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Mpreg Romance Dragon King Damari is the last dragon of his kind. After a curse killed his family, Damari is left the only one with the power to sustain his tribe. But when years go on and Damari doesn't find his dragon mate, he must venture out into the human world, and search for other ways to protect his people. Dumped by his boyfriend, and stuck on the world's most exclu Mpreg Romance Dragon King Damari is the last dragon of his kind. After a curse killed his family, Damari is left the only one with the power to sustain his tribe. But when years go on and Damari doesn't find his dragon mate, he must venture out into the human world, and search for other ways to protect his people. Dumped by his boyfriend, and stuck on the world's most exclusive resort on Chryseum Island, Miko Lannis needs help getting off…the island. He swoons along with all the other guests when he gets his first look at the domineering dragon king, Damari. He is so handsome and noble, there’s no way he could be interested in the socially awkward Miko in his frayed jeans and worn t-shirt. Damari can’t control the pull he feels towards Miko from the first moment he spots his pastel blue hair in his office. Miko is goofy, clumsy and speaks his mind—a trait that is hard for a dragon king to find. But mostly, he makes Damari smile. If Damari didn’t know better, he would think Miko was his mate, but Miko is a human. When Miko finds himself alone in Damari’s lair, he’s ready and willing. Except something happens that transforms their one night stand into forever. Meanwhile, the curse that killed Damari's family may not be finished. Damari needs to call on all his powers as the Golden Dragon King to protect his new mate and his people. The Golden Dragon's Unexpected Mate is the first book in The Jeweled King's Curse series. It can be read as a standalone and should be read for entertainment purposes only. Do not attempt to recreate anything you read in this book.


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Mpreg Romance Dragon King Damari is the last dragon of his kind. After a curse killed his family, Damari is left the only one with the power to sustain his tribe. But when years go on and Damari doesn't find his dragon mate, he must venture out into the human world, and search for other ways to protect his people. Dumped by his boyfriend, and stuck on the world's most exclu Mpreg Romance Dragon King Damari is the last dragon of his kind. After a curse killed his family, Damari is left the only one with the power to sustain his tribe. But when years go on and Damari doesn't find his dragon mate, he must venture out into the human world, and search for other ways to protect his people. Dumped by his boyfriend, and stuck on the world's most exclusive resort on Chryseum Island, Miko Lannis needs help getting off…the island. He swoons along with all the other guests when he gets his first look at the domineering dragon king, Damari. He is so handsome and noble, there’s no way he could be interested in the socially awkward Miko in his frayed jeans and worn t-shirt. Damari can’t control the pull he feels towards Miko from the first moment he spots his pastel blue hair in his office. Miko is goofy, clumsy and speaks his mind—a trait that is hard for a dragon king to find. But mostly, he makes Damari smile. If Damari didn’t know better, he would think Miko was his mate, but Miko is a human. When Miko finds himself alone in Damari’s lair, he’s ready and willing. Except something happens that transforms their one night stand into forever. Meanwhile, the curse that killed Damari's family may not be finished. Damari needs to call on all his powers as the Golden Dragon King to protect his new mate and his people. The Golden Dragon's Unexpected Mate is the first book in The Jeweled King's Curse series. It can be read as a standalone and should be read for entertainment purposes only. Do not attempt to recreate anything you read in this book.

30 review for The Golden Dragon's Unexpected Mate

  1. 5 out of 5

    ☙ nemo ❧

    this was just bad. really bad writing, bad editing, the flattest and cliched characters ever, and the worldbuilding was absolutely ridiculous. don't waste your time.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gerbera_Reads

