On her first visit to Clan Stonefire, Department of Dragon Affairs inspector Evie Marshall has an ulterior motive - she needs to seduce its clan leader. If she can't seduce him and become his mate, the dragon hunters will kill her. Of course, Evie doesn't know the first thing about seducing a man, let alone a dragon-shifter, but with her life on the line, she's going to have to become a fast learner or die trying.
Bram Moore-Llewellyn has a track record of scaring off DDA inspectors, but when the latest inspector shows up wearing tight clothes and a sexy smile, his inner dragon takes notice. While battling his attraction to the human, he soon finds himself with an impossible choice: he can either break the law to mate the female and risk a backlash from both the dragon hunters and the British government, or he can turn her away and let her die at the hands of the hunters.
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I absolutely love this series Jessie has a way of making you feel like your actually in the Stonefire dragon clan with the characters of the book. very good read I would recommend to anyone looking to escape reality for a while.
"The title is perfect."
Best "Laid" Plans.
It would be taking the easy way out to say everything. I have previously read the book. IT was my introduction to the wonderful world of Jessie Donovan's world of Dragons. I was hooked and have read everything since. Now I get to listen as well.
Matthew Lloyd Davies voice is enticing and perfect for the location accents. The dragons are so wonderful creatures inside the hot domineering men they reside in. He brings each of the characters alive and tells the wonderful story in a way that makes it live for the listener. As I have read the story this is an enhancement that allows me to relax and just enjoy the new version with voice.
Evie's attempts at seduction made me laugh. Bram's tenderness with the baby made me tear up. And of course, as with Sacrifice to the Dragon, the dragon's internal conversations with Bram were hysterical--randy creature.
You will fall for Bram--sexy all alpha male, put your fist in the air with a "Yea you go girl" for feisty Evie as she stands up to him even with her gutsy offer. The story tells of a woman in trouble using a daring plan to get the dragon leader to protect her when the human leaders refuse. A curvy woman with a serious lacking, but still willing to make the effort to SEDUCE THE DRAGON.
The story is short but the reader is funny. This Series has a lot of sex so if that is something that bothers you look elsewhere for your reading fix if not then this Series is great with the dragon and the human arguing back and forth in his head this book is funny and has the great story line that will make you not want to turn it off.
"NO STORYLINE DEVELOPMENT HORRIBLE NARRATOR!!"
a Different Narrator!! This guy sounded like a crazy horny 13 year old. The dragon voice was just ridiculous!!
Develop her characters and storyline both are one dimensional!!
His idiotic dragon voices!!
Seducing the Dragon is bk2 in the Stonefire British Dragon series. This is Clan leader Bram Moore-Llewellyn's and DDA/Department of Dragon Affairs agent Evie Marshall story. Evie has been told by the human hunters that if she is to infiltrate Stonefire Clan and Mate with its leader Bram or they will kill her. DDA agents have been disappearing. On the pretense of investigating the death of a human sacrifice Caitriona Belmont who died giving birth to her dragon shifter baby and to check on the baby boy Murray. Evie is allowed access to Clan Stonefires territory. She is going to seduce Bram into mating her.
Bk 2 is slightly better then bk 1 but bk1 was free on Amazon!! The author has still failed greatly in creating any type of community or world for the Dragons. They live in cottages thats about it. I still don't know what they eat, the only thing they seem to drink is tea, do they drive cars?, what does the inside of the cottages look like?, what kind of jobs do they do?. Is it a town they live?. Just Nothing Jessie Donovan has not written anything substantial to establish a community or world for the dragons. They just exist!! From what I can glean its like they live on some kind of reservation like Native Americans but with less opportunity. The male dragons shifter are Not very smart and don't come across as Alpha Males. The entire community is always bested by Carlisle Human Dragon Hunters. They are better written and are much smarter and ahead of the game then the Dragon Shifters. They capture and drain the dragon shifters of there blood and sell the dragon body parts as souvenirs. The blood heals all sort of terminal illness. I wanted too scream at the author and say you kill off the villains and NOT the good guys. They are suppose to win but not in her stories so far. Seducing the Dragon was particularly sad as Charlie one of the female dragon protectors is captured and drained of her blood and dies. I want to ask the author what happen to the dragons shifters offense being prepared for attacks that you know are coming? The dragons inside the humans are just nothing more then horny teenage males. All they think about his having sex and speaking juvenile trashy words.
I got book 1 Sacrifice to the Dragon free on Amazon, but I paid for bk2 Seducing the Dragon and I am sorely disappointed. So I won't be reading anymore of Ms. Donovans stories, her writing is juvenile. If you take the sex out which is generic sex and dirty words, but if you take that out then the story is more suited for a elementary school reader!!
I cannot Recommend Seducing the Dragon unless you can get it free, but its not worth paying money for!!
"Good story overall"
I haven't read the print version, so I don't have a comparison. I enjoyed the story, but the language was kind of off-putting to me, which says a lot, since I am not usually squeamish about books with coarser language, but in this case, I prefer something that says the same thing without being quite so crude. The language of Bram's dragon, as well as the guttural tonal qualities were also a bit unpleasant. There were other ways the dragon could have been played, and for that reason alone, after a short while, I found that I didn't like the dragon at all, but I did like Bram.
Maybe Christine Warren's books.
I like the brogue and the way he reads Bram's parts; just didn't like the dragon voice.
Yes, and did.
I think the book was sort of "cutsie" and I am not much for cutsie. I think Christine Warren's books are better, if one likes this genre. But for light reading (listening) it was a quick read and ended in the expected fashion.
"Great narration for a great series."
This is a great series in the paranormal romance genre, as it has great story-lines and believable situations, (I mean, if it were real dragon situations...), emotional plays, a bit of humor and a lot of sensual attraction between our main characters.
Our Hero, Davies does a great brogue and brings life to the character.
Donovan is a engaging storyteller, with great character illustration. Davies narration brings them to life.
I loved inner dialog between Brand and his dragon. it was hilarious. overall good story. loved the narrator.
"Dragons Are My New Favorite Heroes"
I started reading this series because I was looking for something different. Boy, did I ever find it.
"clever and funny"
I loved the characters in this story! The interaction between dragon and his counterpart so satisfyingly funny and dramatic at once.
I am a huge fan of the Phoenix Pack series and was looking for another series very similar to it. After two or three fails I finally stumbled upon Stonefire Dragon series. I would highly recommend it although the narrator took a little bit getting used to but once I did I've had no problems kept my interest all the way.
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