NYT & USAT Bestselling Author
Paranormal Dragon-shifting Romance
Revised Expanded Anniversary Edition
Breaking up was never so hard…
Going undercover at a mass wedding as a bartered bride, Morrigan Blake has every intention of getting off the barbaric planet just as soon as it’s over. Or, more correctly, just as soon as she captures footage of the mysterious princes rumored to be in attendance.
But after a euphoric night, Morrigan discovers her ride left without her, and Ualan of Draig is claiming she’s his wife. It’s not exactly the story this reporter had in mind. And to make matters worse, the all-to-seductive alpha refuses to take no for an answer.
Being cursed by the gods was never so frustrating…
Prince Ualan is prepared to follow dragon-shifter tradition and marry the woman revealed to him during the Breeding Festival. When the stubborn, yet achingly sexy, Morrigan refuses to accept their shared fate and his supreme authority over her, it is all he can do to keep from acting like the barbarian she accuses him of being.
About the Series
The dragon-shifting princes have no problem with commitment. In one night, they will meet and choose their life mate in a simplistic ceremony involving the removing of masks and the crushing of crystals. With very few words spoken and the shortest, most bizarre courtship in history, they will bond to their women forever. And once bonded, these men don’t let go… Too bad nobody explained this to their brides.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Morrigan thought going undercover at Galaxy Brides as a prospective mate for the viking-like Barbarians would be an easy assignment. It is just a pity she didn't take the time to read all the information provided to her. She could have saved herself a lot of trouble and realised what she had got herself into much sooner. Ualan is just seeking his perfect mate he doesn't realise she doesn't know what she has let herself in for. Communication between these two would also have improved the situation but when you have two strong willed individuals butting heads logic seems to get lost. They do eventually figure it out.
All the dragon books
I found the first book about the four princes very good looking forward to the others