Love must rise in a desert of adversity...
Maia isn't your run-of-the-mill lass.
A professional dancer with the Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas, her vision is becoming the most skilled dancer of the troupe. Life might have been easier if she just jumped on the pole, becoming the lascivious focus of randy men, and certainly more lucrative in the short term, but that life wasn't for her.
When she needs to clear her mind, she collects desert glass in the Mojave Desert. But the desert doesn't always give you what you want. Sometimes it gives you what you need.
A Red Dragon.
Maia had no idea her strange hobby will bring her face-to-face with a freakishly handsome dragon shifter, an encounter that will turn her world on its head.
From the moment she met Ignacio, she knew she was down for the ride. She'd never met anyone with such fiery passion, mystery, and she couldn't get enough. Who knew that passion would open the floodgates of love, but may also bring about their downfall?
Mad About The Dragon is the first novel in the Dragon In My Heart series, which is a paranormal romance novella. If you're a fan of thrillers, exciting storylines and steamy love scenes, then get your hands on this exhilarating story by Selene Griffin!
For maximum enjoyment, read the series in order:
THE DRAGON IN BETWEEN (#0)
MAD ABOUT THE DRAGON (#1)
MISTAKENLY MARRIED THE DRAGON (#2)
THE FORBIDDEN DRAGON BABY (#3)
Buy Mad About The Dragon to find out if they managed to find their way out of the darkness surrounding them!
When I first started reading this book, I thought it was a little slow however, it didn’t take long and I was engrossed and couldn’t put the book down. If you love dragons, romance and suspense with a happy ending then this book is for you. It is the first book in a box set of 4 books. Each book is a stand alone but all are great reads and each book has its own story however they are all connected and and I loved them!!
I tried to read this, but you get so bogged down in descriptions on EVERYTHING I just stopped reading.
For example, you don’t need two pages to describe desert glass, you don’t have to go in depth how a 1980’s trailer looked...everyone can imagine if you’d simply said “dilapidated”
I think this may be the first book I couldn’t read through to the end. That’s saying something since it was a short book. It didn’t hold my interest at all.