Quinn Langley knew her mother didn't have long to live. Soon it would just be her and her little sister, Carmine. Nearly recuperated from her own injuries, Quinn knew the first order of business would be to find a job and get out of Danburn and Kendrick's hair.
Danburn had invited his friends to his home to spend the holidays, and that included his good friend, Hanson McClain. Hanson's parents had run off and left the estate in a shamble and near financial ruin. It had taken Hanson months to repair the damage, and he was ready for a break.
Quinn had no idea that her cousin, Kendrick, was mated to a dragon, and that she and her sister were the only humans in the house. And now, the handsome stranger, Hanson, also a dragon, had claimed that she was his mate. It was time to leave. The ever practical, Quinn didn't want solutions just handed to her on a silver platter. She'd make it on her own. But in life things don't always go as planned. Like it or not, Hanson's parents were a problem she'd be forced to deal with, and she discovered her sister, Carmine, had abilities Quinn didn't quite understand.
Thrust head first into a world of immortals, Quinn found she had a whole new set of problems. Now, the first order of business would be to protect her little sister and hopefully not die in the process.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This story for me is probably only 3.75 stars. While Hanson and Quinn's story is good, it's not memorable for me. Quinn is in the care of Danburn and Kendrick because she's been shot, has an ill mother, and nobody to help with her younger sister while they all recuperate. Hanson lives with a family who believes they are above dragon law and can do what they wish whenever it benefits them. They never wanted kids and made it known to both Hanson and his sister every day of their lives. Like I mentioned, it's a good story, and I'm glad that after everything these two went through, they were able to find each other and make each other happy. But there was just nothing memorable about it, and I found myself slugging towards the end just to finish.
This is about Hanson and Quinn and family. While Quinn was trying to figure where her and her sister where to go in walks Hanson. Now we wait and see what happens we the two meet and the family gets involved.
I'm thinking something big is going to happen in this series as it seams that Danburn is collecting some pretty powerful players in his household. Hanson is an interesting character, he seems so laid back compared to the rest of the friends. However his parents fall right in line for being a waste of air. Quinn is an interesting human, she seems like she is coward but she has a strong backbone when threatened. Then there is Carmine, she is the twist you are not sure of but you really want to stay on her good side. Deceit and betrayal are heavy in the storyline making your heart hurt for several of the characters. As always there is humor that makes you laugh out loud and shake your head. I thought it was well written, easy to follow and the characters are always awesome. The storyline flows easily keeping your attention and the twist leave you wondering what this sneaky author has in store for us next. I volunteered to read this story for my honest opinion