Pub Date 29 Aug 2017
I, Aidan the Divine, am, well divine. My name was given to me by the Dragon Queen herself! I’m a delight! Cheerful. Charming. And a mighty warrior who is extremely handsome with a very large and well-hidden hoard of gold. I am also royal born, despite the fact that most in my family are horrendous beings that don’t deserve to live. And yet, Branwen the Awful—a low-born, no less—either tells me to shut up or, worse, ignores me completely.
SHE SAYS . . .
I’ll admit, I ignore Aidan the Divine because it annoys him. A lot. But, we have so much to do right now, I can’t worry about why he keeps staring at me, or why he always sits so close, or why he keeps looking at me like he’s thinking about kissing me. We have our nations to save and no time for such bloody foolishness . . . no matter how good Aidan looks or how long his spiked tail is. Because if we’re going to win this war before it destroys everything we love, we’ll have to face our enemies together, side by side and without distractions. But if we make it out alive, who knows what the future will hold . . .
“A hot-hot series.” —Library Journal
“This potent story mix is wacky and fun-filled, with plenty of humor and blood-thirsty action.” —RT Book Reviews on Feel the Burn
“A chest thumping, mead-hall rocking, enemy slaying brawl of a good book.” —All Things Urban Fantasy on The Dragon Who Loved Me
“As longtime fans of Aiken’s hilarious and wildly wacky Dragon Kin series knows, there has been a terrible threat to dragon and mankind rising. The one-eyed god Chramnesind and his Zealots have been gaining power and the final confrontation is at hand. Aiken really turns on the danger and hilarity with this book! While it features the offbeat love story of dragons Aiden the Divine and Branwen the Awful, most of the major series characters are back in some form, and crazy human Queen Annwyl the Bloody has a featured role. It is a testament to Aiken’s storytelling that a series that is so over-the-top violent and bloody is also heartwarming and side-splittingly funny.”– RT Book Reviews, 4.5 Stars Top Pick