Aiding the Dragon

Customer Reviews

74 Ratings

Overall Ratings

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Stars
  • 4 Stars
  • 3 Stars
  • 2 Stars
  • 1 Stars

Sorted By Most Useful

5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 12-12-17

ARC Audio Review- Aiding the Dragon

Ok, I loved this story! My favorite part of this book is seeing a strong confident woman stand strong and find her happily ever after. Gary Furlong did a wonderful job narrating as well. Especially with the Irish accents. I did miss Matthew Lloyd Davies nack at giving the different characters (including the dragons) their own voices however. I had to rewind quite a few times to make sure I knew who exactly was speaking. plus I can usually multi task while listening and I found couldn't do that with this story. Overall though I think Mr. Furlong did very well with this, and I am looking forward to seeing how the future of the many other characters play out and see how past characters progress as well! I would definitely recommend this book!

Read More Hide me

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Melvena Asa on 12-10-17

Aiding the Dragon

Oh My This was so good , it was so full of exciting things that will make you feel like you are right in the middle of this book. The Dragon's of this series are so sexy and willing to do what ever it takes to help their females. Loved it. Cannot wait to see what happens next.

Read More Hide me

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Danielle Miller on 12-12-17

Absolutely love!

I absolutely love this series and can't wait for the next books to come out I hope they are very early in 2018

Read More Hide me

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By cheri on 12-09-17

Aiding the Dragon.

Aiden wasn't excited at being sent to The Irish Clan. He'd met the female leader and while he told himself it had nothing to do with her leadership. Her gender was another thing. He didn't have a good opinion about any female dragon shifter except his mother. He has a history to warrant the feelings.

Teagan didn't appreciate his attitude. Her clan was alone in having a female leader. Even so, the rest of the clans believed her brother led. Aiden was just another cocky male who didn't think she was strong enough to lead. She knew she worked harder, took on more, and made a personal effort to deal with her clan than any other leader. Just once, she wished a likely male would see it.

Their dragons knew it wasn't gender discrimination. It had a lot to do with gender and hormones and the steam created when they were together. I really enjoyed the first challenge. The payback was an interesting beginning to their growing relationship.

The author has given us a dragon's eye view of a current day and reality in this enticing story. The characters are strong yet each has a soft center damaged by past relationships and fear of new ones. I loved their hedge to give into their attraction. The heat interspersed with teasing, threats, and one-up-manship. Watching them come to terms while dealing with danger, life threats, family issues, as well as the threat of leadership loss. Both characters are strong and fun and I loved them.

The narrator did a stellar job with the different accents and characters. He is not the one she normally uses and was so pleased he was just as good as her usual narrator.

I was delighted to know that there will be more coming up with the relationship evolving from this story in at least one future story. This is another gold medal winner from Jessie Donovan.

Read More Hide me

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Ishi Jones on 06-11-18

Different Narrator

I love the story but I almost lost interest in the book because of the Narrator. When you get use to one narrator telling the story and when someone knew comes in; it changes everything.
I did finish the book and I was happy that the original narrator was back for book 10.

Read More Hide me
3 out of 5 stars
By Susie Buggs on 03-21-18


I love this series but this one didn’t measure up. It lacked some of the character development of other books but, more importantly, it lacked the humor, the warmth and the passion of previous books.

The narrator was mediocre - rather unemotional. The characters were overwhelmingly Irish but with only the vaguest accents.

Read More Hide me
Page 1 of 4