The Golden Dragon was a good story. I really enjoyed the characters. April is a fleshed out character that is very funny. Drake is also fleshed out and a bit more serious. There is plenty of humor in this story between all of the mishaps with the magic. The coven has been told a huge lie that needs to be fixed but the person who can fix it is not trusted. Drake knows the truth and can prove it but the problem is that he is supposed to be the bad guy. This story was pretty short and I wish that there had been more. There is action though and it is not completely resolved in the end. It will carry on to future stories. This one was well written. There really was not any sex in it, where I thought it needed just a bit because of all the tension. This does not fully detract from the story though. I loved all of the characters, especially the sisters, and I'm excited about meeting the brothers.
April is shocked when she runs into a dragon in the alley behind her shop. Despite his urbane appearance, a wildness lurks in his gaze. Gathering her coven together, they discuss the ramifications of one of the witch-killing beasts appearing nearby. When spell after spell continues to go awry, is it a sign that their magic is truly weak or is it the dragon in the picture that is turning tulips into toadstools?
Dragons are too bossy to bond to their own kind, so when Drake meets the perfect witch for him, will he have enough fortitude to stand against her coven and their truly crappy magic?