Keifer Vassago, The Prince of Dragons, has enough on his plate without adding a brunette with a bad attitude to the mix. Fate has a way of screwing all his plans, though, whether he wants them screwed or not. One second he’s fetching his brother from yet another situation that could possibly compromise the Vassago name, and the next that brunette is grabbing his assets.
Blythe isn’t after anyone’s assets, though. She’s a good girl. All she wants is to graduate from nursing school, get a job, and move out of her hell hole apartment. What she does not have time to deal with is a sexy bearded man that accuses her of grabbing his junk. She tries to forget about the encounter, but fate’s a cruel bitch.
One second she’s a normal college student barely living paycheck to paycheck, and the next she’s setting her panties on fire with powers from an ancient immortal dragon.
To add insult to injury, she’s hearing voices, and none of them are figments of her imagination.
Blythe’s life is turned upside down, and Keifer forces her to adapt even though she doesn’t want to. She likes her life just the way it is. Not to mention she wants nothing to do with that arrogant asshole. She doesn’t care that he rides a dragon. She also could care less about his stupid beard, and his sexy eyes.
Yeah, who was she kidding? She wasn’t convincing anybody.
“I’m a mess,” I muttered to myself.
Skylar snorted. “Welcome to our show. We’re clan fucked up. Keifer’s our leader.”
I laughed out loud.
“Awesome,” I muttered.
I’ve always been a fan of LLV. I’ve been reading several of her series for years, and no matter what the story, she always pulls me in. When I saw this series coming out, I just … wasn’t sure. I knew her for MC stories, military men, firemen, police officers, and the like — what the heck was she doing writing about dragons? I’m going to be honest here and say I wasn’t confident, so I just put off reading the series. I couldn’t have anything bad to say about something I didn’t read, right?
Coming off her newest release Get You Some, I was now in the mood for more of her writing, but I’ve read almost everything available … except this series. So, I gave it a shot. Y’all, it was fab! Now, I am a HUGE fan of paranormal — werewolves, vampires, dragons, shape shifters, and anything of that sort. I mean, I own all the seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer … The concept behind this story was definitely more complex than I expected.
Somehow, she managed to combine her badass MC type men with royalty that rule over/with dragons. Not to mention the world she created with these people was phenomenal. I loved how they are not only connected to each other, but connected to the dragons.
This is definitely one of my favorite paranormals of its type to date and now I’m on the hunt for similar series. Hit me up if you know any!