Snowbound at Solstice: A Christmas Novella (Mannix Dragon Shifters, #2)

Snowbound at Solstice: A Christmas Novella (Mannix Dragon Shifters, #2)

by Lori Whyte

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Overview

Her Second Chance with Two Dragons

Holly rejected Ryder and Garryck's invitation to join with them years ago and has regretted that decision ever since. Then one snowy winter solstice, their lives become tangled again when the sexy dragons discover someone has been threatening her. As the menacing threats escalate and they vow to protect her, her desire for them burns hotter than ever but will they still want her?

Will they be able to save her in time to enjoy their happily ever after?

Beware: This is a sexy Christmas short story set in the Mannix Dragon Shifters world with a happy ending and explicit scenes of MFM ménage between a woman and her two hot dragons.

Note: This story was originally published in the Sugar, Spice and Shifters Box Set.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152706529
Publisher: Lori Whyte
Publication date: 12/08/2015
Series: Mannix Dragon Shifters , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 261,416
File size: 381 KB

About the Author


Lori Whyte lives with her husband and two cats in Alberta, Canada. She writes contemporary romance and paranormal romance – usually spicy, sizzling, steamy, sexy... Well, you get the idea. From werewolves to dragon shifters to hot guys next door, her heroes are always strong and protective, just the way she likes them. 

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Snowbound at Solstice: A Christmas Novella (Mannix Dragon Shifters, #2) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This novella is well worth the $1.99 even for 56 pages. I knew ahead because it clearly was stated within the novellas bio. Characters from book one are not in this novella but the location, history and general knowledge are expectant that book one was read beforehand. Not reading prior will leave the reader pretty well clueless about what is going on. Enjoy.