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Publisher's Summary

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author G.A. Aiken is widely celebrated for her compelling Dragon Kin series. In The Dragon Who Loved Me, Rhona the Fearless, first daughter of a proud warrior family, resents that she’s not respected for her battle prowess by the male Northland dragons. But when one barbarian dragon becomes enamored with her, she begins to relish her influence over him.
©2011 G.A. Aiken (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
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By Just so you know on 02-18-12

Entertaining!!!! But the not first in the Series

I love this book. It was fun and entertaining. I just did not want to stop listening to it. I finished it in a day. But I do need to warn you that this is book five in the series. At first I did not notice that it was not the first one. But then the author made references to what seems like pass books. I have not read the other books before. I wish audible would warn us that it is part of a series and that it is book 5.


But the story was fun and they were always some kind fighting going on. The narrator made the book a little up beat. Even when there was killing and fighting. It was interesting. I did not hate it at all. But she does need to work on some her voices. Sometime I did not know who was talking until the name came up. They sometime all sounded the same.

I like the fact the author did not just give us the main characters points of view or journey but multiple points of views and journeys. I loved it because it kept my mind involved.

There is some graphic sex scenes in the book but not to many. I wish audible also rated that.


I like this author, I have her on author to keep my eye on list. She kept me wanting to know what was coming next. The book can be a stand alone...but its not. I hope they record the others because I would like to have get them.

This book has Big Family Crazy, War and killing, Fighting, Steamy Romance, Dragons that are yummy men, Fun, and Entertainment from beginning to end.

Hope you agree! Enjoy:)

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By julie on 04-12-12

What a disaster - the narration was horrible!

I love the Dragon Kin saga and couldn't wait for the audio version. But the narration is so bad its beyond belief. All the lively characters are flat - that is if you can work out who is who. And who is Avar? It sounds rather close to Evar in Fury of Fire by Correen Callaghan. The name in the book is spelt Eibhear. There is also a British slant to the language as mentioned by a previous reviewer. The narration was so awful it was criminal and only got one star to acknowledge that she opened her mouth. I never got past the first half of the story it was way too painful. Thankfully I download the Supernatural Anthology that has the Dragon on Top short story. It's narrated by Justin Eyre - now that woman really brings the dragons to life. She gives each one a different accent and character. It's nothing short of brilliant - I just hope she manages to do a few more because if the other narrator tries to do it again she needs to be taken aside by the Cadwaladrs!

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