Hallelujah, Katie's dragons are back, and this is about one of my very favorites, highly opinionated, pain-in-the-rear Kostya. He is a dragon who's attitude makes it very easy to love to hate him, and when Aoife Dakar, recently released from a Swedish sanitarium due to an unfortunate incident 2 years prior at a Goth Faire, finds herself faced with his naked body on the beach not far from her home, the fun begins.
Throw in the little fact that Aoife had just inherited Jim, a amnesiac demon masquerading as a Newfoundland dog (Jim swears that's the pinnacle of perfection for a demon form), by virtue of running him over in the middle of the road, and you know Aoife's life has just begun unraveling. At least she possesses an attitude of her own, and she doesn't take any s**t from anyone, especially great looking naked men and huge black talking dogs!
Kostya is trying to break the curse that the demon Lord Asmodeus has set upon the dragons and he has no time to spare for his potential Mate, Aoife.
As the story progresses, we are reintroduced to many of the great characters in the proceeding dragon books, and this makes me want to go back and reread them, something I am almost never tempted to do. I am just so happy that Katie is back to her dragons, and I'm able to buy the sequel to this in November.