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Publisher Description

"Provocative, enchanting, and gripping... Windy City Dragon grabs you from the start and doesn't let go until the last page. I loved every moment of it!"- USA Today Bestselling Author Gwen Knight


A dragon prince. A vampire heiress. A kiss that could bring Chicago to its knees.


For decades he’s posed as a human…

It’s been a long time since Tobias spread his wings. The exiled dragon prince has worked hard to blend into the human world and practice his love for healing as a pediatric cardiologist.


She awakens the dragon within…

As a vampire-human hybrid, Sabrina is used to being different from the rest of her community. But all vampires need to feed. The night she chooses Tobias as her next meal, everything changes. He’s far more than he seems, and if she doesn’t protect his secret, it could cost him his life.


Can love remind him of who he truly is?

One kiss thrusts Tobias into the dark underground world of Chicago’s vampires where his dragon nature is his only hope of protecting Sabrina. But Sabrina knows the only way to keep him safe is to push him away.


"This paranormal romance is positively sinful!"-InD'tale Magazine Crowned Heart Review

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2019
April 23
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
350
Pages
PUBLISHER
Carpe Luna Publishing
SELLER
Carpe Luna LTD
SIZE
4.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Lisaduhaime ,

Acceptance

Wow wow wow. This sequel is as powerful as the first. I couldn’t put it down. It’s exciting ,mysterious , funny,scary, creative, and loving.. a must to read!!!

Penny M68 ,

Fantastic!

Worth the read.

Gma&ggmaof5 ,

Pretty good book only...

This series is kind of different and not a bad read but still too many words wasted on sex bordering on porn. If I need to read sex or porn I’ll look that up. Again, why do women trash their stories but men write great books without the need for bedroom scenes - especially a chapter long. I wish they would highlight the cheap sex so it would be easier to bypass. Other than that the books are okay but not good enough to do a same/same story about all of the siblings. Already getting repetitive. Same story different sibling.

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