    I really enjoyed this book. It was loud, adventurous and deliciously uncomplicated. Just what I wanted yesterday evening. I mean what's not to love about dragons - they are the unicorns of the skies - glittering and magical! Awesome! Miko is an orphan with kind heart but lonely and feeling out of place. He seems vulnerable in the beginning but there is a strong core in him that helps him overcome life's adversities. He comes to the dragon island with his boyfriend George who is a complete opposi I really enjoyed this book. It was loud, adventurous and deliciously uncomplicated. Just what I wanted yesterday evening. I mean what's not to love about dragons - they are the unicorns of the skies - glittering and magical! Awesome! Miko is an orphan with kind heart but lonely and feeling out of place. He seems vulnerable in the beginning but there is a strong core in him that helps him overcome life's adversities. He comes to the dragon island with his boyfriend George who is a complete opposite of Miko and it just clearly outlines the goodness in him. King Damari is hard to determine. He is commanding one minute then kind and sincere the next. The whole problem with his people weights heavy on him and he is restless. I can't say I disliked him but his whole relationship with Grandma Avia was a little off. I mean they way she behaved was a clear indicator that she was up to something and he was either oblivious or ignoring it. Damari and Miko's mating came about very sudden but was extremely hot and sexy in the process. I loved reading about them together. *happy sigh* The whole pregnancy part and the subsequent baby delivery was kind of funny and light and I wish we all had it that easy! When the villain was revealed I was surprised. I didn't see that coming! Well, one of them anyway! I liked the whole book very much. I highly recommend it!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Emily

    3.5 stars for me, but I rounded up despite the issues with proofreading in this one. I agree with the others who have left reviews here - I really loved the story, but there were a LOT of errors, and like stupid little errors too. There were so many that it actually kinda distracted me from the story, and I can usually overlook errors. So, please get your editor to look through the next one a bit more closely than this one did. I enjoyed the world building in this - there are dragon islands that 3.5 stars for me, but I rounded up despite the issues with proofreading in this one. I agree with the others who have left reviews here - I really loved the story, but there were a LOT of errors, and like stupid little errors too. There were so many that it actually kinda distracted me from the story, and I can usually overlook errors. So, please get your editor to look through the next one a bit more closely than this one did. I enjoyed the world building in this - there are dragon islands that were previously unknown to humans, but the dragon kings are starting to make themselves known. I can't wait to learn about some of the other dragons and what they are like. Enjoyable story, dragon shifter fans will enjoy!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jacq ~

    A fun read full of chemistry!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Steph ☀️

    So sad :/ Liked the concept of the story, unfortunately it was laced with so many errors that it just killed it for me. Oh, and then on top of that the story/characters seemed too juvenile IMO.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mimi

    3 solid stars I like Dragon 🐉 novel but this one from Ms. Kiki Burrelli didn't WOW me. But now I know where Ace comes from. He made an appearance in "Under His Control."

  7. 5 out of 5

    Fani *loves angst*

    100% enjoyment - just ignore the many errors and you'll have a couple of hours of fun.

  8. 5 out of 5

    JoAnn

    I was a little nervous about this one. I’ve read this author before and really didn’t enjoy it, but I thought I would give them another go. And while I didn’t think this was literary genesis, it’s was pretty comparable to most shifter mpregs and I wouldn’t mind continuing with the series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Leaundra

    4.5 rounded up to 5. I really enjoyed this first book in the series...

  10. 4 out of 5

    Becca

    I've enjoyed all of Kiki's books so far and this one is no different. I love her books. And adding dragons to the mix is fun! I got to read book 2 before this one, so now I'm glad to see how it all started. And it packed a punch. Miko made me love him right off the bat. I hate his ex. Well it was his boyfriend at the start of the book, but the asshole dumped him and informed him he'd been cheating on him. His ex is a douchebag. Miko has had a rough start to life. He doesn't trust well and has a I've enjoyed all of Kiki's books so far and this one is no different. I love her books. And adding dragons to the mix is fun! I got to read book 2 before this one, so now I'm glad to see how it all started. And it packed a punch. Miko made me love him right off the bat. I hate his ex. Well it was his boyfriend at the start of the book, but the asshole dumped him and informed him he'd been cheating on him. His ex is a douchebag. Miko has had a rough start to life. He doesn't trust well and has a few things he has issues with. And having that for a boyfriend….yuk. I wanted to punch him. When Miko got to Chryseum Island, I was excited to see someone pay attention to him. He seemed to be liked by someone. And then he met the King. Most everyone feared Damari, but not Miko. Not really. He was in fact, quite taken with him and his looks. Even when embarrassing himself to Damari. Miko is the cutest thing when he gets all flustered. Damari was just as taken. In fact, he was so taken with Miko, he thought it cute and admirable when Miko stood up to him or spoke to him in ways no one else would. Damari is a tough nut though. You know Kings have this air they have to maintain, but Damari could be a right prick. Very assholish. But something about Miko tamed him. He smiled more often and finally felt alive. And he finally figured out why. One brief night with Miko turned into something he never expected. Especially with a human. And their short lived happiness turned into a nightmare for both of them. I loved this. It packs a lot in a shorter book. Deception, betrayal, but love and hope. I, of course, am in love with sweet, little Miko. Even surrounded by alpha type buttheads, he moves forward. Albeit a little clumsily, but he does. He makes this book for me. Even being a definite fiction, Miko’s character is so realistic in his personality and characteristics. I'm anxious to see how the rest turn out. Knowing how some things are and the evil heifer trying to mess things up. It's a fun read! Give it a go! Happy reading! http://lovebytesreviews.com

