New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Donna Grant returns for a Dragon King holiday novella.
The holiday season is Rhi’s favorite time of year, which means Con loves it, too. Except they’re on Zora, where there are no traditions—and beginning one could be hazardous. Finding the lost dragons should’ve given everyone peace. Instead, they’re facing powerful enemies at every turn. Despite the danger, the King of Dragon Kings knows his mate longs to have their space dripping with holiday decorations and gifts piled under the tree, and he’s going to do his best to give it to her and make sure they have time to celebrate the season and their love.
And perhaps a surprise or two.
My New Favorite Christmas Story
Are you searching for that holiday spirit? Look no further than Dragon Frost. Thanks to the story, I was reminded of the importance of time together. I was reminded that it isn't the gift but the thought that goes into the gift that matters the most. Con's surprise to Rhi shows just how much he gets her. How much he loves her. We should all be so lucky.
Con and Rhi are still on Zora and Christmas is coming. What is Rhi to do when she isn't on Earth? In her own home? The dragons animosity is high enough without her going decorating for Christmas, something they don't celebrate.
Con can see that Rhi needs something. Con knows he needs something as well. They need time to themselves. To just be. Their time together is a brilliant creation by the author. Con's surprise to Rhi is not one I will soon forget. The sharing, the connection, the desire brought joy to my heart.