Review: Cody’s Dragon (A Dragon’s Treasure #1) by K.M. Mahoney

January 11, 2017 Review 1

Review: Cody’s Dragon (A Dragon’s Treasure #1) by K.M. Mahoney

How far is Cody willing to go to keep his dragon?

Kirit is lonely and he’s sick of coming home from the king’s assignments to a cold, empty cave. After searching for years for a mate, Kirit decides it’s time to try a new approach. Against the advice of all his friends, he heads for the human side of the world. There he finds Cody, and the man is everything he could ever want. It takes a little bit of persuasion, but he manages to talk Cody into coming back with him to Faerie.

Within a week of arriving, Cody is beginning to rethink his impulsive decision. He’s trekked across more terrain than he would care to remember, been summoned to meet a king, and flown on a dragon—not an experience he’s willing to repeat anytime soon. Kirit’s growly possessiveness is starting to wear on his nerves, and the unexpected hostility he encounters at the palace is almost enough to make him give up.

But Cody is stubborn. He may not be willing to admit it out loud, but Kirit has got under his skin. He may even, shockingly enough, love the big guy.

Now Cody has to decide what he’s willing to do to keep the man of his dreams.

Title: Cody's Dragon
Author: K.M. Mahoney
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: A Good Idea, Learning To Love Cats, Right Place, Right Time
Series: A Dragon's Treasure
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: January 31, 2014
Genres: Erotic Fantasy Romance, Male Male Romance
Pages: 205
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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The first book in A Dragon’s Treasure series is a fascinating m/m story of dragons, fairies and other fae that entices the reader to join them in their world.

Kirit is lonely and sick of his empty cave, so he heads for the human world in search of a mate and finds Cody and convinces him to return to Faerie. Within a week of a growly possessive dragon, interfering Kings, trouble making dragons and snobby gentry Cody’s beginning to rethink his decision and has to decide just what he’s willing to do to keep his dragon.

This steady to fast paced plot keeps readers well entertained with lots of suspense, snarky dialogue, humorous situations and romance, not to mention the dragons.  The author gives life to the story with vivid imagery, details and strong, enchanting characters that grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning.  As the couple try to maneuver through the perils of the court, the reader can’t help getting caught up in the story.

The attraction between Cody and Kirit is combustible with some scorching hot sex scenes and sweet moments that tug at the heartstrings.  But the relationship has a rocky start due to… well let’s just say that leaving everything you know for a whole new world shakes things up quite a bit and leads to some confusion.

Dragon antics and manipulative Kings lead the couple into some intense, dangerous and sometimes humorous situations that add lots of spice to the story.  Snarky and funny dialogue also elicit quite a few chuckles and with lots of fun and charming characters this story becomes a very entertaining read that I couldn’t put down.  The author has added her own spin to the paranormal world and Faerie Realm that certainly has lots of potential for future books. I am really glad that Nyx’s book is next because I can’t wait to read about his mate.

Cody's Dragon


One Response to “Review: Cody’s Dragon (A Dragon’s Treasure #1) by K.M. Mahoney”

  1. Kristin

    I’ve never heard of this before but it sounds good. I’m always looking for dragon shifter books and the fact that this is M/M is even more rare. I will have to check it out.
    Kristin @ Book Sniffers Anonymous