Dragons [NOOK Book]

Overview

Mallory is fascinated by three life-size stone dragon statues. Then one night they come to life and she learns they're shape-shifters. One of the museum's directors, Teivel, plans to use the shape-shifting dragons as art thieves by placing them in exhibitions in other museums, and Mallory, Angus, William, and Mark now have to find out which statues are shape-shifters and how they can prevent Teivel from implementing his plan. That makes their days very busy, but the nights are for their own pleasure. Can they ...

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Overview

Mallory is fascinated by three life-size stone dragon statues. Then one night they come to life and she learns they're shape-shifters. One of the museum's directors, Teivel, plans to use the shape-shifting dragons as art thieves by placing them in exhibitions in other museums, and Mallory, Angus, William, and Mark now have to find out which statues are shape-shifters and how they can prevent Teivel from implementing his plan. That makes their days very busy, but the nights are for their own pleasure. Can they outwit Teivel? What will happen if Mallory loses her job or the statues have to leave their home in the museum? And can a relationship built on a crisis and unbridled lust develop into lasting love and enduring passion? ** A Siren Erotic Romance

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781619262904
  • Publisher: Siren-BookStrand
  • Publication date: 3/13/2012
  • Series: Dragon Lovers 1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 452,914
  • File size: 250 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2013

    nice start

    After reading the description for this book I was thinking this was different but could be pretty fun to read. I liked the characters and the storyline....but that is where it ends. The story was rushed. The steamy parts came WAY to soon. Just as the story started getting a little more depth to it BOOM the end. It felt as if the author had a page number in mind and no matter what the story was going to end there. I want this book to be rewritten. I would love to see the characters developed a bit more and to see deeper into the background of the dragons. I feel like there was a huge chunk missing from the story I read.

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  • Posted July 14, 2012

    I love ménage stories, and I love the paranormal. Put th

    I love ménage stories, and I love the paranormal. Put the two together and I’m a happy reader! While I once read a story about stone gargoyles that come alive at night making it similar to this one, this still very much counts as my first dragon shifter story. I look forward to more! The conflict seems a tad on the thin side, which was a little disappointing, but it’s not enough to keep you from turning the pages.

    Now for the best part. I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: Holy scorch marks Batman! The sex scenes are smokin’ hot. The romance is sizzling with an open minded and very willing female and three virile men. They’re strong and protective over her, and have a soft side for being such big bad dragon shifters. I mean, who doesn’t love a man, let alone at least two, that can cook?!

    What I found really neat is the Celtic background thrown in. I love pretty much anything Irish, so I geeked out a little bit at that. From the names, to the lore, there are some strong references in there, and I look forward to reading the conclusion to the story, Dragons Redeemed!

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