When Apollo sets a plague on Medea’s people, she’s desperate to cure them by any means necessary. She doesn’t expect her only option to be Falcyn: a cursed bloodthirsty dragon that may sooner kill them than help them. The dragonstone he possesses is the only way to end the sickness tormenting her people, and she’ll find a way to convince him to help even if she has to help him in return. As they turn to unexpected allies, Medea and Falcyn must confront their pasts, but their futures may be beyond their reach.
The mythologies are well brought together in this rich world of gods, dragons, demons, and shapeshifters. The adventures completely live up to the darkness and chaos of the myths, diving into fresh perspectives. Sherrilyn Kenyon spins these characters with a brilliant blend of blunt, snarky, and dark, bringing heart to the most evil seeming among them. Each one is flawed and buried behind a tragic past, but each one is full of great heart. The relationship between Medea and Falcyn is fun from the beginning, with a flirty banter and an easy chemistry. Dragonsworn strikes the perfect blend of mythology, humor, a brazen style, and a delightfully feisty romance.
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|Page Count||352 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Press|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|