WHAT A DRAGON SHOULD KNOW
Zebra Books, Kensington Publishing Corporation
Rating: 5 Cups
If he were not so sure of his unquestionable ability to sway any female to his way of thinking, Gwenvael the Handsome might be somewhat discouraged by this turn of events. However, he is quite certain that once Dagmar gets a really good look at his lustrous golden mane and chiseled features, she will fall at his feet…well, almost certain.
Lying, conniving, and manipulation are all in a day’s work for The Beast, a moniker Dagmar Reinholdt wears with grudging pride. She has yet to meet a man she could not manage, until she comes up against Gwenvael, the Weeper, the Defiler, and oh yes, the most gorgeous dragon she has ever had the misfortune to meet.
Life can be so unfair for someone with Gwenvael’s obvious charms, and his siblings give him absolutely no respect. It is not until his most beloved and terrifyingly pregnant queen, Annwyl the Bloody, asks for his help that Gwenvael shows his true colors. Annwyl is dying, and Gwenvael will do whatever it takes to save his brother’s wife, even if it means cozying up to the Northlanders. Dagmar is an expert strategist, and helping Gwenvael save his queen is the perfect way to ensure legions of warriors to help her father, if the big lug does not get them both killed first.
What A Dragon Should Know is book three in G.A. Aiken’s Dragon Kin series, and I cannot encourage you enough to read each and every one! Like its two predecessors, this book will crack you up and have you in tears all in the same chapter. Gwenvael and Dagmar play off of each other perfectly as they rally with the rest of the dragon clan in Annwyl’s time of need. I am hard pressed to think of any other author that can take such obviously fictional characters, and turn them into the most intelligent, emotionally alive, and hysterically funny personas you will ever read.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More