DRAGONSWORN is book 28 in Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunter
series. When a dragon meets a warrior princess of the
underworld, magic happens. Falcyn has the key to saving
Medea's gravely ill parents sets out to get what she needs.
When Medea winds up helping Falcyn with a family problem of
his own, a sudden attraction gives way to deeper feelings.
The cheeky one-liners and sexual tension as Medea and Falcyn
battle villains -- both ethereal and corporeal -- make
DRAGONSWORN so delightfully satisfying and entertaining.
Although opposites can attract, some of my favorite romances
are those that have a hero and heroine who are an equal
match. Falcyn may be a badass super sexy dragon, but Medea
descended from warriors and has proven herself as a fearless
warrior in her own right. Because they are both hardcore
fighters and have both experienced tragedy, they get each
other on a bone-deep level which only adds to the intensity
of their natural chemistry. The importance of family is yet
another thing that Medea and Falcyn have in common and
highly value -- especially the bond between parent and
child. The amusing and teasing banter quickly turns into
something much greater binding Falcyn and Medea together. I
hate alphahole male characters, so I like that Falcyn treats
Medea with respect and never makes the mistake of
In DRAGONSWORN, the journey matters as much as the
destination. If you must undertake a perilous mission, it's
a good idea to take a few resilient companions who know how
to survive at all cost. Whether it's BUFFY THE VAMPIRE
SLAYER, or the Suicide Squad crew, I love stories like
DRAGONSWORN in which an unlikely group of heroes works
together to thwart evildoers. Medea, Falcyn, Urian, Brogan,
Blaise, and Shadow make a formidable team and I look forward
to reading more about all of them in future books. The
chemistry between the group is just as important, and just
as delightful, as the chemistry between Medea and Falcyn.
DRAGONSWORN is a delectable romance between two paranormal
powerhouses, with characters who cover the spectrum
including the divine, deadly, and the dastardly. These are
two of my favorite characters, and I'm so happy that
Sherrilyn Kenyon has given them the love and story that
these feisty, fierce, and fabulous characters deserve and
There is nothing in the universe the cursed dragon,
Falcyn, hates more than humanity . . . except Greek
humans. In a war he wanted no part of, they
systematically destroyed everything heíd ever cared for.
Now he waits for the day when evolution will finally rid
him of the human vermin.
Medea was born the granddaughter of the Greek god Apollo,
and among the first of his people that he cursed to die.
But she will not let anyone rule her life. Not even her
notorious grandfather. And when Apollo sends a new plague
to destroy what remains of her people, she refuses to
stand by and watch him take everything she loves from her
This time, she knows of a secret weapon that can stop the
ancient god and his army of demons. Once and for all.
However, said device is in the hands of a dragon who
wants nothing to do with politics, the gods, humanity,
demons or Apollites. And especially not her. He is the
She is the unstoppable force . . .
When Apollo makes a strategic move that backfires, he
forces Falcyn back into play. Now Medea either has the
weapon she needs to save her people, or sheís unleashed
total Armageddon. If she canít find some way to control
the dragon before itís too late, Falcyn will be an even
worse plague on the world than the one Apollo has set
loose. But how can anyone control a demonic dragon whose
sole birthright is world annihilation?