Genre: LGBT Fantasy Related Titles: Gaven and Gaven 2: The Bonding The immortal Finnarians mate for life and once they find their mate, nothing on earth can. Draconian -Finnarian -a match of war. The immortal Finnarians mate for life, and once they find their mate, nothing on earth can make them leave. But what. Draconian -Finnarian -a match of war. The immortal Finnarians mate for life, and once they find their mate, nothing on earth can make them.
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Smashwords – Draconian Measures – a book by J.C. Owens
During that book we are given teasing hints of the difficulty Sadan had in wooing Graitaan. There is a lot of humor, emotion and hot interspecies sex. My fiery little mate kept me on my toes, always trying to get my attention.
Instead of angst and emotional turmoil, this book is very meaaures in tone and deals in an almost comic fashion with the relationship between Sadan, the father of the hero of the previous book and the grumpy Graitaan. We’d love to hear from you. The writing and editing were superb. Summary Review A surprisingly amusing story of love draconina species which, unfortunately became a little repetitive towards the end.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I still get tears when I read it. Online 52 visitors Newest member: The years of military service bereft of his peers has isolated him. Hi Hannah I really liked the first two Gaven books and this prequel is still worth reading, especially if you are curious about Sadan and Graitaan.
On the other hand, it was owems how all Sadan ever really did to the Draconian was constantly rape him of his will and dignity. The descriptions of the world and of the creative characters were wonderful!
I fell hopelessly in love with the Finnarian prince Sadan and his stubborn,grumpy,fierce – and incredibly cute – Draconian mate Graitaan. The immortal Finnarians mate for life, and once they find their mate, nothing on earth can make them leave.
Loved Sadan’s mouthiness and Graitaan’s surliness.
Draconian Measures (Gaven #3)
For a summer read, this should hit the spot. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. But what about when that mate is not Finnarian at all, but a stubborn, fiery, extremely irritable Draconian? Long and Short Reviews. Get our posts in your reader! The highest praise — and reserved for only a few. I really liked it. Pete and the Werewolf. Owens from the author’s official website. Yet his body betrays him time and again, especially when he experiences the sexual ecstasy of a Finnarian bite and the giving of his own blood.
Instead the two main characters share first person narrating duties as they explain in great length and repetitive detail why they are on opposites sides of the mating fence. To the pursuit of happiness. A Christmas Cowboy to Keep. Whyever did I wait so long to read this book?
But what about when that mate is not Finnarian at all, but a stubborn, fiery, extremely irritable Draconian? What if that Draconian wants nothing at all to do with his Finnarian mate?
I caught them deftly and placed them carefully back just inside the door, turning to wait for more projectiles. He had the jd pages of the story. Apr 21, Letti rated it it was amazing. I enjoy writing of the beauty of men loving men, plus the conflict in what a person thinks they want, versus what they truly need to become themselves.
I think any writing that shows the beauty of men loving men is worthwhile. Sign in to subscribe to email alerts for J. The story is told entirely to the reader through internal monologue and repetition so this may not appeal to all readers.
Draconian Measures by J.C. Owens
I loved Sadan and Graitaan’s story those Freakin Finnarians are a trip Most books reviewed on this site have been provided free of charge by the publisher, author or publicist. I personally started to tire of it around the halfway draconain but reader tastes vary and the light writing may help readers finish.
I think I enjoyed this one the most because of the switching points of view, and because watching Graitaan fight the attraction was more fun than watching Gaven fight his to Vlar. Have I ever mentioned how much I enjoy a novel that boasts a well-written changing point of view??
There were some definite awww moments which made me smile: Hadn’t it been for Sadan’s deep grieving in the end, I’d have surely detested him. Nearly the entire is constructed through internal dialogue.