his own.

The third is not coming out until September and I can't wait!
10 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
engaging humorous medieval paranormal romantic thriller 6 décembre 2008
Par Harriet Klausner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
For over a decade and a half, powerful Nolwenn witch Talaith has tolerated marriage in order to keep her beloved daughter Izzy safe from harm. The goddess Arzhela has held Izzy captive using her as a pawn to insure Talaith cooperates when the time is right to use the witch's skills; hence the marriage of convenience for her.

Were-dragon Briec the Mighty sees Talaith and decides he wants her sexually (not as a snack). When he rescues her from an angry mob, he expects gratitude and sex. Instead he receives constant verbal tiradea ripping his scales off. In fact her chatter is giving him a headache whether he is in human or dragon form. Talaith makes it abundantly clear no sex without rescuing her daughter although she silently keeps to herself she would not mind riding this steed. As they argue for who is on top, neither is aware there is a dangerous scenario coming their way, which could prove fatal to both of them and much of the realm.

Returning to the Dragon Kin fantasy realm (see DRAGON ACTUALLY), G.A. Aiken provides another engaging humorous medieval paranormal romantic thriller. The jocular story line is fast-paced from the moment Briec and Talaith define tongue exchange 180 degrees differently and never slows down from one verbal battle to another. However, even with the gender war on-going, there remains a critical subplot filled with action especially deadly battles. Although Zebra states ABOUT A DRAGON was previously published as THE DISTRESSING DAMSEL, sub-genre readers will enjoy the war of words between the dragon and the witch as the foreplay of a lethal background.

Harriet Klausner
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ALL About a Dragon!!!!!! 26 août 2010
Par A. McKinnon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is Book 2 in the Dragon Kin series. Things you should know about this series: it is utterly ridiculous, laugh out loud funny... it is pure absurdity... and it is fabulous.

I keep thinking that I have found my favorite couple- seriously, who could beat Fearghus & Annwyl??? Yet they keep coming! And the remaining supporting characters are also just as endearing!

Briec and Talaith are both arrogant and strong willed. They are both sharp tongued and short tempered. And their romance is something like watching an avalanche... from the inside.

This also has the added benefit, for those of you who pay attention to such things, of a heroine of color. As a mixed person, I don't see nearly enough and Talaith is a full blooded, darker skinned woman if ever there was one- yet her skin tone is also meaningless to the story. (Ahhh- bliss!!!) Well done G.A. Aiken!!!

There isn't much I can say, except- if you are in the mood for ridiculous, yet strangely sexy romance, you are going to love this.
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Just the right balance of story and "steam" 11 mai 2011
Par LadyH95 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I really enjoyed this book. I'm starting to get wrapped up in the family and enjoy seeing how the characters intertwine. The characthers were well developed. The plot kept moving with no major slow spots. There was enough "steam" to keep me interested, but I wouldn't consider it blatant erotica. There was nice balance between story and sex to keep me interested in the book as well as the series.
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