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About a Dragon

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For Nolwenn witch Talaith, a bad day begins with being dragged from bed by a mob intent on her crispy end and culminates in rescue by - wait for it - a silver maned dragon. Existence as a hated outcast is nothing new for a woman with such powerful secrets. The dragon, though? A tad unusual. This one has a human form to die for, and knows it.
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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 352
Erscheinungsdatum 01.12.2008
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-4201-0374-8
Verlag Kensington Publishing
Maße (L/B/H) 17,2/10,5/2,7 cm
Gewicht 189 g
Buch (Taschenbuch, Englisch)
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Fantastisch!
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden am 10.02.2010

Dies ist der zweite Teil aus G.A. Aikens Drachenserie nach "Dragon Actually" und was soll ich sagen - er ist genauso fantastisch :) Dieses Mal ist Briec "the Mighty" dran, seine wahre Gefährtin zu finden und das tut er - und wie! Talaith ist eine tolle Heldin und hat die... Dies ist der zweite Teil aus G.A. Aikens Drachenserie nach "Dragon Actually" und was soll ich sagen - er ist genauso fantastisch :) Dieses Mal ist Briec "the Mighty" dran, seine wahre Gefährtin zu finden und das tut er - und wie! Talaith ist eine tolle Heldin und hat die nötige Stärke, Mut und ja auch die Arroganz um Briec würdig zu sein. Dass Briec´s Beiname "The Mighty" ist, sagt natürlich schon einige unterhaltsame Wortgefechte an. Zur Story möchte ich gar nicht so viel sagen, die erzählt sich von selber. Nur so viel - die Reihe gehört garantiert zu den besten Paranormalen Romanen auf dem Markt!

A funny fantasy romance, book 2 of the Dragon-series
von S. Fischer am 08.05.2009

This is the 2nd title in the Dragon-series (the others are 'Dragon Actually' and 'Can't get enough' in the anthology 'Everlasting bad boys'). It may be interesting to know that the author also writes as Shelly Laurenston and that this book was originally published under the title 'The Distressing... This is the 2nd title in the Dragon-series (the others are 'Dragon Actually' and 'Can't get enough' in the anthology 'Everlasting bad boys'). It may be interesting to know that the author also writes as Shelly Laurenston and that this book was originally published under the title 'The Distressing Damsel' and under the name Laurenston, not Aiken. The Nolwenn witch Talaith has lost her magic powers and her daughter when the power-hungry and ruthless goddess Arzhela forced her into her service. Trained as an assassin and forced to live far from home with a husband she doesn't love, her task will be to kill a powerful ruler so the dragon gods will lose the long struggle for power between the human and the dragon gods. But then her husband and the villagers decide to kill the witch and the only one willing to save her is Briec the Mighty - a dragon. At first The Mighty is more like The Arrogant because he feels that by dragon law, Talaith is now his property and should do what he wants. But when the two get to know each other, lust soon turns into love. Just then Arzhela demands that Talaith should attack a member of Briec's family, and the two will have to work together to defeat the goddess and save Talaith and her daughter. This book was funny with the usual off-beat humour you find in the author's works, especially the earlier ones to which this book belongs. There is a lot of eroticism, romance, action and likeable characters. In that respect, I really enjoyed the fact that the characters from 'Dragon Actually' played a role, too. I would recommend the series as an entertaining and humorous book, although people who have a problem with explicit sex scenes, rudeness etc. may not enjoy it . If you already know and like Laurenston / Aiken, I'd say this is one of her best novels.