Moira is on the run—her apartment has been trashed, her bank account hacked, and someone is stalking her. Only one man is dangerous enough to keep her safe … that is, if she can convince him to help her. Neil Deven used to be her father’s best friend until betrayal turned him violent. Neil disappeared, and finding him might be the biggest mistake of her life, but Moira won’t survive alone.
Neil remembers Moira as a sweet little girl caught in the middle of her father’s criminal life. The gorgeous woman who shows up at his door is anything but a child, but he’s already got problems. Dragon shifters are a dying race with no way to change form, yet Neil’s powers keep growing. And Moira stirs long lost instincts—he can’t deny her need. He must protect the woman who will be his mate, or die trying.
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Her Dangerous Mistake is a standalone steamy romance that just happens to involve DRAGONS!!! Moira hasn't had it easy, but she never expected to be chased and shot at, just for looking at a spreadsheet. Moira is all alone in the world, but she remembers a friend her father had and decides to head for him as her last hope. Neil is happy running his bar, Dracona, and ignoring his parents and the Dragon Council in general. The Dragon gene seems to be diminishing as the generations move on, but Neil doesn't seem to have any dilution of powers. When these two meet up, it is explosive and hot - quite literally. This book is a fast-paced page turner, full of romance and shadowy intentions. Moira is a strong character, although she doesn't think she is. Neil is used to fighting his parents and the council by himself. Put these two together and you get an intriguing story that will definitely leave you wanting more. I loved this book and hope that there is more to come. Well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow, this was a wonderful book and I have no hesitation in recommending it. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!