Nikki Gray has reason to hate the dragon hunters - they brutally murdered one of her friends a year ago. Not only that, they have caused havoc on several of the British dragon clans, injuring countless individuals. Determined to defeat the hunters by kidnaping their leader, Simon Bourne, she teams up with a human male in the British Special Forces. After six months of work, they're finally ready to carry out their mission and capture Bourne. However, one kiss derails their plans and changes their lives forever.
At the request of his sister, Rafe Hartley agrees to work with the dragon-shifters. After all, the dragon hunters are a pain in his arse and the fewer of them, the better. The woman assigned as his Stonefire liaison, however, is the same one he hurt four years ago in Afghanistan. Pushing aside their past, they learn to work together. Yet with each passing encounter, he is drawn to the lively, stubborn woman. He finally gives in to his attraction and kisses the dragonwoman. What follows turns his life upside down.
Rafe and Nikki must now decide what to do with their futures. Can they still work together and find a way to capture Simon Bourne? Or, will their fated kiss result in a divide that can't be healed?
©2016 Jessie Donovan (P)2016 Mythical Lake Press, LLC
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"The Title is Perfect."
I have listened to several of Jessie Donovan's Dragon stories after having read the book some time before listening. Once again, I loved it. Matthew Lloyd Davies is excellent with all the voices, including the dragon, who in this book is a female.
I think her dragon, and especially if I can include Nickki since they are in the same body.
As always Ms. Donovan has gifted us with another can't-put-down-audio When I read the blurb I couldn't figure out how one lousy (or in this case hot as heck) kiss could change lives. Now I know. And ain't it grand? These two unlikely lovers are unique, stubborn, loyal and strong emotionally as well as physically. Both soldiers, I love the times Ms. takes Mr. down. It is so different with having the female dragon and the male human--what a wonderful story. They are so strong with heartbreaking histories getting to know each other has blockades that must be broken down. Watching the male dragons around Nikki try to stare down Rafe is both funny and rewarding to see him stand his ground.
The dangers to their love are legal and physical as well as emotional. The dragon Hunters brought them together, will they tear them apart or worse take their lives? The mate claim is strong, however, there is little time to recover with the missions pressing. How will they deal with the results? Their love story is touching and scary. Not only does Rafe have to win his lady love--she has a clan of dragons—the legal system against him. Is he up to the task? If he can win over Nikki's dragon he'll have a strong ally. And once again the dragon's internal conversations with her human is sometimes funny, sometimes profound and just good sense—when she isn't trying to get more sex. Yes, female dragons are just as sex-minded as the males.
Another opportunity to revisit some of our favorite old friends and make new ones. This is a not to miss audio as are all of Jessie Donovan books and audios. Enjoy this strong recommend.
Loved this book. It was nice to get to know Rafe, he and Nikki were a good match. I like how things are progressing for the Dragon Shifters and the further hints towards future couples! Can't wait for the next book!
"Love this series"
I didn't read the print version so I can't compare.
I think he's ok. I would have loved the series even more than I do now if it featured a female narrator for the female speaking roles.
This is a stupid question
I enjoyed this installment just as much as the rest. It's always a fantastic listen. I hate that I have to wait so long for the next one but the great thing about this series and all the spin off is there will always be a new character to write about so I will have many more books to look forward to. Just please add a female narrator for all the female parts. The male and female can work in tandem.
"Another great book by Jessie Donovan"
Jessie's book have all the emotions and keep you interested to the end. I recommend it to everyone especially if they have a vivid imagination.
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