"The mix of hard-headed realism and fantasy in this novel is enchanting..." —ELOISA JAMES for Barnes and Noble Reviews for Legend of the Highland Dragon
He swore to protect Scotland to his last breath
But when terror rules the seas, he’ll have to make a choice:
Give everything he has for independence, or trust in the dragon who rules his heart.
The war for Scottish independence rages on, but it’s only a matter of time before England is victorious. Exhausted and battle-weary, Highland dragon Erik MacAlasdair will face unknown seas to seek the Templar stronghold and claim a power so great it could free his beloved homeland forever.
If only that kind of power didn’t come with such a terrible price.
Daughter of a mortal woman and an ancient dragon, Toinette has never forgotten the proud Scot who once stole her young heart—she’ll gladly fight at his side. But when dark forces leave them stranded on a cursed island, it will take everything they have to defy their fate…and trust the passion that burns within the heart of every dragon.
Dawn of the Highland Dragon Series:
Highland Dragon Warrior (Book 1)
Highland Dragon Rebel (Book 2)
Highland Dragon Master (Book 3)
What People Are Saying About Isabel Cooper:
“Something magical happens when elements of romance and fantasy combine. Cooper’s delicious Highland Dragon Rebel has it all, including a strong heroine, intriguing hero, heated sensuality and thrilling action/adventure.” —RT Book Reviews for Highland Dragon Rebel
“Will keep you turning pages until you reach the very end.” —Book Riot for Highland Dragon Master
“Smartly written, fast-paced, and brimming over with magic and surprises, this is exactly what readers crave.” —RT Book Reviews 4 _ Stars, TOP PICK! for Night of the Highland Dragon
Cooper fails to deliver on the excitement of her premise in the third Dawn of the Highland Dragon medieval paranormal adventure romance (after Highland Dragon Rebel). Dragon warrior Erik MacAlasdair sets sail on the Hawk for an uncharted island to locate a mythical Templar magic that might even the odds in Scotland's losing fight for independence. Toinette, a half-dragon who came of age in the care of his extended family, captains the Hawk, which nearly capsizes in a storm that forces the shape-shifters to reveal their identities before they tow the ship to a nearby island. Coincidentally, it is the very island Eric seeks, but evil magic hampers reconnaissance efforts and repairs to the ship. Meanwhile, old feelings between Toinette and Erik flare back to life in scenes that are sexy but not especially romantic. Cooper illustrates paranormal elements well, but the island's menaces don't generate much excitement. She does take good advantage of her medieval setting and the Templars' demise, but only series fans will get much out of the story.