Audiobook Review: I Married a Dragon (Prime Mating Agency, #6).⭐️⭐️⭐️

I Married a Dragon by Regine Abel

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

He’s a beast only she can tame

When a dark portal spewing shadow beasts opens into a research facility, Kaida’s unit is dispatched to destroy them. The last thing she expects is for the massive dragon amidst the creatures to claim her. To avoid an intergalactic conflict, and to perform an important mission, she consents to a temporary marriage of convenience with the Shadow Lord Cedros. But with each passing day, she finds herself drawn to the sweet and socially awkward male who lurks within this strong and fearsome protector of his realm.

She’s his peace and his salvation

For decades, Cedros searched in vain for the one female who would silence his growing madness, take away the pain torturing his body, and end the loneliness and isolation that is the curse of a Shadow Lord. Who would have thought she would be an off-worlder? And yet, here she is, his little Kaida, a human so fragile, so delicate, and yet so strong. Her mere presence brings him divine peace. Her simple embrace awakens feelings and emotions he never thought possible.

How can he convince her to stay with him in this world so ill-adapted to her species, and when she didn’t come to him by choice, but out of duty?

I Married a Dragon

Shadow Lord!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💚🖤💙
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📙
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: ☹️🙃😍
Narrator(s): 🎙🎙🎙🎙
Narration Type: Solo Narration

The heroine: Kaida – she was an enforcer and part of the main strike team working with the United Planets Organization peacekeeping force, tasked with finding and destroying shadow beasts who came through a portal in a research facility. She was surprised that each of the creatures dissolved when shot with a blaster. When they got to a swarm of the beasts, she saw that the nightmarish creatures were attacking a beautiful dragon. Though the dragon was holding his own, there were a lot of beasts attacking so her team protected the dragon.

The Hero: Cedros – he was a shadow lord who has been searching for his mate for a long time. At his age, he would soon go mad if he didn’t find his mate. He never thought he would find her after traveling through a portal off his world. From the first time he saw her, he felt peace.

The Story: Kaida was in the middle of a firestorm when the dragon landed directly in front of her. He grabbed her and she passed out. When she woke two days later she was told that the dragon was a shadow lord who fights the monsters from the void and they can create portals, like the one that was mistakenly opened by the research facility. She also finds out she is the mate of the shadow lord and if she refuses, it could end in war. She is also asked to take on an undercover mission to find out who is smuggling the stones that the research facility used to open the portals.

Like the previous books, this had a story about another new and complex world. I liked how all the previous books were done so I grabbed this one also. One thing about these books, is you have to listen carefully at the beginning, in order to understand the world and what is going on in that world with other beings, as well as political aspects of the world. Though I do love the fact that each book has a new world and the world building has been great.

This book is told in dual points of view via solo narration and is narrated by Darryl Mayfield. He does a great job and has a very deep voice, but softens it quite a bit for the female voices. I don’t often listen to solo narration books, but this series has been so good. Though I have to admit that this one wasn’t as good as some of the other in the series. I am not sure if it was my mood, that maybe I just wasn’t feeling it because I wasn’t in the mood for a book, but I kept stopping it to watch TV and I fell asleep a few times while listening.


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