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Draconian Measures (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

J. C. Owens

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Genre: LGBT Fantasy
Related Titles: Gaven and Gaven 2: The Bonding

The immortal Finnarians mate for life and once they find their mate, nothing on earth can make them leave them. But what about when that mate is not Finnarian at all, but a stubborn, fiery, extremely irritable Draconian? What if that Draconian wants nothing at all to do with his Finnarian mate? It seems the Finnarian prince, Sadan, is going to have his work cut out for him. Fortunately, he is just as stubborn and far more persistent than said Draconian has ever had to deal with.

Graitaan is the last remaining Draconian and he has attracted the eye of a Finnarian prince, who claims that he is his bloodmate. Sadan may want to be mated, but Graitaan has developed a passionate hatred for his Finnarian commander, prince or not. Too bad Finnarians are persistent as the hells. Especially this one.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices, violence.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 151 pages
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  • Editeur : Loose Id LLC (10 mai 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B005AK44I4
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Draconian Measures - A Joyfully Recommended Read 13 juillet 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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At one time there were 50 Draconian warriors serving the Masarian kingdom by order of their Emperor far away on the Draconian home world. As the years passed their numbers slowly dwindled until only Graitaan is left, alone with the knowledge that he can never get home. A harsh and lonely life is something Graitaan knows much about growing up an orphan on the streets until Marind, Captain of the City Guard, gave him a chance to become the honorable man he is.

Currently Graitaan is attached to the only other non-human command in the Masarian army, the magical, empathic, and secretive Finnarians. Tall, pointy eared with brilliant blonde hair the Finnarians are considered deadly beauty on the battle field. These immortals are required to drink blood on a regular basis as well.

For eight long years Sadan, commander of the Finnarian detachment has been patiently lusting after Graitaan. Sadan is quite certain that the prickly Draconian is actually his mate which is something his people hold as sacred. Convincing the contrary Draconian that they are destined mates will take a major dose of perseverance. This is one courtship that will be remembered through the ages simply because Sadan figures it will take that long to talk Graitaan into agreeing to their mating. Gods help him, please.

The perfect marriage of a fantasy tale and a love story is found within the pages of Draconian Measures. Graitaan is grouchy, short tempered, and that's on a good day, whereas Sadan is charming and patient. The plotline is straightforward yet the emotional integrity of their love for each other is exceptional - one is accepting and joyful, the other in complete denial. Their romance is the very soul of Draconian Measures. Graitaan doesn't feel worthy of love while Sadan is overflowing with love to share. Take a walk within another world where love matters most in Draconian Measures. I Joyfully recommend Draconian Measures.

Lisa
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 4.5 stars. A too feisty hero, but it's a lovely addition to the series 26 octobre 2011
Par Emanuela - Publié sur Amazon.com
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4.5 stars.

I'll tell you right away that the little something I didn't like in this book was that Graitaan, the Draconian, sometimes reminded me too much of a feisty heroine than a fierce and fearsome hero.

I really like the world building and in this book I think it's even richer than in the previous books. The story is a prequel for the other two books in the series. Graitaan, the last survivor of the Draconian company, and Sadan, the commander of the Finnarian army, have been fighting together for 8 years in a war in the human realm. Graitaan can hardly stand Sadan, while Sadan feels that Graitaan is his destined mate. The story is about a long seduction.

The narration alternates between the point of views of both the male protagonists. Graitaan is probably the more interesting, because he has a troubled past - in a society where belonging to a clan is paramount to have social respect, he is of unknown origins - and he was given a chance by a childless couple. His recollection of the past is very moving. Since he barely survived his childhood, Graitaan is smaller than the other Draconians. Having known little love and a lot of despise, he is a loner and he became more so after losing his companions. I liked that he was proud and almost careless, he reminded me a lot of an adolescent, with a rebellious and uncompromising streak, but also loyal to his mission.

Sadaan was less fleshed out, probably because we only saw him in his pursuit of Graitaan.

In the book we get to see a very young Vlar, the protagonist of the first Gaven books, and he was incredibly cute, almost unrecognizable from the first time we meet him in the series. He had the funniest pages of the story.

This book had much less angst than the Gaven books, but it's characters are more memorable in my opinion, because they are much easier to approach and they are more open and more equal than Gaven/Vlar.

I highly recommend this series, especially this book, but even if it could probably be read before the first two books in the series (or even as a stand-alone) I would recommend to read them in order, because the contrast between the adult and the child Vlar is priceless.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Lovely Read 31 juillet 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I have absolutely no idea why a previous reviewer gave this book such a low score. This is my favourite JC Owens story. Graitaan is crusty but at the same time endearing. He's not the typical cookie cutter hero. Sadan never wavers in his devotion and while most of the time is supremely over confident, he too, is sweet. I didn't find this book boring or slow paced, it was just right. I highly recommend it as a worthy successor to the Gavin story line.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Favorite by J. C. Owens 17 mai 2014
Par L.S.F - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
J. C. Owens’ books are on a short list of automatic-buys for me --I have loved almost everything I’ve read by her, but I probably enjoyed Draconian Measures the most. The juxtaposition of the two first-person perspectives is unusually clever and well done. On one page, poor Graitaan is fuming about the obnoxiousness of Finnarians in general and his commander in particular. On the next, we hear Sadan’s musings on how adorable his “little Draconian’s” temper is. The back and forth between them is bright and witty and full of energy--their sparks not surprisingly give way to scorching sexual heat. Unlike so many romances, the conflict between the couple does not feel at all contrived, but is an inevitable expression of their personalities. Though you never doubt the deep attraction there, you also know it cannot be easy for someone like Graitaan to give in to what he feels and submit to Sadan.

All in all the chemistry and wit made for one of the most satisfying MM fantasies I’ve read.

Note: this is technically the third of the Gaven books: I read it first not realizing it, which did not create any problems for me. I would highly recommend the other two, but this is my favorite.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 You Can't Force Love, But You Can Fight For It 4 mars 2014
Par Sophia Rose - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Chronologically, this one comes before the first two, but I found it was perfect where it was in the reading order. Vlar is one of the heroes in the first two books and this is the story of his parents. I enjoyed this one for its colorful worldbuilding of the two separate cultures, the deep character development and the struggle for the romance and relationship. There are a few spikes of excitement and the big crisis near the end, but for the most part it relies on the romance. Loved it.
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