The Dragon Who Loved Me

The Dragon Who Loved Me

by G. A. Aiken
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The Dragon Who Loved Me by G. A. Aiken

“Sexy and outrageous humor.”—Romantic Times 

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…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781420108897
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 09/01/2011
Series: G. A. Aiken's Dragon Kin Series
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 4.30(w) x 6.77(h) x 1.09(d)

About the Author

Originally from Long Island, New York Times bestselling author G.A. Aiken has resigned herself to West Coast living, which involves healthy food, mostly sunny days, and lots of guys not wearing shirts when they really should be. Writing as Shelly Laurenston, she is also the creator of the wickedly funny Pride series. For more info about G.A. Aiken’s dangerously and arrogantly sexy dragons, go to gaaiken.com.

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Dragon Who Loved Me 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 142 reviews.
DudeRanchWoman More than 1 year ago
I love all of Shelly Laurenston / GA Aiken's books - they're always funny, sexy, exciting and interesting an a fabulously off beat way and this one is no exception. Rhona & Vigholf are a a fun pair and the overall storyline was moved forward. Can't wait for the next installment.
theReader278 More than 1 year ago
I loved reading this book. It has a great mix of action, humor, romance and suspense.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A nice blend of action, romance, fantasy and comedy. Kept me engaged the whole way through. If you are looking for something funny, a bit naughty, and very entertaining, then I recommend this book.
KellieRVA More than 1 year ago
Everything by GA Aiken is awesome.
ljas More than 1 year ago
I've been a complete fan of this series since I discovered it. This story didn't really feel complete. The story between the heroine and hero clearly wasn't that interesting. It required multiple side trips to visit other characters. And this one was a bit more serious than others, while still having the sharp tongues and over-the-top crazy characters.
AMayaFan More than 1 year ago
I love G A Aikens dragon series. I enjoyed this book, its not the best in the series and I would suggest reading all the books starting from the beginning as the characters are reoccurring. As a whole I would say this is a 5 star seris that has continued to keep me captivated and laughing.
SharingBooks More than 1 year ago
I've totally enjoyed this series! I loved the characters, got totally involved in the story, and found myself laughing out loud at the wit and charm. Defininately read these in order. Recommend: Kresley Cole's Immortals After Dark series; Gena Showalter's Lords of the Underworld series; J.R. Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood series; and Jennifer Cruisie's Agnus and the Hitman.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you love a good Fantasy involving Dragons and humor, this is a must read. I love G.A Aiken's Dragon series - the most humorous, belly rolling, laugh out loud romance novel you can read. This novel is about Rhona and Vigholf...two hard core warriors where subtlety is completely lost on.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series. These books always make me laugh, and this one was no different. The problem I had with this book is how it skipped around to different characters all the time. I am pretty sure there is more in here about the secondary characters than there was about the main characters. I found myself skipping parts just to get back to who the book was supposed to be about.
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This one involved alot of war story and included lots of story including all the main characters. Really enjoyed the children in this book.
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amandangnt More than 1 year ago
A book of the dragon kin series, I love this series. Couldn't put any of the books down! Can't wait for more to the series!!!
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it is a very entertaining and different.
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Like the previous book, the romance in The Dragon Who Loved doesn't get to hog the spotlight. In this latest Dragon Kin story there's sort of a three pronged attack with the starring pair being the focus as they move between the other main threads with: the dragon brothers (Briec, Feargus, Gwenvael, and Eibhear), their Cadwaladr kin and the Northern Dragons in one battling group; Annwyl and Izzy sneaking off from Annwyl's army for a secret mission in another; and Dagmar, and Talaith minding the kids and holding down the home front in the third - all of which allows us to catch up with pretty much everyone from all of the past books. It was fun to see past characters, though some of them don't quite 'pop' like they did in their own stories. The leading pair this time is a Cadwaladr cousin Rhona, and while she is every bit as deadly as her kin, Rhona is, gasp, a nurturer so much different than our past leading ladies and Vigholf who has seemed a bit cloddish in the past book is amazing patient in waiting for his chance with the dragoness he has decided is his and ends up a pretty decent leading man - um, dragon. There are weapons and wounds along the way for Rhona and Vigholf but for a dragon dragon pairing, their courtship is amazingly smooth but still steamy and satisfying and wrapped up in a happily ever after - unlike previous pair Keita and Ragna who are here briefly and who are still working on theirs. There is plenty of action with a fair number of skirmishes on the way as this story eventually brings almost everyone together for an epic battle, but I didn't find The Dragon Who Loved Me to be as nonstop hilarious as my favorite in the series, What A Dragon Should Know - which is probably going to continue to be a hard act to follow, it was just that funny - but there still are enough laugh out loud moments to give it that Aiken flavor. I have to mention Izzy and Eibhear. Eibhear who started out endearing in the earlier books, is not at his best in this story. It's time for him to grow up, but with events that occur that transition is going to be a painful one and I hope that once he comes out the other side, Eibhear is ends up being a character I can root for - I wasn't a fan of Eibhear in this book. And there is no steamy tension between the pair in the one scene that they have together here, so nothing to to move them any closer to a happily ever after or even the hope of one in the near future. There were, however, some interesting additions to the cast, as the Annwyl picks up some new allies, and I am betting that we'll be seeing one or both with books of their soon and even though series has moved to being more ensemble pieces instead of one-couple-a-book romances, I will definitely be on the look out for more of Aiken's Dragonkin.
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