  11. 5 out of 5

    llv

    Rating: 3.5 stars I enjoyed this book. Liked both of the MCs. Thought they went well together. There wasn’t really much substance to the story, and I thought the interactions between Miko and his previous boyfriend didn’t make a whole lot of sense. Still, the story was entertaining, and I enjoyed it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    LeeAnn Montemayor

    The story was ok, but the editing was so bad I couldn't enjoy much. Examples: take it instead of ticket, you are instead of your (yes, the possessive is the correct one). I think someone just did spellcheck without checking the context of the words. If you can ignore really bad mistakes like this, dive in.

  13. 4 out of 5

    jennifer Jensen

    Great story about Dragons I am a huge fan of Kimi Burrelli. She didn't disappoint with this new series. It was a really good story about the golden dragons and why they needed to come out to humans. You could almost guess who one of the bad guys was from his part in the story. However, the other was a bit of a shock. I gave this 4 stars because even though the story was amazing there were a few typos (George not Georgia, or their not there). There weren't many, just enough to be noticeable. All in Great story about Dragons I am a huge fan of Kimi Burrelli. She didn't disappoint with this new series. It was a really good story about the golden dragons and why they needed to come out to humans. You could almost guess who one of the bad guys was from his part in the story. However, the other was a bit of a shock. I gave this 4 stars because even though the story was amazing there were a few typos (George not Georgia, or their not there). There weren't many, just enough to be noticeable. All in all, I did love the story and can't wait for the next book in the series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lynze MF

    I loved this book and can't wait for the next in this series and hope it will be like every type of dragon gets a book so I'm assuming the diamond dragons will be next To people who haven't read this book yet most of the people who gave this book a bad review did it just because of spelling and grammar errors but honestly it's not that bad if you read in your head then all you have to do is correct it and it's not that hard because there aren't to many in my opinion

  15. 4 out of 5

    Russell blain

    Good beginnings Kiki can do anything she sets her pen to it seems. This is a great beginning to a very convoluted story. I can see it growing and changing as it moves on. Even dragon species crossing. Because segregation is for fruits not people or shifters.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Julianne Macneil

