The Dragon's Dream

The Dragon's Dream

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by Lacey St. Sin
     
 

Stolen from her mansion in the middle of the night Tharissa Bax finds herself in a precarious position; she has become embroiled in a political rift between three races of the great forest. The Shifters, a race of men who become wolves, Dragon Lords, a race of men who become dragons, and humans, a race without any seeming advantages...her race. But her father has

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Stolen from her mansion in the middle of the night Tharissa Bax finds herself in a precarious position; she has become embroiled in a political rift between three races of the great forest. The Shifters, a race of men who become wolves, Dragon Lords, a race of men who become dragons, and humans, a race without any seeming advantages...her race. But her father has set out to change that, to pass a law that would void a thousand year old treaty that offers human women to the Dragon Lords in exchange for their city's protection.

Oddly, her kidnappers, Shifter rogues, don't seem against her father's law, they are intent on pushing it through. And she is rescued from them by the last men she would expect. The Dragon Lords. And one Dragon Lord in particular sparks her attraction and lust like nothing she has ever known. Could father's perceptions of the race be wrong? It seems it is time for her to reassess everything she thought she knew about the world outside of her pampered mansion. Should she take this opportunity to be more than what she has been raised to be? Can she find out who is behind the attempt on her life? Can she live with what she discovers?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940153698731
Publisher:
Lacey St. Sin
Publication date:
08/25/2016
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
6,050
File size:
247 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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The Dragon's Dream 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 20 days ago
Good short story. ***vrnb***