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An Enemy Dragon

By: Aiden Bates,Jill Haven
Narrated by: J. K. Frysta
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Publisher's Summary

I wish the enemy wasn’t so...hot.

I’m a proud Templar, like my daddy was, and his daddy.

It’s my job to rid the earth of dragon scum...and the money isn’t bad, either.

I never expected a dragon to show up on my doorstep, though. Or offer to help me find a cure for my Mama’s illness.

And most of all, I never expected that I’d fall for him.

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The templars and their cohorts are wreaking havoc on the dragons and their mates again. Will evil reign over good? This is an edge of your seat listen that I got caught up in until the end. I didn't like Link at first, but grew to like him. Loved Sasha and empathized with Morgan. The narrator did an excellent job. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this story and am giving an honest review.

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Series gets better with each installment

I am really enjoying this series it's interesting and this one delves a little more into the other sides of things and introduces some other friends/foes? I really loved Sasha and Linc's story and how it unfolded. Frysta continues to perform well with the narration.

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enjoyed it

Would I listen to it again: yes
Did the story keep me engaged: yes
Was I invested in the characters: yes
What did I like about the story? good pace, likeable well rounded characters, more teaser on the overall background of the dragons and an interesting story. Sasha is such an honorable dragon - i'm glad he found his mate.

I enjoyed J.K. Frysta narration and think he's done a good job narrating An Enemy Dragon. I had no problem distinguishing characters or feeling the emotions of the story. I did find his voice for Sasha a little slow, but once I nudged the speed up to 1.1 it was all good. This is only a minor critique and wasn't significant enough to pull me from what was an enjoyable and well performed story.

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I really enjoyed listening to this book. I hope there will be more of this series.

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Spank that Azz!

That’s all I wanted to do with this bratty omega. He’s glad that he found a patient dragon to deal with him because the first several chapters all I wanted to do is spank the trader. Hopefully he redeemed himself and this turned out to be a good book after that.

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Narrator J. K. Frysta once more delivered a stunning mpreg paranormal romance. His deep baritone voice fits these sexy dragons perfectly. Listeners will swoon and flutter their eyelids while falling in love with the series.

I love this series, each book has a new approach to pairing a dragon with his omega. Slowly, we start to meet other paranormal characters, like witches, werewolves and maybe vampires. We do meet the nasty scientists testing and experimenting on the dragons. The poor horny suckers are being lured into a trap by an omega, who drugs them and after the dragon is roofied, the Templars swoop in and abduct him. The authors succeed to keep my attention, and I look forward to hear what’s happening next. I am anxiously awaiting the outcome of the search for a dragon who is as old as time and slumbering underneath a mountain on land or at the bottom of the sea.

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Sasha finds his mate!

Sasha, an outcast dragon, travels to find another sacred omega. Such omega works with the Templars. This world keeps getting better. His “brother” Morgan is in danger too. I liked Mercy found her true legacy too. She is quirky and gives every sequel a bit of fun.
Mr Frysta has a great voice. Such good narration.