Ciendon McDoffrey just had his life turned upside down. Everything he thought he knew about himself and his brothers has been stripped away. While attempting to rob a dragon of its hoard, Ciendon learns he’s been manipulated by his brother, Ronin, for years. His other brother, Thom, had never hated him. Thom even convinces his dragon lover, whom Ciendon had been trying toCiendon McDoffrey just had his life turned upside down. Everything he thought he knew about himself and his brothers has been stripped away. While attempting to rob a dragon of its hoard, Ciendon learns he’s been manipulated by his brother, Ronin, for years. His other brother, Thom, had never hated him. Thom even convinces his dragon lover, whom Ciendon had been trying to rob, to spare his life. Instead, as penance, Ciendon is assigned to a dragon named Paigon, who puts him to work tending livestock. Ciendon considers it a far lighter punishment than what he deserves, especially when he and Paigon discover a mutual attraction which they quickly act upon. When Thom reveals that the Circle of Elders have given several dragons the right to court Ciendon, and Paigon isn’t one of them, will Ciendon accept bonding with a strange dragon, believing it’s the punishment he truly deserves? Or will he forgive himself and fight for what he wants?...
|Title||:||For a Dragon's Forgiveness|
|Number of Pages||:||101 Pages|
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For a Dragon's Forgiveness Reviews
3.5 starsAnother sweet short story.
At least in this fourth book, we got the sweetest coupled pair, Ciendon and Paigon. This story wasn't as awful as the previous book, but still developed in a dull way.
2.5 StarsQuick story of a human thief and the dragon he ends up bound to. Sweet, hurt/comfort theme.
My new favorite of the series, I'm so glad I didn't give up after #3.I think I liked it more because we got to see more of how the dragon society works, and that's what fascinates me the most about this series.I also really liked Ciendon and Paigon, and that they spent more than a few hours together before deciding to bond. Favorite Quote: "Ye're at the top of me list of best things to ever happen to me."
Ciendon MacDoffrey finds his whole world turned upside down. Following his brother, Ronin, led him to trying to steal a dragon’s hoard. Now, caught, it is his other brother, Thom, who saves him. Convincing his lover to allow him to work as punishment, Ciendon is given to Paigon to set up his work in the fields, a punishment Ciendon considers much too lenient. Staying with Paigon, the two discover a mutual attraction which they cannot resist. Then Thom tells him the Circle of Elders has approved several dragons to court Ciendon. Paigon is not one of them.Ciendon spent his life following his brother, Ronin. He believed everything Ronin told him and when he discovered otherwise, he felt ashamed. Ronin had even told him lies about Thom. His penance was to work for Paigon. He and Paigon found they were attracted but Paigon was not one approved to court him. Ciendon felt now his real penance would begin.You can’t help but route for a happy ending to this love affair. Ciendon was controlled by Ronin for so long. He deserved some happiness and so does Paigon. Do they find it? Pick up this excellent story and find out for yourself. There is nothing better than a fantastic dragon story.
2.5 stars. This series is starting to go downhill for me. I have to admit though that 'dumb heroes' are not a favorite trope of mine anyway and that may have factored into my feelings for this volume. I know the first couple books had similar pacing with a lot of sex, but now I feel like book is 95% sex and I'm sorry but I need a little bit more romance and relationship between my MC's. I do like it when are guys get to see characters from previous books, but I want to know more about the lives of the dragons. Instead we just get lots of tumbles in the cave and a lot of 'ye canna mean it' and 'me brother is an arse' vernacular that is starting to detract more from the story as it becomes more heavily used than in previous books. I'm not looking for any great shakes, I know this is a serial shifter series but it started off pretty well I thought. This story meandered, contradicted the first of the volume with some of its new rules and frankly got a little boring! I skipped book 5 and 6 (thank goodness for free previews) and neither interested me. I may give book 7 a chance but my interest has waned...
I really liked this story. Ciendon was portrayed as a kinda slow big lug with a soft heart... but about 1/4 of the way through the book he lost the persona a bit. Pai is a farmer dragon who also happens to be 80 years old. .apparently like equivalent to our mid 20s. Ciendon and Pai were pretty cute together. They were a good match. .But one thing I can't stand is the "accents" in this book. Simply replacing every yes or yeah worth "aye" does not make it believable! I imagine it's quite difficult to write an accent but they're must be a better way than this!!!
I actually enjoyed this one. Well, I did, with the caveat that I am not a huge fan of the setting or the dynamics of the societies present in the series.But at least the story itself seemed to give the couple a tiny bit more of a chance to actually get invested in each other. In retrospect I have no idea how, because as usual things happened fast, and sex almost faster – but there you go.Maybe I am just a sucker for a simple, gentle guy who’s finding his own after a life of being put down.Super quick read, though.
The couple in the story are so sweet. This is a story of second chances and I really enjoyed the book. The series is going into more detail on how the dragons daily life is like.
Short but enjoyable