Dragon Actually : Dragon Kin

  • by G. A. Aiken
  • Narrated by Hollie Jackson
  • Series: Dragon Kin
  • 10 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It's not always easy being a female warrior with a nickname like Annwyl the Bloody. Men tend to either cower in fear-a lot-or else salute. It's true that Annwyl has a knack for decapitating legions of her ruthless brother's soldiers without pausing for breath. But just once it would be nice to be able to really talk to a man - the way she can talk to Fearghus the Destroyer.
Too bad that Fearghus is a dragon, of the large, scaly, and deadly type.
With him, Annwyl feels safe - a far cry from the feelings aroused by the hard-bodied, arrogant knight Fearghus has arranged to help train her for battle. With her days spent fighting a man who fills her with fierce, heady desire, and her nights spent in the company of a magical creature who could smite a village just by exhaling, Annwyl is sure life couldn't get any stranger. She's wrong.

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What the Critics Say

"Packed with bold adventure and sizzling sensuality" (RT Book Reviews)

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Customer Reviews

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Loved it!

Loved it! My only complaint is that with a new narrator pronounced mamy of the characters names differently. After having listened to the previously released books multiple times its a bit irritating. however I'm still enjoyed it immensely and can not wait for the second book to be released.
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- Amazon Customer

I love the story, but...

There are 2 stories, and both are very good - funny and entertaining and interesting. Human girl is saved by boy, boy happens to be a dragon that usually eats girls. Some explicit sex, a bit of bloody battles, lots of snark. My idea of a good story! The narrator speaks very clearly and consistently. However, that slowly gets distracting. She reads with nonchalance. She is practically unemotional. The tone of voice, while pleasant, doesn't change between angry, irritated, sleepy, happy, worried, or surprised characters. It all comes across as vaguely interested. "Oh look, it's raining" sounds the same as "Oh no, I've been stabbed and I'm dying."
I've listened to the book twice, and have sadly decided that if I want to go further into this series, I'll have to get the paper version. Ms. Jackson narrates the next in series, and I'm just not interested in the ho hum narration. It isn't so bad that I want to return the book. I'm just reminded of the awkward conversations I've had with people who don't smile or laugh at jokes, or seem to notice you asked a question. There are too many other narrators that are better.
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- Margaret

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-27-2016
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio