Researcher Angelica Hernandez finds a disturbing shift in the dormant Aguilera Volcano. She desperately requires additional resources and money to investigate the highly unusual phenomenon, and the only person willing to help is the arrogant businessman who interrupted her class.
Dragon shifter Ti Anda discovers Ange's tantalizing scent during an informal visit to the university. He offers to sponsor Ange's research mission, and even volunteers to help with her fieldwork. Ti's reasons are personal—his dragon has claimed the woman and the volcano as his own.
When saboteurs threaten Ange and her project, Ti's protective instincts reveal a truth that Ange is unwilling to believe. Ti will have to convince her that his unique ability to shapeshift doesn't change anything between them—or risk losing the woman who belongs in his life.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is book 2 in this series and can absolutely be read as a stand alone. I did not read the first one and understood everything that was going on in it. This one is about dragon shifter Ti Anda and volcano researcher Angelica Hernandez. Ti comes across Ange's scent after an impromptu visit to the local university. After following her scent to a classroom, he barges in to "listen" to what is being said about the research they are conducting. And offers to help fund it in order to spend more time with her. Ange doesn't like how arrogant he is but there is a pull between them she definitely isn't expecting. And once they are out in the field, neither was expecting to find exactly what they did find. I really liked this story. I was slightly iffy since I hadn't read the first one but it sounded good, so I thought, why not? I am glad I did! It definitely kept my attention and I liked the characters together. Ti came across as a jerk at the beginning and I think with his relationship with Ange, he grew as a person by the end. Ange is a strong person, even after finding out about shifters the way she does. The fact that she moves beyond fear and understands the relationship she has the opportunity for is great. I even liked the side characters. After reading this I went to find the first book and now I can't wait for the next brother's book!