WHAT A DRAGON SHOULD KNOW
by G. A. Aiken

September 2009
ISBN: 978-1-4201-0375-5
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Gwenvael the Handsome, son of Rhiannon, Dragon Queen of Devenalt Mountain, is charged with a somewhat delicate diplomatic mission. He is to venture into the Northlands to the home of the Reinholdt and obtain information from the Reinholdtís youngest offspring known as the Beast. Finding out that the beast is a woman is cause for hilarity and relieved speculation. For surely since Gwenvael has yet to meet the female who can resist his golden charms this task will take little time or effort. Beast or not, Dagmar, only daughter of the Reinholdt, is unlike any woman he has ever met.


Dagmar knows she is short on looks, but her cunning mind accompanied by her devotion to reason and logic, make up for any physical lack. To have a gorgeous gold dragon laugh in her face is humiliating but Dagmar isnít one to let a slight go unanswered. A cunning politician she may be but she is not without her own weapons. Dagmar sees the perfect opportunity for a much needed alliance when information about a deadly threat against Annwyl, Queen of Garbhan Isle, and her unborn children is passed on to her. If only she can get the hungry, horny dragon to stop looking at her dogs like they were snacks, and her ass for other appetites.


G. A. Aiken, Shelly Laurenstonís alter ego, is back with her audacious dragons in What a Dragon Should Know. Get ready to laugh, cry, and cheer for these charming characters. Aiken is a welcome fresh voice in the shifter world who is bound to entertain for years to come.


Reviewed in May 2010 by Cynthia.

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