Cody’s Dragon by K.M. Mahoney

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Cody’s Dragon by K.M. Mahoney
Publisher: Totally Bound
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Full Length (205 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Lisianthus

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.

Cody is human, and has no idea that dragons or the Fae exist, but he does know that he’s really into Kirit. I loved Kirit, he was so ready for a mate, and he just knew he’d find one in the human world.

He finds Cody pretty quickly, he doesn’t understand a lot of human concepts, so he doesn’t really understand what Cody does for a living, or that not every human jumps in bed with someone right away.

Cody is just happy to be with someone who really seems to like him and care, he’s not a stranger to the fact that there is more in the world, although it’s never been confirmed, this helps him take to Kirit’s other nature easily. He’s not necessarily ready for Kirit’s world but because of his love for Kirit he goes for it.

Things are go a bit awry, some helpful people meddle in their love life with good intentions and it does help their relationship. I really love these two and the secondary characters. They add humor and color to the story and world.

I will be watching this series, and look forward to more books.

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