Four dragons, one fate.
One soul shattered, four entwined.
Ariana believed she'd been lucky to find love once. No other man could compare to her mate, and his memory lived strong even after his tragic death.
Whitesong Security became her way of continuing his legacy, fighting for good causes.
Silent battles rage amongst the shifter elite over artifacts from the war that claimed Ariana's mate. As more elite shifters make demands for Whitesong's expertise, Ariana is forced to take a partner.
Ariana has three equally skilled applicants to choose from, but each one calls to her dragon and stirs emotions long forgotten.
It's only a matter of time before they win her heart.
Dragon Shattered is the first book in a reverse harem trilogy featuring one strong female dragon shifter and the three hot-as-sin male dragon shifters who win a place in her company...and in her bed.
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A SMOKING HOT, gripping ride that shows no signs of slowin' down! I LOVE THIS STORY. This is one of the few books I've read, knowing it's part of a trilogy. I usually avoid them, but I just knew a book written by this awesome duo would be worth hanging on for! And I was RIGHT!!! The story begins with an incredibly heart-tugging event that had me wondering how the story would play out. I was given a big hint at the beginning, and once I caught on to where this arrangement was heading, I couldn't wait to see how it developed! Each of the shifter suitors is totally different from the other, which pretty much guarantees that each winner can easily pick a favorite! They all bring different elements to the relationship, both platonic and otherwise, and balance each other out perfectly. I also enjoyed the underlying mystery that slowly played out, and I'm VERY eager to see where that trail leads as the books go on! Get ready, kids. This is a SMOKING HOT, gripping ride that shows no signs of slowin' down! (I received this book in consideration of my honest thoughts)
SPOILERS! I had a lot of difficulty getting into this book, sad to say. The premise was interesting, and the author has some seriously fantastic descriptive skills. When she was setting the scene, I could see it in my mind’s eye so vividly. There are some books where they can come off as too descriptive, but it was really well done in this book. My issue with the book comes from the relationship build between the characters, or to be more specific between Ariana and the men. You actually see a lot of interaction from the males POV and how they interact and develop their connections, but I felt that was lacking when it came to Ariana. For example, near the beginning the interactions between Ariana and Taylor are stilted as she tries to avoid her feels. But then out of no where a few pages later she’s running her hands over him, as seen from one of the other males perspective. It seemed as if there was a scene missing where the reader actually gets to see Ariana get more at ease with how she feels around Taylor. That’s just one example. There was no build in the relationship. For me, that’s the most intriguing part and it’s the part where I typically start to feel for the characters but that didn’t happen for me with this book. It all just felt dry and stiff to me, and honestly I had difficulty finishing the book because I completely lost interest. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.