Title: About A Dragon
Author: A.J. Llewellyn
Length: Novella (97 pages)
Publisher: Amber Allure, Amber Quill Press, LLC (March 15th 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: TV writer Teddy Greist thinks he’s met the perfect guy. The man with the unusual name of Song Smith is so wonderful. Teddy couldn’t have written him better. He’s sexy, soulful, full of ambition, and—oh, no, Teddy soon realizes—just a little bit crazy.
Just as Teddy’s getting comfortable with the idea of being in love and having his hit show Oahu P.D. on the air at the same time, Song suddenly confesses to some weird family curse, then dumps Teddy faster than a bowl of soggy chicken dumplings.
Song is wild about Teddy, who’s changing his life in so many ways. But will Teddy still love him in return when he learns just how demented Song’s family really is? Can their budding romance survive the twisted tale of his father’s disappearance? And what will Teddy say when it becomes all too clear it has a lot to do with strings, sealing wax, and other fancy stuff?
Oh, and one more thing—it’s all about a dragon, too.
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Review: Teddy and Son have been dating for three months and are just getting there to full-blown love. They spend almost every night together and just have not yet said the words. However Song is keeping a secret about his family, and it is a doozy.
It was very funny as each man went about his day and the situations they each had at their day jobs. Seriously I think most people would be able to understand working at jobs you hate and having co-workers you just did not like. There were lush descriptions of Hawaii and the local hunts.
The relationship between Teddy and Son was realistic. There was no instant love and they had been dating a while when the book starts up. They were at the stage where they were meeting the family and taking things deeper. The sex between was explicit but not overly so and was nice and hot without being off the wall.
I really enjoyed this little story. There was a lot of humor, little angst, and it was well written. I also liked how the dragon was incorporated into the story and the history behind him. This book just hit my good enjoyment meter perfectly.
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