Love of the Dragon (Aloha Shifters – Jewels of the Heart #5)

Dragons, duty, destined mates, and a deadly rival…

“I didn’t ask what you were taught to love. I asked what you love.”

His eyes sparkled, and she gave herself a bonus point. Was she the first to take the trouble to understand the real him? He looked out over the vast Pacific.

“What do I love? Koa Point. The people as much as the place.” He lifted a hand and absently drew a curve in the air. “I love flying at night. Pushing against the trade winds, then gliding home.”

Home. The word had a yearning, wistful quality that made her wonder what need this luxury estate failed to fulfill.

Lowe, Anna. Love of the Dragon (Aloha Shifters: Jewels of the Heart Book 5) (p. 71). Twin Moon Press. Kindle Edition.

Silas Llewellyn, the last of a once-mighty dragon clan, doesn’t have time for anything but work and duty. He certainly doesn’t have time for love — not with a ruthless enemy plotting to destroy everything he holds dear. When a priceless diamond — one of the legendary Spirit Stones — surfaces in New York, Silas knows the jewel is nothing but trouble…just like the alluring woman who refuses to relinquish the gem.

Bartender Cassandra Nichols never asked to inherit a mysterious diamond, and she really never intended to come between two warring dragons. But with one near-miss escape after another, she has no choice but to choose sides. Before she knows it, she’s whisked by private jet to an oceanfront estate in Hawaii for her own “protection.” Is the enigmatic Mr. Llewellyn just another billionaire dragon who thinks he can claim anything he wants? Or is there more to the soulful stranger than meets the eye?

This has to be the best one yet. I loved the interactions between everyone. The battle between the dragons was terrific. More, we want more!

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Author: Reluctant Retiree

Living in FL and enjoying life.

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