He’s found his mate. But can he convince her that he’s her man?
Working for the Paranormal Protection Agency has never been boring, but shadow-dragon Duke didn’t expect to meet his mate in the line of duty. He certainly didn’t expect a warrior every inch his match, or for her to slap him across the ass with her tail and take off across the city.
With Baron on a very personal protection detail, Duke has to fly solo on the pair’s investigation into the warlock who nearly killed Baron’s mate. Just one problem, his mate is working with the warlock. So, dead or alive, he has to bring her in…
She found the one thing she didn’t want. Her mate. Now she needs to get rid of him before he ruins her mission…
Sleeping for centuries has it’s drawbacks, Chase knew that going in. What she didn’t expect was to wake with a Warlock’s spelled collar around her neck and to find her charge, the Queen’s daughter, in a cage. Vowing to free them both will take skill and strength and she doesn’t need the distraction of a hot as hell male dragon trying to make his claim on her. Even though her heart aches to complete their joining, she can’t. Not yet.
The mission, or her heart. Can she have both? Or will she need one to complete the other?
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I would love to read the whole series!
I really liked it!
The whole idea of a shifter-dragon is unusual, to me, in this genre. Dragons are refreshing to read about for that reason. Mina did a fantastic job incorporating the dragon itself as being a counterpart to their humans.
Chase is one of my favorite heroines. She is so independent, strong, confident, yet not in an obnoxious or overbearing way. I liked her backstory and truly felt for her and was very happy when the "fruits of her labor" were finally realized.
I fell in love with Duke mostly in the final scene. The final scene was really my favorite of the book. Don't get me wrong; this was a real page-turner! But it just seemed like everything came together in the final scene, and I loved reading it.
The ONLY reason I gave this book 4 out of 5 is the proofreading issues throughout.
I would be very interested in reading the previous books of the series. I'm sure the entire story as a whole would be very gripping!
***A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review***