Synopses & Reviews
A knight most unexpected A Dragon Knights book. Fifteen years ago, Drake left everything behind for a life in the shadows. While it broke his heart to leave his grieving dragon behind, serving Draconia as head of a network of spies suited him better. Far better than never quite measuring up to Mace, the perfect knight his father wished he could have been. Mace has always done his duty, and done it well. Drake, his childhood friend and rival, was the charmer who effortlessly stole every woman who caught Mace 's eye. Some things never change not one day back in town, and Drake 's already putting the moves on Krysta, the woman Mace has been courting. And now the three of them have taken on the dangerous task of rescuing a kidnapped prince. With each day that passes on their perilous journey, Krysta sinks deeper into the complicated relationship between the two men and their meddling, matchmaking dragons. Mace is clearly the safer choice for a mate; yet Drake tantalizes her with that unpredictable gleam in his eye. When the three of them come together, any sense of torn loyalty burns away in nights of fiery passion. The safety of the stolen prince hanging in the balance, Krysta accepts the challenge to unite two strong men and their dragons into a real family. If the fire within doesn t burn them all to cinders first. Warning, this title contains explicit sex, graphic language, m nage a trois, and hot dragon mating flights.
Drake returns home after fifteen years to face his estranged family and the dragon he left behind, but finds more than he bargains for when a young prince is kidnapped. It's up to Drake, his childhood friend and rival, Mace, a warrior woman named Krysta, and two young dragons to track the prince and get him back. They encounter strange creatures, mystifying magic, and fierce battles along the way, but each test only draws them closer to the undeniable bond of love forming between them. Can Drake, Mace and Krysta forge a future together while they rescue the stolen prince?
Clear off, man. This is your last warning. Drake used his trained voice to advantage, projecting to the drunk who'd seemed to give up the fight suddenly. The man's jaw went slack and his eyes grew round with fear as he stumbled away. Drake smiled in satisfaction as the drunk let the Guardswoman be. He felt smug as the woman turned to him, a trace of annoyed respect on her face. Then her eyes widened as she stepped forward. Drake didn't quite understand why he apparently looked particularly fearsome tonight, but he wasn't asking questions. Whatever it was about him had scared off one ruffian and had the little Guardswoman looking at him with new respect as she moved closer. Moving closer was good. It was, in fact, much better than having her move away. He wanted to get much closer to her before the night was through. She stopped a few yards from him and raised her gaze upwards as Drake's stomach sank. What a fool he'd been! "Friend of yours?" Her eyes lit with humor as she stared at a spot well above his head. Drake followed the woman's gaze upward though he could very well guess what he'd find waiting over his shoulderor rather who. "Jenet." He tried to inject sternness into the thoughts he projected to the dragon, but it was no use. "I thought we agreed I could handle this night's work on my own." "You said that nonsense, but I never agreed."