    I read this book as part of an arc program. This is the story about King Damari, a dragon shifter who recently made the world aware of the dragon shifters and opened his island to visitors. During one of the first visits, George and Miko go to the island with the hopes of George writing a story about the dragons real intentions. George is a reporter and when his usual photographer is unable to go to the island, he asks his boyfriend Miko to go to take photos. Miko is a young man who grew up in f I read this book as part of an arc program. This is the story about King Damari, a dragon shifter who recently made the world aware of the dragon shifters and opened his island to visitors. During one of the first visits, George and Miko go to the island with the hopes of George writing a story about the dragons real intentions. George is a reporter and when his usual photographer is unable to go to the island, he asks his boyfriend Miko to go to take photos. Miko is a young man who grew up in foster care and is a little unsure of himself. George tells Miko he packed something in his suitcase, causing Miko to overreact and cause the king to ask to see him. Miko thinks it is about one thing, but it is the king wanting to apologize to him about his grandmother's rudeness and ask him to dine at the king's table. Miko attends with George and when George wants to return early to his room, George dumps Miko when he learns George was cheating on him with his usual photographer. Miko flees and King Damari finds him and takes him to his private chambers. King Damari knows Miko is his mate, but Miko is a little unsure, so King Damari tells him to take his time and decide, but he still wants to see him. Miko has feelings for King Damari but he has to decide if he can give up his life in the US and he might face danger on the island. I really enjoyed this story. I liked Miko, I thought he was a little loveable and a little awkward. King Damari was not what I thought, I thought he would be stuffy and aloof, but he was very dominant and loving. Good one.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Me: I will read this. I know the writing's going to be a little flat but I just want some silly, fun dragon romance and this looks like it can deliver! The book: Here's your hero, a guy prone to falling into abusive relationships The book: And the love interest, a guy who's used to everyone obeying his every order unquestioningly The book: And look, the love interest has decided the main character can't leave and he'll humour MC in thinking he can until MC comes around to staying The book: And now Me: I will read this. I know the writing's going to be a little flat but I just want some silly, fun dragon romance and this looks like it can deliver! The book: Here's your hero, a guy prone to falling into abusive relationships The book: And the love interest, a guy who's used to everyone obeying his every order unquestioningly The book: And look, the love interest has decided the main character can't leave and he'll humour MC in thinking he can until MC comes around to staying The book: And now love interest is physically assaulting MC's ex Me: Am I meant to find this sexy? Is this meant to be fun? Like, for fuck sake, I just wanted some fluffy silly fun with a side of destined mates and mpreg, instead I seem to have an abused MC who isn't sure how he got to be here and a love interest who has no plans of letting him say no and is physically abusive. And MC's pregnant. Not sweet. Not sexy. I kept waiting for MC to stand up to ex and say he WANTED to stay but he never did, love interest just leapt right on in there with the physical assault. Did no finish, gonna look elsewhere for fun and sexy.

  18. 4 out of 5

    John-Torleif Harris

    Great new series, but terrible proofreading I thought that this book started out rather roughly. It felt like I was dumped into the middle of a story rather than starting a new series (though I know that it's connected to Kiki's other series). There didn't feel like enough world/character building to really buy into Miko's relationship with George. Also, it seemed like this was written using speech to text software, but not really edited to ensure things like "take an in" instead of "taken in" we Great new series, but terrible proofreading I thought that this book started out rather roughly. It felt like I was dumped into the middle of a story rather than starting a new series (though I know that it's connected to Kiki's other series). There didn't feel like enough world/character building to really buy into Miko's relationship with George. Also, it seemed like this was written using speech to text software, but not really edited to ensure things like "take an in" instead of "taken in" were corrected. There were multiple examples of this, and it really distracted from the flow of the story. Despite these things though, I was just as taken in by these new dragons as all of Kiki's other characters. I can't imagine how hopeless the Golden Dragons must have been after the death of nearly everyone in the royal family, and I wonder why the villains chose to let Damari survive. Did they think that he was easy to manipulate? Or did they just need someone to maintain the golden flame?

  19. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    Fast but not furious I'm back tracking to this book after having read the third book and I find myself disappointed. This is a much simpler book that I expected. Though it is a story of mates, I found that not enough time was given to allowing a relationship to build, nor nearly wooing before a child was already involved. While this relationship was the speedy focus of the book, the real problem I had was with the antagonist. This book has the same antagonist as the third book, yet in this book t Fast but not furious I'm back tracking to this book after having read the third book and I find myself disappointed. This is a much simpler book that I expected. Though it is a story of mates, I found that not enough time was given to allowing a relationship to build, nor nearly wooing before a child was already involved. While this relationship was the speedy focus of the book, the real problem I had was with the antagonist. This book has the same antagonist as the third book, yet in this book that person is a weak nuisance, rather than the fearsome for they are painted as later. That felt odd, especially how very little it took to overcome the antagonist when they are so powerful later. I only know this from going in rerverse,otherwise I simply would have seen this as a book with very little tension or climax. An okay book bit one with little drive.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    I loved this story. Well written with well developed characters. Normally I would have given 5 stars but I agree with everyone else. It was shocking how many errors there are. Stupid ones. New instead of knew. Plus on time the word was close instead of clothes. I would have been more understanding if this was a new author but I have read all of Ms. Burrelli's books and not since her early books have I seen so many errors. I still loved the story but I agree that it distracts from the story when I loved this story. Well written with well developed characters. Normally I would have given 5 stars but I agree with everyone else. It was shocking how many errors there are. Stupid ones. New instead of knew. Plus on time the word was close instead of clothes. I would have been more understanding if this was a new author but I have read all of Ms. Burrelli's books and not since her early books have I seen so many errors. I still loved the story but I agree that it distracts from the story when you have to think over what the author meant when you come across an error. I am looking forward to the next book and hope that it does not have as many errors.

