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ABOUT A DRAGON
by G.A. Aiken

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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Oil and fire have nothing on this combustible pair! Aiken returns to her Dragon Kin world with another over-the-top, outrageously funny adventure. The witty repartee, sexy humor and hard-core battles make this tale an interesting juxtaposition. There are no shrinking violets in this fantasy world, and the familial relationships between the Dragon Kin add an extra flair to the magical mayhem. Sizzling, offbeat fun!

For almost 16 years, Nolwenn witch Talaith has endured a forced
marriage to protect her hostage-held daughter Izzy. The goddess Arzhela has big plans for Talaith's skills, and holding Izzy is a bargaining chip to ensure her cooperation. But no one counts on Talaith catching the eye of roving dragon Briec. Assuming he will be rewarded sexually, Briec snatches Talaith from an angry mob -- only she doesn't immediately fall at his feet. In fact, she won't quit verbally chastising him. To save her daughter, Talaith can't let anything get in her way, especially an arrogant and sexy dragon. (ZEBRA, Dec., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Zebra

Published: December 2008

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