For Aoife Dakar, seeing is believing-and she's seen some extraordinary things. It's too bad no one else believes that she witnessed a supernatural murder at an outdoor fair. Returning to the scene for proof, Aoife encounters a wise-cracking demon dog-and a gloriously naked man who can shift into a dragon and kiss like a god. Now thrust into a fantastical world that's both exhilarating and terrifying, Aoife is about to learn just how hot a dragon's fire burns.
WHEN YOU DATE A DRAGON
Kostya has no time for a human woman with endless questions, no matter how gorgeous or tempting she is. He must break the curse that has splintered the dragon clans before more of his kind die. But his powerful attraction to Aoife runs much deeper than the physical-and there may be more to her than even his sharp dragon eyes can see. To survive the coming battle for the fate of his race, he needs a mate of true heart and soul
Our heroine here is Aoife and right from the first page it's obvious she's not the usual kick ass type that so many authors give us. Oh she's no shrinking violet and quite skeptical but her life is about to take quite a violent turn. Faced with seeing the impossible as let's be honest how often do you see someone murdered and then simply disappear! Aoife does the right thing (or does she?) and goes to the police but no one believes her and worse still her own family have her committed!
Fast forward two years and Aoife has survived shock treatments and counseling and is finally free, but her life is changed irrevocably. First she accidentally hits a dog with her car and then later she finds an unconscious man. Okay, so far that's not too extreme but when the dog starts talking and the man, Kostya turns out to be a dragon, you just know there's not enough counseling in the world to make Aoife forget this!
Hmm, fans of the Aisling Grey series will be jumping for joy to read Dragon Fall. Yes, we meet new characters here and as usual it's Jim who steals the limelight but for me the heroine’s dialogue just at times felt too juvenile. I didn't really buy into the romance, if honest, and the sibling interactions and by that I mean fights just seemed childish; but yes, I get that there's a curse and I cannot say more because spoilers!
Aoife goes through so much in this book and I thought the ultimate betrayal was just glossed over. I must be a nasty, vengeful person because that was wrong on so many levels and I didn't really feel satisfied. Will I read more? Well, of course, because as usual there's still so much up in the air and naturally, smoking hot dragons will always be in my wish list!
I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review