Meet the Beteferoce brothers: five dragon shifters, each with a strong elemental power. And each with a fierce desire to find his soul mate…
He said he was flying on a silver dragon. He called me “Markus-meine.” Who would know all that? Who? And how?
SWAT cop and dragon shifter Mark Beteferoce had—and lost—a soul mate. He’s finally at the point where he can get through the days without thinking about what used to be…until he tastes Quincy O’Brien’s doughnuts and takes him home to play.
Quincy O’Brien is a gifted baker, but at night he dreams of soaring through the sky on dragonback and being topped by the perfect Dom. Mark satisfies the kinky urges Quincy has only explored in his subconscious, pushing his limits and caring for him afterward.
From the start, their connection was more than sexual. It’s known; it’s familiar somehow. And it’s slowly driving Mark insane. What shouldn’t be possible most certainly is, and the bond between himself and Quincy runs deeper than either of them could ever have realized.
This book is approximately 72,000 words
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Michael's hot and heavy fourth Dragon Soul erotic romance (after Bound by Thorns), set in a sparsely rendered Halifax, N.S., intersperses lengthy sex scenes with smatterings of plot. Mark Beteferoce, a SWAT cop who's secretly a dragon shape-shifter, discovers that baker Quincy O'Brien may be the reincarnation of his long-lost soul mate. An instant attraction leads the two men into bed, where they discover just how compatible they are. Numerous, increasingly kinky sexual encounters barely take the edge off their insatiable mutual lust. Quincy takes it rather well when Mark bluntly informs him, "I'm that dragon and you're my soul mate," but the true test comes when it's time for Quincy to meet Mark's family. Sadly, despite an entertaining premise, the story never develops beyond what Mark pithily describes as "the drive for sex, sustenance, and sleep." The erotic scenes are intense and well-described, but they don't make up for a lack of external conflict or character development, and Mark spends almost no time actually being a cop. The story is vastly overshadowed by sex, to the detriment of everything else.