Reviewed by: Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
The apocalyse is gone and dragons finally can fly free without worrying about being discovered. Crag is a dragon shifter whose brother Ari has found his mate, Hope. Their story was in book one and although I didn’t read book one it had no affect on my enjoying this one. Crag has come to realize that Hope’s sister Faith is his mate and he is determined to find her. Faith saw Hope being taken by a dragon and she has set out to find her.
It doesn’t take long for Crag to find Faith, she walks and he flies and when he first sees her it is in his dragon form. When she begins to run taking with her his satchel he turns into his human half yelling at her that she is stealing his clothes. Minutes that is how long it too for her to touch him in his naked form, a minute for them to do every kind of sexual position possible and a minute for her to feel a strong connection with him.
In spite of the sex and her feelings of security when with him she leaves him asleep, sated both with sex and food so he didn’t hear her go. Again he found her and realized that he had to show her what he truly was and that her sister is safe with her mate. Crag also explains that he would like to change her, making her a dragon like him. She had no problem agreeing to being a dragon she just didn’t realize what the mating ritual entailed, sex with as many dragons as were available and one of them turned out to be a stranger.
As a newly turned dragon it is imperative that she is fed and she consumes enough food to feed a bunch of dragons but she has no intention of sharing. There is explicit two and well more than three way sex and the stranger, a young ice dragon Blanc who helped with the mating ritual is keeping a secret, a secret that could be a danger to Crag and his family.