Book Reviews

Flying With Dragons by Sean Michael

Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 21-March-2019

Book Blurb

Having annoyed the council, Grunk is assigned the job of Director of Human/Dragon Relations. Unfortunately for Grunk, he hates the city, he'd rather be in his dragon form than his human one, and he already hates the job even though it’s only his first day.

Then he meets his assistant, Kyfan, and he's instantly smitten. When he finds out that Kyfan has never really flown and rarely spends any time in his dragon form, Grunk is shocked and insists on changing that, immediately. After all, flying with the lovely Kyfan's way better than sitting behind his desk in his office.

It turns out that Kyfan is a lovely little dragon and once they've flown together, Grunk knows that they share a bond and he prepares to make his claim. The fact that it's going to annoy the council is only a bonus.



First edition published by Torquere Press, May 2013.


Book Review

If you're looking for a super-cute book about dragon shifters, this one should make your list. There aren't any major adventures to follow, but the quiet humor, tongue-in cheek references to an obnoxious Dragon Council who have no clue what they're doing, and a dragon mate who is adorably insecure are just the perfect combination to make this an entertaining, and very hot read.

Grunk is a bit of a recluse. Actually, make that a total hermit. He loves his cave, far away from the city, and hates his job, the pollution in the city, and the Dragon Council. The new job he's just gotten as human-dragon liaison totally baffles him, but it comes with an amazing assistant. As much as Grunk likes to be a dragon, Kyfan prefers his human form. Grunk thinks that just isn't right, and sets out to prove to Kyfan how much fun it is to be a dragon.

Kyfan has been looked down upon and discriminated against because he is centuries old and still hasn't "settled" on his preferences. As an outward sign, he has a variety of colors, rather than just one (like Grunk and his deep purple skin). He is shy, rather small for a dragon, and cannot believe that a good-looking male like Grunk is actually interested in him. I loved the way he gradually begins to trust Gunk, and tries out new things.

If you like dragon shifters, if you enjoy reading about powerful mates freeing and standing up for previously much-less-powerful partners, and if you're looking for an entertaining book that will leave you smiling, then you will probably like this short story. I think it's totally adorable!




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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Short Story, 41 pages/10800 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 19-February-2017
Price $2.99 ebook
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