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    Ver disappointing.

    I liked the premise, but it failed to live up to its potential. The characters are barely developed to the point I didn't much care what happened to them. So many plot holes! And the sex scenes felt like bad knock-offs of 50 Shades with abuse-as-BDSM garbage.
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    Liked it

    Not as graphic as many books which is a nice change
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    Excellent characters who will have you LOL

    I honestly have to say I was in love with this story and the characters. G.A. Aiken has managed to: 1) Make me laugh out loud while reading. (It's very rare when I find a book I'm not just quietly chuckling at. But this I couldn't help but burst out laughing) 2) Create female characters who are strong, witty, independent, and more importantly can stand on their own two feet. (I really do hate whiny female leads) 3) Introduce more of the royal dragon family to keep me interested and determined to read their books. The characters live simple lives. Annwyl doesn't want to kill her brother to become queen. She just wants to kill him before he kills her! **"What the hell am I suppose to do as a queen?" "Well...you could try ruling."** Fearghus the Destroyer keeps to himself and doesn't involve in the human affairs, but the brave Annwyl has impressed him more than any other human...and she's not scared of him like most. **"You are so cute when you try to look scary."** The second book Chains & Flames is what I assume, suppose to be the first book because it's about Rhiannon and Bercelak (who are Fearghus' parents). Rhiannon is another bada$$ woman. She just wants to survive and eat people and cattle. Is that so wrong? But her mother (the queen) is determined to get rid of her and is willing to mate her to get rid of her. **"I'm only here because of her." "True. But you'll stay Princess, because of me."** Bercelak has fought his way of from his low born status. He fights for what he wants and has never had anything handed to him. Rhiannon is no different. He knows he's in for the fight of his life to prove to this princess that he wants her and she will love him. **"What I'll give you is someone worthy of you. Someone who can handle a dragoness such as yourself. I don't fear your rages. I don't fear your acid tongue. In fact, I like you mean. The meaner, the better."**
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    Great premise

    I have always enjoyed a romance when someone is in disguise. The big reveal is my favourite part in this book. The female lead is more bloodthirsty than neccessary. The only way it works is because of the humour otherwise you would not like her at all. If you like Thea Harrison's 'dragon bound' than try this. It is not as good as the female lead in DB is more likable, but both have great dragons!
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