Annwyl the Bloody seeks to defeat her half-brother, Lorcan,
and take over his throne. Injured while fighting a battle,
she’s surprised to wake up to a dragon, who knows how to
talk. Fearghus the Destroyer nurses her back to health, and
then falls for her.
What Annwyl doesn’t know is that Fearghus is a shifter, who
sits and talks with her by night and, while in his human
form, helps her train for battle by day. Annwyl has fallen
for both her men, but what will she do when she learns they
are one and the same?
“Dragon Actually” is an engaging tale. I loved Fearghus, in
both his forms, and the way he handled Annwyl, who is
certainly a handful. Add numerous brother and sister dragons
to our hero and heroine and you have an enjoyable way to
spend the afternoon. The love is hot and genuine and made me
wish for a fan; and the battle scenes are realistic and
This novella is definitely a hot, engrossing read.
“Chains & Flames”
Princess Rhiannon, First Born of the Dragon Queen, has never
had a good relationship with her mother. But when the Queen
promises to mate her daughter to Bercelak the Great,
Rhiannon is appalled. She doesn’t want anything to do with
the lowborn dragon.
Bercelak has been in love with Rhiannon for years. And he
gladly accepts the queen’s offer. But Rhiannon fights
against the claiming, telling Bercelak her mother wants
nothing more than to see her dead. Will Rhiannon learn to
trust Bercelak, and will she learn to love him?
“Chains & Flames” is a wonderfully written story that kept
me engrossed from first to last. Rhiannon and Bercelak are
perfect together, and getting a glimpse into their early
days was pure entertainment that kept me fully engrossed. Of
course they go on to have many hatchlings, including
Fearghus. Seeing the beginnings of the dragon family made me
laugh, and sigh with delight.
is great combination of two tales to start off a new series.
The dragons in these stories, both male and female, are
strong and not afraid to stand up for what they want.
The thing I love most about these stories was the feelings
the dragons, and humans, had for each other. They are witty
and loving, and can be very sarcastic, but the love they
have for each other always shows. Knowing this is the first
in a series made me happy. I can’t wait for the rest of them
to come along. I Joyfully Recommend this book to lovers of
paranormal romance. Make sure you get in on the ground floor
of this new series.