Dragons have taken up residence at Lowestoft, and Queen Victoria is not amused.
The queen is on the warpath, and to protect the mythical beasts from treasure hunters, Cara needs to find the foundation stone from the Great Wall of China. To add to her problems, there’s a strange box hidden deep under the Lowestoft estate that makes her skin crawl and steals the air from her lungs. Nate is trying to find a way to make it reveal its secrets, but Cara would rather drop it in the deepest, darkest part of the ocean.
Quite apart from appeasing the monarch and catching those who hunt her dragons, Cara faces a far more terrifying trial—impending motherhood. Childbirth always ends in tragedy for her maternal line, and even her bond with Nate might not be strong enough to battle Mother Nature.
When the author began this series, the writing was fine honed. It seems that either the author or the editors are getting lazy in their proof reading. However, the stories are enjoyable and generally fun to read, although the author can become repetitive at times. I hope the author will take more care as more stories are developed.