Part of the Dragon Bound series:
- Dragons of the Bay
Sophie, a normal human with normal problems, unknowingly makes the biggest decision of her life when she takes a night walk through the park. She stumbles upon a swirling mystery that pulls her into new troubles, and a new world. There she finds herself falling into one misadventure after another that leads her into the arms of a handsome dragon.
Euclid is a dragon of high blood, but has distanced himself from his family and birthplace. He returns to his home after a long absence only to find himself the unwilling owner of a newly arrived Maiden, a human woman from the other world. At first he seeks only to find her a place in her new world, but he soon learns that the only place he wants her to be is by his side.
Together they learn to live and love, but a dark mystery blocks out any future happiness for the pair. Shadows lurk in the narrow streets of the bay city and a threat comes from across the sea to do the bidding of a vengeful monster. Their newfound bonds must carry them through the darkness before the shadows sweep them away and into the arms of an ancient horror.
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy Romance
Sophie dove and stretched out her arm. The tips of her fingers wrapped around the spinning object. It was cold and hard, but she snatched it from the air before gravity forced her downward. She dropped onto her stomach and slid a few feet, coming to a stop with a grin on her face and her hand full of success.
A young woman and two men walked up to her. One of the men shook his head as he smiled down at his friend. “Did you really have to do all that? It was just a Frisbee.”
Sophie looked up at them and held up the Frisbee. “But I caught it.”
Her female friend rolled her eyes and helped Sophie up. Around the group of four friends was a large, green park. They stood in an open meadow near the river, but a short twenty yards away was the forest of trees that cast most of the rest of the park in shadows. A cobblestone path wound its way through the trees, diving under a few bridges in its path to the parking lot and the busy street beyond that. Other than the group, there were only a handful of other people around.
“Do you have to make everything into an adventure?” she asked her.
A sly smile slipped onto Sophie’s lips as she wagged her eyebrows at her friend. “I guess I can’t get enough like you can’t get enough of your double-mocha-latte-with-extra-sprinkles, Brittany.”
Brittany frowned. “I need it to survive.”
“What about me?” one of the guys spoke up, a husky man with a wide grin.
Brittany sighed. “Don’t be jealous of the coffee, Chad. You’re a close second.”