Review: About A Dragon by G. A. Aiken

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Title: About a Dragon

Author: G. A. Aiken

Series: Dragon Kin #2

Pages: 385

3 stars out of 5
3 stars – I liked it

Talaith is being hanged for being a witch when Briec the Mighty rescues her. He doesn’t let her go though. He plans to keep her until he tires of her but he never does. She amuses him and he loves arguing with her but he knows she is hiding things from him. 

This book started slowly with Talaith and Briec constantly arguing and denying each other’s feelings. Which I know was a way to deny their attraction, but it did get a little old after a while. Talaith was a surprisingly deadly heroine. I liked that she can take care of herself but that she doesn’t want to be a killer. Briec was a thick headed and arrogant dragon who thinks everyone should fall at his feet. He was ok. His arrogance got old after a while. 

Once the truth comes out the story really picks up and a lot of key things happen. We learn the truth about Talaith and why she has done all the things she has done. The Gods of the humans and dragons also come into play in this book, which was interesting and I am sure we will see more of them in future books. 

Overall, this was a good book with a lot of major storyline plots going on. I enjoyed it but these two were slightly annoying at times. 

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#0.1 Can’t Get Enough
#0.2 A Tale of Two Dragons
#0.4 Dragon on Top
#1 Dragon Actually

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