What a Dragon Should Know by G. A. Aiken
(Dragon Kin, Book 3)

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...if you are invested in the series, go for it. If not, stick with the earliest books, and just re-read Dagmar and Gwenvael's story in What a Dragon Should Know. If you've never read any in the series, go read about Dagmar. She really is the best.
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Only for those I love would I traipse into the merciless Northlands to risk life, limb, and my exquisite beauty. But do they appreciate it? Do they say, "Gwenvael the Handsome, you are the best among us--the most loved of all dragons?" No! For centuries my family has refused to acknowledge my magnificence as well as my innate humility. Yet for them, and because I am so chivalrous, I will brave the worst this land has to offer.

So here I stand, waiting to broker an alliance with the one the Northlanders call The Beast. A being so fearful, the greatest warriors will only whisper its name. Yet I, Gwenvael, will courageously face down this terrifying. . .woman? It turns out the Beast, a.k.a. Dagmar Reinholdt, is a woman--one with steel-gray eyes and a shocking disregard for my good looks. Beneath her plain robes and prim spectacles lies a sensual creature waiting to be unleashed. Who better than a dragon to thaw out that icy demeanor?

And who better than a beast to finally tame a mighty dragon's heart?
 

About G. A. Aiken

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Larissa Ione is a contemporary and paranormal romance author. Before she started writing novels, she worked on some military and National Weather Service technical manuals and wrote articles for The Canine Journal, Dog Fancy, and Writing-World.com. Her works include The Demonica series and the Lords of Deliverance series. She also writes under the pseudonym of Sydney Croft with her collaboration partner, Stephanie Tyler. Alexandra Ivy is author of the Guardians of Eternity series. She also writes Regency Historicals under the name Deborah Raleigh.
 
Published September 1, 2009 by Zebra. 481 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Melanie Bopp on Feb 12 2016

...if you are invested in the series, go for it. If not, stick with the earliest books, and just re-read Dagmar and Gwenvael's story in What a Dragon Should Know. If you've never read any in the series, go read about Dagmar. She really is the best.

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