For centuries, there have been legends of Vampires—the fault of one careless Dragon. But humans only know part of the story. Walking amongst us are Dragons—Shape-shifters who feed on blood.
Jonah has hunted Athena for months. Waiting. Planning. Dreaming. Now finally—finally—it's time to claim her. No more running. No more waiting. She's his.
But Athena isn't having any of this "I'm a Dragon and your life's in danger" business. She plans to fight him every step of the way. Dragons are mythical creatures, and she certainly isn't mating one of those flying, scaly, blood-sucking creatures.
Okay, so Jonah's not scaly most of the time, and he's super-hot, but that doesn't mean she wants to spend eternity with him. Trouble is: she can't stop wanting him.
Neither Jonah the Dragon nor her burning desire for him are mythical. Apparently, the same is true of the age-old battle with the Dragon enemies. And if he doesn't make her see reason quickly, they both might perish.