Review: What a Dragon Should Know (Dragon Kin #3) by G.A. Aiken

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Audio July 2018: I laughed a lot. Gwenvael & Dagmar are just great together. See review below. As for the audio well it’s superb. The narrator brings out the characters personalities. This is one of my favorite books in the series. The Gods come out to play and the babies arrive. Lots of fun!

~ 5 What a Dragon Stars ~

What a Dragon Should Know is book three in the Dragon Kin series by G.A. Aiken. I absolutely love thee’s dragon! This series has captured my heart and keeps me coming back.

What a Dragon Should Know is a re-read for me. I love diving back into this world. Dagmar is the only daughter of The Reinholdt. She is a masterminded politician that kicks ass and can hold her own amongst the warriors, with a sharp tongue and iron will. Gwenvael the Handsome is the most fun-loving of all the dragons next to Eibhear. No one takes him seriously and that he uses to his advantage. I loved his attitude and sluttiness along with his loyalty to family. The author always finds a way to make the leads complement eachother, especially when they are an unlikely match. What I love most is that you feel the connections between the characters whether they are family, friends, or mates. The love that flows with the romance is strong and believable. The humor and banter is always great fun to read about and we get to see previous couples come back along with seeing how their relationships continue to develop.

I will always come back to this series. I can’t get enough of the fun loving, witty, sexy dragons! I highly recommend pick up the Dragon Kin.



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anna (herding cats & burning soup)
December 19, 2014 7:14 pm

Aw yay! This was my favorite of the series. Just adored these two. I really do need to do a re-read at some point.

Melanie Simmons (@mlsimmons)
December 19, 2014 7:54 am

This is as far as I’ve made it in this series, but so far I love it. This is my favorite book so far. I loved Dagmar.

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