By G. A. Aiken
Book 2 within the award-winning Dragon family members series!
Talaith's existence hasn't ever been effortless. A goddess has compelled her into servitude. Her husband despises her. And all these in her tiny village worry her. yet simply while she doesn't imagine her lifestyles can get any worse, she's pulled from her mattress one morning to be burned on the stake for being a witch. What she by no means counted on was once a terrifying silver dragon figuring out to rescue her.
Briec the effective didn't fairly understand what to do with a human woman. particularly this one. Chatty and just a little a complainer, he doesn't comprehend why she can't easily admit to herself that she desires him. Who wouldn't? He used to be Briec the robust finally. adult females fought to spend the evening in his fingers. yet this one tiny girl along with her many secrets and techniques and her demanding behavior of concerning him as "arrogant" has grew to become his uncomplicated dragon lifestyles upside down.
This ebook has been formerly released because the Distressing Damsel by way of Shelly Laurenston and is offered lower than its new identify, in print, from Kensington Books.
Warning: This tale includes particular monogamous intercourse and photo violence!
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34 JEANNE THORNTON I hate white Christmas lights, she said. They’re like Michael Bolton infomercials. They’re like a man explaining to you how to do your taxes. They’re like throwing up in ivory bathrooms. I don’t know what I mean. Which of these describes your sister the best? Robbie asked, rummaging somewhere else in the room. Water, earth, air, or fire? Water, she said, closing her eyes. Pressure on the comforter beside her as he got back on the bed. What do you want to ask about? Robbie said.
Oh, it’s too funny to tell you, she said. It’s too funny for words. It’s so funny veins would pop in our brains and like that we’d become vegetables. We’d never stop laughing again. He took a breath then; she turned to look at him, startled, and here he was, hovering over her, his bony head blotting out the lights—suddenly she realized what he thought was going on, oh God—here he was pressing his face against hers. Stubble on his lips like pimentos in a salad. Sour saliva and rough and clumsy and all a waste of her time.
About a Dragon (Dragon Kin, Book 2) by G. A. Aiken