Dragon Heart by Susan Arden with my review and a giveaway

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Title: Dragon Heart (Rocky Mountain Shifters)

Author: Susan Arden

Genre: Paranormal Romance 18+

Publication Date: November 10, 2014

Publisher: Crimson Romance

Event Organized By: Literati Author Services, Inc.

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~ Synopsis ~

Leopardess Shay Barclay has a choice: go along with her family’s

political plan to marry her to a ruthless shifter older than her grandfather or claim

her life and her sexuality for her own. She wastes no time in choosing freedom, but

in her haste to establish her own boundaries, she just may have trusted her heart to

the wrong man – a dragon shifter who’s too dangerous to resist…

Former Navy SEAL Drake O’Connor personally guaranteed he’d

protect his buddy’s daughter to the death. But when his explosive chemistry with

Shay finally boils over and they end up in bed, her family’s political enemies are the

least of their problems. Because although Shay doesn’t know it, she’s crossed a line

with Drake that will alter their future for an eternity…(

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5 STARS

Definitely the best book from this author that I’ve read so far and she’s had quite a few 5 stars from me, if I could give more I would, the plot was awesome with him being a dragon shifter, a navy seal, and an alpha Oh My! She being a leopard shifter which meant they shouldn’t have been able to be together but they were so right for each other. She’s a bit spoiled at first but she comes around and learns to take care of herself and she needs to with bad guys after her. I loved it can’t wait to read the next one.

 

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“Do you have the slightest inkling of what you’re asking for … I’m an alpha

dragon, Shay.”

Even if her experience was nil, sex was sex. Sure Drake was frickin’ hot. Sex

with him was probably off the charts … but still sex. Wasn’t it?

She stammered, “We’re not mating. So you’re wrong about lasting out the full

moon. We can do it once. We’re hardly two shifters falling head over heart hard.

No one said anything about you claiming me as your mate. As long as you keep

your fangs clear of my neck, we’re kosher. Okay?”

He stared back at her like she’d just announced she had the power to walk

through walls. “Shannon, there are still irrefutable issues. This is a no-win situation

for both of us,” he whispered, closing his eyes as though that might sever the bond

between them.

“Why?” she demanded. “Because you served under my dad a million years

ago. So what? And now, who gives a rat’s ass if you work for my parents? I’m not

looking for forever, just once.”

He opened his eyes; fire and heat swirled in their depths. “Is that what you’re

telling yourself or trying to get me to believe? What would you have me do? You

don’t understand the gravity of us in bed. We’d be on the run. Penniless.”

“I get that this is going to torrentially rain on some plans. I don’t care about the

money. I’ve got my own destiny.”

“Kitten, with your Prada purses, designer lattes, and chauffeur driven Bentley,

how far do you think you’ll get without your daddy’s credit card? Ever made your

own bed, fixed your own meal … shot a gun?”

Her eyes widened. “Stuff. Details. I’m not afraid.”

“Your parents—hell, the justice councils on two continents would hunt us

down. Not to mention Shawn and Richard. Collectively your brother and father

will go ballistic.”

What Drake said had a sliver of truth, but eventually Mom and Dad would get

over her not marrying Dimitri. And the justice councils didn’t matter diddly-swat.

She and Drake weren’t breaking any laws. In six months, this would blow over

and la-de-da, everyone would forget about this idiot idea of using her as leverage

to join forces with the Mediterranean Council. Let them find another leopardess

to broker—someone who actually had political aspirations. She would be happy,

single, and have her accounting career. And Shawn, he’d understand. They were

close as siblings—felt each other’s life force.

No way she’d marry Dimitri. This was her life—her way. A one night fling

and voilà. That was her happy ever after, minus the lovey-dovey goo. Getting

hitched—in love or not—was so not her plan. Leave that to the other leopardess

shifters in her family.

“I’ll learn to take care of myself. You can teach me.”

“Big talk for a little girl who goes around with a security team. Sweetheart,

wake up and smell the Folgers.”

~ About the Author(s) ~

Time to come clean about Susan Arden. This is a team effort between a husband

and a wife. One was a teacher, now turned into writer, and just got into cover

and interior book design which is a whole other fascinating world. The other is a

business owner of a successful environment

remediation company.

Two heads are better than one when it comes to writing fiction. Susan Arden is just

one of the pen names of this pair. Romance, YA fiction, and soon suspense fiction.

Check out the Susan Arden team’s blog to keep up this sweet & spicy romance

world. Stay in touch.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Susan Arden
    Nov 10, 2014 @ 15:16:03

    Colleen, Thank you so much for featuring Dragon Heart today! You’re the best.

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