I know what they see when they look at me. The charming, soft-spoken dragoness bred from the most powerful of royal bloodlines. A disguise stronger than any battle shield that allows me to keep all suitors at tail's length. A technique that's worked until him. Until Ragnar the Cunning,... read more
Ragnar the Cunning, of the Northland dragons, is asked by Queen Rhiannon to escort her young son home to Southland. Specifically on foot through one specific town where her daughter, Princess Keita. is being tried for murder. After Keita's rescue and forced compliance to return, the... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Ragnar the Cunning, of the Northland dragons, is asked by Queen Rhiannon to escort her young son home to Southland. Specifically on foot through one specific town where her daughter, Princess Keita. is being tried for murder. After Keita's rescue and forced compliance to return, the reluctant group arriesl at the Blood Queen's castle and find new births and missing family members. Buried love, reawakened, new trysts in affect, and treachery around. If not for the great help of good friends, old and new, this story would not survive!
Dragon Kin Series in Chronological Order (not Publication Date) as of October 2011:
1. "Can't Get Enough" in Everlasting Bad Boys; published as Shelly Laurenston - Shalin and Ailean
2. "Chains and Flames" in Dragon Actually (back of book); published as G.A. Aiken - Rhiannon and Bercelak
3. "Dragon on Top" in Supernatural; published as G.A. Aiken - Ghleanna and Bram
4. Dragon Actually; published as G.A. Aiken - Annwyl and Ferghus
5. About a Dragon; published as G.A. Aiken - Talaith and Briec
6. What a Dragon should know; published as G.A. Aiken - Dagmar and Gwenvael
7. Last Dragon Standing; published as G.A. Aiken - Keita and Ragnar
8. The Dragon Who Loved Me; published as G.A. Aiken - Rhona and Vigholf
“Now see, I'm just Annwyl the Bloody. That's bloody boring is what that is. But Annwyl the Abhorrent? Now that has a lovely ring to it, don't you think?”Annwyl
“Still? How hard is it to drive barbarian cretins back to the mud huts from which them came?" He glanced at Dagmar. "No offense." Cold grey eyes shielded by small circles of glass looked up from the map. "Since my mud-hut living, barbarian, cretin people are not from the west...none taken."”Briec and Dagmar
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