Title: Child of the Dragon
Author: Jeanne Guzman
Published Date: November 14th 2013
Genre: Romantic Urban Fantasy
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Nichole Reid has spent the last ten years caring for her younger brother on a remote island off the eastern coast of Australia. As a storm rattles the foundation of her home, her destiny lands in her front yard.
Baltizar of the Waarheid clan escapes to protect his sister from persecution. Through stormy seas, he sees the light, in more ways than one, landing, literally on the front doorstep of the one destined to be his. He also finds assistance and the potential for love where there’d been only hatred and mistrust.
With the unexpected arrival of the Waarheids, Nichole learns tolerance for the clan who almost destroyed her life, patience for those who’ve hunted her kind, and love for a dragon she’d never thought to encounter.
When their serenity is threatened, Baltizar puts into motion a plan that will not only save the lives of his mate and her brother, but insure his sister’s life is spared as well. A plan that could end in his ultimate death.
Hearts are mended, love takes wing, and the future begins because of the whims of a child. The Child of the Dragon.
I didn’t know what to expect when I started to read this book. I have to say I really enjoyed it. It’s a story about learning how to trust and how the power of love can help mend the mightiest of rifts between two worlds. Nichole meets the other half of her soul on a stormy night, when Baltizar literally lands in her front yard. She doesn’t trust him at first, but after he shows her and her brother kindness and sees his undeniable love for his sister, she starts planning for a bright future for them. Just when things look to be going good, outside forces trying to keep them apart threaten their happiness. With a dangerous plan in motion, will they all make it out in one piece and will they be able to have the life together they both so desperately want? I believe if you take a chance on this book and author you will be pleasantly surprised. I definitely recommended this one.
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