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    A Tale of Two Dragons

    Another great book to join the others in the Dragonkin series. I highly recommend that book and the others in the series.
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    A Tale of two dragons

    I enjoyed immersing myself into a realm of dragons. That they feared, lived, laughed and fought fiercely in a realm of their own is a nice break from of the stories today. The characters antics kept me reading and I laughed quite a few times.
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    Hammer up

    It's as good as it was the first time I read it. Braith is a solitary dragoness that just want to be left alone in her cave. But her bastard father has other ideas. She ends up in a big mess alongside Addolgar the Cheerful from the Cadwalder clan. Sparks fly and hammers fall in this delightful Dragon Kin novella. I also recommend all the rest of the authors series. G.A. Aiken/Shelly Laurenston
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    Talk of two dragons

    I enjoyed it even if there where some boring sections. made me laugh and the characters where good.
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    Same old, under appreciated female,

    Strong male, dispicable villen, and usual plot, makes for a pleasantly and mildly amusing romp with dragons. The only real complaint is the names, I dislike, difficult to pronounce, read Celtic, psudo Celtic or Welsh names, I gave up and called the hero Addy because it was painful trying to get through his name. Not a reason to not read the book, just my quirk.
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