  21. 4 out of 5

    KB Kustoms

    Liked the plot, but has a lot of errors I liked the plot of the story, but as I read in several reviews before I decided to borrow this book, there were sooooo many obvious mistakes. I can overlook some of grammar and spelling errors when I read, but I mean using "there" instead of "their" ?!?! And mixing up of "fated" and "faded"?!?! There were several more that I can't think of right now. I would've given this book at least 4 stars, if not 5, for the plot and characters, but the errors were pre Liked the plot, but has a lot of errors I liked the plot of the story, but as I read in several reviews before I decided to borrow this book, there were sooooo many obvious mistakes. I can overlook some of grammar and spelling errors when I read, but I mean using "there" instead of "their" ?!?! And mixing up of "fated" and "faded"?!?! There were several more that I can't think of right now. I would've given this book at least 4 stars, if not 5, for the plot and characters, but the errors were pretty bad.

  22. 4 out of 5

    caroline wilson

    Enjoyed the story but was hard work I received this book from the sweet and spicy arc programme for an honest opinion. I'm familiar with this author's work and generally am always in for a good read but this book just missed the mark unfortunately this time. The story I enjoyed but getting there was hard work so was more of a chore then a pleasure as there was errors galore and like sentences and paragraphs had been chopped and just landed higgedy piggedy. So a good story but editing let it down😕

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    I can not recommend this book or author. While the story is pretty good, it was dictated then published without any proofreading. There are blatantly obvious errors on every page which marred my enjoyment. Plus there’s an easily checked factual error in the beginning. A man travels with his boyfriend to a remote island inhabited by dragon shifters. He loses the boyfriend and gets knocked up by the king dragon. A conspiracy threatens him and the island.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rachwithheadinabook

    Dragons oh my! The dragons have recently exposed their existence to the world and now humans can visit. Miko is there to photograph for his boyfriend, while he reports on the dragons after an event involving a restroom break,a trip on the stairs and bumping into an older Dragon Miko comes to the attention of the golden king. This book is pure fantasy and is perfect to escape into.

  25. 4 out of 5

    april

    A wonderful story! This is a great example of Ms Burrelli, fun and well written. I hope to hear more from this wonderful island, and even more interesting dragons! When gold can be made from dragons what else can you imagine is next? I love the imagination and thought that was put into this story.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Megan Jackson

    I enjoyed this book it was a good quick read. It just left me wanting a little bit more in the end. That's why I didn't get a five star... I honestly think you should read this book because it was a really good plot. And I would definitely be interested in books with the other dragons as well... I am hoping the next book out will be about the diamond dragons.... a fun read!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Starr

    One of the best I loved this story and I feel in love with the characters my only issue with it was the ending felt rushed. It was such a beautiful detailed sorry and then the ending just feel a little flat but otherwise a great read. So great that I couldn't put it down and demolished it in about a day.

  28. 4 out of 5

    CB

    4 books in this very hot series and they are definitely worth reading, in order! Each one has it's own story about a different dragon clan; however, there is an underlying story that comes to a final end in book #4. Plus the MC's do show up here and there in each other's stories as they progress. Definitely heavy on the fantasy and exactly what I was looking for on a long weekend escape!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Joshua

    Great read but... This book was a great read and I really enjoyed the plot, the characters, and the world that the author has created. The only issue I had was there are several grammar and full mistakes in the books that can be a little annoying while reading. But overall this book was a great read and looking forward to reading book 2 of this series.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Petronella Ford

    Not the best I usually like Kimi Burelli's books but this one missed the mark. It has an unruly title for one and secondly it needed another edit or a good beta read as it was full of mistakes. Really disappointing for an author I'm a fan of

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