Imre: Drago Knights MC (Mating Fever)

Imre: Drago Knights MC (Mating Fever)

by Saranna DeWylde
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Imre: Drago Knights MC (Mating Fever) by Saranna DeWylde

Drago Knights MC 3

Imre Tatsu is tasked with protecting stowaway little sister Aranka who wanted to see a werewolf. The nymph has more balls than sense, but he finds he likes that about her. Until he has to protect her from herself. When mating fever strikes, she’s game just to see what it’s like with a dragon. The little thrill-seeker doesn’t seem to understand that mating fever means forever and once he has her in his claws, he’s never letting go. 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152785661
Publisher: Corvus Corax LLC
Publication date: 04/08/2016
Series: Mating Fever
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 167,634
File size: 402 KB

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Imre: Drago Knights MC (Mating Fever) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KarmelRead2665 More than 1 year ago
Life is an Adventure Received this book for an honest review from the author. I just have to say the Draco Knight MC series is fabulous. Having enjoyed the first two stories I could not wait for Imre’s story and it did not disappoint. Imre knew that the brothers were stronger together than apart and he would always have their backs. When he looks at Aranka he thinks forever but he knows that is not what she wants. When she looks at him she thinks just for an adventure right now. Aranka knows her family is always trying to protect her but feels they don’t trust her judgment in important matters so this undermines her confidence. When these two are partnered up they are able to achieve goals that will allow them to have new adventures some that are dangerous. Enjoyed the care the author took with Imre’s story as it reads much richer in the characters Imre and Aranka which helped make the story a solid read. This book might have only been about 70 pages but it read like a full novel.