J. Eggl (USA: CA) (2009/02/22):
Nearly new, pristine condition. No spine creases at all. Only shows barest shelf wear.
Cindy (USA: NV) (2009/05/11):
Arrogant dragons who seriously annoy their ladies-of-choice... Who knew? This series of Shelley Laurenston's is frequently fall out of your chair funny...
Correct order is not extremely important, but you will be missing some of the subplots if you read them out of order. Of course, that gives you an excuse to read them again...
The Dragon Kin series
Everlasting Bad Boys Anthology
CAN'T GET ENOUGH written under the name of Shelly Laurenston
Ailean the Wicked & Shalin the Innocent - never underestimate an annoyed dragoness [it can be fatal...:]
Dragons Actually written under the name G.A. Aiken
You can guess a dragon named Fearghus the Destroyer and a human princess/leader of the Rebellion named Annwyl the Bloody would have a lot to talk about...
About A Dragon written under the name G.A. Aiken
Even witches have bad days, but being rescued by an extremely arrogant dragon from being hanged/burned? Definitely a new low... [This is a re-release of The Distressing Damsel.:]
What a Dragon Should Know is listed for a September 2009 release on her site.
ceecee (USA: CA) (2014/12/03):
This was a fabulous book. It has everything you could want in a book. It as a strong woman lead character who has a biting wit, humor that will leaving you laughing, love, suspense and blood shed. This book left me with wanting to read more and although the book is short, the publisher put two books in one making the read even better. I can honestly say that after reading this book I was automatically went in search of more from this series.
The first book starts of about a female warrior nicknamed by her second in command, Annwayl the Bloody. Ever since she joined with the opposing side in war, against her psychotic half brother, men tend to fear her and never look at her with lust.
That all changes when she becomes wounded after fighting her half brother's solders and is saved by a dragon. It just seems to become stranger and stranger as the days pass with her growing affections for the dragon. Still her feelings become even more confound when mixed with her feelings of arousal by the knight Fearghus the Destroyer. Fearghus has been recruited by the dragon to help train her for battle. Annwyl is sure life couldn't get any stranger. She's wrong... The twist in this story is wonderful.
The second book starts of when Princess Rhiannon, the Dragon Queen's first born child, is ordered to appear before the Queen. She orders her to be claimed and wed to Bercelak the Great, (also known as Bercelak the Vengeful) her army commander. The Queen's reason for this is convoluted. Her daughter believes she's done this because her mother hates her. Bercelak believes this was done as a reward for is allegiance to the Queen. The reason's don't really mater at first when Princess Rhiannon has been cursed by the Queen and turned into human for without a way to change back into her dragon form. Many things come to light that change Princess Rhiannon, Bercelak and his family. This story was much shorter than the first, but just as good. The twists seem a but predictable, but still a great read.