From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Thea Harrison comes the final novella featuring Pia and Dragos…
Pia's latest pregnancy has become a daily challenge, her relationship with Dragos strained with argument. That hasn't stopped them from achieving a compromise and traveling to Las Vegas to celebrate their friend Rune's wedding to his mate Carling.
From the moment they arrive, the trip goes awry. Death walks in Vegas, and Pia is kidnapped as an ancient enemy makes a move to destroy the Great Beast once and for all.
But the Great Beast has other plans.
On Planet Dragos everything goes the way he arranges it—unless someone decides to cross him, and God help them then, because he doesn't know how to back down, and he doesn't ever, ever let up….
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What a ride! We have seen through the series the meeting and development of Pia and Dragos relationship. I recommend the series, each a stand alone about different characters, with previous characters you will meet again. But Pia and Dragos are the main couple. This series is full of action, mystery, romance and hint of comedy thrown in. As the others I too wonder where Thea Harrison will take us next. I loved this book.
Thank you Thea Harrison for a wonderful book
A great addition to the Elder Races series
This novella is sadly the last one featuring Dragos and Pia’s POV. Frankly, with the conclusion of this story I saw an entire world of possibilities for Dragos, Pia and little Stinkpot. As an avid reader of Thea Harrison’s works, I would gladly welcome more books with Dragos and Pia’s POV.
The story itself is amazing. It answers questions about Dragos that surfaced for anyone that read, Oracle’s Moon. It also gave us a look at the evolution of Dragos into a man that values his mate and family, instead of just the beast that rules the Wry demesne. I believe that any fan of Thea Harrison or the Elder Races series will love Planet Dragos.
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Another great novella!
I have always loved reading about Pia and Dragos and this book was no different. I love how their story has progressed to have even more depth and I really enjoy reading about their children! A lot changes for them in this book and I'm curious to see what comes next- I've heard this is the last novella for Pia and Dragos which I'm a little bummed about but hopefully that means there will be another full length book coming because I feel like this novella left a lot of doors open for future stories!