Dragon on Top ~~ G.A. Aiken

Dragon on Top by G.A. Aiken
Escorting the highborn Bram through deadly Sand Dragon territory will try Ghleanna's patience... and her resolve. For Bram is determined to enhance the journey with a seduction no female could resist...
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As if her life wasn’t pathetic enough, Glheanna the Decimator has been ordered to escort highborn Bram the Merciful through dangerous territories just so he can negotiate instead of battle in this captivatingly witty paranormal romance.

Fireworks and witty repertoire keeps readers on their toes as Glheanna escorts Bram on his mission and discovers that just maybe there is a place in her life for a little “mercy.” The chemistry between Glheanna and Bram is smokin’ and the relationship is explosive but sweet as these strong compelling characters negotiate through their differences which is quite a bit being as they are mostly opposite in personalities although Bram does have some qualities that he keeps hidden until it is necessary to reveal them. The fast paced and smooth flowing plot captivates readers with lots of suspense, excitement, humor and romance with the dialogue and temperaments of these dragons amusing the heck out of everyone while traitors out to thwart Bram’s mission adds danger and excitement and brings readers under the ocean to visit with the sea dragons (you might want to navigate their world very carefully).

The Dragon Kin are the most vicious loving dragons in existence and every moment spent in their fascinating world is fun and volatile at the same time. I just love these snarky, arrogant and brutal characters and Glheanna and Bram’s story amused and abused me with lots of laughter throughout their story so there was never a dull moment and therefore no way that I could put it down and I just can’t wait to visit the Dragon Kin again.
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