Friday, December 11, 2015

*** Review, Giveaway & Virtual Book Tour for FEEL THE BURN by G.A. Aiken ***

Sorry for the delay, but i wanted to let you know a few things 
before we get to the review. As we had so many Issues this
 last little while. I hope to get everything back up and running
 smoothly, but It may not be that way for some time. I hope 
to do some reviews but It may not be every day as i normally
 do. While I take care of my family needs. I am look forward
 to the new Year and to have things back to normal or better.
 Keep checking back as I am still reviewing just a little less for awhile.

Kimmie Sue

Now on with the Review, Giveaway & Virtual Book Tour for 

Dragon Kin #8
G.A. Aiken
Released Nov 24th, 2015
Zebra Imprint

First I was Asked to read this book. It was a little hard to 
follow at first for me, as This is the first book in the series 
for me. But don't let that stop you. Because once I had the
 Writers style down it was an amazing book. Unlike most
 books that leave you trying to figure out what the other
 person is doing, while you read from one point of view. 
In this book you get multiple points of view, all in the same 
chapter. And G.A. has a wonderful sense of humor. Our
 Heroine Kachka is wonderful. I love the Daughter of the
 steps,(Kachka and her kin) they run the world so to speak
 and the men are and I quote " there to look pretty, have sex
 when the women want and take out the trash" talk about 
a total gender reversal. Then she meets Gaius again as he 
is the one who helped her sister. But they both are drawn 
to one another. I loved ho she put him in her bed and the 
he wakes up with all the Tribe on the bed with him totally
 hilarious. It was totally great to read. Now before I ruin this
 for you I will leave off here.  I hope you enjoy this book as
 much as I did. If you do like this book, please consider 
leaving a review. The Authors really like it when you do,  
they value your opinions too.

War makes strange bedfellows.

I, Gaius Domitus, one-eyed rebel dragon king of the 
Provinces, know that better than most, since I have to fight 
off half my ungrateful family on a regular basis to keep law 
and order here in my lands. But I never expected to have to 
consort with a barbarian human woman.

Kachka is beautiful, if you like them fierce—and of course 
I do. But she keeps complaining about how spoiled and 
decadent I am, and how a feared Daughter of the Steppes 
has no time for foolish dragons. I think she likes my eye 
patch, though. It is quite dashing. With death always at our 
tails, we take our passion like we take our allies. As they say,
 love the barbarian you’re with…

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Dragon Kin (8 books)

Kachka tied off her travel pack, slung it, her bow, and a quiver of arrows over her shoulder, and walked out into the hallway. She made her way down to the Great Hall and found her sister sitting on one of the tables, in deep conversation with her mate, the black dragon Celyn. When she saw Kachka, she let out a relieved breath.
“Death found you well this day,” she nearly cheered.
“Yes. Now I must go.”
“Go? Go where?”
“To find honor or death.”
“Morfyd said the queen was upset about the temples on her land. So she is sending you to stop the ones raiding those temples,” Elina guessed.
The dragon’s back straightened. “Wait . . . what? What are you doing?”
Kachka ignored him, because he was male and this was an important discussion about battle plans. A discussion only women could truly understand.
“Will you bring some of her weak soldiers with you?”
“No, no. She offered them. But what could they do except clomp around and make too much noise, letting all enemies know we are coming. They would be useless. Instead, I return to homeland. Find strong woman to fight by my side.”
“But it will be dangerous. So if I do not return in the next year or two, and you get no message, assume my death,” Kachka stated flatly, “and make sure to perform sacred rites so that I can meet our ancestors in next world.”
“I will,” Elina promised. “And I will cut my face deep in honor of your death.”
“Thank you, sister.”
They gripped each other’s forearms and nodded, knowing this might be the last time they saw the other alive.
With nothing else to say, Kachka headed toward the big doors.
But she’d only moved a few feet before Celyn barked, “Is that it?
“Is what it?” Elina asked.
“A promise of self-mutilation and a nod? Is that all you have to say when you may never see each other again?”
Elina frowned. “As opposed to what, dolt?”
“I don’t know. A hug? A kiss good-bye? Something!”
With a shake of her head, Elina let out a long, pained sigh. “Go, sister. You have important work to do and no time for . . .” She waved her hand at the aghast dragon standing beside her, mouth open in confusion. “. . . whatever this is.”
“Take good care of your dragon,” Kachka said as she moved on. “He will need your protection, being so weak and pathetic.”
“Weak? I am a mighty dragon of the Southland—”
The sisters’ combined laughter drowned out the rest of that ridiculous statement and sent Kachka off on a note than she could have ever asked for.

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Originally from Long Island, New York Times bestselling 
author G.A. Aiken has resigned herself to West Coast living, 
which involves healthy food, mostly sunny days, and lots of 
guys not wearing shirts when they really should be. Writing 
as Shelly Laurenston, she is also the creator of the wickedly 
funny Pride series for Brava. For more info about G.A. 
Aiken’s dangerously and arrogantly sexy dragons, go 

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