About A Dragon by G.A. Aiken 3.5 stars
This story revolves around Briec (the arrogant) and Talaith (the stubborn argumentative one.) who is a witch, well a dabbling witch, that is rescued by Briec, just as she is being hanged in the very beginning. Taking her away from her sad and horrible life with the intention to more or less bed her as he sees fit and then discard her once the romping is done and he gets bored of her. Talaith, being a strong independent heroine, will have none of this, which makes for some funny dialogue.
I liked everything about the story, the conflict, the sex, the arguments, the characters, the adventure, the interlinking with other characters to build on the next books. I just felt that it went a little longer than necessary.
Book 1 'Dragon Actually' was in fact two stories in one book. The characters from the first story features again in 'About A Dragon'. Fearghus and Annwyl, who are always amusing and shag as much as these two do, maybe even more. I am surprised any of these women can actually walk, let alone site down without wincing.. Anyway, I guess that's why they call it fiction.
I really like the story of Morfyd and Brastias, I hope there is more built on this romance in the next books..
I just wish they had better titles.. hmm, no judgement, only criticism!!