The Case Of The Dragon's Dilemma
Dragons, battles, a deal Sam may come to regret, and a Siren attack, leave Sam and Bob in danger, and Mikhail finding a mate. Bob and Sam take their kind-of-adopted-now vampire daughter, Mal to look round new schools.
Mikhail is left to babysit the last remaining rescued child whilst they are away. When Sirens appear to steal her away he is left facing the attack alone until a mysterious hero comes to his aid.
Ryujin, or Jin to his friends, is a dragon shifter and his role as Captain of the Dragon Guard puts him in direct conflict with Mikhail. The minute he sees Mikhail he knows what he wants. Now if he can only get Mikhail to see the same.
The Case Of The Sinful Santa
Zephariel, the Angel of Vengeance, Nick Klauson, nephew to Santa, Christmas magic, zombies in the school and a necromancer causing chaos…and at the centre of it all—Mal.
Zephariel is the Angel of Vengeance and is tracking down his cousin Danjal for misuse of brimstone. When he walks into a bar and finds Nick Klauson drowning his sorrows, he is instantly drawn to him. Could this be his fated mate?
When Nick and Zeph join forces to deal with zombies in Mal’s school, sparks fly. Add in a demon, a wolf and a necromancer, and Sam and Bob have a hunt on their hands.
About the Author
RJ Scott is the author of the best selling Male/Male romances The Christmas Throwaway, The Heart Of Texas and the Sanctuary Series of books. She writes romances between two strong men and always gives them the happy ever after they deserve.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Dragon's Dilemma: I don't think I've ever read a story with dragons or dragon shifters before but after reading this, I'd love to read more, who knew dragons could be so sexy and good? Once again, one case leads into another. I won't touch on the case itself but I will say that Sam the human-non human and Bob the vampire continue to grab hold of my heart and crack me up at the same time. You can't help but cheer them on in this crazy world that Sam has found himself thrust into. Sinful Santa: When a series like End Street happens, there is the potential for new characters with each entry but you don't expect them to all carry over from one to the next. I mean when a case concludes so should the clients, right? Well not in this series and neither does it get crowded, each character has his or her place in their world and in the continuing story. Who knew Santa's family could be so interesting? Well, you will after you've read Case of the Sinful Santa, which in itself is a bit of conundrum, Santa(or his family at least) taking part in anything that involves sin, what a devilish idea and RJ & Amber handle it interestingly.
We continue Sam and Bob's adventures in the new volume of the End Street Series. They are still trying to place all of the children that they rescued from the sirens, but there is one child that doesn't respond to them. Mikhail spends some time with her whilst Bob and Sam are looking at schools for Mal, only for the sirens to make a reappearance. He fights them and tries to protect the child from another being that has entered the bathroom. The other being ends up being Jin, who is actually there to protect Eliza who turns out to be a Dragon princess. In the second story, we meet Nick, who is half-human and half Christmas Elf. He doesn't think highly of himself due to the derogatory remarks that have constantly come his way from his family. He meets Zeph, an angel. In both of these stories, the fated mates bond snaps into place immediately for one, whilst the other takes at least a couple of minutes longer. Sam and Bob still have the same, amusing and hot relationship. With each book, the story gets deeper and the characters more intricate. Definitely recommended if you want a light, humorous, paranormal, M/M story! * I received this book from Signal Boost Promotions in return for a fair and honest review. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!